Off Campus Housing Resources
The University offers information about housing to all students. Information may be obtained by contacting the Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions Off-Campus Housing Office. Although on-campus housing is not available to nursing students, the off-campus housing office offers many resources for finding a place to live in Baltimore and the surrounding counties. There is also a message board section to post requests for roommates, as well as a section for furniture for sale. If you would like to speak with someone at the School of Nursing about housing and moving to Baltimore contact the Office of Student Affairs, 410-955-7545.
The 929 Building is the closest housing accommodation to the East Baltimore Medical Campus where the Bloomberg School is located. All units include premium amenities such as hardwood flooring, stainless steel appliances and granite countertops with access to a 24-hour fitness center, 24-hour courtesy desk, controlled access entry, high speed wi-fi, weekday morning coffee bar and a garden rooftop terrace.
Renters insurance is inexpensive and strongly recommended! Do not assume that your landlord’s insurance will cover your personal property if there is a fire, flood, or theft. Your clothes, jewelry, furniture, laptop, electronics, etc. all add up! Landlords may also require proof of rental insurance before the lease is signed.
· If possible, try to visit Baltimore in advance and view your housing options before you commit to a lease.
· Average student rent in Baltimore is $800-$1200 per month. This may or may not include utilities.
· If you do not plan to bring a car, look for housing that is located on the Johns Hopkins shuttle route or other public transportation.
· If you do bring a car, ask about parking options.
· For your safety, find out what security measures are in place (front door security, door/window locks, alarms, etc.), view crime reports and try to live on a busy street.
· The School of Nursing does not endorse any of the property owners or companies listed on the off-campus housing site or any other company, product or service by virtue of making this service accessible to the Hopkins community.
· The School of Nursing does not inspect properties; students are responsible for determining suitable housing.
Guide to Moving to Baltimore
Please refer to our Guide for Moving to Baltimore to learn more about the neighborhoods where many School of Nursing students live and the amenities that they enjoy in their area.
PLEASE NOTE: The Johns Hopkins University does not endorse any of the property owners/companies listed on this page or the Johns Hopkins Housing website or any other company, products or services by virtue of making this service accessible to the JHU community.
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