Amenities & Facilities
We believe that through community living, students can develop important personal, social and interpersonal skills. Through your experiences in university housing, we hope you will have the opportunity to learn to appreciate and respect individual differences and cultural diversity while fostering personal growth and developing a greater understanding of your own identity. In this section, you will find helpful information regarding the amenities and facilities that are available in our residence halls. Should you have any questions, please do not hesitate to reach out to Housing Operations at (410) 516-7962 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
In each building, residents can expect to find the following:
- Twin XL mattress and frame (cannot be lofted in Rogers House)
- Desk with attached hutch and desk chair
- Trash can and recycling bin
- 1 shower curtain (suites and apartments)
- Window blinds
Below you will find the items specific to individual buildings:
Scott-Bates Commons (formerly Charles Commons), McCoy, Rogers House, & Wolman: pedestal, wardrobe with drawers (Scott-Bates Commons will have a closet), chest of drawers
AMR I, II, & III: stackable drawers or a 3-drawer chest, wardrobe
Bradford & Homewood have furniture for the bedrooms and living rooms. Please note that efficiencies do not have separate living spaces.
- Bedroom furniture: 1 desk lamp, 1 nightstand, 1 chest and mirror
- Living room furniture: 1 sofa and/or loveseat/chair, end tables, table lamps, dinette table and chairs
The McCoy Bike Room is available to McCoy and Wolman residents during the current academic year. The AMR II Bike Room is available to residents of AMR I, AMR II, and AMR III.
Charles Commons and Rogers House residents have outdoor bike racks at both buildings for their use.
Homewood residents can use the indoor bike rack located in the laundry room.
Residents will use their J-Card to gain admittance to the front door of the building and to access their wing.
In Bradford, Scott-Bates Commons, Homewood, McCoy Hall, Rogers House, and Wolman Hall, a 24-hour security officer is stationed in the lobby to deter unauthorized individuals from gaining access to the building and to intervene in security related incidents.
In AMR I, AMR II, and AMR III, a 24-hour security officer is stationed in booths at the turnstiles outside of the AMRs to deter unauthorized individuals from gaining access to the building and to
Students will have access to computer labs located on the terrace of Wolman Hall and the 2nd floor of the Charles Street tower of Scott-Bates Commons. Please visit the Computer Resources page to view location and availability.
Most applications can also be accessed remotely. Visit myJLab: studentaffairs. jhu.edu/computing/campus-resources/ myjlab for more information.
The centrally-located Krieger Computer Lab will be open normal hours for the upcoming academic year. For more information please visit: studentaffairs.jhu.edu/computing/ campus-resources/
All exercise rooms offer a variety of exercise machines. Residents will have access every day from 6:00am – 2:00am.
Locations: Wolman terrace, McCoy 2nd floor, Scott-Bates Commons 3rd floor of Charles Street tower, Rogers House basement, Homewood terrace, and 1st floor of Bradford.
Questions or concerns? Contact Housing Facilities at (410) 516-7962.
The student Residential Network, or ResNet, is the free high-speed Internet network service IT@Johns Hopkins provides to all students on campus living in university housing, or attending Johns Hopkins University. All of our buildings are equipped with wireless and wired internet connectivity.
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Game Rooms are available for use between the hours of 6:00am – 2:00am. These rooms are located on the McCoy terrace, Wolman terrace, and the 3rd floor of the Charles Street tower in Scott-Bates Commons.
Meeting & multipurpose rooms may only be scheduled by registered student organizations and RAs. Multipurpose rooms are located in AMR I, Scott-Bates Commons, and Wolman Hall. Meeting rooms are located in AMR I, AMR III, Scott-Bates Commons, and Wolman Hall.
Study Lounges offer tables and chairs for study groups are available from 6:00am – 2:00am. The lounges are located on the Wolman terrace, floors 3-6 in McCoy, and the basement of AMR II. The Social Lounge is equipped with pool, ping-pong, and foosball tables and a color TV with cable. Students have access from 6:00am – 2:00am using their JCard. The lounge is located in the basement of AMR II.
