JHUnions & Programming
JHUnions & Programming
Attention: Important Updates Regarding JHUnions & Programming Facilities and Staff
- The offices within the JHUnions & Programming suite in Mattin Center 131 are closed.
- All union spaces on campus (Mattin Center, Levering Hall, and the LaB) are closed.
- Staff are working remotely and routinely answering calls, voicemails, and emails.
- Staff will outreach and continue to work with student programming boards virtually.
- Stay connected with updates posted on Hopkins Groups
- FAQs: https://studentaffairs.jhu.edu/sli/covid-19-student-organization-updates/
- Connect with us: email@example.com / 410-516-4873
JHUnions and 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 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.
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