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Johns Hopkins University Dorms

Living at Johns Hopkins University defines the experience. Johns Hopkins University dorms serve as a centerpiece in the on-campus social scene, and they are where you will form deep friendships and create lasting memories. But housing at Johns Hopkins University can be overwhelming - there are so many dorms to evaluate, how could you know which one is best? You can live on campus, or you can live in and around Los Angeles. Finding the right Johns Hopkins University housing option for you can make or break a year at Johns Hopkins University. That’s why our videos go deep into as many dorm options as possible at Johns Hopkins University. We take you into singles, doubles, different dorms and residence halls, and even record student interviews about their favorite parts of living at Johns Hopkins University.

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What are the dorms like at Johns Hopkins University?

You’ll have to watch the CampusReel videos to see for sure. However, Johns Hopkins University dorms are similar to most college housing options. Most on-campus residence halls include singles, double, and suites. Floor plans vary from residence hall to residence hall. CampusReel hosts dorm tours of Johns Hopkins University, and every one is different. As you’ll see, every dorm room is decorated in a unique and fun way - students are creative with their setups to make Johns Hopkins University feel like home!

What are the dimensions of Johns Hopkins University dorm rooms?

The Johns Hopkins University dorms dimension depend on the residence hall. This information is usually contained in one of the dorm room tours of Johns Hopkins University on CampusReel. Supposedly the average dorm room size in the U.S. is around 130 square feet, and Johns Hopkins University likely has dorms bigger and smaller than this.

What are Johns Hopkins University’s best housing options?

The best housing option at Johns Hopkins University depends on your living preference. For example, many colleges provide living options for sober living, leadership opportunities, cultural preferences and more. The right dorm at Johns Hopkins University for you depends on what you are looking for in your housing experience. Below is a list of all housing options at Johns Hopkins University that CampusReel currently hosts content for:

How much do Johns Hopkins University dorms cost?

The cost of Johns Hopkins University dorms is $34,455 , but depends on a number of factors, such as financial aid, scholarships, and the housing option you select.

