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Historic Homewood

In 1800, Charles Carroll, a signer of the Declaration of the Independence, gave Homewood to his son as a gift. JHU moved to Homewood in 1914.

A Quiet Campus in an Urban Setting

The Johns Hopkins campus resides in the heart of Baltimore--a city of more than 600,000 people--but boasts a green and peaceful campus.

Welcome to Baltimore, Hon!

Baltimore is a multifaceted urban center with sports, culture, art, and music on offer both night and day. (Photo: Joe Ravi)

Contact Information

Mailing Address:

Dept. of Materials Science & Engineering

Johns Hopkins University

206 Maryland Hall

3400 N. Charles St

Baltimore, MD 21218-2681

Shipping Address:

206 Maryland Hall

Johns Hopkins Homewood Receiving

3001 Remington Avenue

Baltimore, MD 21211


Telephone and Fax:

  • Department Office: 410-516-8145
  • Fax: 410-516-5293


Visitor Information

Homewood campus maps & online tours
Directions and Transportation
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