Baltimore—Harbor East

Johns Hopkins Carey Business SchoolLocated in the state-of-the-art Legg Mason Tower overlooking Baltimore’s thriving Inner Harbor, the Johns Hopkins Carey Business School offers students the opportunity to interact with business leaders from around the region while taking advantage of the nationally-renowned fine dining, entertainment, and retail spots.

More importantly, Baltimore’s close proximity to Washington, D.C., and New York City offers students easy access to government and international institutions like the IMF, World Bank, U.S. Congress, and the United Nations, as well as Fortune 500 companies and Wall Street.

Parking

Stay on the roundabout and take next (3rd) right onto President Street. Turn right into the garage. Take the elevator to the building lobby. We will provide an escort service to area parking garages upon request. Contact 410-605-0021 for additional information.

 

 


 

Columbia

The Columbia Center is conveniently located halfway between Baltimore and Washington, D.C., along the I-95 corridor.

 

 

Parking

Ample free parking is available.


 

Rockville

Only 10 miles from D.C., the Montgomery County campus is close to leading biotech firms and government research institutions.

 

Parking

Ample free parking is available. PLEASE NOTE: The Medical Center Drive entrance to campus is closed due to construction. You must enter campus from Broschart Road.

 


 

Washington, D.C.

Johns Hopkins Carey Business School, Washington, D.C.Take Johns Hopkins MBA or MS degree classes in Washington, D.C.—just steps from the DuPont Circle Metro station.

Join some of the most creative, accomplished, and forward-thinking professionals in the region—and from across the world—as you work together to tackle the greatest challenges facing business and society.

Parking

Colonial Parking - 1625 Massachusetts Avenue 

The garage in the Washington Center is open from 7am until 7pm weekdays. While you cannot enter the garage after 7pm, you may exit until 9:45pm. Parking is a flat rate of $7 after 4:30pm, otherwise, it is $9 per hour or $18 all day. Enter the garage from Massachusetts Avenue.

Since it is sometimes difficult to enter this garage after 5pm, it is recommended that you arrive early or park at 1616 Rhode Island Avenue (see below). Note that your car may be towed if you block another car in this garage without leaving your key with the parking attendant. You will be responsible for all fees incurred as a result of being towed. Contact 202-295-8220 for additional information. 

Colonial Parking - 1616 Rhode Island Avenue

Parking is also available at the 1616 Rhode Island Avenue parking lot, next door to the University of California (one block away). The lot is open from 6am until 10pm, weekdays only. There is no entry after 6pm and you must exit the lot by 10pm to prevent being towed. Parking is a flat rate of $5 after 5pm on weekdays, or $8 for the 1st hour, or $15 for a full day.

Parking on Saturdays

Saturday parking is available at the Denison parking garage located at 1717 Rhode Island Avenue (under St. Matthews Cathedral). The garage is open from 8am until 5pm, and parking is a flat rate of $5. Street parking is also available. You should read all street signs to ensure that parking is permitted.

Metro

Many Washington DC Center students travel to and from class on the Metro. The center is conveniently located near two Metro stops: Dupont Circle (south exit) on the red line (two blocks away) and Farragut West on the blue and orange lines (five blocks away).