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Department of Health, Behavior and Society

Info For Current Students

Explore helpful information and resources curated for current students in the Department of Health, Behavior and Society. 

Programs and Handbooks

  • HBS Programs: Learn more about the Department's academic offerings, including our master's and doctoral programs, certificate programs, accelerated learning institutes, and postdoctoral training opportunities.
  • Student Handbooks (MyJHSPH login required): Reference the Department of Health, Behavior and Society's Student Handbooks for critical information about HBS programs and policies. 

Academic Resources

Student Affairs

  • Office of Student Affairs: Explore a centralized hub of important tools and resources for Bloomberg School students, including information about student life, student accounts, and more.  

Funding Resources

  • Office of Financial Aid: Learn more about funding options for studies at the Bloomberg School.
  • Graduate Student Funding Opportunities: Browse a continuously updated repository of federal and private funding opportunities intended for graduate students, courtesy of the Vice Provost for Research at Johns Hopkins University. 

Student Wellness

Housing and Transportation

Student Engagement

Student Involvement

  • Student Assembly: Learn more about the Student Assembly, which represents, preserves, and promotes the interests of all students across the Bloomberg School.
  • Student Groups: Learn more about current student groups at the Bloomberg School. 
  • Health, Behavior and Society Student Organization (HBSSO): Discover more about HBSSO, which represents student interests to the Department, acting as a liaison between students and HBS leadership and cultivating student engagement. 
  • SOURCE: Interested in community engagement and service-learning opportunities? Housed in HBS, SOURCE works to engage the Johns Hopkins University health professional schools and Baltimore communities in mutually beneficial partnerships that promote health and social justice. HBS faculty member, Mindi Levin, MS, is SOURCE's founder and director. 


Career and Professional Development Resources

Graduation and Alumni Relations