Dear Newly Admitted Students,

Jill Green's PhotoWelcome and congratulations on your admission to the Johns Hopkins Carey Business School. With your admission to Johns Hopkins, a world renowned leader in innovation, you have already distinguished yourself from the rest. With your commitment to the Carey Business School, you will build further the capacity to not only transform your own future but the lives of others through business and industry.  For someone like you, learning is not a casual observation – it is a rigorous interaction, both inside and outside of the classroom. We understand what you want!

We know your type – highly capable, determined, and wildly adamant about doing well while doing good. You won’t be alone here at Carey. Our faculty, students, and staff share your ambition and aptitude. You are one of us now. Please use this page as an opportunity to familiarize yourself with your program's academic directors and advisers – they are eager to meet you.

When it comes to advancing your career, our Career Development Office offers a full complement of programs and services to meet the professional development needs of our MS and MBA students. You will find at the Carey Business School, Career Development is a student- centered approach that builds on your professional attributes and ambitions.

As you consider your decision to join us, I encourage you to engage with us often. Admissions staff, students, and faculty can provide you with valuable insights on the Carey experience to assure you that you are making the right choice regarding your business education. If you would like to connect with our student ambassadors, please email us at You will hear from us frequently in the coming weeks – we like to stay connected.

Go ahead and make the decision today to join the Johns Hopkins Carey Business School and build your future with us!  At any time, you are welcome to contact me directly with questions or comments: djillgreen@jhu.eduor (410) 234-9241.

Congratulations again and I look forward to meeting you.


D. Jill Green
Associate Dean for Admissions and Programs