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Summer Housing Options at Hopkins for
Visiting JHU Students

Welcome! The Wolman Hall Housing Office offers Summer Housing accommodations to full-time Hopkins students and Visiting Students who are affiliated with JHU over the summer.

Click here for our Summer Housing Brochure for visiting students!

Visiting students under the age of 18 cannot be accommodated in University Housing.

If you will be an incoming freshmen for Fall 2014 and need summer housing for 2014, please contact Summer Programs directly
at 410-516-4548.

Affiliation can be in the form of taking classes, internships, workshops, or doing research at JHU. Official documentation of your affiliation must be provided at the time your contract is signed and returned to the Wolman Hall Housing Office.

Summer Housing will be available starting 10:00am Sunday, May 25 - 5:00pm on Saturday, August 2, 2014. Please note, we are requesting that students moving in on Sunday, May 25th arrive between 10:00am - 2:00pm. All summer residents must vacate no later than Saturday, August 2nd by 5:00 pm to allow time to prepare the units for students who will be moving in for the Fall term. No exceptions will be made in regard to opening and closedown dates.

Where will I be staying?

What are your Summer Housing rates?

When are Summer Session classes?

What are the Dining Plans?

When and how do I apply?

I still have questions, who should I contact?


Where will I be staying?

AMR III Building B

The suites in AMR III Building B offer either single or double occupancy rooms and shared bath (suite style). With the exception of the handicap equipped suites, there is a suite door and a bedroom door that separate the residents from the hallway.

These buildings are climate controlled, which means they are maintained at a consistent temperature all year long, between 68 and 72 degrees Fahrenheit. Portable AC and heating units are not allowed - no exceptions. The AMR II Housing Office is conveniently located on the premises. Students coming home to AMR III Building B from the library can simply walk 3 minutes to their residence halls.

AMR III Building B is locked 24 hours a day. Students gain access via their J-Card or white access card and their room key. Guests are escorted and signed in by residents. The building has a common kitchen equipped with a stove, sink, refrigerator, and a microwave oven in the basement of the building. Students have the option to purchase a dining dollar plan for their use throughout the summer. Please note, cooking is prohibited in a student's room; however, each room is equipped with a compact microwave and fridge, so please they must be equipped with an automatic shut off and must not contain an external heating element. Pots, pans, utensils, and baking equipment can be signed out for short-term use through your Summer RA.


Charles Commons

A limited number of spaces will be available in Charles Commons for undergraduates who are staying for the entire duration of our Summer Housing Program. If this is something you are interested in, you have the option to select this preference on your application; however, placement in Charles Commons is not guaranteed.

In addition to just a place to live, our Summer Housing program
has the following benefits:

Non-Smoking Policy

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 of the building 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.

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Rates 2014

Residence Hall Accommodations Rates per person
Single Room AMR III Building B $282 per week
Double Room AMR III Building B $245 per week
Single Room in Charles Commons $294 per week

*Linen service is included in Visiting Students Summer Housing rates.

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Important Dates 2014

Summer Session I Classes Tuesday, May 27th - Friday, June 27th
Summer Session II Classes Monday, June 30th - Friday, August 1st

If you are attending Summer Session I, you may check-in anytime beginning Sunday, May 25th  from 10am to 2pm. Please note, we are requesting that students moving in on Sunday, May 25th arrive between 10:00am - 2:00pm. Office hours are Monday through Friday from 8:30am to 5:00pm, or check-in may occur at the Wolman Security desk after hours.

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How To Apply

Summer Housing applications will be made available as of Tuesday, April 1, 2014. Applications will be processed in the order in which they are received; however, please note that in the event that space becomes limited, priority will be given to full-time JHU undergraduate students and to those students who will need Summer Housing on a long-term basis. Students will be charged a minimum of one week. A non-refundable deposit of $200 is required with each application, made payable to Johns Hopkins University by check or money order only.This deposit will be applied towards your final housing/dining total. Should you cancel your Summer Housing application, the deposit will not be refunded.

An assignment will not be finalized until both the application and deposit are received. Students can enroll at any time prior to Friday, July 18, 2014; however, we require a minimum of 3 business days notice to complete an assignment. Once an assignment is complete, you will receive a housing contract and notice of your remaining balance for the summer. The remaining balance is to be paid at time of enrollment. The balance may be paid with a check or money order only.

IMPORTANT: Visiting students are required to show documentation of affiliation with the Johns Hopkins University or Hospital in order to reside in Summer Housing. If you complete the online application, remember to fax or mail your letter of affiliation.

Once an assignment is complete, a contract will be sent to you, and you will be given a deadline to return it.  Payment in full is due at the time your contract is returned. Rent must be paid by check or money order only, payable to Johns Hopkins University. Cash and credit cards will not be accepted.

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Please feel free to contact us:

Wolman Hall Housing Office, Rm 103
3339 N. Charles Street
Baltimore, MD 21218

Phone: 410-516-7960
Fax: 410-516-3950