An outside vendor ships lab kits for all Engineering Innovation courses offered online. Please note that the lab kit fee covers the cost of shipping within the continguous United States. Additional charges will be applied to shipments beyond the contiguous United States; these charges can be up to $500. Please click here to see shipping costs for summer 2021 as a guide.
Students outside of the United States are also responsible for taxes, tariffs, or duties that are charged by customs to clear a package in addition to international shipping fees.
Once a lab kit has been shipped by our vendor, we are not able to issue a refund. Please check your email for updates regarding shipping dates.
All Engineering Innovation courses use a Learning Management Systems (LMS). Students will have access to the Blackboard site associated with their course two to three days before the first day of class.
Course communication will be through MS Teams.
The Johns Hopkins University and the Engineering Innovation program are committed to making all courses, support services, and facilities accessible to students with disabilities.
To receive accommodations for a disability, a student must first register with the JHU Student Disability Services office. Registration should be completed as early as possible — by May 1 for summer programs, or, no later than two weeks prior to the first day of class for fall or spring terms. Part of the registration process is the submission of documentation of the student’s disability. For information on the University’s documentation guidelines, please follow this link. You are encouraged to share this link with your child’s evaluator (e.g. physician, psychologist, etc.) to help guide his or her writing, if necessary. SDS welcomes documentation in the form of a neuropsychological evaluation, if available. IEPs and 504 plans will also be considered in implementing accommodations at JHU.
Part of the registration process is the submission of documentation of the disability. Please refer to the university Documentation Guidelines at https://studentaffairs.jhu.edu/disabilities/newly-admitted-students/documentation-guidelines/ for more information.
You are encouraged to share the link above with your provider (e.g. physician, psychologist, teacher/counselor, etc.) to help guide his or her writing, if necessary. Please know that IEPs and 504 Plans, although helpful, do not constitute comprehensive documentation. However, when combined with other documentation from a qualified evaluator, can provide adequate support for accommodations during your Engineering Innovation experience.
To begin the registration process with Student Disability Services and to establish eligibility for disability related accommodations and services, follow these steps:
Once your form and documentation are received, the next step in the process will be a phone call or virtual meeting with an SDS professional staff member, when needed, to complete your requested accommodations. If you have any difficulty providing documentation or need more information about any aspect of the process, please contact SDS staff at [email protected]
Student Disability Services Office
The Johns Hopkins University, Student Disability Services, 3400 N. Charles Street, Shaffer Hall, Suite 101, Baltimore, MD 21218; Phone: 410-516-4720; FAX: 443-529-1543; https://studentaffairs.jhu.edu/disabilities/
Please direct questions to Dr. Terri Massie-Burrell, Director of Student Disability Services.