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Visiting the campus

Experience the campus for yourself.

Johns Hopkins University, founded in 1876 was America's first research university. The Homewood campus is comprised of 140 acres of green, inviting space and historic buildings within the vibrant city of Baltimore, MD. Undergraduates in the biomedical engineering program will find the Johns Hopkins' Homewood campus to be an active and energetic place to live and study. From classrooms to residence halls and performance spaces to winding paths through gorgeous landscaping, Homewood makes it easy for you to become part of the larger community.

One of the best ways to evaluate if JHU is the right fit for you is to visit the campus. Information sessions and guided tours are available most weekdays and on select Saturdays in the fall. Reservations are not required. See the Johns Hopkins University web site for more information on planning your on-campus visit.