Work-Study Opportunities

In addition to covering your college costs, work opportunities help you gain valuable experience and connections.

Sixty percent of our students work part-time, eight to ten hours per week, to help cover their college costs. Federal Work-Study and Hopkins Work-Study are included in our financial aid offers and provide options to work part-time within the Hopkins network. Regardless of your financial aid eligibility, you’re welcome to work on or off campus to earn money for personal expenses, gain experience, and get involved in the community. The University Experiential Learning office can help you find a position that fits your interests and schedule.

3.57 Average GPA of students who work part-time

Students who work part-time average a higher cumulative GPA than those who do not work part-time.


If your family demonstrates you can only pay part of college costs, or none at all, we cover the rest. Follow our step-by-step instructions to apply for need-based scholarships.

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Work Opportunities FAQ

Find answers to our most frequently asked questions about work opportunities. Still have questions? Reach out to your financial aid adviser or regional admissions counselor.