The Johns Hopkins University Office of Education oversees the academic programs and policies related to faculty and students. Working with the Provost, the Vice Provosts, the Vice Deans at our nine schools, faculty and students, the Education team works to improve research-based education across the University; oversees academic compliance efforts and coordinates university-level planning, review, and approval of new academic programs across academic divisions; and develops interdisciplinary educational opportunities for our students.
Home to more than 5,500 undergraduates, Johns Hopkins University provides students with the freedom to explore and combine academic interests.
Offering full-time graduate programs in all nine of its divisions, Johns Hopkins prepares graduate students to teach, work, and create “knowledge for the world.”
The postdoctoral community at Johns Hopkins University is strong, with roughly 1600 fellows spanning eight schools and two academic centers.
The Johns Hopkins University is accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education and is authorized by the Maryland Higher Education Commission.
Arising out of the interaction between teaching and learning, assessment provides a framework to ensure that all of our Johns Hopkins programs maintain rigorous standards, meeting the high expectations of students and faculty alike.
This policy provides a formal mechanism to resolve grievances.
Meet the Education Team.