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Center for Student Success

At the Center for Student Success, we’re concerned with one thing: helping you thrive as a student at Johns Hopkins University. Thriving means more than just surviving your college experience; it means being fully engaged intellectually, socially and emotionally as you strive for academic success and personal growth.

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.

Explore the options below to learn more about our programs and our community of diverse, inclusive and supportive scholars.


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News & Announcements

  • Second-Year Experience Aims to Make Students’ Second Year Truly Transformational

    Orientation Week—the event where colleges and universities pull out all the stops to ensure that first-year students feel welcome, excited, and at home. It is typically the beginning of a year-long series of programs, banquets, semi-formals, and day trips all intended to ensure a fun and successful introduction to their higher education experience. But what happens when those students return for their second year?

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    Junior among 38 recipients of aerospace fellowship

    A Brooke Owens Fellowship will enable Lindsey Wiser to intern this summer at the National Air and Space Museum

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    Pardon the disruption

    The student-run speaker series invites public figures and activists to discuss issue relating to the theme 'Disrupt'

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    Curious wonders

    Montgomery County Campus art show, now in its 13th year, challenges student artists to create works of art with a 'curious' theme

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    Hopkins' hip-hop humanitarian

    Sophomore Kristofer Madu on humanitarian work, his hip-hop alter ego Travis Karter, and shaking off labels to create your own journey

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    Fresh approach to Black History Month

    JHU's Office of Multicultural Affairs expands cultural celebrations beyond traditional heritage months

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