Whether you’re enrolling online or in person at our various locations, the Office of Student Affairs ensures that you’re set up for success—during your time with us and beyond. Explore student services such as career and academic support, review benefits associated with enrollment in SOE, browse student organizations, and learn how to make your time with us as rewarding as possible.
We take an active interest in the success of our students. Services include career guidance, technical support, crisis counseling, housing assistance, J-Cards (student ID), health insurance, and more.
Get the information you’ll need to get the most out of your experience at the Johns Hopkins School of Education.
Provides support to students dealing with pressures and problems they encounter during their academic careers. Services are free and confidential.
The School of Education is a safe and welcoming learning community. Learn more about institutional policies for student conduct.
One-stop access to all forms you may need throughout your time at the School of Education, including admissions, disability services, financial aid, graduation, registration, payment, immunization, appeals, and more.
“Student Right To Know”
The Higher Education Act of 1965, as amended in 2008, includes many student disclosures and reporting requirements by universities. These requirements include statistics and/or information on several subjects.
The Johns Hopkins University (“JHU” or “University”) is committed to the personal, academic, and professional well-being and development of its students, trainees, faculty, staff, post-doctoral fellows, clinical residents, and all other members of the University community.
Learn more about academic support options such as advising, field experiences, library resources, mentorship, course evaluations, and more.
Find out what our amazing students are up to, and explore networking and leadership opportunities through our many student organizations.
The School of Education strives for civility in discourse in all courses and experiences we offer. Learn what that means to us.
Enrolled in online courses? Review the Johns Hopkins policy on compliance with state-level regulations in your area.
Field experiences are designed to provide supportive educational environments in which program candidates apply knowledge of course content and receive professional feedback for growth. The Field Experience Office coordinates this process for several programs at the Johns Hopkins University School of Education.
CONTACT STUDENT AFFAIRS
The Office of Student Affairs helps you maximize your time here at SOE, academically, professionally and personally. If there’s anything we can help you with, reach out.
Stop by our office at the Columbia Center or contact us by phone 410-516-9734 or email at email@example.com.