Resources and support

Hopkins works to ensure all students can participate fully in our community. Students with undocumented or DACA status are considered domestic financial aid applicants.

JHU is committed to bringing the brightest minds to campus, regardless of their documentation status or financial circumstances. As part of our commitment, we meet 100% of demonstrated need for all four years of undergraduate study, using financial aid awards that do not include student loans.

Aid Application Process

Complete two steps for financial aid consideration

  1. Submit the CSS Profile online at

    Our School Code is 5332. Please indicate “Other” as your visa type on the CSS Profile. If you have already submitted the CSS Profile and need to update your visa type, please contact our office.

  2. Submit income documentation

    As we review your CSS Profile, we may need additional information to determine your eligibility for financial aid. If so, you will receive an email from IDOC, the College Board’s document upload service, indicating that we have requested additional documents from you. If possible, you should submit U.S. tax documents to fulfill this request, but if tax documents are not available, you can submit other documentation of parent wages. We will accept the parent non-tax filer form, available in IDOC, filled out with information about where your parent worked and how much they earned.

Common Questions

We are happy to answer any additional questions, should you not find them listed here