The Johns Hopkins University

School Notes Overview:

The Johns Hopkins Pre-College Summer Program is your chance to put Hopkins to the test before applying to college. You’ll get an opportunity to see if Hopkins feels right for you, and we’ll get to know you better, too. Pre-College Summer Program credits also give you a “leg up” on the competition when you do begin applying to colleges......

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School Overview:

County Baltimore City County, MD
Program Name Johns Hopkins University Zanvyl Krieger School of Arts and Sciences Summer Programs
Program Type Academic enrichment, residential and commuter
Number of Students 5400 students
Student Body Type Coeducational
Grades high school students finishing their junior or senior year -
First Session Start Date July 5
First Session End Date August 5
First Program Weeks 5 weeks
Campus Area 140 acres
Application Date 5/4/2019
Summer School Type Residential

School Notes:

  • The Johns Hopkins Pre-College Summer Program is your chance to put Hopkins to the test before applying to college. You’ll get an opportunity to see if Hopkins feels right for you, and we’ll get to know you better, too. Pre-College Summer Program credits also give you a “leg up” on the competition when you do begin applying to colleges.
  • Immersion-style classes and personal attention from world-renowned Hopkins faculty members combine to let you dig deep into fascinating subjects. When class is out, join your new friends in specially planned activities, dances, and excursions. Summertime on the Homewood campus is relaxed, but you’ll always be busy with something fun—and safe—to do.
  • Johns Hopkins Summer Programs offer a wide range of undergraduate credit courses to outstanding high school students, visiting undergraduates, and current Hopkins students. Whether you want a preview of college or a jump on the next semester, the Hopkins Summer Programs will provide you with an exciting experience!
  • Attend one or both of two convenient five-week terms, with classes scheduled in the mornings, afternoons, and evenings. Study in small classes with top professors. Meet students from here and around the world. Earn college credit as you get ahead––or catch up––this summer on the Homewood campus, where something exciting is always happening...in class, during campus activities, and around town.

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