Office of the Dean of Student Life

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Office of the Dean of Student Life

We can’t stress this enough: Homewood is your home.

You might have come to Johns Hopkins University for the academics, but it’s everything surrounding that—the leadership experiences you’ll build in clubs and sports, the life skills you gain from living with others from across the world in residence halls, and the creative outlets that you’ll pursue—that will really shape your experience here.

The Office of the Dean of Student Life aims to cultivate an inclusive and healthy community that fosters growth, exploration, and engagement. We oversee student involvement, campus programming, diversity initiatives, and housing and dining services. In fact, if it’s not happening in a classroom, there’s a good chance we might be involved:


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