Welcome to the Johns Hopkins Medicine Alumni family! Putting on your cap and gown may signal the end of your student career, but you are a Johns Hopkins alumnus forever. You now belong to a network of more than 24,000 School of Medicine alumni and 170,000 Johns Hopkins University alumni worldwide.
The School of Medicine Alumni Relations office is here to help you take advantage of this incredible resource and will serve as a point of contact and communication with Hopkins for the rest of your life. This webpage has been created to let you know about the resources available to you as a recent graduate of the School of Medicine. We hope you will remain involved with the School of Medicine as you continue your education and training and move forward in your career. If you ever have any questions, please don't hesitate to contact our office at 410-361-6561 or 888-546-1336 (toll-free) or by email at JHMalumni@jhmi.edu.
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The Johns Hopkins Medical and Surgical Association
The Johns Hopkins Medical and Surgical Association was founded in 1940 and has been actively pursuing its educational and scientific missions ever since. The Association sponsors CME programs through its popular Biennial Meeting, provides current students with essential equipment such as stethoscopes, underwrites scientific discovery through its funding of several Young Investigator awards and much more.
Membership is open to all degree and certificate recipients of the School of Medicine as well as all current and former faculty, postdoctoral fellows and house staff.
The Johns Hopkins University Alumni Association
Free membership, a network of 170,000 and abundant opportunities for social and professional engagement. Available at home, abroad and online, the Johns Hopkins Unversity Alumni Association offers more value to you and your alumni community than ever before.
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Update Your Contact Information
Please send us your most up-to-date contact information. It's is also important that we have your most current email address so we can keep in touch with you throughout your future endeavors.
The Class of 2014 ListServ
The Class of 2013 ListServ, firstname.lastname@example.org, will remain available after graduation. Ownership of the list was transferred from the Registrar’s Office to the School of Medicine Alumni Office.
Submit a Class Note
Keep your classmates and colleagues up to date on where you are and what you have been doing – send us a Class Note! Class Notes may be published in the Hopkins Medicine magazine and/or on the Class Notes webpage.
Connect is the Hopkins exclusive networking site open to all Hopkins alumni with limited options for current students. Set up your profile to gain access to thousands of alumni in every job field. Connect also provides a portal for alumni to access some of the valuable online resources from the Hopkins Libraries, previously only accessible to students.
Hopkins KnowledgeNET is a virtual library that gives you access to thousands of academic journals, articles and reference materials via licensed databases as well as links to additional collections of online resources, digital libraries and other Johns Hopkins publications.
Please note: Hopkins KnowledgeNET is only accessible through the connect.jhu.edu account system. You will be required to log in as a first-time user on connect.jhu.edu to access Hopkins KnowledgeNET. Any previous alumni usernames and password accounts will not transfer to the new login system.
Johns Hopkins Affinity Groups and Communities
Affinity communities are groups of alumni, students and friends of the university who are drawn together based on common interests and shared experiences. Interacting in person and virtually, our communities encompass all divisions, graduating classes, regions and professions and reflect a remarkable diversity of concerns and activities.
We're just getting started (and need your help!)
In cooperation with alumni everywhere, the Johns Hopkins University Alumni Association has recently begun facilitating affinity community development both online and in various regions. Our success depends on you. Here's how you can participate:
Please contact the Johns Hopkins University Alumni Association at email@example.com or 800-548-5481 for more information.
Keep up to date on happenings at Hopkins through a variety of sources below.
As a Johns Hopkins University alumna or alumnus, you will receive access to unique services and resources. Below are just a few resources that may be useful to you. View more services on the Resources page of our website and on the JHU Alumni website.
Keep Your JHU or JHMI Email for Life
Alumni can now keep their JHU or JHMI email account! Your Outlook Live email account is a lifetime account and will not be deleted once you leave Hopkins. Learn more.
Free JHU Email Alias for Life
JHU alumni and former house staff can set up a Johns Hopkins University email address alias. Please note: An email alias is only a forwarding system and not an actual email account. Learn more.
Request a Transcript
Guidelines for requesting an official academic transcript from the School of Medicine.
JHMI Professional Development Office
The Professional Development Office of the Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions works with graduate students, postdoctoral fellows and early-career faculty in the Schools of Medicine, Nursing and Public Health. If you are planning your route to an independent career, they can help.
Office of Continuing Medical Education
Course descriptions and registration information for educational programs offered to physicians and other health professionals.
Get Hopkins merchandise such as shirts, ties and umbrellas as well as exclusive bargains on books from the Johns Hopkins University Press.
The Johns Hopkins School of Medicine is among the world's greatest institutions of education, research, and patient care. The generosity of alumni and friends who understand and believe in our mission enables Johns Hopkins to address unprecedented global challenges, safeguard and enhance health, enrich culture and advance the frontiers of knowledge.