For the Summer of 2022, housing will be in the Bradford apartments on the Homewood campus. Housing will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis only to students attending in-person classes.
Please note that space is limited, and housing is not guaranteed.
Priority will be given to students registered for both Session I (May 31st – July 1st) and Session II (July 5th – Aug 5th).
If you have any questions about Summer Housing, contact the Housing Office at (410) 516-7960 or email@example.com.
There will be no exceptions for early arrivals and no housing extensions past these dates.
JHU In-Person Summer Session I (May 31st – July 1st)
- Move-In: Sunday, May 29th from 12pm – 4pm
- Move-Out: Saturday, July 2nd by 10am
Students attending both Session I and Session II will remain in their assigned housing spaces. Students attending both sessions will move-out on Saturday, August 6th by 10am.
JHU In-Person Summer Session II (July 5th – Aug 5th)
- Move-In: Sunday, July 3rd from 12pm – 4pm
- Move-Out: Saturday, August 6th by 10am
Weekly rates begin at Sunday check-in and continue through Saturday check-out. Rates are not prorated for mid-week arrivals or departures. Students are charged for the entire week. Charges will be applied to the student’s SIS account.
|Bradford||Rate Per Person|
|Efficiency||$290 per week|
|1-bedroom||$300 per week|
|2, 3, 4-bedroom||$280 per week|
In order to live in University housing for the summer, students must:
- Be a current, full-time JHU undergraduate student in the Krieger School of Arts & Sciences or the Whiting School of Engineering at the Homewood campus.
- Be registered for an in-person summer course(s) or receiving internship credits at the Homewood campus for the time in which they are requesting housing. Course enrollment and internships will be verified with the Office of the Registrar.
Please note that, if the student drops their course or internship, they will no longer be eligible for Summer Housing, even if they have already completed their application and signed their Housing contract.
Incoming first year students and visiting students who need housing during the summer should contact Summer at Hopkins at (410) 516-4548.
How to Apply
The Summer Housing application will open on Friday, April 1st at 12pm (noon) in the Housing Portal and will remain open until all spaces are full, so please plan accordingly.
Once Housing Operations has confirmed that the student is enrolled in a Summer Session I and/or Summer Session II course, the student will receive confirmation within 10-14 business days that they have secured Summer Housing, along with instructions for signing their housing contract. Summer Housing assignments will be shared with students mid-May.
Once summer housing has filled and the portal has closed, students may contact Housing Operations at (410) 516-7690 or firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance.
Housing Operations will continue to adhere to the University’s policies regarding COVID-19. Students residing in University summer housing are expected to follow all COVID-19 protocol, including any adjustments and updates to the policies.
Failure to comply with University policy may result in removal from summer housing.
Bradford is located in Charles Village, just a block and a half east of campus. Students can choose from efficiencies, one, two, three, or four-bedroom apartments. Each apartment comes equipped with a full kitchen (includes fridge and oven), and individually-controlled heating and air conditioning.
View our Buildings & Rates page more information!
We strongly encourage you to not bring a car to campus due to the lack of summer parking.
Should you choose to do so, guests may park at the meters for short-term street parking to unload and check in at Bradford. Meters accept coins and credit cards. Parking is available for summer students and guests in the San Martin Garage located off San Martin drive or in South Garage. Both parking garages are a 10–15-minute walk from Bradford. Credit cards are accepted at both locations.
Students looking for housing in Baltimore for this summer have a variety of PDF Document: off-campus options, from signing a short-term lease with an off-campus property to arranging a sublet or sublet alternative with a JHU student living off-campus who won’t be in Baltimore this summer. In addition to our PDF Document: summer housing and general PDF Document: off-campus housing brochures, students can visit the Off-Campus Housing Database and log in with your JHU credentials.
If you have any questions about the database, please contact the Off-Campus Housing Office at 410-516-7961 or email@example.com.
NOTE: rising sophomores should refrain from signing long-term leases as they are required to live in university housing during the academic year.