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Class of 2015 arrives at Johns Hopkins Aug. 24 and 25

THE JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY
OFFICE OF NEWS AND INFORMATION
901 S. Bond St., Suite 540
Baltimore, Maryland 21231August 23, 2011

MEDIA ADVISORY

TO:                     Reporters, Editors, Assignment Desks

FROM:             Amy Lunday / 443-287-9960 / acl@jhu.edu

RE:                     Class of 2015 arrives at Johns Hopkins Aug. 24 and 25

WHEN:            Wednesday, Aug. 24, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.; Thursday, Aug. 25, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

WHERE:          Johns Hopkins University’s Homewood campus, 3400 N. Charles St., Baltimore

Members of the media are invited to visit Johns Hopkins’ Homewood campus Aug. 24 and 25 when the freshmen class moves into the residence halls. Move-in offers photographers, camera crews and reporters the chance to capture scenes from an annual rite of passage, when parents hug their children goodbye and young adults begin their lives as undergraduates at one of the nation’s top universities.

Volunteers will be on hand to greet the 1,287 freshmen and help them check into student housing days before the fall semester begins Monday, Aug. 29, which also marks the start of the university’s 136th academic year. As the newcomers arrive in a winding caravan of vehicles, a contingent of upperclassmen will transfer wagonloads of the necessities of college life from the cars to the students’ new homes. While the freshmen settle in, parents will be treated to refreshments and a have a chance to meet faculty, staff and students, as well as their fellow freshmen parents.

Some facts and figures about the class of 2015 (as of Aug. 19):

Total freshman enrollment:                              1,287

Number of freshman applicants:                     19,391

Number of freshmen admitted:                        3,573

Male:                                                                            52 percent

Female:                                                                        48 percent

Underrepresented minority students:            231

Krieger School of Arts and Sciences:               64 percent

Whiting School of Engineering:                          36 percent

Early decision:                                                            503

Top five states, in order:                                         New York, New Jersey, California, Maryland, and Pennsylvania

Mean SAT I combined score:                               1404

Mean unweighted academic GPA:                      3.74

Among the class of 2015 are 14 Baltimore Scholars, graduates of Baltimore City public schools accepted into the university’s undergraduate programs who receive full-tuition scholarships.

The following are some events of note during the first weeks of the school year. In addition to move-in itself, these events will present good visual opportunities for the media:

Sunday, Aug. 28, 7 to 10 p.m. Beginning at the Freshmen Quad.
Banner Walk and New Student Convocation. The class of 2015 will take part in a Johns Hopkins tradition: At 7 p.m., the class of 2014 will carry its class banner across the campus to a tent on the Decker Quad, where the new students will be formally welcomed to Johns Hopkins.

Monday, Aug. 29, 10 p.m. to midnight. Breezeway and Wyman Quad (informally known as the lower quad)
First Night Party. The classes of 2012, 2013, and 2014 formally welcome the incoming class of 2015 with a brief induction ceremony followed by a celebration.

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Johns Hopkins University news releases can be found on the World Wide Web at http://releases.jhu.edu/
Information on automatic E-mail delivery of science and medical news releases is available at the same address.

THE JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY

OFFICE OF NEWS AND INFORMATION

Suite 540, 901 S. Bond St.

Baltimore, Maryland 21231

August 23, 2011

MEDIA ADVISORY

TO: Reporters, Editors, Assignment Desks

FROM: Amy Lunday / 443-287-9960 / acl@jhu.edu

RE: Class of 2015 arrives at Johns Hopkins Aug. 24 and 25

WHEN: Wednesday, Aug. 24, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.;

Thursday, Aug. 25, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

WHERE: Johns Hopkins University’s Homewood campus, 3400 N. Charles St., Baltimore

Members of the media are invited to visit Johns Hopkins’ Homewood campus Aug. 24 and 25 when the freshmen class moves into the residence halls. Move-in offers photographers, camera crews and reporters the chance to capture scenes from an annual rite of passage, when parents hug their children goodbye and young adults begin their lives as undergraduates at one of the nation’s top universities.

