Student Newsletter


Updated January 4, 2022

2022 Spring registration

The Spring 2022 regular registration period ends on Jan. 7, 2022. If you have not registered for Spring 2022, you are strongly encouraged to do so before Jan. 7, 2022.

2022 School of Education Graduation

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

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Mental Health Resources

The end of the semester can be a very stressful time. As educators and counselors this stress may be worsened by the ongoing pandemic and the recent shooting at a Michigan high school. Please remember that there are mental health resources available to SOE students.

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SOE Building Hours

  • From January 5 thru January 23, the Education Building will be open Monday thru Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. and closed on the weekends.
  • On January 24, we will resume normal operating hours of: Monday thru Thursday 8 a.m. to 10 p.m., and Friday & Saturday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Instagram Shout-Outs

Are you a change agent working to transform education? Would you like to be featured on the SOE Instagram? Submit your information using the form below and check out our Instagram every Wednesday for student shout-outs.

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Student Health Insurance Open Enrollment

Nov. 15 – Feb. 15

Health and wellness are key components in a meaningful, successful Johns Hopkins experience. To help you achieve this, JHU sponsors a Student Health Benefits Plan (SHBP) for eligible students.  Once registered for spring classes, newly admitted degree seeking students will see the option to enroll in the plan the next day. Students who have health insurance from another provider should not enroll in the plan. International students, with an F1 or J1 visa status are required to purchase the university plan and will be automatically enrolled. Continuing students who were enrolled in the plan for the summer/fall semester will automatically be re-enrolled in the plan once registered for spring 2022 classes.

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COVID-19 Information and Resources

Up-to-date information and resources for students. 

Nov. 15-Jan. 24
Spring 2022 registration open

Jan. 7
Regular registration for Spring 2022 ends

Jan. 8-11
Spring registration suspended. Courses with insufficient enrollment will be cancelled.

Jan. 10
Late registration fee added for students initially registering for spring term

Jan. 12
Spring registration resumes at 7:00 a.m. ET

Jan. 24
Graduation application deadline

Jan. 24
Spring semester classes begin

Feb. 15
Student Health Insurance enrollment deadline

SOE 2022-2023 academic calendar
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Feb. 7 – 10
TCEA (Technology in Education) conference
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May. 20 | 7 p.m. ET
2022 School of Education Graduation
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ITGL Teaching and Technology Specialist

ITGL Teaching and Technology Specialist

The International Teaching and Global Leadership (ITGL) Cohort program invites applicants for the position of ITGL Teaching and Technology Specialist (Teaching Assistant). The specialist will assist in providing course and technology support to and facilitating communication between the students and faculty.

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Adjunct Instructors

Adjunct Instructors

The Kids on Campus program at Howard Community College (HCC) is searching for instructional aides and adjunct instructors for summer 2022. HCC is looking for enthusiastic education majors who are looking for full-time summer employment. This is a great opportunity and experience for future teachers. The links to the job descriptions and applications are below.

Kids on Campus Instructional Aide

Kids on Campus Adjunct Instructor

Program Manager, Mental Health

Program Manager, Mental Health

The Program Manager is directly responsible for the training, supervision, and professional development of Family Peer Support Services Team Supervisors who each directly oversee the provision of services by Family Peer Support Specialists. This role ensures program development opportunities are pursued and contributes to the development, cultivation and stewardship of partner relationships that advance the organization’s goals. Bachelor’s degree preferred, preferably in a human services field, or minimum of five years of experience working with families caring for children with behavioral health challenges.  More info/apply


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