Johns Hopkins University


Johns Hopkins University was established in 1876 as a private research university. Johns Hopkins is the world's first and oldest research university in the Americas. It is constantly regarded as one of the finest academic institutions in the world.

There are nine Johns Hopkins University schools, and five offer just undergraduate degrees. Undergraduates mostly attend classes on the Homewood Campus, one of the four campuses spread over and around Baltimore.

Top programs at Johns Hopkins include Cell/Cellular and Molecular Biology, Neuroscience, Computer, and Information Sciences, Bioengineering and Biomedical Engineering, Public Health, General, International Relations and Affairs, Economics, General, Chemical Engineering, Mathematics, General, and Mechanical Engineering.

The Johns Hopkins University provides various student services, including nonremedial tutoring, a women's center, a placement service, a health service, and health insurance. Johns Hopkins University offers several measures to ensure the safety of its students and staff, including 24-hour patrols on foot and in vehicles, a late-night transport/escort service, emergency phones available always, well-lit walkways and sidewalks, and restricted access to dorm rooms.


The undergraduate student body at Johns Hopkins University has a total enrollment of 6,132 students (fall 2021), with 45% of the students being male and 55% female. 45% of students at this institution live in college-owned, -operated, or -affiliated housing, while 55% reside off campus.

Johns Hopkins University's student-to-faculty ratio is 6:1, and 78.5% of courses have less than 20 students.


Generally, first- and second-year students are obliged to reside on campus. Freshman housing is focused on Freshman Quad, which has three resident hall complexes: the Alumni Memorial Residences (AMR), Buildings A and B. Each AMR dorm is subdivided into houses named after historical people from the university's early years. Since Fall of 2014, a new regulation has permitted students to reside in mixed-gender rooms in the Hopkins dorms, typically co-ed with same-gender quarters.

Most juniors and seniors reside in adjacent flats or rowhouses. Non-freshmen living in university housing inhabit one of four buildings: McCoy Hall, Bradford Apartments, Homewood Apartments, or Charles Commons. 45% of the student population resides off-campus, while 55% resides on campus.


The  global academic rankings of Johns Hopkins University are mentioned below:

  • Rank #14 by Academic Ranking of World Universities
  • Rank #24 by QS World University Ranking
  • Rank #13 by Times Higher Education
  • Rank #9 by U.S News & World Report


Johns Hopkins University
Baltimore, MD 21218, United States

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