Johns Hopkins has a broad range of services and resources in place to ensure the physical, mental, and emotional well-being of their students.
Student Health Center
Johns Hopkins Student Health and Wellness Center on Johns Hopkins Homewood campus is open six days per week to address student health concerns, free of charge. Certified healthcare professionals provide primary care, including injury and illness treatment, routine gynecologic care, immunizations, and travel consultation.
All students are required to carry health insurance, through either JHU or another provider with comparable coverage.
The Center for Health Education and Wellness (CHEW) is the health promotion arm of the Student Health and Wellness Center, providing health education programming and services to students to foster a healthier JHU community.
Your mental health is as important to Johns Hopkins as your physical health, so representatives from our Counseling Center are available for consultations, individual or group therapy, or psychiatric evaluations. Their services are confidential and free.
Sexual Assault Response & Prevention
The Sexual Assault HelpLine (410-516-7333) gives students free access to trained, professional counselors 24/7. A sexual assault resource website launched in the summer of 2014 provides clear, accessible, and consolidated information on sexual assault policies and available services and support in the event of an incident of sexual assault or sexual violence.
Our O’Connor Recreation Center features an indoor track and pool, a 2,500-square-foot weight room and fitness center, squash courts, and a climbing wall.
Student Wellness Resources
Johns Hopkins student wellness website serves allows users to explore Johns Hopkins health and wellness resources, news, and events Learn more about Student Wellness Resources here.