Student Announcements

Health+Wellness

Last chance to win Garmin smart fitness watch or Amazon gift card
The Maryland College Alcohol Survey was emailed to all Peabody students and a sample of Homewood undergrads. Check your email to see if you have been selected. By participating, you will be entered to win prizes.
JHU Out of the Darkness Campus Walk
Join the Student Health and Well-Being Division for the 10th annual Out of the Darkness Campus Walk at JHU, hosted by the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention
Win Garmin fitness watch or one of 100 Amazon gift cards
The Maryland College Alcohol Survey was sent to all Peabody students and a sample of Homewood undergraduates. Check your email now to see if you've been selected. By filling out the survey, you will be entered to win prizes.
More Than Perfect: Understanding Your Inner Critic and Perfectionism
Learn to work with perfectionist and self-critical tendencies in a new way in this two-part workshop from the Homewood Counseling Center; registration is open to any currently enrolled JHU student or learner until Thursday, March 3
Sign up for the Student Health & Well-Being newsletter
This Week in Well-Being is an opt-in weekly newsletter for students and trainees; first issue comes out in the spring
OIE Annual Report available online
2020 statistics about the Office of Institutional Equity's activities have been posted on its website, and 2021 statistics will be released in the spring
Invitation for students to provide insight on gender-affirming care services offered by JHU Student Health & Well-Being
Student Health & Well-Being invites members of the JHU transgender and gender diverse communities to provide their insight on gender-affirming care services offered now or in the future by SHWB
Free Ballet and Modern dance classes for JHU students, registrations closing soon
Classes are scheduled Tuesdays through Fridays; no experience needed, sign up now
Full-time students have until Dec. 6 to take the Campus Climate Survey on Sexual Assault and Misconduct
The deadline has been extended to provide insight into the prevalence of sexual misconduct on campus
Emotional Adulting: Drop-in skills group
Emotional Adulting is a brief, drop-in skills group designed to help you work with your emotions from a space of compassion, awareness, nonjudgment, and curiosity; available to currently registered students and learners across the university