​Below are select groups specifically addressing diversity at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine. To view a broader list, please visit the School of Medicine Student Group page.

Biomedical Scholars Association: Provides academic support, social support, networking opportunities, and professional development for scholars that consider himself or herself an underrepresented minority within the Hopkins community.

Black Graduate Student Association: The purpose of the Black Graduate Student Association (BGSA) is to provide a support network whose ultimate aim is to promote the academic success of African, African American, and Afro Caribbean graduate students at Johns Hopkins University

Center for Salud/ Health Opportunities for Latinos: Mission is to promote equity in health and opportunity for Latinos through research, education, and advocacy at Hopkins and the greater Baltimore community.

Equal Access in Science & Medicine: Trainee-led disability education, community, and advocacy at JHMI

Gertrude Stein Society: Organization for LGBTQ members of Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions and their allies.

Graduate Women’s Empowerment Network: Organization seeking to increase the representation of women with graduate degrees within STEM professions. GWEN’s mission is to connect, inspire, and empower women by building a network.

Hopkins-UMB Society for Advancement of Chicanos, Latinos and Native Americans in Science: The chapter is committed to encouraging minority students and scientists to advance to their utmost capability.

Johns Hopkins Graduate Muslim Student Association: Organization dedicated to enriching the spiritual and social lives of students, staff, postdocs, and medical residents at Johns Hopkins University.