Visiting and Non-Degree Students
Below you will find information regarding various types of visiting and non-degree students.
For instructions on how to set up or access your JHED ID, your email account, or the Student Information System (SIS), please visit the Getting Started page. Please note that not all types of visiting students will be given a Johns Hopkins email account.
General Visiting Students
Visiting students are students who are currently enrolled in high school, another university, or have already obtained a bachelor’s degree and are interested in taking one or more courses at Johns Hopkins on a temporary basis during the fall or spring semesters. The admissions process for visiting students at Johns Hopkins is selective and admissions standards are comparable to those for traditional, degree-seeking students.
For more information please visit the applicable link below:
Post-Baccalaureate Premedical Program
The Johns Hopkins Post-Baccalaureate Premedical Program is designed to prepare you for your career as a future physician through world-renowned premedical coursework, outstanding medical opportunities, in-depth advising, and a supportive community. If you are inspired to enter medicine, switching focus from a previous major or changing careers, please visit their Post-Baccalaureate Premedical Program website.
Baltimore Student Exchange Program
The Baltimore Student Exchange Program is a great opportunity for students to take courses not offered through JHU at other higher education institutions in the Baltimore region. Beginning sophomore year, students are allowed to take one course per semester (Fall and Spring only) at a participating institution for credit.
For complete policies and guidelines, please visit the BSEP website or come to the Office of the Registrar to speak with the BSEP coordinator.
Engineering Innovation Students
Engineering Innovation is an exciting, college-level, summer program for motivated high school students with an aptitude in math and science and an interest in—or curiosity about—engineering. This program has been available to high school students since 2006. In the program, students learn to think and problem-solve like engineers and have the opportunity to earn Johns Hopkins University credit.
For more information, please visit the Engineering Innovation website.