Does it Cost?
Does it Cost to Attend Johns Hopkins University?
Cost will vary depending
on the type of room and meal plan. Commuting students' budgets are less
than residential students' budgets. Some students will spend more than
our estimates, and others will spend less. We use a standard budget for
financial aid purposes to ensure equitable distribution of resources.
The budget includes direct expenses for which Hopkins will bill you, such
as tuition, fees, and room and board for freshmen. Indirect expenses are
also included as part of the budget, however, you will not be billed directly
by the University for these expenses. Examples of indirect expenses are:
books, supplies, personal expenses, and travel. For incoming junior or senior transfer students living off campus, off-campus rent and food are also considered indirect expenses. Students who must obtain
health insurance through the university should notify the Office of
Student Financial Services for assistance with that expense.
Please note: Tuition and room and board charges as listed are estimated and are subject to approval by the Board of Trustees.
Estimated Expense Budget
20132014 Academic Year
Fee (new students only)
& Board (on-campus) Freshman applicants
& Board (off-campus-- estimate)
| Personal Expenses
(costs vary depending on home state)
*Based on double
room in typical university housing and full university meal
International students see http://www.jhu.edu/finaid/international_cost.html
Post-baccalaureate Pre-Med students see http://www.jhu.edu/finaid/prosp_stud_pb_cost.html
For more information,
see Financing Options
and the Financial