#5: You’ll get the resources of a large university while enjoying the small classes of a liberal arts school.

One of the greatest benefits of being a humanities student at Johns Hopkins is that you’ll become part of a research institution with a large, worldwide network of scholars—all while enjoying small classes and close relationships with peers and professors similar to what you would find at a much smaller liberal arts college. You’ll also have access to career and pre-professional counselors that can help you navigate the internship, career, and graduate school processes, and you’ll be connected to a large and diverse network of alumni.

Explore some of the student services you’ll find here:


Career Center

Office of Pre-Professional Advising

Alumni blogs

Majors & Minors Programs