Johns Hopkins University

Acceptance Rate 11 %
SAT Average 1,510
Tuition & Fees $54,160
Student Population 26,152
Average Financial Aid Amount Received $38,268

Academic Overview

Johns Hopkins University Campus, Baltimore, MD
Johns Hopkins University is a private (not-for-profit), 4 or more years institute located in Baltimore, Maryland. It is a Research University (very high research activity) by Carnegie Classification and its highest degree is Doctor's degree - research/scholarship and professional practice. The 2021 tuition & fees are $54,160 for undergraduate students. The school offers both undergraduate and graduate programs and a total of 26,152 students are enrolled. The acceptance rate of undergraduate school is 11% and the graduation rate is 93% last year.
The salary after graduation from Johns Hopkins University varies by major programs where the average earning after 10 years is $89,300. You can check the average salary by the major programs on the area of study page.

2021 Tuition & Fees

For undergraduate school, in the academic year 2020-2021, tuition and fees of Johns Hopkins University are $54,160. For graduate schools, its 2021 tuition and fees are $59,425 on average.
Johns Hopkins University 2021 Tuition & Fees
[Chart] 2020-2021 Tuition & Fees

Key Academic Statistics

The following chart illustrates the 2021 key academic statistics at Johns Hopkins. The acceptance rate of Johns Hopkins is 11% and the yield (enrollment rate) is 42%. The average graduation rate is 93% and the transfer-out rate is 3%. The average received amount of financial aid is $38,268 and 53% of undergraduate students received grants or scholarship aid. A total of 26,152 students is attending including both undergraduate and graduate students, and the student to faculty ratio is 7 to 1.
Acceptance Rate for Johns Hopkins University is 11 %.
Acceptance Rate
Graduation Rate for Johns Hopkins University is 93 %
Graduation Rate
Transfer-out Rate for Johns Hopkins University is 3 %
Transfer-out Rate
Retention Rate for Johns Hopkins University is 97 %
Retention Rate
Student Population for Johns Hopkins University is 26,152
Student Population
Student to Faculty Ratio for Johns Hopkins University is 7 to 1
Student to Faculty Ratio
7 to 1
The average received amount of financial aid is $38,268 at Johns Hopkins University.
Financial Aid Amount

Offered Degrees

Johns Hopkins offers 362 major programs through online and on-site education where 76 programs are available through distance learning. The following table lists the number of programs by offered degree with online class availabilities.
Offered Major Programs
Award LevelTotal Number of ProgramsAvailable Online Class
Two but less than four years certificate20
Bachelor's Degree740
Post Bachelor's Degree6825
Master's Degree12430
Post Master's Degree309
Doctor's degree - research/scholarship6211
Doctor's degree - professional practice21

Special Learning Opportunities

Johns Hopkins University offers online education (distance learning opportunities) for both undergraduate and graduate programs. The school provides ROTC, teacher certification and study abroad - opportunity which a student completes part of the college program studying in another country programs to its students. It also offers weekend/evening classes which is a program that allows students to take a complete course of study and attend classes only on weekends or only in evenings.
Special Learning Opportunities
Online ClassUndergraduate , Graduate
Weekend/Evening College
Teacher Certification
Study Abroad
Campus Housing
(Dormitory Capacity:2,760)
Board/Meal Plan
(Typical Annual Charge: $6,658)

Veterans Benefits

Johns Hopkins University has programs, benefits and/or services to veterans, military service members, or their families.
Veterans Benefits
Yellow Ribbon Program
(officially known as Post-9/11 GI Bill, Yellow Ribbon Program)
Credit for military training
Dedicated point of contact for support services for veterans, military service members, and their families
Recognized student veteran organization
Member of Servicemembers Opportunity Colleges