In light of our nation’s current public health emergency and support of health and safety guidelines, we have transitioned our admissions office operations, in-person events, and visit opportunities to a virtual format until further notice. We strongly recommend that current applicants request official documents such as transcripts and test scores to be sent from your prior institutions to our office electronically at email@example.com.
For our newly admitted students starting courses this summer, please reference our Admitted Student Information page for important updates and steps to on-boarding, including the School’s recent announcement that all courses for the Summer 2020 term will be offered online.
Please know that while our information delivery method changed, our commitment to sharing the unique and remarkable aspects of our degree programs, as well as supporting you throughout the application process, remains the same. Our goal is to ensure you have everything you need to make an informed decision, and your admissions experience a success.
We look forward to connecting with you. Please do not hesitate to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule an individual consultation by phone.
Be well and stay safe,
Johns Hopkins University
School of Education
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