New Student Checklist
Welcome to the Krieger School of Arts and Sciences Advanced Academic Programs.
We are thrilled to welcome you to our community of diverse, talented learners at AAP. Our hope is that through your academic program you will gain the skills and insights to advance your career, grow personally and professionally, and reach your goals. We look forward to partnering with you for your success.
48-72 hours after receiving your decision letter you will be emailed your JHED ID. JHED is a university-wide online directory of students, staff, and faculty. New students need to locate and activate their Login ID. The JHED ID and password give admitted students access to a variety of JHU online resources, including online registration and online library services. If you already have a JHED ID because you are a staff or faculty member at JHU, you will not receive an email. For instructions on activating your JHED, go to this tutorial.
While activating your JHED login, first view your Profile. Be certain to check your Primary location. It should reflect where you plan to take the majority of your classes. Valid responses are Online, Washington DC Center, or Homewood Campus.
All AAP students are required to activate their Hopkins email address. All official communications from AAP and Johns Hopkins University will be sent to this address, including, but not limited to, class assignments, billing information, and emergency notifications. For step-by-step instructions to activate your Outlook Live email and to learn to forward your JHU email to another address, visit the Johns Hopkins Information Technology tutorial.
Please be sure to look at your academic program requirements on the program website before registering.
If you need help deciding on your first course, email your advisor. Your advisor is listed on your Admissions Decision letter.
When you’re ready to register for your first courses, use the Registration Checklist.
If you are a dual-degree student, you must register for courses offered outside of Advanced Academic Programs by using the registration form and faxing, mailing, or submitting it in person at our enrollment services office.
Please check the refund schedule.
Starting the first day of class, you will not receive a full refund for any dropped courses.
It is important for the University to have an Emergency Contact for you, in case of emergency. Please enter this information in the SIS. Go to sis.jhu.edu and log in. Hover over the “Personal Information” tab. Emergency Contact is the third option under “Personal Information.” Please complete this information prior to beginning courses at AAP.
As an incoming University Community member, you are required to take the Title IX and Harassment Prevention online program. This required online educational course takes at least 90 minutes and covers key topics related to sexual misconduct, sexual violence (in compliance with Title IX and Campus SaVE Act requirements), and preventing discrimination and harassment in academic and work environments.
You can access the training through myLearning via my.jh.edu and navigate to Education and myLearning on the left navigation bar or directly through this link: Title IX and Harassment Prevention Training.
For more information on obtaining a J-Card, see here.
Save this Library webpage to your list of favorites for easy future reference. Using your JHD ID and password, you will be able to access the library off-site, search for articles other electronic resources and place online requests for library books and DVDs. Please contact your librarians if you have any questions.
Visit the MBS Direct online store to begin purchasing your textbooks. The bookstore opens 4 weeks before the start of the semester/term. If your book is not listed at that time, no textbook information has been entered by the instructor. If that is the case, keep checking back as information is updated daily before the semester start. Orders can also be placed by phone 800-325-3252 or fax 800-499-0143.
Direct questions about your book order to the MBS customer service line at 800-325-3252.
The Academic Catalog contains the academic policies under which you are held. The Student Conduct Code covers student and student group/organization misconduct; it does not cover academic misconduct. The AAP Code of Conduct covers academic misconduct, including plagiarism. All students are responsible for knowing and adhering to university policies. Please click here for additional policy information.
If you are an international student who has come to the U.S. on a JHU sponsored visa you must complete your visa paperwork with the Office of International Services (OIS). Their email address is email@example.com.
Look at the AAP International Students page for information on housing resources and medical insurance.
All students at AAP are automatically enrolled in Avoiding Plagiarism at JHU: a course that covers the basics of academic integrity. Learn more about taking the Avoiding Plagiarism Course and accessing the site here.
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