Student Newsletter

 

Updated July 28, 2021

COVID Vaccines

All students coming to campuses in the U.S. this fall who do not have exemptions are required to be vaccinated. Free, onsite vaccine clinics are available throughout the summer, and will be available upon arrival for those traveling to the U.S. International students arriving from abroad who may not have access to a U.S.– or World Health Organization-authorized vaccine before returning to campus will have a grace period until September 30 to submit proof of vaccination.
Fully remote individuals, including 100 percent online students, are exempt from the compliance restrictions only if they will never be visiting JHU or traveling on behalf of JHU. They are not required to change their status in Prodensity, but are encouraged to do so.

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Virtual Event: “How COVID Changed Education”

On August 5 at 11 a.m. EDT, top Johns Hopkins experts discuss critical information on school reopening, the Delta variant, and more.

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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.

Online form

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.

Get started here

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. 

August 23
Summer 2021 Semester ends

August 30
Fall 2021 Semester begins

September 6
Labor Day, no classes held

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Virtual Event: “How COVID Changed Education” | August 5

Virtual Event: “How COVID Changed Education”

On August 5 at 11 a.m. EDT, top Johns Hopkins experts discuss critical information on school reopening, the Delta variant, and more.

More Information

 

Hop to the PHuture Networking and Hiring Event | September 30 – October 1

Attention Doctoral Students:

Preparing for the job search? Exploring diverse career paths? Looking to connect with future employers? 

Join us for our annual Hop to the PHuture Networking and Hiring Event!

This interactive, virtual event will take place September 30 – October 1 and will help you explore diverse career paths, connect with potential employers, attend panels and information sessions, and possibly lead to your next position.  

Hop to the PHuture is open to all doctoral and post-doctoral fellows. The event will be most beneficial to students at the Krieger School of Arts and Sciences, School of Education, School of Medicine, Whiting School of Engineering, School of Nursing, and Bloomberg School of Public Health. 

Pre-event training sessions will help you: 

  • Create / polish your job materials (resume, cover letter, C.V., Interviews)
  • Develop skills to successfully network with employers
  • Map out career fields, information sessions, and panel discussions of most interest to you
  • Help maximize your chances of getting hired! 

Register here to participate in Hop to the PHuture 2021.

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JHU Student Employment

SMILE is the University Experiential Learning platform that connects current students to paid campus internships and employment opportunities across Johns Hopkins University. This platform includes paid campus internships and a variety of student jobs, work-study and non work-study. Student employment and paid campus internships are some of the most valuable experiences of college life. These experiential learning opportunities provide our students the chance to:

Gain power skills (success skills)
Develop professional networks
Sharpen business communication skills
Access mentors
Experience various work environments
Make audacious moves
Design their life path

Visit SMILE to search for campus opportunities.

Community Health Specialist

University of Maryland St. Joseph Medical Center: the Community Health Specialist assists with the development and implementation of community health strategies and initiatives, providing coordination and support of the community health team. Specialists will assist in managing community outreach projects including communications, special events planning and other related activities. Bachelor’s Degree preferred or at least 1-2 years experience and training in a health related field. Two to five years of related or internship experience preferred.  Current CPR experience and/or Emergency First Aid training preferred.  More info/apply here.

High School Student Support Paraprofessional

City Neighbors High School is seeking a student support paraprofessional for the 2021-22 school year. The ideal candidate has work experience with high school students, an ability to make strong relationships with students and colleagues, is highly dependable and organized, and has experience with restorative practices, students with different abilities, and conflict mediation. Bachelor’s degree preferred.

Located in northeast Baltimore, City Neighbors High School is a public charter school serving approximately 400 students in grades 9-12, with graduation and attendance rates that are among the best in Baltimore City Schools. Our schools are committed to the vision of all children as capable, powerful, creative and worthy of the deepest respect. Our pedagogical mission focuses on project-based learning and arts integration.

Please check cityneighborsfoundation.org for more information on our schools. Submit cover letter and resume. No phone calls.

Special Education Teachers Needed

Catholic Charities has a diverse, equitable and inclusive environment of 2,000 employees serving children and families, people living in poverty, individuals with intellectual disabilities, the immigrant community, and seniors. Consistently named as a Baltimore Top Workplace, Catholic Charities offers great benefits, generous paid time off, and provide career opportunities where you can make meaningful differences in the lives of others as we fulfill our mission to love, serve, teach and work for justice. More info/apply here.

STUDENT AFFAIRS

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
teri.murray@jhu.edu

Jenny Eddinger

Assistant Director of Student Affairs