Montgomery County Campus
The mission of Johns Hopkins in Montgomery County is to create a community of education, business, and government organizations where collaborative thinking and scientific discovery advance academic and economic development.
The current Montgomery County Campus is experiencing significant growth, with plans to expand from its current 215,000 square feet to more than 2.6 million square feet of academic, research, and corporate space during the next few decades.
Current on-site partners include stand-alone companies, research centers, and non-profit organizations. Hopkins hopes new partners will choose to co-locate on the campus as expansion continues.
In addition to the 36 acres currently under use, the Johns Hopkins Belward Research Campus just 3/10 of a mile away, has 108 acres to be developed for research and education. The university has just begun the planning process for this piece of land.
Visit the Montgomery County Campus website.
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Carey Business School|
The School of Education
Whiting School of Engineering
Zanvyl Krieger School of Arts and Sciences
How to get to the Montgomery County campus
Montgomery County Center
9601 Medical Center Drive
Rockville, Maryland 20850
PLEASE NOTE: The Medical Center Drive entrance to campus is closed due to construction. You must now enter campus from Broschart Road. Directions below take you to the Broschart Road entrance.
From Baltimore using Capital Beltway (495): Take Beltway (I-695) to I-95 south. Continue southbound toward Washington on I-95 to the Capital Beltway (495) westbound to I-270. From 270 north take the Shady Grove Road exit (#8). Once on the ramp, stay in the left lane. At the light, make a left turn onto Shady Grove Road (west). Proceed approximately .4 mile to Key West Avenue. Turn right at Key West Avenue and follow to the second traffic light and turn left onto Broschart Road. The Montgomery County Campus will be your first left turn, #9601 - 9605.
From Baltimore using Intercounty Connector (MD 200): The Intercounty Connector is a toll road. Tolls are collected via E-ZPassÂ® or video tolling. There is an additional fee for video tolls. Take Beltway (I-695) to I-95 south. Continue southbound toward Washington on I-95 to the Intercounty Connector/MD 200 exit (#31). The Intercounty Connector will turn into I-370 (after approximately 18 miles) and then Sam Eig Highway. Follow the road until it dead ends at Great Seneca Highway. Make a left onto Great Seneca Highway. At your first light, turn left onto Key West Avenue. At your first light, make a right on Broschart Road. Make your first left into the campus.
From Washington, D.C. and Northern Virginia: Take 495 to I-270. From 270 North, take the Shady Grove Road exit (#8). Once on the ramp, stay in the left lane. At the light, make a left turn onto Shady Grove Road (west). Proceed approximately .4 mile to Key West Avenue. Turn right at Key West Avenue. At the second traffic light, turn left onto Broschart Road. The Montgomery County Campus is the first entrance on your left, #9601 - 9605.
From Frederick and Points North:Take I-270 south to the Shady Grove Road exit (#8). Stay in the right lane of the exit ramp and bear right following the signs to Omega Drive. At the stop sign, turn left onto Omega Drive. Make a right at the first traffic light onto Key West Avenue. Make a left at the first traffic light onto Broschart Road. The Montgomery County Campus is the first entrance on your left. #9601 - 9605.
Follow this link to Montgomery County Campus map
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.