Thinking About Graduate School?
Thinking About Graduate School?

Four Johns Hopkins schools offer graduate programs on a part-time basis at the Montgomery County Campus.

Entrepreneurs Call Montgomery County Campus Home
Entrepreneurs Call Montgomery County Campus Home

Meet the companies located on our campus.

Best in Class
Best in Class

U.S. News & World Report ranked the School of Education No. 1.

Osher Wins $1 Million Grant
Osher Wins $1 Million Grant

Osher offers classes to retired and semi-retired adults.

News

  • VIDEO: Chemistry of Bread Baking

    Wednesday, April 1, 2015

    More than 300 MCPS students visited Johns Hopkins University to learn the science of bread baking. Fourth grade students from four elementary schools participated in the King Arthur Flour Bake for Good event where they learned the art and science of bread baking, with direct tie-ins to their science curriculum regarding the changing states of matter.

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  • Bread Science 101

    Tuesday, March 31, 2015

    The Divas of the Dry Ingredients and the Lords of the Liquids got right to work. They measured, mixed, kneaded, tossed and rolled -- all in the name of science.

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  • Maryland: Open for Business

    Thursday, March 26, 2015

    Maryland is open for business. That was the message at the 2015 Post-SelectUSA Chinese Investment in Maryland Showcase, held at the Johns Hopkins University Montgomery County Campus. At the showcase, representatives from roughly 15 Chinese companies were given an opportunity to learn about the benefits of investing in Maryland.

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Upcoming Events

  • Lewis Francis Photo Exhibit

    April 1 through May 29

    See the photography of Lewis Francis, who specializes in urban archaeology.

  • TechBreakfast

    8-10 a.m. Tuesday, April 28

    Calling all techies and entrepreneurs: TechBreakfast, a monthly networking event that gives entrepreneurs a chance to showcase their work, is coming to Johns Hopkins University’s Montgomery County Campus this fall.

  • Tree House Tour de Cookie

    May 2, 2015

    Cyclists of all ages are invited to participate in this exciting, fun-filled and delicious bike race/ride from one bake sale to the next.

  • Shady Grove Farmers Market

    Every Wednesday from May 6 through Oct. 28

    From candles to pickles, you’ll be able to find it at the Shady Grove Farmers Market, located on the Johns Hopkins University Montgomery County Campus.

  • Shady Grove Farmers Market

    Every Wednesday from May 6 through Oct. 28

    From candles to pickles, you’ll be able to find it at the Shady Grove Farmers Market, located on the Johns Hopkins University Montgomery County Campus.

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