The Housing Office is situated on the Johns Hopkins Medical Campus to assist students, house staff, postdoctoral fellows, staff and faculty for the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, Bloomberg School of Public Health, and School of Nursing with their off-campus accommodations. Although the Housing Office’s primary focus is on student needs, we are happy to assist faculty and staff looking to move or relocate in the Baltimore area.
To better assist you with your search in finding the perfect home, the JHMI Housing website was created to help you find affordable and safe housing in the Baltimore area as well as answer many other questions you may have about Baltimore, student life, roommate finder, furniture for sale, carpools, hotels, daycare, transportation information, school systems in the city and surrounding counties, as well as other useful resources. The Housing Office also provides personal consultations if you require additional assistance.
Facebook Page – Office of Housing & Residential Life, Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions
The Facebook page will provide information about events in Baltimore, events on campus, rental specials throughout Baltimore and the surrounding areas, new vendors to check out, and much more!
Rental property owners are responsible for reporting their information fairly and accurately. Please take the time to read the disclaimer in full in the user agreement. You are encouraged to inspect properties carefully as well as the surrounding neighborhood to make sure you will be comfortable in your new environment. Please contact the Housing Office if you are a first-time renter, would like advice, or would like additional off-campus housing information and resources. Please call 410-955-3905 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Off Campus Partners is a for profit institution that provides a venue for property listings through The Johns Hopkins University. Off Campus Partners receives fees from property owners or management agents and JHU will receive a percentage of these fees from Off Campus Partners.
PLEASE NOTE: The Johns Hopkins University does not endorse any of the property owners/companies listed on this site, or the Johns Hopkins Housing website, or any other company, products or services by virtue of making this service accessible to the JHU community.
Please use this document as a resource before and during your new home search. This document provides useful tips about what to look for and what to know as you begin your search.
Please use this document as a resource before and during your new home search. You can use this checklist when looking at apartment complexes or private rentals. This document can also be used by you and your landlord to agree upon items that need to be addressed before you move in.
Please use this document as a resource. When contacting hotels for availability, please make sure you tell them you are affiliated with the University or here on business to receive the University rate.
Please use this document as a resource. There are local and national companies that can assist you with your moving process.
Daycares & Preschools
Please use this document as a resource for your daycare and preschools needs. Please note, daycare in Baltimore can range from $200-$480 per week depending on the type of daycare you choose. Most preschools in the area are private and offer full and half-day programs. Please contact individuals or companies for their rates with regards to daycare and preschool packages.
If you have questions for the Johns Hopkins Housing Office about the new site or other housing services, please contact the Housing Director, Robin Lenzo at 410-955-3905 or email@example.com. You may also visit our office at:
The Johns Hopkins University – East Baltimore Campus
1620 McElderry Street
Reed Hall, Suite 403
Baltimore, MD 21205
Hours: Monday – Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Last updated: 9/2020