While on-campus housing is not available for SOE graduate students, the following off-campus housing resources in Baltimore City are listed below.
Please note that Johns Hopkins University School of Education does not endorse or recommend any particular off-campus housing, and is not responsible for the safety and security of the housing listings posted on this site; therefore, we urge you to inspect these options carefully, and discuss the details of the leasing agreements with the respective landlords.
Please note public transportation is not available from the Homewood Campus to the Columbia Center. In most programs, students are expected to travel to different campuses for classes. Traveling time during the non-rush hours between Homewood and Columbia is 35 minutes. (approximate times – depending on routes of travel).
JHU Off-Camus Housing
SOE students may visit the Off-Campus Housing website at http://pages.jh.edu/~hds/offcampus/. This office only has information about rentals near the Homewood Campus in Baltimore.
Please note – these resources are not affiliated with Johns Hopkins University; they are provided as a source of reference and do not offer any discounts or special accommodations for JHU students.
- Johns Hopkins Off-Campus Housing Website (Baltimore listings)
- The Johns Hopkins Gazette (classifieds – Baltimore City & County listings)
- Explore Howard County (rentals in Columbia Center area – click on real estate for rent)
- The Baltimore Sun (rentals)
- LiveBaltimore.com (interactive website that will help you explore Baltimore city neighborhoods – rental and sales)
Apartments for Teachers at discounted prices in Baltimore
- Union Mill in the Hamden neighborhood, Baltimore – space for teachers and non-profit
- Millers Court in South Charles Village neighborhood, Baltimore – discounts for teachers
- Apartments surrounding the Homewood Campus – (site supported by JHU Off Campus Housing)
- Apartment complexes in the area (Baltimore City/County – site supported by the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine)
If you are interested in sharing an apartment with a roommate, you are welcome to post a request to the SOE Facebook site under the discussions tab or send a tweet our way at @jhueducation, and we’ll RT to our followers. You can also submit a classified ad to the SOE Tuesday Announcements at email@example.com or to the JHU Gazette newspaper.
Renters should, as always, exercise caution in selecting landlords and roommates.
** If you would like crime statistics for a certain neighborhood in the Homewood campus area, please call the JHU Investigative Unit at 410-516-6629. Also, there is a “Community Safety Walk through the Charles Village (Homewood Campus area)” – for more information visit their website at: http://www.jhu.edu/security/CrimePrevention_NeighborhoodWalk.html.