The Office of Multicultural Affairs (OMA) aims to uplift international students studying at Johns Hopkins University by serving as a resource for questions about the student experience, academic support, and how to connect with other university resources.
ISAH: International Students @ Hopkins
Open to all undergraduate international students, graduate international students, international postdocs, and globally-conscious domestic students.
Join us as we build the inaugural ISAH Ambassador Program—an intersectional and collaborative affinity group dedicated to creating a global community and advocating for JHU international students.
The program is open to all undergraduate international students, graduate international students, international postdocs, and globally-conscious domestic students. Between 35-40 international student leaders will be selected from across all campuses to assist with key pillars of the international student experience: orientation, administration, socials, and international education.
The time commitment for an ISAH Ambassador includes weekly meetings, special event invitations, administration meetings, and project-specific work. ISAH Ambassadors take on leadership for several university wide projects, including: orientation, socials, office liaisons, education, and academic/career success.
Visa + Immigration
Available to international faculty, staff, students, and visiting scholars at JHU.
The Office of International Services is prepared to assist international students, scholars, researchers, clinicians, staff, and faculty with visas and immigration. OIS is also a resource for administrators to support international students. For current questions, please reach out to OIS via email@example.com and visit their ‘Announcements’ page for the most up-to-date news and information at ois.jhu.edu/announcements/news.
Wellness Resources for JHU International Students
As we all navigate these uncertain times, there are resources at Hopkins and abroad that are here to help you. For coping strategies and more, visit wellbeing.jhu.edu. To speak with someone, please contact the JHU Counseling Center.
Campus Resources for International Students
Office of International Services (OIS)
- Office of Multicultural Affairs
- Religious and Spiritual Life
- Women and Gender Resources (WGR)
- LGBTQ Life
- Student Disability Services
- Residential Life
- University Housing
- Learning Den Tutoring
- Study Consulting Program
- PILOT: Peer-led Team Learning
- Life Design Lab
- Student Leadership and Involvement
- Center for Social Concern
- Health Empowerment and Wellbeing
- Student Outreach and Support
- Counseling Center