- Code of Conduct
- JHU’s Sexual Misconduct Policy and Procedures
• Title IX Resources
- University Policy on Family Educational Rights and Privacy
- Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Policy
- Office of Institutional Equity (Policy Resource)
- Gainful Employment Disclosure
- Grading Policy
- Notice on Plagiarism
- Academic Regulations
- Withdrawal Process
Possession of Firearms on University Premises
The possession, wearing, carrying, transporting, or use of a firearm or pellet weapon is strictly forbidden on university premises. This prohibition also extends to any person who may have acquired a government-issued permit or license. Violation of this regulation will result in disciplinary action and sanctions up to and including expulsion, in the case of students, or termination of employment, in the case of faculty and staff. Disciplinary action for violations of this regulation will be the responsibility of the divisional student affairs officer, dean or director, or the vice president for human resources, as may be appropriate, in accordance with applicable procedures. Any questions regarding this policy, including the granting of exceptions for law enforcement officers and for persons acting under the supervision of authorized university personnel, should be addressed to the appropriate chief campus security officer.
Privacy Rights of Students
The Johns Hopkins University complies with the provisions of the Family Educational Rights to Privacy Act of 1974 (P.L. 93-380) as amended (P.L. 93-568) and any regulations which may be promulgated thereunder. Students and others who desire specific information regarding their rights of access to institutional educational records maintained in their names are advised to review the policy online or contact the Registrar’s Office, 75 Garland Hall, Homewood Campus, for a copy of the university’s policy.
For more information, please use this link to the KSAS Registrar’s webpage on FERPA.
Alcohol and Drug Policy
In keeping with its basic mission, the university recognizes that its primary response to issues of alcohol and drug abuse must be through educational programs, as well as through intervention and treatment efforts. To that end, the university provides appropriate programs and efforts throughout the year. The brochure “Maintaining a Drug-Free Environment: The Hopkins Commitment” is distributed annually to all faculty, students, and staff of Johns Hopkins, and copies are available on request from the offices of the Faculty and Staff Assistance Program, 4 East 33rd Street, Baltimore, Maryland 21218; telephone 410-516-3800; or at the Counseling and Student Development Center located in Merryman Hall on the Homewood campus; telephone 410-516-8270.
Photography and Film Rights Policy
The Johns Hopkins University reserves the right from time to time to film or take photographs of faculty, staff, and students engaged in teaching, research, clinical practices, and other activities, as well as casual and portrait photography or film. These photographs and films will be used in such publications as catalogs, posters, advertisements, recruitment, and development materials as well as on the university’s Web site, for various videos, or for distribution to local, state, or national media for promotional purposes. Classes will be photographed only with the permission of the faculty member. Such photographs and film—including digital media—which will be kept in the files and archives of The Johns Hopkins University, will remain available for use by the university without time limitations or restrictions. Faculty, students, and staff are made aware by virtue of this policy that the university reserves the right to alter photography and film for creative purposes. Faculty, students, and staff who do not want their photographs used in the manner(s) described in this policy statement should contact the Office of Communications and Public Affairs. Faculty and students are advised that persons in public places are deemed by law to have no expectation of privacy and are subject to being photographed by third parties. The Johns Hopkins University has no control over the use of photographs or film taken by third parties, including without limitation the news media covering university activities.