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Columbia Center

The Columbia Center has served adult students in the region since 1974. Some administrative and advising offices for the School of Education are located here, as well as: Professional Career Services; the office of Enrollment Management Services; the Student and Alumni Relations Office; the office of International Services; the Center for Teaching and Learning, and the Center for Technology in Education.

Columbia Center facilities include: 19 classrooms; academic and career advising offices; three computer laboratories; an electronic library; two conference rooms; a bookstore; faculty and student lounges.

 

How to get to the Columbia, Md. Center campus
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Columbia Center
Columbia Gateway Park
6740 Alexander Bell Drive
Columbia, Maryland 21046
Phone From Baltimore: 410-516-9700
Phone From Washington, DC: 301-621-3377

From Washington
Take I-495 to exit 27 (I-95 north). Go north on I-95 to Maryland 175 west (Columbia). Follow Maryland 175 for eight-tenths of a mile through one traffic light to Gateway Drive on the right. Take Gateway Drive four-tenths of a mile and turn right onto Alexander Bell Drive. Go three-tenths of a mile, bearing to the left.

From Baltimore
Take I-695 to exit 11 (I-95 south). Go south on I-95 to Maryland 175 west (Columbia). Follow Maryland 175 for eight-tenths of a mile through one traffic light to Gateway Drive on the right. Take Gateway Drive four-tenths of a mile and turn right onto Alexander Bell Drive. Go three-tenths of a mile, bearing to the left.

The mission of The Johns Hopkins University is to educate its students and cultivate their capacity for life-long learning, to foster independent and original research, and to bring the benefits of discovery to the world.