Health & Wellness

We have a broad range of services and resources in place to helps students maintain and expand their well-being (physical, mental and emotional, spiritual, social, environmental, and more!)

Student Health Center

Primary Care on our Homewood campus is open six days per week to address student health concerns, free of charge. Certified health care professionals provide care, including injury and illness treatment, routine gynecologic care, immunizations, and travel consultation.

All students are required to carry health insurance, through either JHU or another provider with comparable coverage.

Mental Health

Your mental health is as important to us as your physical health, so representatives from our Mental Health Services- Homewood Counseling Center are available for consultations, individual or group therapy, or psychiatric evaluations. Their services are confidential and free. There is also a 24/7/365 behavioral health crisis access support team which pairs experienced, compassionate crisis clinicians with specially trained public safety officers to support individuals in crisis on or immediately surrounding our Baltimore campuses.

Health Promotion

Education about your well-being is not limited to an appointment. Health Promotion & Well-Being provides health education programming and services to students to foster a healthier JHU community including workshops on mindfulness and meditation, free barrier methods, healthy relationships, and well-being coaching.

Sexual Assault Response & Prevention

There are a variety of resources for education, supportive services, and formal reporting process for those who have been impacted by sex or gender-based violence. The Sexual Assault HelpLine (410-516-7333) gives students free access to professional counselors 24/7. The Office of Institutional Equity website provides information on sexual assault policies. A comprehensive list of confidential resources can be found here. Health Promotion & Well-Being along with campus partners put on a variety of programs, workshops and campaigns throughout the year, including sexual assault awareness month, Bystander Intervention Training for all new students, and an award-winning consent program.


Our O’Connor Center for Recreation & Well-Being features an indoor track and pool, a nearly 6,000 square feet of weight rooms, multiple cardio opportunities including group fitness classes, an F45 Functional Fitness program, a squash court, and a climbing wall.

Well-Being Wheel
Student wellness resources

Our student wellness website serves allows users to explore Johns Hopkins health and wellness resources, news, and events