Financing Your Education
The Office of Student Financial Services is committed to helping all qualified students finance a Johns Hopkins education. Approximately 44 percent of Johns Hopkins undergraduates receive some form of financial assistance. To the extent that our funds allow, we strive to meet the financial need of our families. We are also available to assist families with the process of applying for financial aid and understanding the various need-based financial aid programs, as well as with other financing options.
Visit the Office of Student Financial Services website for more information, including:
- Need calculator: Estimate your expected financial need at Johns Hopkins.
- Need-based awards: A list of grants and scholarships that do not need to be repaid.
- Merit-based scholarships: Full list of merit-based opportunities.
- Financing options: A publication on loans and payment programs available to Johns Hopkins students.
Documents required to apply
- CSS/Financial Aid PROFILE
- International Certification of Finances Form: international students only.
- Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA): Information on financial aid and scholarships nationwide. You can also submit your FAFSA online.
- Veterans’ benefits: Eligibility, registration, and contact information.
The Baltimore Scholars Program offers full-tuition scholarships for Baltimore City public high school students who are accepted to Johns Hopkins University.