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In many ways, Baltimore is the heart of American health care education and opportunity. Home to the world-class Johns Hopkins institutions, the city is the site of two rapidly developing biotechnology centers and several nationally ranked hospitals. Federal agencies and international health organizations are just an hour away in Washington, DC, and Philadelphia and New York are easily accessible.

Our Campus Location

Johns Hopkins University's East Baltimore campus is home to the schools of Nursing, Medicine, and Public Health, plus Johns Hopkins Hospital.

The campus is a hub of cultural and social activities and is minutes away from culturally rich and exciting neighborhoods including Fells Point, Butcher's Hill, Patterson Park, Canton, Little Italy, and Harbor East.

The Homewood campus near Charles Village, Hampden, Remington, and Waverly offers its own blend of activities: guest lecturers, concert series, sports, films, a nationally ranked lacrosse team, and the Spring Fair—to name just a few. See how well you would fit in Baltimore—and how well Baltimore would fit you.
Johns Hopkins School of Nursing building
  • Homewood Campus

    Homewood Campus

    A shuttle ride or a short drive across town, the Johns Hopkins University Homewood campus offers a change of scenery, with plenty of cultural and sports activities to explore.
    Homewood Campus
  • Student Groups and Events

    Student Groups and Events

    No matter the health care or research interest, there is a student nursing group ready to welcome you. Find your place at the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing and learn what’s going on today.
    Student Groups and Events
  • Neighborhoods


    Baltimore’s quirky charms are everywhere, from Fells Point and Patterson Park near the East Baltimore campus to Hampden, Waverly, and Charles Village close by the Homewood campus. Learn more, and tells us your favorite localities.
    Explore Baltimore Neighborhoods
  • Hopkins Eco-Smart

    Hopkins Eco-Smart

    In 2007, Johns Hopkins University made a commitment to strive for a more sustainable community and the School of Nursing has since been working to be more "Hopkins Eco-Smart.”
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Our Community

Nurses with diverse backgrounds share a common drive to be the best. Read their stories and learn why you should join them.

View Additional Profiles

McKenzie Connors MSN
Program: MSN (Entry into Nursing) Program
Read McKenzie's Story
Nikki Akinleye MSN
Read Nikki's Story
Shelby Pitts DNP, MSN, RN
Program: DNP Executive
Read Shelby's Story
Lou Bartolo MSN
Program: MSN (Entry into Nursing) Program
Read Lou's Story
Sally Rives
Read Sally's Story
Chijioke Okeke-Ekpe MSN
Read Chijioke's Story
Kyoko Sato DNP, MSN/MPH, RN
Program: DNP Executive
Read Kyoko's Story
Jean Garcia Davis BS '08, RN
Program: MSN Public Health Nursing/MPH Joint Degree
Read Jean's Story

Your possibilities

Join a diverse blend of international and U.S. students, returned Peace Corps volunteers, members of the LBGTQ community, and individuals with disabilities. The Nu Beta chapter of the Sigma Theta Tau honor society is just one of many student organizations that suit any interest. Also check out our Career Services and Student Resources information.