Practical Resources for Every Student

You have goals. We’re here to help you achieve them. As a student in a Johns Hopkins Engineering for Professionals program, you will be supported by a team of knowledgeable staff and experienced faculty dedicated to helping you craft an achievable path to complete your graduate studies—on your schedule. With helpful tools like course planning and access to tutoring, we are constantly evolving our student-focused services to support your success. Explore our services for students and let us know how we can further assist you by contacting the Student Academic Success Office.

Fall Registration Opens Monday, June 10 at 10 a.m.

We accept applications year-round. Some courses fill quickly, so register soon. For a complete list of dates, review the Academic Calendar. Find your program of interest for specific requirements.

How To Apply

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Student Travel Fund

Eligible students may apply to receive reimbursement for up to $2,000 per academic year toward conference fees, travel, and other expenses associated with presenting their work.

New Student Resources

Enrolling as a new student? Get all the details you need to start taking courses.

Current Student Resources

Browse additional resources for current students.

Academic Calendar

Find out when course registrations opens, the deadline to drop classes, session end dates and more.

Student Services Resources

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    Still wondering what the requirements are for your program of interest? What to know the status of your application? Contact our admissions team to get answers to your questions.

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    Academic Catalogs

    Get information on academic policies, a list of program committee members, and more. Search previous catalogs from the last six academic years. Search Academic Catalogs.

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    Disability Services

    New or current students: If you require accommodations for your studies with us, contact our Student Disabilities Services team for eligibility guidance and to secure services.

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    Veteran's Benefits

    Johns Hopkins is approved by the Maryland Higher Education Commission for the training of veterans, service members, eligible spouses and dependents under the provisions of the various federal laws pertaining to Department of Veterans Affairs educational benefits. Find out more.