The Office of Pre-Professional Advising serves current students and alumni pursuing career interests in the healthcare or law professions. Our role is to help you make informed decisions in your pre-health or pre-law course planning, secure relevant experience, overcome obstacles, and navigate the application process.
Our office offers individual advising appointments, small group meetings, and informational sessions, specialized workshops and experiential programs, bi-weekly newsletters for pre-health and pre-law highlighting upcoming events and opportunities, online guides and resources, and other services to assist you in every step of your journey to your career.
Pre-Professional Office Hours
Beginning Tuesday, September 3, the Pre-Professional Advising office’s new Student Advising Space will be located in Shriver Hall, suite 30. In the meantime, Pre-Professional staff can be reached during normal business hours, Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m.–4:30 p.m., by calling 410-516-4140 or by writing to firstname.lastname@example.org. Students may also feel free to contact Pre-Professional Advisors directly via email. All Pre-Professional Advising meetings will be conducted virtually by telephone or Skype/Zoom, and by appointment only until in-person appointments resume on September 3.
Garland Hall 300
Our staff is available by phone and email ONLY Monday–Friday 8:30 a.m.–4:30 .pm.
Student Advising Space
Shriver Hall 030
Administrative staff will be available from 11 a.m.–4 p.m. Advising is by appointment only. Drop-in advising hours are Monday–Thursday 12–1 p.m.
News & Announcements
INTERVIEW: ARYAN WEISENFELD, PATENT EXAMINER
Aryan Weisenfeld is originally from St. Louis, Missouri, where he graduated from high school in 2004. After enrolling at Washington University in St. Louis, not quite sure what direction to take, he chose biology as a major after taking classes related to genetics and neuroscience. He was involved in the
INTERVIEW: KEESHEA TURNER ROBERTS, ADJUNCT CLINICAL LAW PROFESSOR/SUPERVISING ATTORNEY, HOWARD UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF LAW’S FAIR HOUSING CLINIC
Originally from Lynchburg, Virginia, Keeshea Turner Roberts graduated in 1996 from Hollins University (formerly Hollins College), a women’s college located in Roanoke, Virginia. Prior to law school, Keeshea worked as a family/child caseworker and court advocate at the YWCA-Domestic Violence Prevention Program (DVPP) in Lynchburg, Virginia. DVPP’s mission is to
INTERVIEW: ABIGAIL SIA ’15, FORDHAM LAW 2L
Abigail Sia is a Long Island native and a current 2L student at Fordham University School of Law in New York City. She is the first in her family to pursue a graduate degree. At Hopkins, Abigail double-majored in International Studies and East Asian Studies and minored in Economics. Outside
INTERVIEW: LAUREN ALTUS ’17, PENN LAW 2L
Lauren Altus is from Hewlett, NY where she lived her whole life. She attended Hewlett High school where she was involved with the school newspaper, literary magazine, and cheerleading. Lauren graduated from high school in 2013 and went straight to Johns Hopkins University. She applied as an English major but
INTERVIEW: ROBYN KOYNER ’96, ASSISTANT GENERAL COUNSEL AND ASSISTANT SECRETARY, COEUR
Robyn Koyner is originally from outside of Chicago. She enrolled at Johns Hopkins in 1992 as an International Studies major and graduated in 1996. Robyn was a member of the Johns Hopkins tennis (freshman and sophomore years) and squash (sophomore and senior years) teams and spent her junior year in
INTERVIEW: JAMES COE ’96, INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY ATTORNEY
Originally from New York, James Coe enrolled at Johns Hopkins as a Psychology major in 1992. During his four years at Hopkins, he also considered majoring in Chemical Engineering and Applied Mathematics, taking significant coursework in both of those departments. While at Hopkins, he took advantage of some of the