COVID-19 information and resources for JHU

University News

Johns Hopkins to finish spring semester online
Published March 18, 2020
University will hold virtual Commencement ceremony, suspends all in-person events until further notice
Hopkins grad programs among nation's best in 'U.S. News' rankings
Published March 17, 2020
Programs in education, engineering, public affairs, medicine, and nursing are recognized in annual list from 'U.S. News & World Report'
Jane Schlegel named JHU's first vice president and chief administrative officer
Published March 13, 2020
Schlegel, who has served as Bloomberg School's COO and CFO since 2009, will oversee the areas of human resources, procurement, information technology, and risk management and compliance
University shares HR guidance for faculty and staff
Published March 12, 2020
Employees should telework when possible; university has taken steps to ensure employees who must self-quarantine are able to do so
University suspends spring study abroad
Published March 12, 2020
New coronavirus advisories prompt decision to return undergraduates to permanent residences
How to adapt courses for online learning
Published March 12, 2020
Faculty and staff with experience in online instruction offer practical tips and advice as Johns Hopkins transitions courses to remote learning in response to coronavirus outbreak
University transitioning to remote instruction
Published March 10, 2020
Undergraduate and graduate classes will continue online, students are encouraged not to return to campus after spring break
University experts to advise mayors on coronavirus
Published March 10, 2020
COVID-19 Local Leaders Initiative spearheaded by Michael Bloomberg uses expert guidance to support public health response to coronavirus
Hopkins in the news
Behind the scenes of the Johns Hopkins COVID-19 response
Published March 9, 2020
'60 Minutes' segment tours the Hopkins 'command center' where 40 scientists, engineers, and nurses work to prepare for the spread of coronavirus / 60 Minutes
Men's basketball
JHU to host NCAA DIII tournament games without fans amid COVID-19 concerns
Published March 6, 2020
Blue Jays will host first-, second-round games this weekend in an empty Goldfarb Gym; individuals who purchased tickets in advance can contact the Department of Athletics for a refund