Hopkins will be hosting its 3rd annual Humanities Overnight Program .Monday, March 2-Tuesday, March 3, 2020. A small group of high school juniors with an expressed interest in the humanities is invited to the undergraduate Homewood campus in Baltimore, Maryland. This is an incredible opportunity for top humanities students to spend 24 hours on the campus and meet with current students and faculty.This expenses-paid program will include opportunities to:learn more about the humanities experience at Hopkins, sit in on interdisciplinary classes, meet current professors and experts in their fields and attend a college essay writing workshop led by admissions officers and faculty members. Participants will stay overnight in on-campus housing. Meals, lodging, and transportation to and from campus will be paid for by the university.— Who would be a good candidate? Strong candidates are students who are taking a rigorous course load during their junior year (particularly in English, history, or other humanities-focused classes) and are succeeding academically. These should be promising students you feel would thrive in an academic environment like ours.— Timeline All nominations must be submitted by Monday, December 2, 2019. Students will be notified of their nomination in mid-December and can then apply directly to the program. To apply, they will need an unofficial copy of their high school transcript and junior year courses. Decisions will be released late-January. More information about the program can be found here. Please note: Space is limited. Students should not make travel plans until their spot in the program is confirmed by the Admissions Office. Applicants to the Humanities Overnight Program cannot be considered without a nomination.
Why the humanities at Hopkins? As the nation’s #1 research university, Johns Hopkins offers a distinctive experience for humanities students with unparalleled resources and interdisciplinary opportunities to learn from diverse perspectives, collaborate across fields, and make a global impact. Learn more.We look forward to receiving your nominations for this program. Please feel free to contact them with any questions.
Johns Hopkins Fly-in Program for Juniors