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Johns Hopkins University

Baltimore, MD


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Johns Hopkins students have big ideas and want to change the world. From day one, undergrads are given the freedom to chart their own academic paths and the support to follow their interests both in and outside the classroom. That freedom starts with the school’s financial aid philosophy: students who are primed to thrive on a campus where diversity of thought drives its academic culture shouldn’t be limited by their family’s ability to pay. A landmark gift by Michael R. Bloomberg ’64 reflects the university’s mission by supporting need-blind admissions and meeting 100% of demonstrated need with no-loan financial aid packages. With the potential to graduate debt-free, equipped with an education that opens doors, Hopkins students have the freedom to boldly explore ways to apply their knowledge and talents. That could mean pursuing multiple majors, taking on an un-paid internship or research experience, studying abroad, or devoting time to a cause or community. Those opportunities abound on campus, and Hopkins supports its students throughout their time there and after graduation.

Academic freedom

With over 50 majors and 40 minors, and a unique interdisciplinary approach, thousands of different academic paths exist at Hopkins. Their academic philosophy combines research with a liberal arts focus that offers students the freedom to create their own tracks—which is why over 60% of their students have a double major or major and minor, like electrical engineering and romance languages, mathematics and philosophy, or biomedical engineering and business. This creates an undergraduate experience that teaches students how to think, create, and succeed, whatever their academic interests. Practical, hands-on learning adds depth to any course of study, making Hopkins students uniquely equipped for life after graduation. They’re working with companies to solve real problems, testing their hypotheses out in the field, and working alongside professors to put what they learn in the classroom to the test.

Research redefined

As America’s first research university, Johns Hopkins has been tackling difficult questions and finding answers since 1876. Every day, faculty and students work side-by-side in a tireless pursuit of discovery, continuing the university’s founding mission to bring knowledge to the world. The university leads the nation in research spending and offers students the chance to make innovative discoveries as early as their first year. Almost 75 percent of students across all disciplines participate in research, which takes place in labs, museums, and unconventional places throughout campus and the city of Baltimore.

Student life

Johns Hopkins’ undergraduate Homewood campus is a place where students share ideas, get excited about what they’re doing in and outside of the classroom, and find new ways to express themselves. Hopkins students pursue their interests outside the classroom with the same fervor they bring to their academic goals. Every year, undergrads run Spring Fair, the nation's largest student-run college festival, as well as two campus lecture series that bring in speakers like Nelson Mandela, Hasan Minhaj, and Gloria Steinem. They root for the university's nationally ranked lacrosse teams. They're committed to partnering with and being a part of Baltimore. The Center for Social Concern oversees more than 50 student groups focused on community outreach, a summer internship program within Baltimore's nonprofit organizations, and an annual university-wide President's Day of Service.

Campus and surroundings

Homewood has it all—green quads, brick pathways, and “The Beach,” a grassy expanse used for sunbathing, studying, and socializing. And just outside the campus gate awaits the bustling, energetic city of Baltimore, Maryland. A short walk or a free shuttle ride leads to museums, concert halls, shops, historic movie-theaters, restaurants, and professional sports stadiums. Johns Hopkins students have the best of both worlds, enjoying a close-knit campus and big city amenities.

Baltimore is a vibrant city with small-town charm—an entrepreneurial hub with a rapidly growing technology sector and dynamic arts scene. Students enjoy the fast-paced yet accessible nature of a city like Baltimore, which gives them access to coveted internships and careers. It’s the perfect environment for real-world experiences like building professional networks or getting startups off the ground. It’s an incubator for scientists, clinicians, artists, legal experts, venture capitalists, philanthropists—and students who want to change the world.

