Discover a sense of belonging at Homewood, a sprawling and picturesque campus steeped in rich history.

Within this academic haven reside Johns Hopkins University’s esteemed schools of engineering, arts and sciences, and education — each driven by a shared commitment to transforming lives and shaping the future of critical fields of knowledge.

The Johns Hopkins School of Education is nestled at the southern edge of campus, along the vibrant corridor of North Charles Street. Housed in a historic former high school, this architectural gem seamlessly blends tradition with cutting-edge academic facilities. Our state-of-the-art classrooms and interactive workspaces will enhance your passion for learning and collaborative inquiry.

Whether you’re studying from a distance or on campus, the Homewood campus ensures a sense of connection, the opportunity to engage with our community, and access to a multitude of invaluable services.

From Green Space to International Presence: The Homewood Campus in Numbers

  • 140 Acres

    Our beautiful Baltimore campus features sprawling green spaces and stately historic buildings.

  • 94 Walking Score

    Highly walkable, the Charles Village neighborhood is accessible and filled with amenities.

  • 30 Minutes

    The Homewood campus is about a half-hour drive from the international BWI airport.

  • 40 Countries

    Students come from around the globe to study at Homewood.

Where You’ll Learn

On campus, you’ll spend much of your classroom time in the Education Building, but you’ll have access to so much more. Also home to about 6,000 undergraduate students, the Homewood campus offers a wide range of amenities available to everyone.

The Education Building

  • 11 classrooms equipped with advanced learning technology
  • A dedicated laboratory for counseling students
  • Multiple open computer labs
  • Building-wide WiFi access
  • A gallery space for quiet study and small group meetings
  • The Great Hall, a gathering space for large presentations and community events
  • On-site parking
  • Vending machines

Campus Spaces and Places

  • Cafes and dining halls
  • Fitness and recreational facilities
  • Brody learning commons
  • Wooded trails and walking paths
  • Baltimore Museum of Art
  • Homewood Museum

Small Campus Atmosphere. Big City Access.

Whether you’re commuting to campus or relocating to Baltimore for your studies, you’ll find a welcoming community at Homewood. Our metropolitan location also gives you access to immersive learning opportunities — and there’s a lot to see and do when you’re not in class.

Campus and Community: Getting Involved

The Johns Hopkins School of Education encourages students to engage with the local community through research and service. With more than 400 registered student organizations available, students can pursue a wide range of interests and even create new groups with assistance from the Graduate Representative Organization. Every semester, Johns Hopkins hosts student involvement fairs where students can learn about and join a variety of organizations. Graduate student groups require at least eight to 10 active members and a faculty/staff advisor, and they can include other members, such as alumni, faculty, staff, and administrators.