Supporting all of our students

A promise delivered to all of our students: If you are admitted to Johns Hopkins, we will do everything we can to make Hopkins a financial possibility for your family.

Johns Hopkins is committed to enrolling a diverse student body of the best students, regardless of their family’s financial circumstances.

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Financial Aid

Who receives aid?

Each family has unique circumstances. Our financial aid advisers are here to help chart the course that makes the most sense to your family. Many factors go into determining financial aid awards for admitted students, and many types of families will receive aid at Hopkins.

Learn more about our commitment to meeting each family’s needs
Tuition and Costs

An investment in your future

The opportunities you get at Hopkins are once in a lifetime.

We realize that deciding where to attend college can be a big decision for the entire family. Our goal is to make Hopkins financially possible for all admitted students so that they’re making the decision without family financial circumstances in mind. We are fully committed to meeting our students’ financial needs so they can spend their time here focused on the next big discovery, not the next payment.

Net Price Calculator

The best place to begin exploring how much college will cost and what types of financial aid you might qualify for.

Net Price Calculator

How to Apply

Find a full list of requirements and deadlines.

Financial Aid Website

Types of Aid

Grants and scholarships combine to support our pledge to make Hopkins affordable.

View Grants and Scholarships

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Applying for Aid

Demystifying the financial aid process for all families

Unsure if you’ll qualify for aid? Not sure what a FAFSA or CSS Profile is? Our advisers are here to help you at every step of the way. For an overview, start by reviewing our deadlines and requirements, keeping in mind that these may vary for each school you’re considering.

Apply for Aid