TV rooms feature a color TV with cable, a DVD player, and stereo sound. They are located in AMR I, AMR III, McCoy, and Wolman Hall.
The Wolman Hall Theater may only be scheduled by registered student organizations and RAs in 4-hour time blocks. Reservable room times vary by building. To reserve, submit your request through your Hopkins Groups Student Group Portal.
Residents of AMR I & II and Rogers House have permanently installed, year-round window air conditioner units in each bedroom that should not be relocated or unplugged from the grounded outlets. The specialty appliance extension cords provided should not be exchanged. Covers are provided for off-season months.
Residents of AMR III have a climate-controlled HVAC system. The temperature is maintained at a constant level year-round. Windows should be kept shut to maintain optimum temperature.
Residents of Scott-Bates Commons, McCoy, Wolman, Bradford, & Homewood can adjust the temperature to suit their comfort. Refer to directions posted on your unit. For energy conservation purposes, the air conditioning systems can be set to 72 degrees or warmer in the summer months and heating units can set to 76 degrees or cooler in the winter months depending on the preference of the occupant.
Contact Housing Facilities at 410-516- 7962 with any problems or questions you may have about your HVAC unit.
Each suite in Wolman, McCoy, and 2-person suites in Scott-Bates Commons is equipped with a two-burner stove, sink, and compact refrigerator. 4-person suites in Scott-Bates Commons will have a full-size refrigerator.[/accordion_item]
Laundry facilities are available in each building and are J-Card operated. Laundry costs are included in the on-campus housing fees and as such all residents will automatically receive 18 cycles of laundry per month (1 wash or dry = 1 cycle). The 18 cycles per month are valued at $27 ($1.50 per cycle) and on the 1st of each month, the balance is reset to $27.
In order to check your balance, simply log onto your account in SIS or download the eAccounts app (where your mobile credential is set up). Please note that you will see a separate laundry cash balance. Laundry cash can only be used in the residence hall laundry rooms. If you utilize all 18 cycles in one month, and still have more laundry to do, J-Cash can then be used to pay for laundry.
To use your laundry cycles, simply go to the residence hall laundry room closest to you, select your laundry machine, and swipe your card! It’s that easy! Download the Speed Queen app to track the status of your washer/dryer.
Questions? Contact Housing Facilities at 410-516-7962.
Residents have access to the music rooms using their JCards from 10:00am – 1:00am. For questions regarding access to the music rooms, please contact Housing Facilities at (410) 516-7962.
Locations: AMR II basement, McCoy terrace, 3rd floor of the Charles Street tower in Scott-Bates Commons.
Phones are available in some common lounges and hallways. These phones can also be used to contact Security for emergencies by pushing the red button.
Emergency phones are found on each floor of Rogers House.
THESE OFFICERS ALSO ASSIST STUDENTS WHEN THEY ARE LOCKED OUT OF THEIR APARTMENTS IF THE HOUSING OFFICE IS CLOSED AND AN RA IS NOT AVAILABLE.
Building exteriors and common areas are patrolled by a uniformed campus security officer Monday – Friday, 3:00 pm to 7:00 am, and 24 hours a day on the weekends.
SCOTT-BATES COMMONS, MCCOY, ROGERS HOUSE & WOLMAN
Building exteriors and common areas are patrolled by a uniformed campus security officer 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
BRADFORD & HOMEWOOD
All university-owned apartment buildings are patrolled by a uniformed campus security officer 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
All residents on campus are responsible for emptying their recycling and trash on a routine basis. Please tie all bags shut before depositing them in the trash rooms. The trash rooms and cans are emptied daily.
To store luggage in a trunk room, residents should visit Housing Facilities in Wolman Hall, room 103.
Locations: AMR II basement, Wolman terrace, and each floor of McCoy.
Vending machines offer both snacks and beverages and are located throughout the building.
For questions regarding vending machines, please contact Dining Programs at 410-516-3383 or email@example.com.