Student Newsletter









Updated June 14, 2021

New SEAM’s Online Form

Looking for assistance with financial aid, registration, or student accounts? Starting June 1, JHU students can submit an online form to get the support they need quickly and easily.

New online form

COVID Vaccines

All students coming to campuses in the U.S. this fall who do not have exemptions are required to be vaccinated. Onsite vaccine clinics available throughout the summer. Vaccinations are free.
For those international students arriving from abroad who may not have access to a U.S.– or W.H.O.–authorized vaccine before returning to campus, Johns Hopkins will offer a grace period until September 30 to submit proof of vaccination. The university will provide free vaccination upon arrival for those traveling to a U.S.

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Johns Hopkins Makes Juneteenth an Annual University Holiday

Johns Hopkins will observe the anniversary of Juneteenth as an official university holiday this year and in future years. Because June 19 falls on a Saturday this year, the university will be closed for classes and other business on Friday, June 18, in observance of the Juneteenth holiday.

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Online Bookstore

The Summer 2021 online bookstore is now open! Getting your materials is quick, easy and worry-free. For time-sensitive materials, please order early due to longer transit times. Estimated delivery dates are generally accurate but not guaranteed.

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Bias, Privilege, and Allyship in Academia Workshop for Postdocs and Doctoral Students

Tuesday, June 15, 2021 | 4:30 to 6:00 p.m.
Johns Hopkins Teaching Academy organizes a two-part workshop series titled Bias, Privilege, and Allyship in Academia, which aims to provide opportunities to reflect upon fellow graduate students’ and postdoctoral trainees’ experiences and acquire insights for informing cultural humility and allyship in future roles as educators.

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Fall 2021 Registration Reminder

Fall 2021 registration began on April 12, 2021. The School of Education plans to offer its academic offerings in online and in-person formats for Fall 2021, subject to current health guidelines. The School of Education will discontinue its modified Pass/Fail grading policy for the Fall 2021 term.

For Fall 2021, any student initially registering for Fall 2021 classes on or after August 16 will be charged the late registration fee.

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Late Registration Fee Reminder

The SOE late registration fee policy has changed. Effective with the Summer 2021 term and thereafter, students registering for the first time within two weeks of the start date of the term (regardless of first-class meeting dates of individual classes) will be charged an additional $100 as well as the registration fee of $175.

For the Fall 2021 term, those students registering on or after August 16th will be charged the $100 late registration fee, in addition to the $175 registration fee.

COVID-19 Information and Resources

Up-to-date information and resources for students. 

June 18
Juneteenth holiday observed, no classes held

July 5
Fourth of July holiday observed, no classes held

August 23
Summer 2021 Semester ends

August 30
Fall 2021 Semester begins

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ASCD Annual Conference (virtual)
June 23 – 25

Virtual Educators Rising National Conference
June 24 – 27, 2021

ASCA Annual Conference 
July 11-14, 2021

Education Week’s Virtual Career Fair for Teachers
July 22, 2021|10 a.m.–4 p.m. July 23,2021| 10 a.m.–4 p.m.

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Graduate Assistant

The Graduate Assistant for Student Outreach & Support (SOS) will work directly with and under the supervision of the Assistant Director of Student Outreach & Support at Homewood. This position provides administrative and triaging support to the four case managers in SOS as well as provides 1:1 support with Hopkins undergrad students. This role addresses the needs of students who have problems in areas such as physical or mental health, finances, discipline, and social adjustment that may affect their academic performance or other aspects of their college experience, using a variety of interventions, referrals and follow up services. For more info about the position, email Elizabeth Winberry at

Program Director

The Summer Arts and Learning Academy is seeking a Program Director for their summer program. This position will work closely with the Education Director on all aspects of teaching and learning within the program and will also work with the COO and CEO and other directors in terms of thought leadership and helping to build and maintain a cohesive and healthy organization whose day to day operations align with its core values. More info/apply here.

Summer School Teachers  

Anne Arundel County Public Schools is seeking temporary summer school teachers to provide instruction for AACPS Summer Program. Plan instructional opportunities that addresses both academic and social-emotional needs of all students. Ensure active student engagement to help ensure appropriate student interactions and behaviors in classrooms and throughout school. Promote cooperative and collaborative relationships among and between students. Counsel students when adjustment and academic problems arise. Prepare weekly reports on student progress to share with students. Maintains attendance and other required records. More info/apply here.


The Student Newsletter is brought to you by the Office of Student Affairs, which oversees and administers all out-of-classroom services that complement a student’s academic experience. This includes anything that maintains their safety and well-being, helps them persist until graduation, and encourages their overall success.

Teri Murray

Director of Student Affairs

Jenny Eddinger

Assistant Director of Student Affairs