Johns Hopkins University is recognized worldwide for excellence in research and education. Ranked 12th in the nation and 17th internationally, students of Johns Hopkins share a passion for innovative research and life-long learning. Accomplished alumni include President Woodrow Wilson, Secretary of State Madeleine Albright, and 37 Nobel laureates. Ideally situated in Northern Baltimore, Johns Hopkins is the perfect setting for a pre-college program.
Summer pre-college programs at Johns Hopkins help you prepare for your transition from high school to college. Their pre-college programs combine academics, athletics, and activities to give high school students a great introduction to college life.
Campus life at Johns Hopkins University is unique, but here is a preview of what you can do on a single day here
You must arrive and depart on the specified arrival and departure days only. If this is not possible, you must arrive the day after arrival day or depart the day before departure day. There are no rooms available at our residence hall outside of the dates of the program.
4 week session: Arrive June 23, depart July 20
2 week session #1: Arrive June 23, depart July 6
5 week session: Arrive June 30, depart August 3
2 week session #2: Arrive July 7, depart July 20
2 week session #3: Arrive July 21, depart August 3
Summer Discovery provides escorted transfers from/to Baltimore-Washington International Airport (BWI). We meet you at baggage claim or outside customs for international flights, and assist with your departure.
Summer University tuition is based on 2 courses, up to 6 credits. For 7 credits, tuition is $12,150.
For eligibility requirements and deadlines, please visit Johns Hopkins Pre-College website.
Commuter Students: Students that live in the Baltimore area can participate in any JHU Summer Pre-College Programs as a commuter student. The commuter program includes the course only, and does not include housing, transportation, activities, books, and supplies.