Your membership, benefits, and services
Welcome to the alumni association, over 241K strong!
Regardless of when you graduated, what you studied, or what you’re doing now, your diploma makes you a member of this community. Welcome to the Johns Hopkins Alumni Association.
Members of the Johns Hopkins Alumni Association DO NOT pay mandatory dues to be members. Your benefits and services are funded each year from donations to the Johns Hopkins Alumni Association. Consider a gift to ensure we can continue the services you, fellow alumni, and students have come to depend upon.
Wondering about your student email account, student online library access, how to request transcripts, etc. once you graduate? Learn more on our Recent Grads page.
Homewood Undergrad Alumni
Don't forget to visit your Young Alumni page for a list of resources and benefits available specifically to you.
Alumni Email Account
Take advantage of an alumni email account once your jhu.edu or jhmi.edu student account deactivates after graduation. This account includes full email capability including a new @alumni.jh.edu address and fully functional inbox.
Handshake - Johns Hopkins' career services platform
Handshake is a powerful career services platform that connects job posters and job seekers at all career stages. Offered across all nine academic divisions of Johns Hopkins, Handshake is a one-stop-shop career tool, allowing job seekers to create an online profile and access openings posted by approved employers—a group that numbers 50,000 across all industries—and sorted for their particular interests and experience. Visit https://jhu.joinhandshake.com
Missed an issue? View past issues of JHUpdate.
Johns Hopkins Magazine
Published four times a year, Johns Hopkins Magazine was conceived in 1950 to give readers intellectual nourishment, and over the years has featured thought-provoking and sometimes controversial articles on topics ranging from particle physics to student unrest.
To subscribe, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Johns Hopkins News-Letter
Published weekly during the academic school year, the News-Letter is one of the nation's oldest continuously published, student-run college newspapers. Since 1896, the News-Letter has been bringing student news, event information, athletics stats and academic updates to the Homewood undergrads. Now the News-Letter can do the same for you with 26 issues shipped to your address.
To subscribe, send an email to email@example.com.
Membership to the Johns Hopkins Federal Credit Union (JHFCU)
All Johns Hopkins alumni have the opportunity to join the Johns Hopkins Federal Credit Union. Serving the Johns Hopkins community since 1971, the JHFCU offers a variety of convenient services, including savings and checking accounts, consumer and mortgage loans, and insurance options. Best of all, once you’re a member of the JHFCU, you’re a member for life.
To find out how you can join, visit https://www.jhfcu.org/site/join.html
Graduated? You have 180 days (90 for School of Medicine recent grads) to access your student library resources. Once you're JHED deactivates, your library resources (as well as all other programs tied to your JHED), will be deactivated. Click here to view a full list of the KnowledgeNET® resources.
The Alumni Association, through the Sheridan Libraries, offers valuable online resources such as Hopkins KnowledgeNET®, which provides alumni around the world with unrestricted access to news, academic resources, reference materials, licensed databases, and links to other collections of online material.
In this video, Sheridan Libraries librarian Pat Lovett walks you through how to sign on for the first time, gives you information on available libraries and content, walks you through sample searches, and more.
JHU Library Services
With nearly three million books across four different campuses, the Johns Hopkins libraries and staff are poised to help you in your research or reading journey. Johns Hopkins Alumni can access various parts of the Johns Hopkins libraries*. View our Library Services page for more information about each library.
*Due to the Pandemic, onsite alumni access is restricted. Learn more by visiting the Library Services page.
30% Discount at the JHU Press
The oldest university press in America, the Johns Hopkins University Press publishes 60 scholarly periodicals and more than 200 new books each year. All Johns Hopkins alumni receive a 30% discount on JHU Press orders. Use code "HJAY" to receive the discount.
Resources and Memberships
The Johns Hopkins Club
Access to membership at the Johns Hopkins Club, a Hopkins tradition, offers an elegant and private place for dining, and access to over 100 reciprocal university clubs around the world, many with lodging.
Because of the Pandemic, the Hopkins Club is currently closed. Visit their website for updates.
Ralph S. O’Connor Recreation Center
Purchase alumni memberships at the recreation center on the Homewood campus and enjoy the indoor track, climbing wall, air-conditioned workout rooms, pool and more.
Because of the Pandemic, access to the Rec Center is currently limited to individuals with current Johns Hopkins Enterprise affiliations. The Prodensity app is required for access. Alumni, affiliates, and spouses/partners cannot be granted access at this time. Check here for policy updates.
Education and Travel
Lifelong Learning at Johns Hopkins
Continue scholarly pursuits after graduation in a variety of ways.
25% discount on evening and weekend courses in everything from Italian architecture to creative writing through the Odyssey Program.
Alumni Journeys Program
Travel to exceptional destinations, guided by faculty experts and local field guides, with fellow alumni and friends of Johns Hopkins—like-minded individuals who want adventure, education, and discussion. Visit the Alumni Journeys page to view our 2022 calendar!
Continue the learning experience through Alumni Colleges across the globe.
Hopkins Technology Store
Visit the new Johns Hopkins Technology Store for special deals on Apple computers, iPads, iPods, and more. Alumni Card required for in person shopping only. Located in Levering Hall, Sherwood Room on the Homewood Campus. 410-516-0448 firstname.lastname@example.org.
Discounted tickets on concerts at Peabody.
Historic Houses of Johns Hopkins
Discounts on admission fees at Evergreen Museum and Homewood House.
Discounted ticket prices on performances in the Merrick Barn and the Mattin Center.
Maryland seafood delivered right to your door
Get a taste of the Chesapeake Bay from Linton's Seafood on Maryland's Eastern Shore. Whether you order steamed crabs, soft shell crabs, crab cakes, crab balls, lobster tails, shucked oysters or shrimp, Linton’s will FedEx your favorite seafood anywhere in the U.S.! Johns Hopkins alumni get a 10-30% discount on overnight seafood deliveries. You can visit Linton's Seafood online at lintonseafood.com, but to get your discount, be sure to place your order by calling Linton's at 877-546-8667.
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