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Johns Hopkins Pre-College Programs

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Baltimore, MD

Type of Program / Who can apply:
College Preparatory/International


Program Dates:
Session I: July 7 - 20 Session II: July 21 - August 3

Residential Tuition is $2,160 per Session I or II program. Commuter Tuition is $1,320 per Session I or II program. Residential Tuition for both Sessions: $3,240 Commuter Tuition for both Sessions: $1,980

Program Overview:
Discover Hopkins Programs are intensive programs designed to expose you to topics from different perspectives. For instance, observe
top researchers and listen to experts at Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions, as you survey the latest in environmental health. Instructors
will lead you through your topic with a morning lecture. The experts captivate your afternoons--faculty, alumni, and other guest speakers
who are leading researchers or practitioners on the subject. We don't stop here--we enhance your learning of the topic with a variety of guided field trips in Maryland, Washington, D.C., Pennsylvania, Virginia, or West Virginia.

Program Offering:
Bioethics in Policy and Society: Tough Choices in Scientific Advancement, Health Care, and Public Health Food, Nutrition and Public Health Application of Abnormal Psychology to Forensic Cases
Hopkins Medicine: Fostering Healthy Communities
The Hospital
Determinants of Infectious Disease
Mind, Brain and Beauty

Sample Schedule / Life on Campus / Extra Opportunities:
Throughout the summer, you’ll enjoy organized activities—concerts, outdoor films, barbeques, and trips to Baltimore’s Inner Harbor,
Washington, D.C., local historic sites, and Hershey Park amusement park. Program participants have toured Baltimore museums and the
Hopkins Medical Institutions, as well as attended workshops on admission to both the Hopkins undergraduate program and the Hopkins Medical School. While on campus, take advantage of such outstanding facilities as our Digital Media Center and music practice rooms in the Mattin Center, the climbing wall at the new Recreation Center, and much more. (Activity fees may apply.)

Life on Campus
Students will be living in the AMR residence halls. Roommate requests are not permitted, as meeting new people is part of the college experience. Meal service will begin with dinner on the night of check in and will end after breakfast on the day you are checking out. All bed
linens, including blankets, pillows, bath towels and washcloths, are provided by the University. Dress is casual. Students will be expected
to be back in their rooms by 12 midnight every night. There will be a room check by a residential advisor. Students should leave their TV
sets and large stereo systems at home as there will be so many other activities they will not be missed! Students can bring their musical
instruments as many of their classmates are talented musicians and may want to get a group together. Many students bring their cameras
for photos with all of their new friends!

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