What are the application requirements?
See Deadlines and Requirements for a complete list. Transfer students must apply using the Common Application and the Johns Hopkins Supplement to the Common Application. SAT Reasoning Test or ACT scores are optional for transfer applicants.
I have previously applied to Johns Hopkins, do I need to send all new information?
With the exception of official ACT/SAT scores, you must resubmit all new application materials according to the transfer application requirements.
Can a teaching assistant be used in place of a faculty member to write the letter(s) of recommendation?
While the Office of Undergraduate Admissions prefers letters of recommendations to come from faculty members, you may also submit a letter of recommendation from a teaching assistant. Letters of recommendation from a teaching assistant should only be provided if he or she had the primary responsibility of evaluating your performance in a particular class.
What type of financial assistance is available for transfer students?
U.S. citizens, permanent residents, or other eligible noncitizen transfer applicants may apply for financial assistance. More answers to questions about the financial aid process are available through the Office of Student Financial Services.
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