For each course, instructors have prepared a packet of reading material that all participants are required to read prior to the start of class.
Upon registration confirmation, participants will receive directions for accessing the ARES electronic course reserves system where the course syllabus, readings, and other required materials will be posted.
Participants are encouraged to register early so they have adequate time to obtain course materials and complete the assigned readings before classes begin. It is each participant's responsibility to ensure that they have accessed the readings and completed assignments as directed prior to the start of the course.
Certificate of Participation
A certificate of participation will be issued to all who attend the Johns Hopkins Fall Institute.
Participants are expected to attend all sessions for the course(s) they are registered for, and are expected to complete all pre-course readings, classroom assignments and exercises as assigned by the course instructor. Grades are not issued for non-credit participants.
Students who take courses for Johns Hopkins graduate academic credit will be required to complete all pre-course readings, classroom assignments and exercises, as well as the final paper or exam as assigned by the instructor, due by the last day of the academic term (December 20, 2019), unless otherwise noted. Grades for JHU academic credit participants will be recorded on an official School transcript.
Students must select a course status at the time of registration and may not retroactively opt for academic status after the conclusion of the course.
The Johns Hopkins University does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, gender, religion, age, sexual orientation, national or ethnic origin, disability, marital status or veteran status in any student program or activity administrated by the University, or with regard to admission or employment.
Questions regarding Title VI, Title IX and Section 504 should be referred to the Office of Institutional Equity, Garland Hall 130, Telephone: +1-410-516-8075, (TTY): +1-410-516-6225
Accommodations for Persons with Disabilities
The Johns Hopkins University provides appropriate, necessary and reasonable accommodations to qualified students, faculty and staff who are disabled. Visit the School's Disability Support Services Office for complete information.