What better way to learn about student clubs and organizations than to gather many of them into one room for a couple of hours and start chatting away. That in essence was Student Activities Day on June 5th. Seventeen SON and Tri-School … Read More »
The NSNA Annual Convention was held in Charlotte, NC between April 3rd and 6th this year, and JHUSON had five students who had the opportunity to attend. This year’s conference theme was “the HEALTHY campaign” which sought to spread awareness about the … Read More »
The office of admissions and student services has been busy this spring! We have been on the road in Charlotte, Chicago, and Ohio meeting great people and prospective students everywhere we go. Next week we will be at the Health … Read More »
After 27 years at Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing, Sandy Angell, the Associate Dean for Student Affairs retired on June 15th. On June 18th, we were happy to welcome Nancy Davis Griffin, the new Associate Dean for Enrollment Management … Read More »
The Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing bids farewell to and remembers Associate Dean for Student Affairs Sandra Angell and Admissions Director Mary O’Rourke. As they move on to new ventures we reflect on their legacy and students they mentored … Read More »
Over the Fall Semester, the Admissions staff covers a lot of ground meeting prospective students across the United States. If you not been keeping track of some of the place we have been, why not view the Google Map below. … Read More »
Explore the Possibilities…
Saturday, October 1, 2011, 9:30 am
Learn about opportunities for 2012 enrollment in:
Accelerated Bachelor’s of Science with a Major in Nursing
Master’s of Science in Nursing
Doctoral Programs (PhD and DNP)
For more information, including details about disability access, contact us at
410-955-7548 … Read More »
With Orientation right around the corner, there is no better time to check out the Accepted Students Forum on the JHUSON website. Here you will be able to communicate with other accepted students (and current students) and post information on … Read More »
Our Open House program will begin at 9am in the School of Nursing’s Pinkard Building at 525 N Wolfe Street. Registration, directions, and parking can be found by following the above link.
We look … Read More »
On Thursday, May 26th the Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing graduated its latest class of students! 122 undergraduates and 105 graduate students received their degrees at the Frances Merrick Performing Arts Center at the Hippodrome Theatre. This was a … Read More »
The Office of Admissions and Student Services is hard at work getting ready for New Student Orientation for the Accelerated Class of 2012 on May 23th-25th. As a sneak preview of what we are working on, here is your future … Read More »
With gas prices inching ever closer to $4/gallon, the daily commute by car becomes less and less desirable. If you are a nursing student at Johns Hopkins University, you might not have to worry about this if you do not drive to campus every day.
With students living in various parts of Baltimore City, there are several options to get to campus for class. Many students elect to use the JHU Shuttle if they live along the route between the Homewood Campus and the Medical Campus. Some students take the subway to JHH and then walk, while others take the light rail to either the shuttle or the subway. A newer trend is for students to catch the Charm City Circulator and then connect to the shuttle (the CCC Green Route from Fells Point to JHH will open this Fall). Even with all of these options, a few students drive, but a growing group utilizes pedal power. Let’s explore.