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 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.
HopReach is not an emergency service. In an emergency, call Campus Safety and Security at 410-516-7777.
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News & Announcements
Student startup Relavo takes home $500,000 KidneyX prize
The award will support them as they work full-time on a solution for safer at-home dialysis—an issue they'll meet with greater urgency as the coronavirus pandemic makes in-person treatment riskier
JHU distributes federal relief to students most impacted by COVID-19 disruptions
Approximately 10% of all JHU students are eligible to receive $1,200 grants to cover costs incurred due to the university's move to remote learning in spring 2020
Carey student named Product Developer of the Year
Jeffrey Morelli was honored by the American Business Awards for his start-up that is playing a key role in COVID-19 contact tracing efforts
Plans for fall undergraduate experience announced
University will resume on-campus activities while preserving flexibility for those who cannot or do not wish to return to campus
Initiative delivers meals to Baltimore's health care workers
Baltimore chapter of Frontline Foods, founded by a Johns Hopkins undergraduate, has purchased more than 2,000 meals for those working directly with COVID-19 patients