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Summer Conferences at JHU
Department of Housing and Dining

The successful conference or seminar requires three primary services -- comfortable housing, quality food, and appropriate meeting spaces offering state-of-the-art presentation equipment. Johns Hopkins Conference Services offers excellence in all three areas as well as a team of professionals and student staff who are dedicated to the success of your conference.

Housing


With over 900 rooms, a variety of air-conditioned lodging is available for your comfort. Rooms in our residence halls are attractively furnished and offer suite arrangements with adjoining baths as well as the traditional residence hall setting with communal baths. Rates are affordable and include wireless and wired network connections, computer access, bed and bath linens, and many additional amenities.

Summer housing facilities available for the summer:

Dining


Our professional dining services team is waiting to serve you a variety of quality food in two spacious dining venues located in close proximity to our residence halls. Meals are conveniently provided as part of the conference package. Catering is our specialty. From simple coffee setups and receptions to buffets, Maryland crab feasts, and fully served banquets, our capabilities have few limitations. We will create menu and beverage selections to meet your group's needs and specifications. For more summer conference dining information, click here.

Meeting Rooms

Johns Hopkins University offers air-conditioned spaces for meetings, classes, workshops, and lectures. Meeting rooms in residence halls can accommodate up to 150 people. Campus classrooms, meeting rooms, and auditoriums can serve from 30 to 1,100 participants and are also available through Conference Services. Open areas for social gatherings, receptions, and recreation are easily accessible. Most rooms are equipped with full audio-visual and computer projection capabilities. To view photos of classrooms and computer labs as well as to see capacities, visit http://www.jhu.edu/classrooms/ .