• Address: 3400 N Charles St, Baltimore, Maryland 21218-2688

  • Phone Number: 410-516-8000

  • Website: https://www.jhu.edu

About

Johns Hopkins University is a private-not-for-profit type of university which was named after the Maryland Philanthropist, Johns Hopkins who lived in the 19th century who spent his time and money to improve the health and education conditions at Baltimore. The philanthropist has set aside $7 million in his will for setting up a hospital, orphanage, affiliated training colleges, and a university and that became the largest philanthropic act in the US History. The university began in 1876 with Daniel Coit Gilman as the First President. The university in its first President's words is, creating 'Knowledge for the World'.

The University is located in Baltimore, Maryland. To improve the standard of living in Baltimore, the university initiated the first Hopkins Local initiative. Various other programs were pioneered by the university including, BLocal Initiative, Homewood Community Partners initiative, East Baltimore development initiative, Henderson Hopkins Schools, Adopt-A-Student Uniform Drive and many more. The university has campuses on three continents and hence has been part of the legacies etched by Great thinkers and change-makers across the globe.

  • Johns Hopkins University federal school code is E00473.

  • The student-faculty ratio of the university is 10:1.

  • The graduation rate of the university is 92%.


Online Education at Johns Hopkins University

The credits of these courses can be transferred conveniently.

  • The university offers programs in Masters and Doctorate Level along with a few Certificate level Programs.

  • The university provides majors in Accounting, Applied Science, Biology, Biomedical Science, Business Management, Computer Science, Education, Engineering, Fine Arts, History and many more.

Overview

Institution Type

(4 Years) Private Not-For-Profit

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Headquartered at

Baltimore, Maryland

FAFSA/Federal School Code

E00473

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Institutional Accreditation

MSCHE

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Programmatic Accreditation

CEPH, CCNE, ABET, NCATE

Historically Black College or University

No

Data Source: https://www.jhu.edu, U.S. Department of Education - IPEDS, Federal Student Aid, CHEA.

Accreditation

The university has received its accreditation from the Middle States Commission on Higher Education.

Programmatic Accreditation

  • The Public Health programs have been accredited by the Council on Education for Public Health (CEPH).

  • The Nursing Programs have been accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education.

  • The Engineering Programs have been accredited by the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology.

  • The Teaching Programs have been accredited by the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education.

Statistics

Key Statistics
Student Faculty Ratio 10: 1
Total Population 23,917
Student Population Full Time: 13,963 Part Time: 9,954
Gender Division Male: 47 % Female: 53 %

Graduation Rate

The College Monk

Male: 93 %

The College Monk

Female: 92 %

Total Graduation Rate: 92 %

Graduation rate with bachelors degree completed

Race & Ethnicity

Data Source: U.S. Department of Education - IPEDS for Fall 2016.

Majors and Online Programs

Johns Hopkins University offers 127 online programs across 20 Majors

Business Management

Offering 6 programs accross 3 degrees

Nursing

Offering 13 programs accross 4 degrees

Accounting

Offering 3 programs accross 2 degrees

Engineering

Offering 17 programs accross 3 degrees

Health Science

Offering 20 programs accross 4 degrees

Media Studies

Offering 2 programs accross 2 degrees

Homeland Security

Offering 2 programs accross 2 degrees

Biology

Offering 12 programs accross 5 degrees

Science

Offering 3 programs accross 2 degrees

Environmental Science

Offering 15 programs accross 5 degrees

Computer Science

Offering 4 programs accross 3 degrees

Education

Offering 10 programs accross 3 degrees

Biomedical Science

Offering 2 programs accross 2 degrees

Applied Science

Offering 3 programs accross 3 degrees

Public Administration

Offering 5 programs accross 2 degrees

Fine Arts

Offering 1 programs accross 1 degrees

Information Systems

Offering 5 programs accross 2 degrees

Interdisciplinary Studies

Offering 1 programs accross 1 degrees

History

Offering 1 programs accross 1 degrees

Information Technology

Offering 2 programs accross 1 degrees

Admissions

Johns Hopkins University Acceptance Rate is 13%

Application Fee
Undergraduate Application Fee $70
Graduate Application Fee $75

Data Source: U.S. Department of Education - IPEDS for Fall 2017.

