Student Newsletter

 

Updated September 13, 2021

Student Enrollment and Account Management

SEAM assists with questions related to student accounts, registration, and financial aid. Contact SEAM by using SEAM’s online form; visiting a SEAM office on the Homewood, Washington, D.C., and East Baltimore campuses; or calling 877-419-5131 to speak directly with a SEAM team member.

SEAM Website
SEAM Form

Indoor Masking and Food Policy

All Johns Hopkins affiliates on any JHU campus must wear a mask while inside, regardless of their vaccination status. This decision comes as a result of the most recent CDC recommendations.

Eating meals in indoor shared spaces is restricted to areas where a six-foot distance can be maintained. Designated meal areas are established inside the Education Building and are available from 3 to 5 p.m. when classes are in session. There are also tables outside for eating.

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Compliance Monitoring through Prodensity

Be sure to download and use Prodensity for daily health checks. The university will continue to use the Prodensity app to monitor compliance with JHU COVID safety policies, including the vaccination mandate. If you are a fully online student or an employee working on a 100% remote basis, or you do not plan to visit JHU campus or travel on behalf of JHU, go to Prodensity and set your status to “Off-campus” so that you no longer receive reminder emails. Other than resetting your campus status, no other action is required.

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The Annual Johns Hopkins Alumni Association Golf Outing

The 2021 Alumni Association golf tournament will take place on Friday, Sept. 24, at 8 a.m. at Renditions Golf Course. Alumni and current students are invited to take part – it’s great way to practice those networking skills, enjoy some exercise, and get outside!

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Student Health Insurance Open Enrollment

Health and wellness are key components in making your academic and personal experience at Johns Hopkins University meaningful and successful. To help you achieve this, JHU sponsors a Student Health Benefits Plan (SHBP) for eligible students. Once registered for fall classes the option to enroll will be available the next day if you need coverage.

Open Enrollment Dates for Health Insurance:
June 23, 2021– September 15, 2021
Dental and Vision Open Enrollment:
June 3, 2021 – September 15, 2021

Students can enroll in the plan via SIS Self-Service (look for the “Personal Info” tab and then select “Health Insurance”).

Additional information

Planning to graduate in spring 2022?

If you are planning to graduate in Spring 2022, you will need to apply for graduation by January 24. 2022.

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COVID-19 Information and Resources

Up-to-date information and resources for students. 

Nov. 22 – 28
Thanksgiving break, no classes held

Dec. 20
Last day of fall 2021 semester

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Hop-in Coaching: Coaching Sessions with IFC Coach Carey Borkoski, EdD | Fall 2021

Hop-in Coaching: Coaching Sessions with IFC Coach Carey Borkoski, EdD

What are your academic and professional goals? What are your core values? How are you honoring these values? How do your goals and core values align? These are just a few questions that you can explore in a Hop-in Coaching session. These sessions are being offered to SOE students for the first time this fall.  Coaches employ a set of tools that includes powerful questions, active listening, curiosity and staying in a moment all to unearth and amplify an individual’s values, interests, and gifts. While mentor and academic advising relationships thrive on giving advice and assessing choices and decisions, coaching relies on the art of inquiry and presence to impact individuals in client-guided topics and interest areas.  Whether you want to identify your core values, articulate academic or professional goals or just explore something that came up during the day, coaching offers a way to discern your own interests and plans from external pressures and influences. It represents s a collaborative way to practice listening to and trusting your intuition and finding your voice.

Regardless of experience, context, or circumstance, there are enormous personal and professional benefits to coaching. Trained coaches use powerful questions to elevate and unlock your potential and possibilities. Hop-in Coaches use authentic inquiry and active listening to help individuals and groups notice, name, and navigate their experiences.

If you are interested in participating in this unique opportunity to supplement your academic experience, please email soe.studentaffairs@jhu.edu by September 15

Sept. 30 – Oct. 1
Hop to the PHuture Networking and Hiring Event
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Oct. 4 – 7
Life Design Lab’s Future Fest at Homewood
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Oct. 7
National Virtual Teacher Job Fair
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Oct. 15 – 16
Maryland Counseling Association Annual Conference
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Oct. 26 –19
EDUCAUSE Conference
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Reimagine You at Johns Hopkins

Reimagine You at Johns Hopkins

Reimagine.jhu.edu is the newest one-stop-shop for all things career and answering all questions about the journey and process of life design. Reimagine is the united effort of every Johns Hopkins career department as well as the offices of Undergraduate Research, University Experiential Learning, Study Abroad, Hire Hopkins and Hopkins Connect (minds behind JHU’s mentoring platform, OneHop). Head to reimagine.jhu.edu and start exploring at reimagine.jhu.edu

Workforce Recruitment Program (WRP)

Workforce Recruitment Program (WRP)
Are you a student with a disability seeking an internship or job? A WRP recruiter will be interviewing students this fall! WRP is a recruitment program for students and recent graduates with disabilities. It serves as a primary pipeline for bringing new talent into the federal government. Find an internship or permanent position at federal agencies Explore careers in federal service Gain interviewing experience.  Student registration open August 23 – October 11 at www.wrp.gov/wrp.

Counseling Practicum and Internship Opportunities

STUDENT AFFAIRS

The Office of Student Affairs 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