Please Note: Over the summer of 2020, in response to the Covid-19 pandemic, all Institute courses will be offered in an on-line, distance learning format. No courses will be offered on-site at the Bloomberg School's Baltimore campus. Since all courses will be taught online, all students will be able to complete coursework in their own homes, without traveling to Baltimore and seeking temporary housing.
Housing information is offered below for students planning to attend future Institutes in person in Baltimore
Students attending the Institutes must arrange for their own housing in Baltimore. Johns Hopkins University provides a number of resources that may be helpful to students seeking housing:
Baltimore Lodging for Summer Institute Students
- Housing Options in East Baltimore – information about lodging options close to JHSPH can be found through the Johns Hopkins Medical Institutes (JHMI) Office of Housing and Residential Life. Institute students may be particularly interested in short-term housing options.
- Short-term lodging at the 929 Building
- Hotels – There are also a wide variety of hotels in Baltimore, many of which offer discounts for Hopkins students and their families. When you contact the hotels, please mention that you are affiliated with Hopkins so that they can tell you of any special prices they offer to the Hopkins community. A list of hotels near the East Baltimore and Homewood campuses can be found here.
The Graduate Summer Institute of Epidemiology and Biostatistics makes specialized housing options available to its students. Students taking classes in this institute who are interested in obtaining more information about housing should visit their housing website for this institute.
The Center for Injury Research and Policy’s Summer Institute is held off-campus, and recommended housing/accommodation information is available on their website.