Student Affairs

Whether you attend online or in person, the Office of Student Affairs at the Johns Hopkins School of Education will ensure you’re set up for success—during your time with us and beyond.

Explore Our Services

NEWLY ADMITTED STUDENT CHECKLIST

The information you need at the start to get the most out of your experience at the School of Education.

ORIENTATION & HOMEWOOD TOURS

Learn about the School of Education’s online orientation, international student orientation, and campus tours.

ACADEMIC SUPPORT

Learn more about our library services, academic and student policies, textbooks, and academic programs.

COMPUTING SERVICES

Set up your JHED ID to access various tech and computing services available to School of Education students.

CAREER SERVICES

We help students and alumni advance their careers through a variety of professional development programs.

CIVILITY STANDARDS

The School of Education strives for civility in discourse in all courses and experiences we offer.

GRIEVANCES & COMPLAINTS

Learn what may or may not be considered under the School of Education grievance policy.

STUDENT NEWSLETTER

Stay up to date on happenings, dates, and important announcements in the School of Education student newsletter.

More Services & Information

THE JOHNS HOPKINS STUDENT ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (JHSAP)

Free and confidential support for students dealing with pressures and problems they encounter during their academic careers.

OFF-CAMPUS HOUSING

Information for members of the Johns Hopkins community searching for housing near the Homewood Campus.

HEALTH INSURANCE

We offer full and part-time certificate and degree-seeking students health, dental, and vision insurance once enrolled.

STUDENT CONDUCT POLICIES

The School of Education is a safe and welcoming learning community. Learn more about institutional policies for student conduct.

FORMS & PETITIONS

One-stop access to all forms you may need throughout your time at the School of Education.

HIGHER EDUCATION DISCLOSURES ACT (“Student Right to Know”)

The Higher Education Act of 1965, as amended in 2008, includes many student disclosures and reporting requirements.

STATE AUTHORIZATION OF DISTANCE EDUCATION DISCLOSURES

Enrolled in online courses? Review the Johns Hopkins policy on compliance with state-level regulations in your area.

CONTACT STUDENT AFFAIRS

The Office of Student Affairs helps you maximize your time here at the Johns Hopkins School of Education—academically, professionally, and personally. If there’s anything we can help you with, please reach out.

Stop by our office in the Education Building or contact us at 410-516-5430 or soe.studentaffairs@jhu.edu.