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Washington, D.C. Center

Situated in the heart of Washington DC, The Johns Hopkins University Bernstein Offit Building at 1717 Massachusetts Avenue, N.W. offers a dynamic learning environment that is conveniently located near everything that Washington has to offer.

The Bernstein Offit Building also serves as the administrative office for Advanced Academic Programs. Admissions, Registration, Online, Information Technology, and Outreach staff are located at this center just two blocks south of Dupont Circle accessible by Metro. The center includes a Library Resource Center, faculty and student lounges, a large administrative/program management suite for faculty and staff, 16 classrooms or seminar rooms, two computer labs, and a large presentation room. The Washington Center provides an excellent learning environment for Advanced Academic Programs, and many Arts and Sciences Washington-based initiatives.

Schools with classes and programs at the Washington D.C. Center: The Zanvyl Krieger School of Arts and Sciences
Advanced Academic Programs

 

How to get to the Washington, D.C. Center campus
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Washington D.C. Center
Johns Hopkins University Zanvyl Krieger School of Arts & Sciences Advanced Academic Programs
Bernstein Offit Building
1717 Massachusetts Ave., NW
Suite 104
Washington, DC 20036
202-452-1280

From Baltimore and points north: Take I-95 to I-495 south (Washington Beltway). From 495, take exit 22B to 295 south, the Baltimore-Washington Parkway, to the New York Avenue exit. On New York Avenue (Route 50) stay in the right-hand lane toward downtown Washington. After about 8 miles bear right at Mount Vernon Square, onto Massachusetts Avenue. Take the underpass at Thomas Circle, circle around Scott Circle. The Rome Building is the third building on your right after you cleared Scott Circle.

Or, you can take I-95 to I-495 west (Washington Beltway) to exit 30, Route 29 south toward Silver Spring. Follow Route 29 through downtown Silver Spring until you reach the circle at the intersection of 16th Street, N.W.; turn left onto 16th Street. Take 16th Street to Scott Circle, bearing to the right to avoid the underpass. Turn right onto Massachusetts Avenue.

The Bernstein Offit Building is located at 1717 Massachusetts Avenue, NW, one block from the Dupont Circle (Red line) Metro station's south entrance.

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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.