Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, Maryland is an urban private university with approximately 6,000 undergraduate students and almost 18,000 graduate students. Their sports teams compete in the NCAA Division III league except for the women and men’s lacrosse teams that compete in the NCAA Division I league. Twenty-seven people with ties to Johns Hopkins have won Nobel Prizes!
“F. Scott Fitzgerald lived in one of our residence halls!”
Patrick, Admissions Staff
Wolf Blitzer – CNN Television Anchor
Woodrow Wilson – Former U.S. President
Wes Craven – Movie Director
Michael R. Bloomberg – Dormer New York City Mayor
Madeleine Albright – Former U.S. Secretary of State