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Non-degree Students:    

To register for an Institute course as a non-degree student, please visit the Continuing Education Student Services page.   If you are experiencing difficulties with your registration for an Institute, please contact Continuing Education Student Services at 410-502-8053 or jhsph.cess@jhu.edu with your questions about the registration process.

Full payment is required at the time of registration. Please visit the Institute Tuition page for more information.  If a 3rd party sponsor will be paying for you, or you will be using tuition remission, please contact the Continuing Education Student Services office to submit the paperwork.​

As a non-degree student, during the registration process, you will be assigned a Johns Hopkins Enterprise Directory (JHED) credential (you will receive an email that tells you your JHED Login ID after you have submitted the application).  After you have received your JHED Login ID, you will need to activate your JHED credentials account, by going to: http://jhed.johnshopkins.edu/ and selecting 'Login'. Please retain this information so that you will be able to access the JHSPH Course Evaluation System - https://courseevaluations.jhsph.edu . This is where you will be able to provide feedback about courses you have taken at JHSPH and review ratings by other students on courses of interest. We value your feedback on courses that you take at JHSPH and really urge all students to complete the course evaluation form at the end of the course.

In order to receive communication from Summer Institute course instructors and access course materials, you must set up a CoursePlus account. If you have not done so already, please create a CoursePlus account as soon as possible by clicking this link. If you are having issues with CoursePlus, you can contact CTL HELP

Current Degree Students:

If you are a JHSPH student and are enrolled in a degree or certificate program at the Bloomberg School, please register through SIS just as you would for regular term courses.  

 

Changing Registration

Students may drop or add a course during the first day that the course is offered. After the first day that the course is offered, there will be no refund of tuition for dropped courses. It is not possible to add an institute course more than one day after the start date. 

Registration (including online courses) will end the day before the start of classes for the given section by 11:59 pm. Please note:  A $50 course change fee will be charged if a change in registration from academic credit to non-credit or non-credit to academic credit is requested for institute enrollments.

Students may add, drop, or make changes to a grade system for a course as per the following schedule. A course can neither be added nor the grade system changed after the stated deadlines.  Any drops will be processed as withdrawals and there will be no tuition refund.

Course DurationAdd/Drop Deadline
1-3 day coursesPrior to the first class.

Add/drop from 7am to 12pm on the first day of class only.
4-5 day coursesPrior to the second class.

Add/drop from 7am to 11:59pm.
6-9 day coursesPrior to the third class.

Add/drop during the first two days of classes from 7am to 11:59pm.
10-14 day coursesPrior to the fourth class.

Add/drop during the first three days of classes from 7am to 11:59pm.
15+ day coursesPrior to the fifth class.

Add/drop during the first four days of classes from 7am to 11:59pm.

Degree-seeking students may add or drop courses during the add/drop period via SIS Self Service.

Special Students Limited must use the add/drop form that is available in the Student Affairs Office (E1002).

Required JHU Sexual Misconduct Prevention Training 

The required Sexual Misconduct Prevention Training teaches students information and skills to safely intervene in situations that may lead to sexual misconduct, and it discusses students’ rights and responsibilities related to sexual misconduct. Sexual Misconduct includes sexual assault, sexual harassment, relationship violence and stalking. It is required that all students take this training to help contribute to a respectful and healthy campus community.

For a list of minimum system requirements to access this e-course, please visit the vendor's page.

If you experience technical difficulties in the course, please visit the vendor's support website. Many questions and navigation tips can be answered by visiting the Sexual Misconduct Training Website. For questions about this training requirement, email StudentAffairs@jhu.edu. For questions regarding problems logging into myLearning, please contact learning@jhu.edu.

Option for Pass/Fail Grades in Summer Institutes Courses

In a temporary departure from the Pass/Fail policy, every student enrolled in a course taken for academic credit during Summer Institute term of Academic Year 2021-2022 will be allowed to take the course as Pass/Fail if they wish to do so. Courses taken Pass/Fail this term will count towards graduation and program requirements (for degrees and certificate programs) as if they were taken under the Letter grade system, assuming that a Pass grade is earned. This policy is consistent with policies of the Council on Education for Public Health. The fee for grade system changes will also be waived for the term.

Many of the existing rules and considerations for electing the Pass/Fail grade system remain in place:

  • Students must follow the timeline shown on the Registration- Summer Institutes page, under "Changing Registration" to switch their grade system to Pass/Fail for a Summer Institute course.
  • If students elect to take a course for a Pass/Fail grade, their transcript will indicate either P (Pass; corresponding to a letter grade of A, B, or C), D, or F. Both D and F indicate a failing grade and are included in GPA calculations. A Passing grade is not included in GPA calculations.
  • Students who are on academic warning may not take core requirement courses for Pass/Fail grading since they are required to improve their GPA and taking a course for Pass/Fail cannot accomplish this.
  • Students who engage in an academic ethics violation forfeit their right to switch to Pass/Fail.
  • Students should confirm with their source of funding support to ensure Pass/Fail grades are sufficient. For example, traditionally some employers have required an A or B grade in order to provide reimbursement for tuition. Similarly students should be mindful of grade format requirements for programs or positions to which they may seek to apply in the future.

Please review the Pass/Fail policy and reach out to JHSPH.registra@jhu.edu with any questions regarding the Pass/Fail policy.

Course Evaluation

Please complete the course evaluation for your Summer Institute courses! Current degree students should be familiar with the course evaluation process, but non-degree students (including non-credit learners) also have the opportunity to provide feedback on their courses.  As explained above, as a non-degree student, during the registration process, you will be assigned a Johns Hopkins Enterprise Directory (JHED) credential (you will receive an email that tells you your JHED Login ID after you have submitted the application).  After you have received your JHED Login ID, you will need to activate your JHED credentials account, by going to: http://jhed.johnshopkins.edu/ and selecting 'Login'. Please retain this information so that you will be able to access the JHSPH Course Evaluation System - https://courseevaluations.jhsph.edu . This is where you will be able to provide feedback about courses you have taken at JHSPH and review ratings by other students on courses of interest. We value your feedback on courses that you take at JHSPH and really urge all students to complete the course evaluation form at the end of the course.