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Dad, we're both in stories. I'm in Pi Phi and she's in data in our room. We have t and a fridge, and then we each have our own suffered sides. Hi, everyone. I'M run to me and I am a first year by medical engineering student here at Johns Hopkins University. I'm originally from Mason, Ohio. So coming to Baltimore was kind of a big move for me. And I'm so excited to be taking guys on a tour of my campus. All the show, you guys, some of the academic buildings, the library. So my favorite places to hang out, get food and get coffee for the late night. And I really hope I can give you guys a good perspective on the academic as well as the social aspects here at Johns Hopkins and really just give you guys an understanding of what it's like to be a So we're back to my dorm. And then, um, I hope you enjoyed watching my college rial. I had a lot of fun making it, and I hope you guys and to learning a little about about Johns Hopkins and student life in general. And then, if you have any questions, feel free to reach out to me anytime. If you really want to learn more about campus, can visit the website or come on actual campus tour. Just a piece of advice for high school students. But why make sure you really know what you're getting yourself into for the next four years. It's not worth it to get a lot of just to go to name principle, but if you can afford going to a top tier school, I would say I highly suggest you doing so because is a lot of opportunities here that I wouldn't normally have went to the local state school where I was from. So it was really great for me to have all the opportunities I had. Work on your essays. Get your test scores up. Make sure your seats are frantic. Really work hard. You're senior in high school. Take all those AP tests try to get five sometimes because AP credits are super important in college make sure you start off the year strong. Don't fall behind. It's a fresh start for you, so make sure you use it wisely. Don't stress too much about college. You go to a long as you do while at college. Get into eventually. So good luck with that. Feel free to follow me on Instagram Yeah, peace. Hey, guys. My name is Jack, and I'm really a freshman at Johns Hopkins University, Major in biomedical engineering. I come from the other one away on the other side of the Pacific. I must share some of my opinions on what I think about the schools. So far, my experiences I've been everything about student lives of city life. Party live academics want campus, um involved and keep your scores around campus. Something light. And he performed Boom Buddha. I play the children also with free time. I tutor people on Saturdays and I'm also in this one. He's American Association. Oh, yeah. Hi. I'm collecting. I am a Kurd freshman studying biology and public health. I am involved in the Lady Burns Dance team, the Dance Marathon, External Committee. And I mean, if I and welcome to my crib. So this is a sweet style. So four girls share a kitchen in the bathroom and that's for a double here to double their so on the left, you have a nap. And our rent here have suitemates room. Now is there? Wish it comes with the stuff in the refrigerator and we'll have oven and the microwave you provide yourself and over here is not. So basically every room comes with the closets and asks and the badger typically quarter lofted. But there's an option in half loft or full lofted, which you go to the housing office for that. And what I like living here is I like having my own kitchen and bathroom that don't have a share with people. And like, if he was a lot more like home run in a college dorm and also there's a lot of amenities like we have our own Miller room. We have our own gym. We have like common rooms on every floor. Is that every Florrick and Bond? And, yes, they give Yes. Another feature of woman is the common room on each floor you can see is basically like a living room. Super big is my couch is TV. Um, there's a table where you could do work. There's gender neutral bathrooms on each floor and yeah. Now allergies my friend's room, which is a woman across from McCoy. Hello, Gina. And I'm a freshman. Busan's fourth floor of home. Okay, so this is our kitchen is kind of dirty. You don't really mean it. And this is bathroom for people. Use it there's, Oh dear A is. This is my roommate side. She likes Pts. So she and she's really good at drawing, so she doctored that greets you all. And this is my side of I keep it really simple. I just have a lot of pictures of my friends. This is my college friends may hear and Thoma and those are my high school friends. Now I will introduce our room. Our room is a sweet style room with a bathroom and a kitchenette. That's our mirror. This is our shoe rack. This is our kitchen and our sweet really like so sure snacks together. We have a sink. And a place to cook and put our stuff and we will fridge. We have some cabinets. And this is our bathroom. We have our cleaning duties like this, there's a saying. For lead in the shower. This is our room. That's my roommate's studying. You look terrible. L This is hard side. We have a lot of K pop goods and her memory stuff put on there. These two are our clauses, and this is my site with a lot of bush's. Um, our desk looks like So today I'm going to give you guys a room tour of woman. Where are my floor? The sixth floor. Oh, Isaac, the elevators you have to And then you can go from either side. I'll go this way to show you the common room. You just basically scan key here and then this is our six West Hall. Out here is a common room. We have a table, chairs, a lot of couches, a TV, and a lot of people hang out and eat here. It's really nice and then are a decorated to have a rose. How to change a jacket theme. It's really nice is our common room. Freshman and sophomore are guaranteed housing at Johns Hopkins and then upperclassman move off campus. Also the upper thighs, my liver, one mile radius within the school. So I live in a double within a suite, so there's four of us total and we have what we want. Shared bathroom. But it's clean. Once a week was pretty nice. This is our suitemates room, and then this is also large kitchen. You have a sink stove off refrigerator that comes with the sweet and then cook stuff here makes up in the morning for breakfast. Over here is my room that I share with my roommate. This is my room. It's my side of the room. That's my guang flag. Oh, my Buddha cost to my bed and there's a lot of space for storage beneath the bed. Then it's nice because we have our own thermostat. So you control the temperature, and then each double comes with your own closet. That's that's a decent space. Um, and then your own desk. So the space is an issue here. That's pretty nice. We have one of the medium sized room, so something smallest and woman. But it's also not the largest, so you might just hope you get lucky. And then if you live on the West Side, you can see the Johns Hopkins School sign an embassy library through the window screen. Nice. So, yeah, this is my room. My favorite part about living in a march. To that I could experience a traditional college tour and that I'm so close to everything on campus. The foods right downstairs, I goto, I think a lot of bed and go to class.