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Athletic Hall of Fame
The Johns Hopkins University Athletic Hall of Fame was founded to recognize those individuals who have made a significant contribution to Johns Hopkins Athletics.
Eligibility for Nomination to the Hall of Fame
Candidates may be nominated only if they have participated in at least two full seasons of varsity intercollegiate competition at Johns Hopkins. Nominations may also include individuals who have contributed outstanding service to athletics at Johns Hopkins.
A candidate may be inducted at any time beginning 10 years after receiving his/her bachelor's degree from Johns Hopkins or another accredited institution.
A person who has not qualified for a degree may be eligible only after consideration by the committee of the individual's extenuating circumstances. The individual's candidacy must be approved by seventy percent (70%) of the voters.
Nominations will be accepted by the committee from any source. These nominations should be submitted in writing to the Hall of Fame Committee, Johns Hopkins University, Department of Athletics, 3400 N. Charles Street, Baltimore, MD 21218 no later than the first Saturday in October for consideration at the annual selection meeting in November.
Upon receipt of all nominations by the deadline, the chairperson will forward the information to the committee for their review.
The committee will convene in November and the selections for induction will be made for the spring induction ceremony.
Awards and Honors
Inductees will receive a Hall of Fame certificate, a Hall of Fame watch and a specifically designed lifetime athletic center pass, which is good for admission to all Johns Hopkins regular season home athletic events. The representative of a deceased inductee will receive the gifts in honor of the inductee.
In 2010, a Hall of Fame recognition display was added to the main lobby of the Newton White Athletic Center. Each individual inducted is represented with an individual plaque denoting their name, sport (s) affiliation, graduation year and year of induction.