Organizations Directory

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A Place to Talk (APTT)

A PLACE TO TALK is student-to-student peer listening for the Hopkins community. We provide a cozy environment for anyone to discuss anything, from everyday frustrations to serious concerns. Peer listeners are undergraduate students who have been trained

Active Minds @ JHU

We want to become the voice on the Hopkins campus to faciliate a conversation about mental health. We recognize the various changes and challenges student may face in their daily lives, and while our minds are engaged in receiving all the

Actuarial Club

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Adoremus is the Johns Hopkins Christian a cappella group devoted to sharing music with our diverse student body and our neighborhood community. Established in 1995, Adoremus continues to serve our campus through song.

Advocates for Autism (AFA)

AFA is a student advocacy group for people on the Autism Spectrum. We bring information about autism to campus through engaging events and speakers. AFA also connects members to volunteer opportunities working with people with developmental disorders.

Aerial Circus Club (Aerial Circus)

The primary purpose of the aerial circus club is to introduce students to the art of aerial circus, which is a unique performance art that combines dance, strength, and flexibility.

African Students Association

The African Students Association (ASA) of the Johns Hopkins University comprises a group of students dedicated to the education of the Hopkins community at large of the different cultures that comprise the African continent

Agape Campus Christian Fellowship

We are a group of students at JHU who are committed to live this life and faith together in our college years. We are also to love our campus as God has loved us! Whether you're a new Christian or not, there's a place for you here!

AllNighters, The Johns Hopkins

The Johns Hopkins AllNighters are JHU's premiere all-male a cappella group.

Alpha Delta Phi (Wawa)

The Alpha Delta Phi Fraternity was founded in 1832 at Hamilton College in Clinton, New York by Samuel Eells (1810-1842). Founded as a literary society, it evolved into one of the most distinguished of the original American college

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