Intersession Programs at Johns Hopkins

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The Intersession Program at Homewood has been in existence for over forty years. Academic departments representing the Krieger School of Arts and Sciences and the Whiting School of Engineering sponsor a diversity of courses that are topical, engaging and not typically offered during the academic year. Students take one or two courses that are graded pass/fail. Tuition is FREE for current degree-seeking undergraduates who registered full-time for the Fall 2016 semester!

B'More: A Common Freshman Experience   Leading Social Change
Student working with community children   Students having a discussion while sitting at a table

January 23 - January 27, 2017

B'More is an academic and personal enrichment experience offered exclusively for members of the freshman class during the last week of Intersession.



January 9 - January 27, 2017

Learn the principles, values and skills necessary to lead and succeed in organizations that make a positive difference in today's world.


Career Development   Personal Enrichment   Study Abroad   Research or Independent Study

Application Deadline:
Application Deadline: Noon October 30, 2016 for the Financial Literacy trip and November 13 for all other trips.

The Career Center offers credit-bearing courses that offer career networking and informational trips to New York City.



January 9 - January 27, 2017

Student Leadership and Involvement offers a program of non-credit informal courses for Johns Hopkins students, staff, faculty, and their families.



Applications Available Online

A number of academic departments sponsor study abroad programs that directly support academic .



Independent academic work encompasses independent study, research, and academic internships. Up to three credits may be earned for independent academic work during Intersession. Registration Forms are available for pick up at the Registrar's Office.


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Housing & Meals
On-campus housing students may return to campus no earlier than noon on Sunday, January 4th. Students who purchased a dining plan for the academic year have access to dining hall meals beginning with breakfast on Monday, January 5th.

Contact Us

Summer & Intersession Programs

3505 N. Charles Street
Suite 101
Baltimore, MD 21218


410-516-4548 (Telephone)
410-516-5585 (Fax)