Location & Contact

Address 3400 North Charles Street
Baltimore, MD  21218
United States

Majors & Degrees

Area, Ethnic, Cultural, And Gender Studies Associate Bachelors
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Biological And Biomedical Sciences Associate Bachelors
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Computer And Information Sciences And Support Services Associate Bachelors
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Engineering Associate Bachelors
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English Language And Literature/Letters Associate Bachelors
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Foreign Languages, Literatures, And Linguistics Associate Bachelors
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Health Professions And Related Clinical Sciences Associate Bachelors
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History Associate Bachelors
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Mathematics And Statistics Associate Bachelors
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Multi/Interdisciplinary Studies Associate Bachelors
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Natural Resources And Conservation Associate Bachelors
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Philosophy And Religious Studies Associate Bachelors
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Physical Sciences Associate Bachelors
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Psychology Associate Bachelors
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Social Sciences Associate Bachelors
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Visual And Performing Arts Associate Bachelors
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Application Fee
Avg. high school GPA for freshman
Admission Requirements
Required Transcript of high school record
2 recommendations

Application Deadlines

Type Application Closing Notification Date Rolling Admissions
Fall freshmen January 1st April 1st
Early decision plan November 1st December 15th
Other early decision plan Not reported Not reported
Transfer January 1st April 1st

Test Scores Accepted

Test Avg. Score 25th % Info icon 75th % Info icon
SAT Critical Reading 735 710 760
SAT Math 780 760 800
ACT Composite 34 33 35

Tuition & Fees

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Room & board
Room only
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Other Payment Considerations

Guaranteed tuition plan offered No
Tuition pre-payment plan No
Tuition payment plans offered Yes
Student groups that qualify for full or partial waiver of tuition Employees

Financial Aid

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99% Percentage of students with need who receive financial aid
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Student Body

Total Undergrad students
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Hispanic/Latino 14.67%
Black or African American 7.11%
White or Caucasian 30.24%
American Indian or Alaska Native 0.13%
Asian 26.87%
Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander 0.23%
Two or more races 5.54%
Other 5.58%


Male (48.25%)
Female (51.75%)

Campus Life


College-owned housing Yes
Housing requirements Yes
Housing options Co-ed housing
Disabled housing
% of undergrad students who live in college housing 51%

Student Activities

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Campus events:
Spring Fair, Hoptoberfest and Lighting of the Quad

Student Services

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Campus Security & Safety

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Other Campus Security & Safety:
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Men's Sports

Sport Intramural Intercollegiate Scholarship
Badminton Checkmark No No
Baseball Checkmark Division 3 No
Basketball Checkmark Division 3 No
Cheerleading No No No
Cross-country Running No Division 3 No
Equestrian Sports Checkmark No No
Fencing No Division 3 No
Field Hockey No No No
Football Checkmark Division 3 No
Golf Checkmark No No
Ice Hockey Checkmark No No
Lacrosse Checkmark Division 1 Checkmark
Racquetball Checkmark No No
Riflery Checkmark No No
Rock Climbing Checkmark No No
Rugby Checkmark No No
Soccer Checkmark Division 3 No
Softball No No No
Squash Checkmark No No
Swimming And Diving Checkmark Division 3 No
Table Tennis Checkmark No No
Tennis Checkmark Division 3 No
Track And Field Checkmark Division 3 No
Triathlon Checkmark No No
Ultimate Frisbee Checkmark No No
Volleyball Checkmark No No
Water Polo Checkmark Division 3 No
Wrestling Checkmark Division 3 No
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Women's Sports

Sport Intramural Intercollegiate Scholarship
Badminton Checkmark No No
Baseball No No No
Basketball Checkmark Division 3 No
Cheerleading Checkmark No No
Cross-country Running No Division 3 No
Equestrian Sports Checkmark No No
Fencing Checkmark Division 3 No
Field Hockey No Division 3 No
Football Checkmark No No
Golf Checkmark No No
Ice Hockey No No No
Lacrosse Checkmark Division 1 Checkmark
Racquetball Checkmark No No
Riflery Checkmark No No
Rock Climbing Checkmark No No
Rugby Checkmark No No
Soccer Checkmark Division 3 No
Softball Checkmark No No
Squash Checkmark No No
Swimming And Diving Checkmark Division 3 No
Table Tennis Checkmark No No
Tennis Checkmark Division 3 No
Track And Field Checkmark Division 3 No
Triathlon Checkmark No No
Ultimate Frisbee Checkmark No No
Volleyball Checkmark Division 3 No
Water Polo Checkmark No No
Wrestling No No No


Total Faculty
Student-Faculty Ratio
Full-time - 710
Part-time - 31
Male - 473
Female - 268
Johns Hopkins University