What does it cost to attend Johns Hopkins University?

The budget includes direct expenses for which Hopkins will bill you, such as tuition, fees, and room and meals, if you stay on-campus. Indirect expenses are also included as part of the budget, however, you will not be billed directly by the University for these expenses. Indirect expenses include off-campus living expenses, books, supplies, personal expenses, and travel. Some students will spend more than our estimates, and others will spend less. Commuting students’ budgets are less than residential students’ budgets.

As a result of COVID-19, JHU will be providing classes in a hybrid manner for the 2020-21 academic year, allowing students the option to live at home and study remotely. In order to determine financial aid eligibility, Student Financial Services must use a cost of attendance that reflects your choice of housing. Your aid eligibility will be adjusted if your housing plans do not reflect the assumptions used in the preparation of your existing aid package.

Click below to see how moving off-campus, becoming a Resident Adviser, and study abroad might affect your budget