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Community Living

Homewood is your home. Community Living is committed to offering you the best possible out‑of‑classroom experience that also supports your academic success. You will be part of an engaged, diverse and inclusive community. As a community member you will have available:

  • A wide range of programs and activities for you and your fellow students to be engaged, learn about yourself and others, and to make friends
  • Committed and caring staff who support you and your success and help you navigate the demands of university life
  • High quality services and facilities that support you and your fellow students

All of our staff on the Community Living team are here for you. Residential Life and University Housing combine to support community members to foster friendships, develop life skills, and create safe and comfortable living environments. Dining Programs provides freshly prepared foods in a welcoming environment that promotes exploring new cuisines. Off-Campus Housing offers information and services for students looking to live near campus their junior and senior years. Scheduling and Event Services provides one-stop services for events and programs happening on-campus.

We are looking forward to you being part of our Homewood community.


Upcoming Events

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    January 17, 2019

    In the Name of the Father: George Washington and American Identity

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    January 18, 2019

    37th Annual Martin Luther King Jr. Commemoration

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    January 18, 2019

    Center for Environmental and Applied Fluid Mechanics Seminar: Stéphane Zaleski

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News & Announcements

  • 2019 Summer Conference Staff Application

    The 2019 JHU Summer Conference program is dedicated to providing all conference guests with comfortable housing, quality food, appropriate meeting spaces, and excellent customer service. Student staff members will play an integral part in assuring that each guest enjoys his/her stay in the residence halls and receives excellent service. All

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    Lulu, Nana, and 'Gattaca'

    Students debate the ethical issues surrounding the recent birth of genetically altered twins who were designed to be HIV-resistant

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    'Execution is everything'

    Undergraduate students get a crash course in how to build viable businesses from their ideas and inventions

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    Come on, get happy

    Two-week course helps students focus on well-being, self-improvement, and the pursuit of happiness

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    Studying beyond the bench

    Graduate student Jordan Hoffman traveled to Zambia as part of Global Health Establish Field Placements to study mosquito behavior and malaria vector control

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    Comedy for credit?

    During winter minimester, students can learn about the practical applications of their studies or master a new skill—like stand-up comedy

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