Welcome to Johns Hopkins Carey Business School
To ensure a smooth transition into your new role, all new full-time faculty should complete steps below. Part-time faculty will be contacted by Deb Boyd, and visiting faculty will be contacted by Sally Holland with instructions for beginning the new-hire process.
Step 1: New hire form
New faculty are required to complete the New Hire Form to begin the onboarding process.
Email Human Resources if you have not yet been contacted to begin the onboarding process.
Return the completed form to Human Resources using Dropbox. Using Dropbox ensures the confidentiality and security of your personally identifiable information. The dropbox can be found at
Step 2: JHED ID and email
Once your New Hire Form has been processed, you will receive an email with your unique Johns Hopkins University ID. Please activate your JHED ID and email account as soon as possible. The JHED ID is required to access Carey Business School’s internal systems.
Set up your account and password by going to the university's MyJH webpage and selecting the "First Time User?" link.
Faculty members are required to use their Johns Hopkins email account. All official Johns Hopkins communications will be transmitted only through your Johns Hopkins email account; therefore, it is vital that you set up your email account promptly to receive all pertinent information. For information on setting up your email account and forwarding services, please visit the IT webpage.
Step 3: Visas
Contact Carey Business School Human Resources for visa assistance.
Step 4: J-Card and Building Access Card
The J-card is a picture ID card used for identification, security, and access to university buildings and services. To have your J-card preprinted, please submit a 2”x2” photo of your head and shoulders to firstname.lastname@example.org. Yearbook and passport photos work best. Please choose a plain, indoor background, and do not wear sunglasses, hats, or hairstyles that obscure your eyes.
In your email, include:
- Your full name and birthday
- The location where you will be teaching classes (Baltimore, Washington, D.C., etc.)
Your J-card and building access card will be distributed to you at New Faculty Orientation or your first official day at Carey Business School. If your J-card or building access card is lost, misplaced, or damaged, please email Operations at email@example.com to request a replacement (a replacement fee will be assessed).
Step 5: Directory profile, business cards and name badges
Please fill out the following forms and submit to the Office of Faculty and Research (firstname.lastname@example.org) for processing.
- Faculty Biography Form. This will be used to create your profile in our Faculty Directory on the Carey Business School website. Please submit your completed form with a recent professional photograph. You may also include your CV or a link to your personal website to be posted within your profile.
- Business Card Template. This information will be used to order your business cards, if applicable.
- Your name badge for special events includes only your first and last names. If your name badge is lost, misplaced, or damaged, please request a replacement (a replacement fee will be assessed).
Step 6: New faculty orientation
Please attend the New Faculty Orientation, usually held in mid-August, at the Carey Business School’s Baltimore campus. The orientation program provides:
- Introduction to the Carey Business School leadership and mission of the school.
- Overview of resources that support teaching and research.
- Overview of policies and procedures of the university and Carey Business School.
- Time to meet and talk with current faculty who can help answer questions or provide information about Carey Business School.
- Teaching Academy sessions for you to work directly with our Teaching & Learning@Carey team.
We strongly encourage attendance by all new full-time faculty at the orientation programs. We also kindly ask that new faculty wait to visit the campus until the first day of orientation or your official start date.
Housing and transportation
- Comprehensive website about moving to Baltimore City
- Maryland housing search
- Living in Washington, D.C.
- Johns Hopkins University live near your work program
If you are interested in locating temporary, off-campus housing, please visit the following links and log in using your JHED ID and password:
Trains between Baltimore and Washington, D.C.:
- Maryland Transit Association operates a commuter train line (known as the MARC Train) that services Baltimore (Baltimore-Penn Station) and Washington, D.C. (Union Station). More information can be found here: MARC Train
- Amtrak operates a national passenger train service that includes transportation between Baltimore and Washington. The cost of a ticket for this train service is higher than the MARC commuter rail service. More information can be found here: Amtrak Baltimore Penn Station
The following links provide more information about Maryland K-12 public schools:
Benefits and payroll
For all Human Resources items including benefits and payroll, visit the Inside Carey resource at https://carey.jhu.edu/inside/human-resources/resources-for-employees/
Faculty and resources
For additional resources, including our Faculty Handbook, academic calendar, and standard syllabi, visit the Faculty Resources and Teaching & Learning@Carey pages.
Inside Carey is a single-access point for Carey Business School-related resources including IT help request, benefits summary, and human resources. (JHED and password needed.)
myJH is a single-access point to hundreds of Johns Hopkins web applications and Johns Hopkins-related resources. (JHED and Password needed).