The Graduate & Postdoctoral Affairs Offices serve the needs of current graduate students and postdoctoral fellows in the Krieger School of Arts & Sciences and the Whiting School of Engineering.

The Graduate & Postdoctoral Affairs Offices serve the needs of current graduate students and postdoctoral fellows in the Krieger School of Arts & Sciences and the Whiting School of Engineering.

Through our extensive policy and resource listings, the office offers support services to graduate students and postdoctoral fellows as they pursue their studies at Johns Hopkins.

Privacy Policy for ASEN Graduate and Postdoctoral Affairs Advising

Conversations and correspondences with students, postdoctoral fellows, and/or faculty may be considered private upon request unless information shared reveals a direct threat to the student/postdoc/faculty and/or others, and/or reveals sexual harassment/assault information (or any other information for which the university is required by law to report).

Prior to any conversation, or as soon as possible upon engagement, advising staff will verbally share this policy to the student/postdoctoral fellow/faculty. Advising staff will also consult with and/or report in a timely manner to General Counsel, OIE and/or security (as appropriate) on required/questionable matters.

News & Announcements

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WSE Graduate Student Support: Drop-In Hours December 7-December 19

The WSE Office of Engineering Student Support and Advocacy is holding case management drop-in hours for all WSE graduate engineering students (residential programs and online (EP)). Drop in- Days and Times (all Eastern Time): Issues We Can Help With: Join the Zoom during the times listed to meet with a Case Manager! Questions? Contact Chase […]

Mental Health Symposium on Discrimination and Microaggression Experienced Among Asian Students Amid the Covid-19 Pandemic 

November 16 from 5:30-7pm The Counseling Center, Center for Diversity and Inclusion, ISAH-International Students at Hopkins group and School of Education faculty are collaborating to host a Mental Health Symposium on discrimination and microaggression experienced among Asian students amid the Covid-19 pandemic on November 16 from 5:30-7pm.  The symposium will begin with faculty sharing their research on experiences […]

Welcome to Johns Hopkins!

A hearty welcome to all our new master’s, PhDs, and Postdoctoral Fellows! These first few months will be exciting and perhaps overwhelming as well. Not to worry- this is completely natural! We are all here to assist. Ways you can succeed? 1. Ask questions! Everyone is here to help. Start with your program’s academic/administrative staff, […]