We've put together the following information to help you with your transition into the Graduate Program. Feel free to contact the Office of Admissions and Student Services if you have any questions or concerns. We can be reached by phone at 410-955-7548 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Be sure to keep a copy of all submitted documents and to update the Office of Admissions and Student Services with any address, phone number or email changes.
Mail, email, or fax form to:Johns Hopkins University School of NursingOffice of Admissions & Student Services525 North Wolfe StreetBaltimore, MD 21205
Pre-Entrance Health Form
Note: Questions about the form should be directed to University Health Services at 410-955-3250. Completed forms must be received by the deadline so that University Health Services can provide you with health clearance and avoid any registration "holds."
Johns Hopkins University's policy states all students must maintain adequate health insurance coverage. School of Nursing students may purchase insurance through the Student Health Program (SHP) or provide their own comparable health insurance coverage by completing a waiver form.
Questions? Contact the Student Accounts Office.
Johns Hopkins Medicine—the Johns Hopkins Hospital and Health System and the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine—have instituted a mandatory influenza vaccination policy requiring all healthcare personnel and employees to receive a flu vaccination if they:
As a member of the Johns Hopkins healthcare family, the School of Nursing follows the same policy. All students are required to be vaccinated annually. This requirement should be completed during the fall semester. Free vaccinations will be available to all nursing students at The Johns Hopkins Hospital from early October through December.
Background Check Report with Proof of Criminal History Clearance and Urine Drug Screen
All students must complete a criminal background check through PreCheck prior to orientation and urine drug screen within six weeks of enrolling. Once complete, your full history report will automatically be sent to the Office of Admissions and Student Services. You can view your report for 90 days after completion by going to http://mystudentcheck.com.
It is highly recommended to print a copy for your records. Students are obligated to report any changes to the information appearsing in their criminal background check after matriculation to the Associate Dean for Enrollment Management and Student Affairs. Changes may need to be reviewed by the appropriate Academic Progressions Committee to assess the need for further action.
Proper CPR certification is required prior to orientation. Certification options
Mail, email, or fax a copy to:Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing
Students must submit official transcripts verifying the completion of courses and/or the awarding of a final degree if you completed courses after your acceptance.
Send to:Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing
Note: if it is not possible to get an official transcript, a letter on school letterhead validating the completion of all your outstanding coursework and/or indicating the grade or verification of a completed degree will be accepted for enrollment into the program.
If you are anticipating student financial aid or loans to cover your living expenses, it is important to keep the green Higher One envelope. It contains your card--the key to unlocking your refund preference. Cards will be sent to the mailing address you registered with the School of Nursing.
If you have any questions about the Student Refund Process, contact Student Accounts at SONStudentAccounts@jhu.edu.
Note: If you are working at a hospital - most hospitals include this training as part of their orientation process. If you are not working at a hospital you can view information on online training through the Johns Hopkins Hospital.
Send Tuberculin Screening Release Form to:Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing
Send Registration Form to:Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing
Students have access to over 100 computers throughout our buildings. Many also find it convenient to own a laptop for use at home or while in the building. If you already own a computer you wish to use for school work, ideally it should be no older than four years old with sufficient processing power and memory to run current versions of Microsoft Office and Symantec Antivirus, and possibly more demanding applications such as statistical software and Second Life.
Use of personal laptops within the school is encouraged. The school supports a high-speed wireless network with coverage throughout all of the school buildings. The SON Help Desk, part of an array of IT services offered by the ITS department, offers on-site technical assistance for students, including support of student laptops. Computer Recommendations