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.

Spend Your Summer at JHU
Spend Your Summer at JHU

We partner with other university divisions and local organizations to offer summer programs for K-12 and college students. Find a program that's right for you.

Israeli Students Team with JHU Students
Israeli Students Team with JHU Students

Israeli students visit campus to learn from JHU in tech transfer class.

Science Can Be Delicious
Science Can Be Delicious

Students visit campus to learn the chemistry of bread baking and the art of community giving.


  • Fourth-graders learn the science of baking bread

    Tuesday, April 15, 2014

    Chances are, sometime today you will eat a little bread. Maybe you will eat a ham and cheese sandwich for lunch. Maybe you will dip a piece of Italian bread into your spaghetti sauce at dinner. Bread is one of those things that you might take for granted. But about 450 fourth-graders from four Montgomery County schools recently got a new taste of bread, when they learned what is in it, how to bake it and the importance of sharing it.

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  • Cancer Biology Class Launches at JHU Montgomery County Campus

    Monday, April 14, 2014

    For the first time, Johns Hopkins University is offering a course called “Biology of Cancer” to undergraduate students. The launch will be this summer at the university’s Montgomery County Campus.

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  • Science Can Be Delicious

    Wednesday, April 9, 2014

    Science can be delicious. That’s the lesson more than 400 Montgomery County Public Schools students learned when they visited Johns Hopkins University’s Montgomery County Campus in April and participated in the King Arthur Flour Bake for Good: Kids Learn Bake Share program.

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Upcoming Events

  • Sting Art Exhibit

    April 7, 2014

    The campus will showcase the work of Jennifer Droblyen. The theme of the exhibit is "sting," with pieces focusing on bees and jellyfish.

  • Health IT Forum: Bring Your Own Device

    May 1, 2014

    Health IT Forums are a partnership among Johns Hopkins University, the Montgomery County Chamber of Commerce, the Tech Council of Maryland and Montgomery Economic Development.

  • Shady Grove Farmers Market

    11 a.m. - 2 p.m. Wednesdays, May 7-Oct. 29

    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.

  • Arts & Sciences Research Symposium

    May 13, 2014

    Please join this special event featuring student presentations, a networking reception and a special keynote address from Peter D. Gabriele, Vice President, Research & Development, Secant Medical.

  • Gaithersburg Book Festival

    May 17, 2014

    Johns Hopkins University's Montgomery County Campus is proud to be an annual sponsor of the Gaithersburg Book Festival.

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