- Center for Student Success
What they do: Through coaching, mentoring, collaborations with campus partners, and community-building programs, the Center for Student Success focuses on every aspect of your undergraduate experience, providing an environment where you can maximize your potential and acquire the ability to thrive — at Johns Hopkins and beyond.
- Dean of Academic and Student Services
What they do: The Dean of Academic and Student Services works with partners across the university to ensure student success both at Hopkins and beyond. With responsibility for the Career Center, National Fellowships Program, Student Disability Services, and several other areas, the dean’s office builds programs and initiatives in the area where academic and student affairs intersect.
- Krieger Arts and Sciences Advising
What they do: Advisors help students discover and develop academic interests, engage the University’s curriculum and academic programs, and introduce you to our faculty and campus resources. Turn here for help selecting a major, starting an undergraduate research project, or finding or becoming a tutor. We help inform students from orientation through graduation.
- Multicultural Affairs
What they do: OMA promotes diversity and inclusion by providing opportunities for students to engage in conversations about race and ethnicity, multicultural initiatives, cultural celebrations, and educational programs. OMA also supports the academic success of underrepresented racial minorities, first generation and low income college students by providing mentoring and academic support programs.
- National Fellowships Program
What they do: This office supports undergraduate and graduate students pursuing competitive fellowships, including Fulbright grants, the Truman Scholarship, the Rhodes scholarship, and NSF graduate research fellowships. In addition to sessions informing students about these opportunities, we provide individual guidance for students looking to fund post-baccalaureate study, and research and dissertation projects.
- Pre-Professional Advising
What they do: If you’re planning on a career in medicine and health, or law, turn here for guidance on course selection, career advising, finding internships, preparing applications, and professional development. Public service is an important component of each of these fields, and the office is committed to instilling a respect for public service and volunteerism.
What they do: The Registrar is the university’s academic record-keeper. The office coordinates course registration, grading, veterans’ educational benefits, and student health insurance. We publish the online academic catalog and provide transcripts and enrollment verifications.
- Student Accounts
What they do: Whether you’re paying tuition, expecting a refund, or need to set up a payment plan, the Student Accounts office can help. Tuition payments can be made with personal or traveler’s checks, money orders, or wire transfers; only evening students can pay by credit card.
- Study Abroad
What they do: The Office of Study Abroad coordinates opportunities for international study offered through Hopkins or other institutions. Learn about programs available to you, as well as information about financial aid and costs, transferring credits, health and safety, and other practical matters.
- WSE Academic Advising
What they do: The Whiting School advising staff provides general academic support to engineering students and coordinates the undergraduate advising program. Your undergraduate advisor will help you select courses, learn about academic programs at Hopkins, and steer you to resources that can help with your studies.