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Financial Aid

Johns Hopkins seeks to bring the best students to campus. In order to do that, we are committed to making their education affordable. We expect the best from our students, and they can expect the same from us.

That’s why, for undergraduates:

  • We meet 100 percent of calculated need for admitted students
  • We awarded more than $91 million in grant aid in 2016-17
  • 46% of our first-year students receive aid
  • 86% of families with annual incomes under $200,000 receive Johns Hopkins grants
  • The average need-based grant for first-year students is more than $38,000
  • About one in four Hopkins aid recipients can graduate with no student loans

Learn more about how Hopkins families pay for college on the website of the Office of Undergraduate Admissions, or contact one of our financial advisers, who are available to help students and families fully understand their options and make informed choices.

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