We ensure students have access to the key academic, administrative, and support services they need to be successful at each step of the educational journey.
From finding ways to pay for graduate school to exploring public health careers to handling life's challenges in between, the Bloomberg School provides its students with end-to-end services that are overseen by the Office of Student Affairs. The Student Affairs team is committed to helping all Bloomberg School students access the tools, resources, and support they need to make the most of opportunities at the School, engage fully in the School community, and reach their academic and professional goals.
Find information on need-based aid, federal work-study, federal and private loans, and other funding options.
Learn about new student orientation, find co-curricular development opportunities, connect to the school community, or access a wide spectrum of support.
Health Benefits and Insurance
Learn about affordable health, dental, and vision coverage options and accessing the University Health Center.
Explore opportunities, get advice, and connect with employers.
Student Accounts and Business Services
Pay bills or ask questions about tuition, fees, tax credits, and more.
Records and Registration
Find registration information, learn about veterans benefits, access official documents and academic records, and more.
Learn how to apply, connect with current students, or plan a visit.
Get Involved in Baltimore
Take advantage of outreach and service opportunities in health and social justice through SOURCE, the School’s community engagement and service-learning center.
The Course Catalogue
The Course Catalogue is a who, what, when, where, and how index to the Bloomberg School. It is published online each June and highlights School policies and resources.
Diversity and Inclusion
Diversity, equity, and inclusion are cornerstones of the Bloomberg School experience. Discover more about how they inform all aspects of the School, from admissions and mentorship to internships and outreach.
A variety of policies are in place to help support and protect our students.
Academic Writing Resources
Bloomberg School students who want to improve their writing skills can access a number of classes and resources on campus.
- The BSPH Writing Center pilot offers degree-seeking students free, individual conferences with experienced tutors, all of whom are careful and perceptive readers of all types of writing done at the School.
- The JHM Professional Development and Career Office offer several writing resources, including grant writing, for JHSPH doctoral and postdoctoral students.
- The Welch Medical Library offers a variety of helpful writing resources and support.
English for Academic Purposes
This course is designed for students whose first language is not American English and/or whose higher education experience in U.S. institutions is limited. The class is offered free of charge only to enrolled degree-seeking Bloomberg School students. Students must obtain consent from the Student Affairs Office to take this class. Enrollment is limited to 15 students.
- Before requesting consent, students should take this self-assessment tool
Office of Student Affairs
Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
615 N. Wolfe Street, E1002
Baltimore, Maryland 21205-2179