Founded in 1899, The Johns Hopkins Club serves to provide members with the means to gather, share, and reflect.
Updates from the Johns Hopkins Club
Fall 2022 Update -
We write to give you an update on the status of the Club’s building renovations and ongoing activities.
Let us first reassure you that the Club has been assured of its place in the renovated building. What happens between now and then is, however, an arduous - and expensive - process. Since the anticipated cost of renovations will be millions of dollars, each phase of the process requires approval of JHU’s Board of Trustees. These steps include a needs-assessment, plan design, hiring contractors, and the actual construction. The University is committed to upgrading the building and moving as quickly as this process will allow.
We are exploring options for Club events and member involvement during this period of renovation and hope to have some substantive activities to offer in the near future. In the meantime, the Book Circle continues, and we receive (and usually accept!) new requests for Club membership, with the university club reciprocal agreements being the main draw.
We welcome your questions or suggestions regarding the Club. Please contact Board of Governors President, Chris Dreisbach, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please note that if you were a member in good standing when the Club was forced to close, you remain such in our records.
We will continue to send updates as they evolve. Thank you for your continuing loyalty to the Johns Hopkins Club!
Johns Hopkins Club Board of Governors