Resources

Baltimore Neighborhoods, Inc.

Baltimore Neighborhood, Inc. (BNI) is a non-profit organization created to help Tenants and Landlords navigate Maryland Housing Law. While they mostly deal with residential homes, they are a great resource for residents of Baltimore City. More information can be found at the Baltimore Neighborhoods website.

Who’s Cooking Tonight?

Chef Magowen preparing a mealOff-Campus Housing and Dining Programs recently partnered with Second-Year Experience to host “Who’s Cooking Tonight?”, a culinary workshop designed to help students learn how to make delicious dishes from the comfort of their own kitchen. Learn more about the workshop.

Dining

Dining Programs has various meal plan options specifically designed for students that are living off-campus who may need to grab a bite while on campus for classes or studying. For more information or to view the different meal plan options, visit Dining Programs – Meal Plans.

Transportation

The transportation office manages a series of shuttles that take students and staff to and from various local apartment communities as well as the Peabody campus and/or Johns Hopkins Medical Campus and the Carey Business School. For a list of shuttles and schedules, please visit Transportation Services. This website also includes information on parking and the night ride service.

Community Liaison

The Dean of Student Life’s Office has a Community Liaison that provides assistance to students as they navigate through the rules and requirements of city living. Also as an advocate, Jon Walters works in the evenings to better assist the students and to be on hand for any questions, concerns, or events. Please visit the Community Liaison website for more information about living in the Homewood Campus area and more.