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. Your student or department account will be deactivated after graduation or once a residency ends. The purpose of an alias is for you to continue to receive email through your JHU or JHMI email address after the account associated with it has been shut down. For more information, click here.
Outlook Live to Office 365 Email Migration
Due to changes that happened at Microsoft recently, you will not be able to keep your existing JHU email account when you no longer have a JHED record. In order to take advantage of the email for life, you must first register for an account in Connect. Once you have registered as a first-time user in Connect, you can follow the migration steps to move your email to the Alumni Office 365 system. Click here for instructions and more detailed information.
Request a Transcript
Guidelines for requesting an official academic transcript from the School of Medicine.
Get career advice and job leads from the Professional Development Office, JHU Connect and job listings.
Alumni Travel Program
The Alumni Journeys program welcomes alumni, friends and family members as well as parents and grandparents of students.
Office of Continuing Medical Education
Course descriptions and registration information for educational programs offered to physicians and other health professionals.
Hopkins KnowledgeNET, the Johns Hopkins alumni virtual library, is a joint venture between the Johns Hopkins Alumni Association and the university's Sheridan Libraries. This advanced online service is designed to support the University's commitment to life-long learning.
Alan Mason Chesney Medical Archives
The official archival repository of The Johns Hopkins Hospital, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing and Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health.
Welch Medical Library
As an alum you have access to the extensive resources of the library.
Alumni Authors Bookshelf
Johns Hopkins alumni write about everything from healing to poetry to business to sports nutrition. Be sure to check out 100,000 Hearts: A Surgeon’s Memoir (listed under non fiction) by Denton Cooley, Med '44.