JHUnions & Programming
JHUnions & Programming
JHUnions & Programming is a department within the Office of the Dean of Student Life that strives to create a welcoming and supportive social atmosphere for JHU students. This is accomplished by hosting large-scale campus traditions and virtual programs such as Lighting of the Quads as well as advising and supporting numerous student-led programming boards that plan weekly, monthly and seasonal student centered events within our student union spaces (Mattin Center, Levering Hall, the LaB) and across campus throughout the year ranging from trivia and paint nights to multi-day festivals such as Hoptoberfest and Spring Fair. For the fall 2020 semester, the Mattin Center, Levering Hall, and the LaB will be closed and all traditions and programs will be held in a virtual format.
- Follow us on Instagram (@jhuvirtual) for fun weekly virtual activities and prizes!
Have a question?
Our team is working remotely and routinely answering calls, voicemails, and emails. Please reach out if you have any questions or need assistance.
- Hal Turner, Director: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Erica Schwartz, Assistant Director: email@example.com
- Crystal Hooper, Student Services Specialist: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Design concept selected for Hopkins Student Center
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