JHU will not tolerate harassment, sexual harassment (including sexual violence) or retaliation in the workplace or educational environment. Whether you are a victim of such conduct or the accused, you are strongly encouraged to review university policies regarding harassment and discrimination or sexual misconduct. In addition, students should be aware of the Student Conduct Code as outlined in the e-catalog.
If you are experiencing distress because you have been accused of discrimination or harassment, you can access JHU’s confidential counseling services for faculty, students, or staff:
FASAP and mySupport serves employees of the Johns Hopkins University. FASAP and mySupport offer free, confidential, and professional support and makes referrals to community services and resources for longer-term care.
443-977-7000 (Available by phone 24/7)
JHSAP provides counseling services to students of the following schools: Bloomberg School of Public Health, Carey Business School, Engineering for Professionals, School of Advanced International Studies, School of Education, School of Medicine, and School of Nursing. JHSAP services are free and confidential, and there is no limit to the number of times you may access services during your academic career. Your spouse, partner, or child may also access JHSAP services.
UHS provides medical and mental health services to Hopkins Public Health, Medicine and Nursing students, residents, fellows and trainees and their spouses/domestic partners.
Health Services: 410-955-3250 (Available 7 days a week, 8am-5pm)
Mental Health Services: 410-955-1892 (Available by phone 24/7. Press “0” to speak with the on-call psychiatrist in an emergency.)
The SHWC provides high quality, confidential health care to students of the Homewood campus and Peabody community.
410-516-8270 (Available by phone 24/7)
The Counseling Center serves all full-time undergraduate students from the Krieger School of Arts and Sciences, Whiting School of Engineering, and Peabody Institute.
Johns Hopkins University Campus Ministries promotes and supports spiritual development, theological reflections, religious tolerance and social awareness among students, faculty and staff within the university community.
410-516-1880 (Available M-F, 8:30am-5pm)