Summer Housing Options for
Full Time JHU Students
Welcome! The Housing Office at Johns Hopkins University Homewood Campus offers summer housing to JHU undergraduate, graduate, and visiting students over the age of 18, who are registered for summer classes at the Homewood campus or conducting internships/research on the Homewood campus. We are not able to accommodate students or visiting students enrolled in classes or research/internships at locations other than Homewood. Summer housing is available on a first come first serve basis. Summer housing is available starting on Sunday, May 22 – Saturday, July 30, 2016. No exceptions will be made for early arrival or extended housing past these dates.
In order to live in university summer housing, students must be registered for classes which will be verified prior to being given a housing contract or assignment. Any students conducting research/internships at the Homewood campus must provide the department name and contact person for the area of study. This will need to be verified and approved prior to being given a housing contract or assignment.
If you will be an incoming freshman for fall 2016 and need summer housing for 2016, please contact Summer Programs directly at 410-516-4548.
Housing Rates 2016
Residence Hall Accommodations
Rates per person
Charles Commons Single
$275 per week
**The week runs from Sunday check in to Saturday checkout. There is no proration on the weekly housing rates if arriving early or late.
Summer Session I Classes
Monday, May 23rd - Friday, June 24th
Summer Session II Classes
|Monday, June 27th - Friday, July 29th|
Charles Commons consists of two and four-person suites with single bedrooms. There are a limited number of two-person suites as most are four-person suites on every floor. To view amenities and more information on check in, checkout, mail, etc. please view the housing brochure. There are no double rooms available in summer housing this year.
In addition to providing a place to live, our Summer Housing program
has the following benefits:
- Security escort service
- Service calls for maintenance
- Uniformed campus security officers
- Convenient location of buildings
University housing including residence halls and apartment buildings are non-smoking buildings. Specifically, smoking including but not limited to cigarettes, e-cigarettes, cigars, and hookahs, is prohibited inside University housing buildings, including but not limited to, student rooms, suites, lounges, bathrooms, common areas, stairwells, lobbies, and elevators.
In addition, removing window screens and leaning out windows to smoke is prohibited. Residents who smoke must do so outside and must be far enough away from the building so that the smoke will not filter into the building via exterior doors, windows or the building ventilation system. Full cooperation with this policy is expected. Any violation of this policy will result in disciplinary action which may include fines.
Summer Session I – check in is from noon – 4pm on Sunday, May 22
Summer Session II – check in is from noon – 4pm on Sunday, June 26
**All students should check in to the Charles Commons front desk, 3301 North Charles Street, Baltimore, MD 21218. The Charles Commons front desk will open at noon on Sunday, May 22. The regular front desk hours of operation after May 22 will be 7am – midnight every day including the weekends to accommodate check-ins, check-outs, maintenance requests, lockouts, and any questions students may have.
Summer Session I – Check out is by 10am on Saturday, June 25, 2016 (no exceptions)
Summer Session II – Check out is by 10am on Saturday, July 30, 2016 (no exceptions)
All students should check out at the Charles Commons front desk.
We strongly encourage you to NOT bring a car to campus due to the lack of summer parking. Should you choose to do so, guests may park at the meters for short-term street parking to unload and check in at Charles Commons. Meters accept coins and credit cards. Parking is available for summer students and guests in the San Martin Garage located off San Martin drive or in South Garage. Credit cards are accepted at those locations or you may purchase a parking card through the on-line registration site prior to or during check in. Summer parking rates are $125 monthly or $9.50 daily. Once you accept a parking card at check in, you are automatically responsible for the costs regardless if you park in the lot or not. You will be charged from the day you check out the card until it is returned.
How to Apply?
To register for summer housing, begin the on-line registration process now. Registrations will be processed in the order in which they are received with preference to those students who pay in full. Students will be charged a minimum of one week. A non-refundable deposit of $200 is required to hold your space when you register online. Credit cards are accepted on-line. The deposit will be applied towards your final housing/dining remaining balance. Should you cancel your summer housing registration, the deposit will not be refunded.
Contracts will be sent out electronically starting the beginning of March if you have made your deposit or final payment with a deadline to be returned. Actual room assignments will not be provided until check in. As space begins to fill, registration may close due to limited availability. We require a minimum 3 business day notice to process an assignment which means your registration is not guaranteed until you hear from us.
Questions?Please feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 410-516-3962.