Volunteers will be on hand to greet the 1,287 freshmen and help them check into student housing days before the fall semester begins Monday, Aug. 29, which also marks the start of the university’s 136th academic year. As the newcomers arrive in a winding caravan of vehicles, a contingent of upperclassmen will transfer wagonloads of the necessities of college life from the cars to the students’ new homes. While the freshmen settle in, parents will be treated to refreshments and a have a chance to meet faculty, staff and students, as well as their fellow freshmen parents.

Some facts and figures about the class of 2015 (as of Aug. 19):

Total freshman enrollment: 1,287

Number of freshman applicants: 19,391

Number of freshmen admitted: 3,573

Male: 52 percent

Female: 48 percent

Underrepresented minority students: 231

Krieger School of Arts and Sciences: 64 percent

Whiting School of Engineering: 36 percent

Early decision: 503

Top five states, in order: New York, New Jersey, California, Maryland, and Pennsylvania

Mean SAT I combined score: 1404

Mean unweighted academic GPA: 3.74

Among the class of 2015 are 14 Baltimore Scholars, graduates of Baltimore City public schools accepted into the university’s undergraduate programs who receive full-tuition scholarships.

The following are some events of note during the first weeks of the school year. In addition to move-in itself, these events will present good visual opportunities for the media:

Sunday, Aug. 28, 7 to 10 p.m. Beginning at the Freshmen Quad.

Banner Walk and New Student Convocation. The class of 2015 w

THE JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY

OFFICE OF NEWS AND INFORMATION

Suite 540, 901 S. Bond St.

Baltimore, Maryland 21231

August 23, 2011

MEDIA ADVISORY

TO:                  Reporters, Editors, Assignment Desks

FROM:             Amy Lunday / 443-287-9960 / acl@jhu.edu

RE:                  Class of 2015 arrives at Johns Hopkins Aug. 24 and 25

WHEN:            Wednesday, Aug. 24, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.;

Thursday, Aug. 25, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

WHERE:          Johns Hopkins University’s Homewood campus, 3400 N. Charles St., Baltimore

Members of the media are invited to visit Johns Hopkins’ Homewood campus Aug. 24 and 25 when the freshmen class moves into the residence halls. Move-in offers photographers, camera crews and reporters the chance to capture scenes from an annual rite of passage, when parents hug their children goodbye and young adults begin their lives as undergraduates at one of the nation’s top universities.

Volunteers will be on hand to greet the 1,287 freshmen and help them check into student housing days before the fall semester begins Monday, Aug. 29, which also marks the start of the university’s 136th academic year. As the newcomers arrive in a winding caravan of vehicles, a contingent of upperclassmen will transfer wagonloads of the necessities of college life from the cars to the students’ new homes. While the freshmen settle in, parents will be treated to refreshments and a have a chance to meet faculty, staff and students, as well as their fellow freshmen parents.

Some facts and figures about the class of 2015 (as of Aug. 19):

Total freshman enrollment:                              1,287

Number of freshman applicants:                     19,391

Number of freshmen admitted:                                     3,573

Male:                                                               52 percent

Female:                                                                        48 percent

Underrepresented minority students:               231

Krieger School of Arts and Sciences:               64 percent

Whiting School of Engineering:                                   36 percent

Early decision:                                                 503

Top five states, in order:                                  New York, New Jersey, California, Maryland, and Pennsylvania

Mean SAT I combined score:                          1404

Mean unweighted academic GPA:                   3.74

Among the class of 2015 are 14 Baltimore Scholars, graduates of Baltimore City public schools accepted into the university’s undergraduate programs who receive full-tuition scholarships.

The following are some events of note during the first weeks of the school year. In addition to move-in itself, these events will present good visual opportunities for the media:

Sunday, Aug. 28, 7 to 10 p.m. Beginning at the Freshmen Quad.

Banner Walk and New Student Convocation. The class of 2015 will take part in a Johns Hopkins tradition: At 7 p.m., the class of 2014 will carry its class banner across the campus to a tent on the Decker Quad, where the new students will be formally welcomed to Johns Hopkins.

