Visiting Johns Hopkins University
Thank you for your interest in the Department of Classics. For a visit to our department, interested undergraduate applicants should contact the Office of Undergraduate Admissions. Prospective graduate students should e-mail a request to email@example.com. Please provide at least two weeks' notice when requesting a visit. If you would like to learn more about visiting Johns Hopkins in general, or about the surrounding area, please see the JHU Visitor Information page.
Prospective graduate students: The Graduate Affairs and Admissions Office typically offers a tour of the campus every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. Applicants should check the Visit Us web page to verify the scheduled tour prior to arrival. A student-produced online tour of our campus can also be found here.
For information on applying to and visiting Johns Hopkins University as a prospective undergraduate, please see the Office of Undergraduate Admissions website.
Below you will find information on admissions as well as application instructions.
Admissions Process and Application Information
Please visit the Graduate Admissions web site for information on the application process, tuition and other expenses, instructions for domestic and international students, and a link to the online application.
See Frequently Asked Questions for additional information and assistance. After reading the FAQ page, if you have further questions, please contact the Graduate Admissions Office by using their contact form.
All applicants are required to complete the online application. Upon starting an application, applicants will receive an email containing a PIN (personal identification number) and password, which are generated by the online application system. The PIN and password are necessary for accessing the ApplyYourself/Hobsons application, to monitor the application status, and to view the receipt of supplemental materials.
Applicants are urged to submit all required supplementary materials electronically; doing so will avoid delays in processing the prospective student's admissions file.
A complete application consists of the following (details are provided by clicking on each link):
Statement of Purpose
Letters of Recommendation
TOEFL or IELTS (international applicants only)
Supplementary Application Form (if applicable)
TESTING INFORMATION: Institution Code 5332
GRE Department Code 2901 | TOEFL Department Code 13
If you are experiencing problems accessing the on-line application or supporting forms, please feel free to contact the Graduate Admissions Office using their contact form.
For Fall 2014 admission, the application deadline is January 15, 2014, at
11:59 PM Eastern Standard Time (UTC-5). Spring admission is not offered.
See Programs of Study for more information.
A mailing label and cover sheet are required for all materials submitted to Graduate Admissions by mail or delivery service. Once an applicant has submitted an application, an e-mail will be sent to the applicant with the ApplyYourself Application ID. It is always best to include the Application ID number on the Cover Sheet for any materials submitted in hard copy.
NOTE: The Graduate Admissions Office accepts only regular mail, Certified Mail, UPS, DHL and FedEx deliveries.
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