Total Enrollment: 21,092
Institution Size: 10,000 - 19,999
Campus Setting: Urban
Religious Affiliation: Not applicable
Highest Degree Offered: Doctoral and first-professional
School Calendar Type: Semester
Total Undergrad Enrollment: 5,935
Total Grad Enrollment: 15,157
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Great opportunity to do real research (for credit) at the medical school, NASA, or places in DC. Great physical sciences / engineering & bio/chem.
Bunch of nerds. Really stiff competition on the GPA side of things.
The best thing about Hopkins is how passionate the student population is about everything they do - from academics to extracurriculars and research. I also love how many opportunities are available...
One of my least favorites about Hopkins is how many misconceptions people have about the school before they visit. People believe that everyone here is cutthroat or that it is in a really bad...
The student body is really diverse so you find yourself becoming friends with a lot of different people, and the strength of the programs, not just in the sciences, really comes through.
All of your needs are pretty much met within a few blocks of campus, so it takes an effort to make sure you get around and experience Baltimore
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A feature on Johns Hopkins being #2 Top Social Media College in spring 2011.
Every student at this school needs Respect for other students regardless of what they're studying (science majors aren't the only ones who are working hard)
I wish I knew Exactly how rigorous the coursework would be.
Every student at this school needs critical thinking
Another awesome thing is Clubs, tutoring options and resources, research opportunities