Financial Aid at Hopkins

We aim to bring the best students to campus. In order to do that, we are committed to making their education affordable. We expect the best from our students, and they can expect the same from us. As an institution with a long-standing tradition of crossing academic boundaries and making new discoveries that have shaped the world around us, our commitment to supporting the best and brightest students is at the core of our mission.

Our generous financial aid program allows us to provide transformative experiences for the most talented students and, in turn, allows them to use the unique opportunities at Hopkins to make a lasting impact on the world. To learn more about financing your education, please visit: https://www.jhu.edu/admissions/financial-aid/

Advanced Academic Programs

Pursuing an advanced degree is a fantastic way to take your education, research, and career to a higher level. With it comes a higher workload and, often, a higher financial need. We recognize this is an important, and significant, investment in your life. So, we are completely committed to doing all that we can to help you pursue your goals.  To learn more, please visit https://finaid.jhu.edu/graduate-aid/.

KRIEGER SCHOOL OF ARTS AND SCIENCES

For undergraduate students, meeting 100% of demonstrated need ensures the Hopkins experience is possible for all admitted students. Each year, our students receive over $100 million in grant money towards their Hopkins education. Johns Hopkins is committed to enrolling the most talented students from all backgrounds, regardless of their families’ financial circumstances. We are need-blind for U.S. citizens and permanent residents, and offer financial aid packages that meet 100% of need and do not include student loans. To learn more, please visit the financial aid website at https://finaid.jhu.edu/undergraduate-aid/.

For graduate students, pursuing an advanced degree is a fantastic way to take your education, research, and career to a higher level. With it comes a higher workload and, often, a higher financial need. We recognize this is an important, and significant, investment in your life. So, we are completely committed to doing all that we can to help you pursue your goals.  To learn more, please visit https://finaid.jhu.edu/graduate-aid/.

carey Business school

The Carey Business School is dedicated to serving our students, colleagues, and the greater Carey community in a compliant and equitable manner. Carey offers numerous options for financing your education, including scholarship aid, loans, payment plans, and tuition reimbursement available to those who qualify. For more information, please refer to the financial aid website at carey.jhu.edu/current-students/financial-aid/policies/title-iv-funds.

SCHOOL OF EDUCATION

The School of Education offers financial support that includes federal grants and low-interest loans, state grants and scholarships, and school-based scholarships. In general, consideration for financial aid is restricted to students who have been fully and unconditionally accepted into a degree or approved certificate program, enroll half-time or more each semester, and maintain satisfactory academic progress. For more information, please refer to the financial aid website at https://education.jhu.edu/admission-financial-aid/apply-for-financial-aid/.

WHITING SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING

For undergraduate students, meeting 100% of demonstrated need ensures the Hopkins experience is possible for all admitted students. Each year, our students receive over $100 million in grant money towards their Hopkins education. Johns Hopkins is committed to enrolling the most talented students from all backgrounds, regardless of their families’ financial circumstances. We are need-blind for U.S. citizens and permanent residents, and offer financial aid packages that meet 100% of need and do not include student loans. To learn more, please visit the financial aid website at https://finaid.jhu.edu/undergraduate-aid/.

For graduate students, pursuing an advanced degree is a fantastic way to take your education, research, and career to a higher level. With it comes a higher workload and, often, a higher financial need. We recognize this is an important, and significant, investment in your life. So, we are completely committed to doing all that we can to help you pursue your goals.  To learn more, please visit https://finaid.jhu.edu/graduate-aid/.

ENGINEERING FOR PROFESSIONALS

Pursuing an advanced degree is a fantastic way to take your education, research, and career to a higher level. With it comes a higher workload and, often, a higher financial need. We recognize this is an important, and significant, investment in your life. So, we are completely committed to doing all that we can to help you pursue your goals.  To learn more, please visit https://finaid.jhu.edu/graduate-aid/.

SCHOOL OF ADVANCED INTERNATIONAL STUDIES

The global financial aid team at Johns Hopkins SAIS is here to help you with ways to fund your graduate studies. From assistantships and fellowships to federal aid or scholarships for non-US students, we’re committed to providing all the information you need to make your Johns Hopkins SAIS degree as affordable as possible. For more information, please refer to the financial aid website at https://sais.jhu.edu/admissions-aid/tuition-and-aid/financial-aid#welcome.

SCHOOL OF MEDICINE

Medical school can be a challenging proposition wherever you choose to enroll. But, the commitment Johns Hopkins makes to helping students manage the cost of their education can make a difference. The Johns Hopkins School of Medicine is committed to providing financial assistance to all eligible students who qualify based on the availability of funds and demonstrated financial need. We work with each student to explore options for making a Johns Hopkins medical education possible. For more information, please refer to the financial aid website at https://www.hopkinsmedicine.org/som/offices/finaid/.

SCHOOL OF NURSING

At the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing, a graduate degree is an investment in your future and we understand that financing it can seem overwhelming. The Office of Student Financial Services is committed to assisting you in any way we can to make your educational goals attainable. We are here to guide you through the process from the time you apply and even after graduation. The Johns Hopkins School of Nursing participates in several financial aid programs that can help you pay for your educational expenses, such as grants, scholarships, federal loans, and employment programs. We also have a wealth of information on repayment programs designed specifically for nursing students. An overview of the various aid programs is provided here. For more information, contact the Office of Student Financial Services at 410-955-9840 or visit our website at http://nursing.jhu.edu/admissions/financial-aid/index.html.

Peabody institute

Peabody offers numerous highly-competitive scholarships in order to enroll the best and brightest while making a Peabody degree as affordable as possible. Peabody students are considered for scholarships during auditions and will be considered for federal aid awards after the results of the Free Application for Federal Student Aid are received. For more information, please refer to the financial aid website at https://peabody.jhu.edu/audition-apply/financial-aid-scholarships/.

BLOOMBERG SCHOOL OF PUBLIC HEALTH

Funding for educational expenses can come from several sources: scholarships, grants, loans (government and private). These resources are administered by different offices at the Bloomberg School. Each academic department at the Bloomberg School administers and awards scholarship assistance. The Financial Aid Office assists students in securing federal and private loans and Federal Work-Study funding. To learn more, please visit the financial aid website at https://www.jhsph.edu/offices-and-services/student-affairs/financial-aid/.