Hopkins Student Center
The Hopkins Student Center is designed to be an open, modern, accessible, and welcoming facility envisioned as a social engagement hub for all members of the Hopkins community. When it opens in early 2025, the Hopkins Student Center will include spaces for relaxation and socialization, co-curricular arts programs, student resources, support services, media and digital media lounges, a performance space with seating for up to 200 people, and a variety of dining options. The facility will satisfy the long-acknowledged need for a true nonacademic gathering spot on the university’s Homewood campus.
|Planning and Design||Spring 2019 – 2021|
|Demolition of Mattin Center and Whitehead Hall||Summer 2021 – Fall 2021|
|Site Work||Fall 2021|
|Construction Begins||Winter 2022|
|Building Opens||Early 2025|
Traffic/Pedestrian Closures & Detours:
- N. Charles St. will be closed to southbound traffic between 33rd and 32nd streets
- Northbound traffic and pedestrian and bicycle traffic will remain
- The loop servicing The Beach is not affected and will remain accessible from the southbound traffic lane
- Pedestrians will be safely detoured around the site on campus as well as on N. Charles St.
- Construction workers will park at Johns Hopkins at Eastern on 33rd St. and will be shuttled to the job site daily
- Student Affairs Hopkins Student Center webpage
- “Design Concept Selected for Hopkins Student Center” (HUB article)