Resources for Student Veterans
Johns Hopkins University is proud to serve those who have served our country. Our staff serves to support the opportunities of military members accessing higher education to ensure the campus culture can both elevate and complement their identities, experiences, and responsibilities.
Student Veteran Support
Student Veterans at JHU
Join the JHU Veterans Connection Group on LinkedIn to connect with other veterans at JHU.
Veterans Affinity Network
The Johns Hopkins Veterans Affinity Network connects and empowers active duty, reserve, national guard, veteran, and military family members within the Hopkins community.
OneHop Alumni Veterans Affinity Network Group
Connect with alumni from around the world via the OneHop Alumni Veterans Affinity Network Group.
JHU Veteran Employee Resource Group (ERG)
The JHU Veterans Employee Resource Group works to embrace our proud community of employee veterans who support and encourage each other through shared experiences, veteran recruitment, career development, and community engagement. While the focus is on employees, the group is open to students, faculty, and staff who identify as a veteran. To get connected, contact Adler Archer firstname.lastname@example.org and/or Keith Haggard at email@example.com.
JHU Veteran Support Resources
JHU Office of Veteran Affairs
Connect with the Office of Veteran Affairs for information on utilizing your veteran benefits, the Yellow Ribbon program, military tuition assistance, and more.
Office of Student Enrollment and Account Management
Have questions about your account, benefits, registration, or other items related to your individual needs? Visit the SEAM Veterans Affairs page for information and options to make appointments or contact.
Off-Campus Housing Office
Looking for housing in and around the Homewood campus? Visit the Homewood Off-Campus Housing website.
Alternatively, explore housing at East Baltimore Campus or for the School of Advanced International Studies.
JHU Army ROTC
Take advantage of the opportunities offered by Army ROTC. Enhance your confidence, problem-solving ability, and leadership skills. You can enroll in ROTC during your first two years of college without any service commitment. Contact Department of Military Science, 410-516-4685, Mr. Michael Lieske (firstname.lastname@example.org), for more information.
For updates about the Blue Jay Battalion, visit their Facebook page.
External Resources of Note
- MD Department of Veterans Affairs
- US Dept. of Veterans Affairs – Baltimore Regional Office
- VA Maryland Health Care System
- Baltimore VA Medical Center
- VA-approved Urgent Care Locator
- VA Education Benefits
- City of Baltimore: Veterans Commissions
- MCVET: “Veterans Helping Veterans”
- Baltimore Events for/by Veterans
- WMAR-2 News: Voice for Veterans Series
- Military.com Discounts
- Article re: College Services and Resources for Veterans (BestValueSchools)
For additional information regarding utilizing VA benefits/GI Bill at Johns Hopkins University, contact the JHU Office of Veteran Affairs.
For things related to your individual account or attendance at JHU, please see the Office of Student Enrollment and Account Management (SEAM) webpage related to Veterans Affairs.