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HopReach

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.

Important Reminder

HopReach is not an emergency service. In an emergency, call Campus Safety and Security at 410-516-7777.


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