Admission Statistics
Total Applicants 27,852
Total Applicants Admitted 3,576
Applicants Enrolled 1,367
Full time Applicants Enrolled 1,367
Admission Requirements
Secondary school GPA Required
Secondary school record Required
Completion of college-preparatory program Recommended
Admission test scores (SAT/ACT) Required

Data Source: U.S. Department of Education - IPEDS for Fall 2016.

Johns Hopkins University Admission test scores (SAT/ACT)
Number of students submitting SAT scores 731
Number of students submitting ACT scores 636
Percent of students submitting SAT scores 53%
Percent of students submitting ACT scores 47%
SAT Math 710 average 670 - 750 range
SAT Critical Reading 735 average 690 - 780 range
SAT Writing 720 average 670 - 770 range
ACT Composite 33 average 32 - 34 range

Data Source: U.S. Department of Education - IPEDS for Fall 2015-2016.

Acceptance Rate

The acceptance rate of John Hopkins University is 11%. It is highly selective in terms of enrollment.

Statistics

The total applicants who applied at the university were 27,852, out of which 3,576 applicants were selected. The number of students who enrolled in the university is 1,367. 

The Application Fee for undergraduate students is $70 and for graduate students, it is $75.

Admission Requirements

You will require to fulfill the following admission requirements to get admitted to John Hopkins University.

  • High School GPA

  • High School Transcript, GDA or any equivalent diploma

  • Test Scores (SAT/ACT)

  • College Preparatory Program (Recommended)

  • TOEFL (For international applicants)

SAT Requirements

The number of students who submitted the SAT Scores is 731. The average SAT Scores required to get admitted into John Hopkins University is given here - 

SAT Math - 710 average on a range of 670 - 750

SAT Critical Reading- 735 average on a range of 690 - 780

SAT Writing - 720 average on a range of 670 - 770.

ACT Requirements 

The number of students who submitted the ACT Scores is 636. The average ACT Scores required is an average of 33 on a 32 - 34 range. 

Financial Aid and Scholarships

JHU financial aid facilities include Grants, Loans, Scholarships, and Work Study. John Hopkins University scholarships are available for freshmen, transfer and international students. Students looking for financial aid facilities can fill the FAFSA Form. John Hopkins University (JHU) federal school code is E00473. Contact the university to know more about financial aid information. The financial aid office phone number is 410-516-8028.

Federal Aid

John Hopkins University follows a need-blind process for the admission of undergraduate students. It means that the ability of the student to pay is not considered as part of its admission process. The university participates in the Title IV program and provides two particular Federal grants. Along with the grants it also provides Federal loans and Federal Work Study to complete the Federal AId package. Find more about the eligibility criteria and FAFSA application deadline for these aids in the table below.

Federal Grants Award per year Eligibilty Application Deadline
Pell Grant $4,364 Undergraduate. U.S Citizen or an Eligible Non- Citizen. January 15th, 2019
Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant (FSEOG) $1,319 Undergraduate. U.S Citizen or an Eligible Non- Citizen. January 15th, 2019
Federal Loans Award per year Eligibilty Application Deadline
Direct PLUS Loans $16,779 U.S citizen or an eligible noncitizen. Enrolled at least half-time. Dependent students. January 15th, 2019
Direct Subsidized Loans $4,064 U.S citizen or an eligible noncitizen. Enrolled at least half-time. January 15th, 2019
Direct Unsubsidized Loans $4,064 U.S citizen or an eligible noncitizen. Enrolled at least half-time. January 15th, 2019
Federal Financial Aid Award per year Eligibilty Application Deadline
Federal Work Study Varies U.S citizen or an eligible noncitizen. Enrolled at least half-time. Satisfactory academic progress. January 15th, 2019

Data Source: U.S. Department of Education - IPEDS survey data for 2016 - 2017.

State Grants and Scholarships

Students from Delaware, Maryland, Rhode Island, and Vermont may be eligible for state grants or scholarships at John Hopkins. The decision of awarding the aid is dependent upon the state scholarship agency. You can find a few examples of the state aid in the tables below along with their common eligibility criteria and application deadlines.

