Accuracy is expected in all documents provided by all applicants. Applicants must not make inaccurate statements, fabricated credentials, or material omissions on their applications, during the interview, nor submit any false materials related to or in connection with seeking admission. Violation of this requirement will result in the application being rejected or withdrawn from consideration.
It is the policy of the Carey Business School to verify all documents and credentials in support of an application. Carey Business School staff and university officials reserve the right to verify the authenticity of any information submitted or provided during the admission process. Essays and letters of recommendation may be traced back to their origin in order to establish authenticity.
If a violation is discovered during the application process an applicant will be withdrawn from admission consideration. If a violation is discovered after an applicant has been admitted, the offer will be rescinded and the student is no longer eligible for enrollment— even if the student has already enrolled and is currently making progress in an academic degree or certificate program. A degree or certificate conferred by the Johns Hopkins Carey Business School may also be rescinded if admission to the School was previously offered based upon falsified or inaccurate information. The application fee is nonrefundable.