HopReach

Expand

HopReach

Do you know a Johns Hopkins student who is struggling? Has their academic performance declined? Are they missing classes or activities, or not responding to a family member’s attempt to contact them? 

HopReach can help. Jointly managed by the Associate Vice Provost/Dean of Student Life and Dean of Academic and Student Services, HopReach is designed to ensure that students who are having difficulties at Johns Hopkins receive the support they need to succeed academically and get the most out of their college experience. HopReach Case Managers are available to:

  • Coordinate with other JHU offices and departments to help students most effectively
  • Act as an advocate on the student’s behalf
  • Refer students to the JHU resources and outside organizations most relevant to their specific situations
  • Follow up with students to monitor their progress

If you’re a faculty or staff member, family member, or peer who feels a student may be struggling, please learn how you can report a concern to HopReach. Have questions about HopReach? View answers to frequently asked questions. 

Important Reminder

HopReach is not an emergency service. In an emergency, call Campus Safety and Security at 410-516-7777. 


Upcoming Events

View All Upcoming Events

News & Announcements

  • HUB

    Homewood-bound!

    Hopkins offers admission to more than 2,500 applicants—civic leaders, social activists, and young people already making a mark on their world

    Read More...

  • HUB

    Water for life

    Shilpa Alva, a 2002 JHU graduate, is executive director of the nonprofit Surge for Water

    Read More...

  • HUB

    Here are the new Community Living entities

    University Housing, Off-Campus Housing, Residential Life, Dining, and Scheduling and Event Services have been brought together to streamline services supporting students' out-of-classroom experience

    Read More...

  • HUB

    An evolving tradition

    Students, faculty members, administrators gather for annual High Table dinner

    Read More...

  • HUB

    Alum named Gates Cambridge Scholar

    Writer Katherine Robinson will study connections between 20th century poet Ted Hughes and medieval Celtic folklore

    Read More...

  • HUB

    Pasta power

    Annual 'Tower of Power' competition challenges challenges teams to aim higher with spaghetti, marshmallow structures

    Read More...