State Grants Award per year Eligibilty Application Deadline
The Baltimore Scholars Program Varies Baltimore City resident. Demonstrate financial aid. March 1st, 2019

Data Source: https://www.jhu.edu, U.S. Department of Education - IPEDS survey data for 2016 - 2017.

Scholarships and Grants

It provides scholarships and grants for both undergraduate and graduate students. The scholarships and grants need not be repaid by the students. The grants are provided from the institutional funds. The university also has various partnership programs through which scholarships are awarded. There are international scholarships available for incoming students who demonstrate needs and merit. Find more about the eligibility criteria, award average amount and application deadline for a few examples of scholarships and grants in the tables below.

Institutional Grants Award per year Eligibilty Application Deadline
JHU Grants Varies Demonstrate financial need. Varies
Institutional Scholarships Award per year Eligibilty Application Deadline
The National Fellowships Program Varies Excellent academic performance. Graduate or undergraduate student. Varies
Hodson Trust Scholarship Varies Excellent academic performance. Undergraduate student. Minimum of 3.0 GPA. Varies
Charles R. Westgate Scholarship in Engineering Varies Enrollment in the GWC Whiting School of Engineering Maintenance of a 3.0 GPA. Varies
Hopkins Academic Success Award Varies Full-time enrollment. Satisfactory academic progress. Varies
Hodson Gilliam Success Scholarship Varies Demonstrate financial need. Excellent academic performance. Varies
Institutional Financial Aid Award per year Eligibilty Application Deadline
JHU Non-Federal Work Study Varies Enrolled at least half-time. Satisfactory academic progress. Varies

Data Source: https://www.jhu.edu, U.S. Department of Education - IPEDS survey data for 2016 - 2017.

Military and Veteran Benefits

John Hopkins University is a military friendly institution. It provides assistance to both the veterans and their dependents for their education at the university. The veteran benefits are distributed according to the GI Bill and other federal programs for the veterans. Find a few examples of military aid available here.

Military Financial Aid Award per year Eligibilty Application Deadline
Post 9/11 GI Bill $11,956 Individuals with at least 90 days of aggregate service after September 10, 2001. Honorably discharged with a service-connected disability after 30 days. Varies
Yellow Ribbon Program Varies Eligible for the maximum benefit rate (100%) under the Post 9/11 GI Bill. Must not be on active duty or a spouse transferee of an active duty member. Varies
Tuition Assistance Program $4,493 Eligible Members of the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines, and Coast Guard. Varies
Military Scholarships Award per year Eligibilty Application Deadline
ROTC Scholarship Varies Served in U.S military service. Varies

Data Source: https://www.jhu.edu, U.S. Department of Education - IPEDS survey data for 2016 - 2017.

Federal Aid based on family income

Family Income Average Federal Aid per year
Under $30,000 $12,297
$30,001 - $48,000 $7,096
$48,001 - $75,000 $14,488
$75,001 - $110,000 $24,264
Over $110,000 $44,393

Data Source: U.S. Department of Education - IPEDS survey data for 2016 - 2017.

Federal, State or Institutional Aid Awarded Percent Avg Amount per year
Undergraduate students awarded Pell grants 12% $4,459
Federal, State or Institutional aid awarded for Full-time, first-time undergraduates 52% $38,083
Federal Grant awarded for full-time, first-time undergraduates 13% $5,680
Institutional Grant awarded for full-time, first-time undergraduates 52% $37,115
Students Loans awarded for full-time, first-time undergraduates 36% $6,594
Federal Students Loans awarded for full-time, first-time undergraduates 33% $4,302
Average aid awarded as grant or scholarship $ 27,352
Post-9/11 GI Bill Award Number of Students Amount per year
Post-9/11 GI Bill Benefits 524 $14,464
Post-9/11 GI Bill Benefits - undergraduate students 77 $15,109
Post-9/11 GI Bill Benefits - graduate students 447 $14,353

Data Source: https://www.jhu.edu, U.S. Department of Education - IPEDS survey data for 2016 - 2017.

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