About the CSC
The Center for Social Concern at Johns Hopkins was created in the early 1990’s as the community engagement center for the Johns Hopkins University Homewood campus. The Center offers students the opportunity to connect and become more involved with organizations in our Baltimore community.
The Center for Social Concern fosters a lifelong commitment to active citizenship by integrating education, action, and reflection.
In summer 2009, CSC’s main facility moved from Levering Hall to 3103 North Charles Street (called the Center for Social Concern Building). This three-story home houses CSC’s staff, programs and student services, except for the Johns Hopkins University Tutorial Project, which is located on the second floor of Levering Hall. The Tutorial Project’s location is unique in that the main area of the space contains an incredible floor-to-ceiling mural done by Robert R. Hieronimus, Ph.D. “The Apocalypse” was commissioned in 1968 by Dr. Chester Wickwire, then-Chaplain of the Johns Hopkins University.
25th Anniversary Celebration
The Center for Social Concern celebrated 25 years of engagement with our community in 2017-2018! We would not have been able to reach this milestone without our dedicated and supportive students, community partners, alumni, staff, and faculty. To kick off the celebration, in April 2017, the Center for Social Concern invited all of our community partners, alumni, students, faculty, staff, and friends of the CSC to join us and celebrate 25 years of accomplishments, partnerships, and engagement with our community! The celebration was held during Alumni Weekend on Friday, April 21, 2017, from 4-6pm in the Glass Pavilion, Levering Hall. Read more about the celebration.