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4 College Sophomore

Campus Housing: I love living on campus! I especially loved my freshmen dorm AMR 1 which was very social, and less than a 5 min walk from my early classes. The AMR 1 and AMR II are social, whereas the Buildings (now called AMR III) areā€¦not so much, at least in my class. (I feel like the Class of 2017 is a bit more social in the Buildings). I lived in a corner room in AMR 1 which provided more than enough space for my roommate and I, but the rooms in the Buildings are even bigger, and have a bathroom in each suite (AMR 1 and 2 are communal). The last freshman dorm, Wolman, is across the street, and it is much farther from everything, especially the freshman dining hall, but it is the newest one and tends to have nicer amenities such as an exercise room, game room, study rooms and a state of the art kitchen. Well, there are actually two more housing options for freshmen: Hopkins Inn which is the farthest from everything, but has a real family feel, and McCoy which is mostly sophomores but the first and second floors are reserved for extra freshmen.

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3 College Sophomore

Health & Safety: Personally I feel extremely safe walking around on campus, and going across N Charles St. to get to and from my dorm. Some students feel safer in groups, and generally it's a better idea because there have been a couple of robberies around campus. However, measures are being taken to increase security, and currently there is construction going on on N Charles St so it is not as lighted as it used to be. If you ever feel unsafe when walking to your dorm at night you can always call security to send you an escort. HellWell, the student wellness center is not all that great with diagnosis. Besides my opinion, there are those of several other students whom I have talked with who say that they were only given proper treatment after visiting the emergency center, which is nearby. Security can also drive you to the health center or emergency center if you feel to sick to walk.

4 College Sophomore

Technology: There are usually plenty of computers available at the library and the computing center, and there are also a limited amount of laptops available for use in the labs, but you are expected to have your own laptop, and the reason why there is so much availability is because most people do. Recently, the wireless network has been going in and out a lot, but switching over to the guest network usually works. Printing can add up quickly if you are printing a lot of pages; it's handy to have your own printer (or at least one that you and your roommate share) especially if you are taking a class that requires reports.

3 College Sophomore

Administration: they got my back though

1 College Sophomore

Guys & Girls: The girls are awful, they don't groom themselves

12 people found this useful Report
1 College Sophomore

Campus Food: Not impressed at all, other schools are better

3 College Sophomore

Diversity: Too many extremists, pro-life and pro-choice

2 College Sophomore

Greek Life: Elmo's are self-entitled pricks, no one likes them

3 College Sophomore

Academics: I'm economics. You need to network on your own.

3 College Sophomore

Academics: Sometimes unexperienced TAs are teaching core courses and CANT speak ENGLISH

2 College Sophomore

Party Scene: Parties are rare, hot girls are even rarer...

3 people found this useful Report
3 College Sophomore

Athletics: The d3 teams need more funding, too much focus on lax

2 College Sophomore

Weather: Kinda cold in the winter

3 College Sophomore

Campus Quality: The athletic center needs to be REVAMPED

4 College Sophomore

Transportation: Good stuff, busses are somewhat sketchy though

3 College Sophomore

Off-Campus Housing: there is good and bad

3 College Sophomore

Campus Housing: Depends on what dorm you get!

4 College Sophomore

Technology: Good tech support and comp labs

2 College Sophomore

Local Area: Very dangerous, people get put to gunpoint daily

2 College Sophomore

Overall Experience: Not many normal people, 2 hot girls per grade

1 College Sophomore

Parking: The problem is Baltimore isn't safe, cars get stolen

5 College Freshman

Overall Experience: I am absolutely IN LOVE with my school. I've never been so happy in my life. I feel as if every area of my life is being stimulated at Hopkins (academic, social, etc.)

2 people found this useful Report
5 College Freshman

Administration: They are not very strict at all, especially with underage drinking.

4 College Freshman

Off-Campus Housing: The housing options are all great! They are slightly expensive though.

1 person found this useful Report
5 College Freshman

Campus Housing: Although some of freshmen dorms are rather small, all other housing options are very beautiful and spacious!

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Students who love Hopkins and students who hate it both recognize that JHU isn’t the school for everyone. Many students believe that classes at JHU are just as hard as Ivy League schools, but they complain that Hopkins professors grade much harder. Many students wish that Hopkins offered grade inflation, as other top schools do, since even people who work hard sometimes end up with low grades. This influences some students to put studying above any social activity, in the hopes of being one of the few people in a class to receive an “A.” Hopkins offers a variety of social programming, but no one forces students to participate, and there’s no one holding your hand and leading you to fun activities. Even though students complain, most say that they’ve enjoyed being challenged by their experiences at Hopkins.

Hopkins presents a well-rounded experience for most students, but not every student takes advantage of the academic, social, and extracurricular opportunities. Some students wish that Hopkins encouraged students to get involved in all aspects of University life, but once you realize that it doesn’t, you can make your own choices about how you want to spend your time. The school’s academic reputation and its state-of-the-art facilities are strong points at Hopkins. Campus housing and food have been improved considerably in recent years with new constructions popping up.

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