Monday, Aug. 29, 10 p.m. to midnight. Breezeway and Wyman Quad (informally known as the lower quad)

First Night Party. The classes of 2012, 2013, and 2014 formally welcome the incoming class of 2015 with a brief induction ceremony followed by a celebration.

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Johns Hopkins University news releases can be found on the World Wide Web at http://releases.jhu.edu/

Information on automatic E-mail delivery of science and medical news releases is available at the same address.

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THE JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY

OFFICE OF NEWS AND INFORMATION

Suite 540, 901 S. Bond St.

Baltimore, Maryland 21231

August 23, 2011

MEDIA ADVISORY

TO: Reporters, Editors, Assignment Desks

FROM: Amy Lunday / 443-287-9960 / acl@jhu.edu

RE: Class of 2015 arrives at Johns Hopkins Aug. 24 and 25

WHEN: Wednesday, Aug. 24, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.;

Thursday, Aug. 25, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

WHERE: Johns Hopkins University’s Homewood campus, 3400 N. Charles St., Baltimore

Members of the media are invited to visit Johns Hopkins’ Homewood campus Aug. 24 and 25 when the freshmen class moves into the residence halls. Move-in offers photographers, camera crews and reporters the chance to capture scenes from an annual rite of passage, when parents hug their children goodbye and young adults begin their lives as undergraduates at one of the nation’s top universities.

Volunteers will be on hand to greet the 1,287 freshmen and help them check into student housing days before the fall semester begins Monday, Aug. 29, which also marks the start of the university’s 136th academic year. As the newcomers arrive in a winding caravan of vehicles, a contingent of upperclassmen will transfer wagonloads of the necessities of college life from the cars to the students’ new homes. While the freshmen settle in, parents will be treated to refreshments and a have a chance to meet faculty, staff and students, as well as their fellow freshmen parents.

Some facts and figures about the class of 2015 (as of Aug. 19):

Total freshman enrollment: 1,287

Number of freshman applicants: 19,391

Number of freshmen admitted: 3,573

Male: 52 percent

Female: 48 percent

Underrepresented minority students: 231

Krieger School of Arts and Sciences: 64 percent

Whiting School of Engineering: 36 percent

Early decision: 503

Top five states, in order: New York, New Jersey, California, Maryland, and Pennsylvania

Mean SAT I combined score: 1404

Mean unweighted academic GPA: 3.74

Among the class of 2015 are 14 Baltimore Scholars, graduates of Baltimore City public schools accepted into the university’s undergraduate programs who receive full-tuition scholarships.

The following are some events of note during the first weeks of the school year. In addition to move-in itself, these events will present good visual opportunities for the media:

Sunday, Aug. 28, 7 to 10 p.m. Beginning at the Freshmen Quad.

Banner Walk and New Student Convocation. The class of 2015 will take part in a Johns Hopkins tradition: At 7 p.m., the class of 2014 will carry its class banner across the campus to a tent on the Decker Quad, where the new students will be formally welcomed to Johns Hopkins.

Monday, Aug. 29, 10 p.m. to midnight. Breezeway and Wyman Quad (informally known as the lower quad)

First Night Party. The classes of 2012, 2013, and 2014 formally welcome the incoming class of 2015 with a brief induction ceremony followed by a celebration.

###

Johns Hopkins University news releases can be found on the World Wide Web at http://releases.jhu.edu/

Information on automatic E-mail delivery of science and medical news releases is available at the same address.

a Johns Hopkins tradition: At 7 p.m., the class of 2014 will carry its class banner across the campus to a tent on the Decker Quad, where the new students will be formally welcomed to Johns Hopkins.

Monday, Aug. 29, 10 p.m. to midnight. Breezeway and Wyman Quad (informally known as the lower quad)

First Night Party. The classes of 2012, 2013, and 2014 formally welcome the incoming class of 2015 with a brief induction ceremony followed by a celebration.

###

Johns Hopkins University news releases can be found on the World Wide Web at http://releases.jhu.edu/

Information on automatic E-mail delivery of science and medical news releases is available at the same address.


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