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Offices and Services

Physical Fitness & Well-Being

BSPH recognizes the need for physical activity, healthy foods, and sleep.

Fitness Center

The Bloomberg School offers a private fitness center for students, faculty, and staff.

The facility, located on the ninth floor of the Wolfe Street building, is a satellite of the Denton A. Cooley Center and features state-of-the-art Life Fitness strength equipment.

It provides a safe workout environment for faculty, staff, and students with a sweeping view of Baltimore.

Featured Equipment

  • Life Fitness strength equipment
  • Treadmills
  • Elliptical trainers
  • Upright and recumbent bikes
  • Adjustable benches
  • Fifteen-inch flat-screen television at each cardiovascular training machine
  • Showers and locker facilities

Physical Health Resources

Your physical health is an important part of your overall well-being. Learn more about the physical health resources available to BSPH students below. 

Denton A. Cooley Center

Full-time BSPH students are provided membership to the Denton A. Cooley Center with tuition. Membership gives you equal access to two great sites: The Denton A. Cooley Center and the Bloomberg School of Public Health 9th Floor Fitness Center.

Yawns Hopkins

Sleep well. Be well.  Sleep is an integral part of health and well-being. If you are finding it hard to concentrate on your work, feeling stressed, or physically tired, you may not be getting enough or quality sleep at night.

Learn about the sleep hygiene and habit-formation resources available to you at Hopkins. 

University Health Services

University Health Services (UHS) provides medical, mental health, and wellness services to students, residents, fellows, and trainees on the Johns Hopkins East Baltimore campus. 

Full-time, active students have access to UHS, regardless of enrollment in the Student Health Program (SHP) insurance.

Well-Being Resources

Want to explore more physical health resources available to students at BSPH? Explore the full list of resources with this comprehensive guide.

Resources are available to support students in the area of diet, sleep, COVID-19, food security, substance use, and more.