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Johns Hopkins Tuition & Cost

Baltimore, Maryland

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How much does it cost to attend?

Sticker Price

$77,977
Costs for Johns Hopkins University
Fee Cost
Tuition$58,720
Other Fees$0
Books and Supplies$1,270
Room and Board $16,800
Other Expenses Budget$1,187

Annual Tuition & Costs

The annual tuition to attend Johns Hopkins University is $58,720. The cost is the same for both in-state and out-of-state students. Room and board fees are an additional $16,800. For educational materials, students should allocate approximately $1,270 for books and supplies plus $0 for other fees charged by the school. Finally, students should budget $1,187 for miscellaneous expenses throughout the year. With all these fees considered, the expected total cost to attend Johns Hopkins University on a full-time basis is $77,977 per annum.

Housing Costs

On campus room and board is provided by the school at a cost of $16,800 per academic year. Students electing to live off campus elsewhere in Baltimore should budget at least this amount.

Books and Supplies

The estimated annual cost for books and educational supplies is $1,270.

Other Living Expenses

If living on-campus, students should budget for $1,187 in additional living expenses. Off-campus students should budget for $1,187 in other miscellaneous living expenses.

All price data is sourced from the 2021/2022 U.S. Department of Education National Center for Education Statistics survey.
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Net Price

The average reported annual net price for Johns Hopkins University for students receiving grants or scholarship aid was $25,241* in 2019/2020. Net price includes tuition and required fees, books and supplies, and average cost for room and board and other expenses.

Average Net Price 2019/2020

$25,241

Below is the average net price by student family income.

Net Price by Income Johns Hopkins University
Family Income Net Price Paid
$0 to $30,000$2,084
$30,001 to $48,000$4,859
$48,001 to $75,000$8,457
$75,001 to $110,000$18,951
$110,000+$40,792

The net price provides a more realistic estimate of the true cost of attending Johns Hopkins University, once common grants and scholarships have been taken into account. It's important to note that your net price will fluctuate based on factors such as family income, assets and individual financial need. Net price is the out-of-pocket total cost that students end up paying or financing though student loans.

*Reported Average Annual Net Price for students receiving grant or scholarship aid reported to the U.S. Department of Education's Academic Year 2019/2020 IPEDS Survey. Financial aid is only available to those who qualify. Consult this school's net price calculator for further understanding of your potential net price.

Note that for colleges with no reported on-campus room and board, the average net price has been increased to account for living expenses. This number may not only reflect the net price paid to the school for tuition.

Financial Aid

59% of full-time undergrad Johns Hopkins University received financial aid in the form of grants, scholarships, fellowships from the institution or from Federal, State or local government agencies. This aid averaged $48,768 per student during the 2019/2020 school year. Grant and scholarship aid does not need to be paid back.

Pell Grants

20 percent of students received aid in the form of Pell Grants from the U.S. Federal Government. The average Pell Grant awarded for 2019/2020 was $5,183. To apply for a Pell Grant to attend Johns Hopkins University, the first step is to fill out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).

Student Loans

15% of students received Federal Student Loans averaging $4,733 and 3% of undergrads took out private student loans averaging $21,556.

Finanical Aid Johns Hopkins University
Type Avg./Student Students Receiving
Total Grant and Scholarship Aid $48,768 59%
Institutional Grants and Scholarships $46,632 57%
Pell Grants $5,183 20%
Other Federal Grants $1,397 20%
State and Local Grants $4,469 2%
Federal Student Loans $4,733 15%
Other Student Loans $21,556 3%

Financial Aid Mix - $77,977 Total Cost

CollegeSimply has modeled example payment coverage for the annual tuition and living expenses of $77,977. Breakdown is based on average grant aid and federal loan aid which will vary based on your family income.

64%
6%
30%

Grants and Scholarships

64% - $48,768

Money granted to you by the U.S. Department of Education, Johns Hopkins University or other organizations. These are not loans and do not need to be repaid.

Federal Student Loans

6% - $4,733

Low interest student loans funded by the U.S. Department of Education. This amount will need to be repaid.

Out of Pocket Cost

30% -  $23,289

Covered by family savings, work or private student loans which you will have to repay.

Student Loans

To gauge a more realistic picture of what it really could cost you out of pocket to go to Johns Hopkins University, we've modeled a ten year student loan with an original principal value of $100,964. The loan balance of $100,964 is a four year multiple of the $25,241 average net price. This is a estimate of what you could owe upon graduation if you were to qualify for average financial aid and what a degree really may cost. Should you not qualify for financial aid, you may owe significantly more when you graduate. Based on these assumptions, a monthly repayment of $1,096 could be required to pay off your student loan. The total of all payments including interest would sum $131,486.97.

Please note that financial aid is not guaranteed and is only available for qualifying students. Federal Student Loans are not grants and must be repaid with interest. The current Stafford loan interest rate is 5.5%.

Example Loan $100,964
Stafford Loan Interest Rate 5.5%
Time to Pay Off Student Loan 10 years
Example Monthly Payment $1,095.72
Total Interest Paid $30,522.97
Sum of All Loan Payments $131,486.97

Student Loan Affordability

In order to afford student loan payments and still meet all your other costs of living, it is recommended not to borrow more than you can pay back using 10% of your monthly income earned after graduation. If you're considering attending Johns Hopkins University, should consider if it will be realistic to make the post graduation loan payments based on your expected salary.

Using the 10% of salary threshold, an annual income of $131,486.97 would be needed to afford a $1,095.72 monthly payment in the example $100,964.00 loan modeled above. This assumes a repayment over 10 years. You can change the terms of this example loan using the student loan calculator below. View statistics about Johns Hopkins University student loan debt and graduate salaries under student outcomes.

Projected 4 Year Degree Price

4 Year Sticker Price

$311,908
Year All Residents
1 $77,977
2 $80,548
3 $83,204
4 $85,947

Based on published tuition prices, we estimate the current cost of a 4 year bachelor's degree and living expenses at Johns Hopkins University to be $311,908 - assuming graduation in normal time. The estimation assumes a 3.3% annual increase over the next 4 years which has been the recent trend for this school.

Credit Hour Cost and Price per Class

Credit Hour and Class Costs at Johns Hopkins University
Price Per Credit 3 Credit Class 4 Credit Class
All Residents $1,957 $5,871 $7,828

Estimated cost for a class at Johns Hopkins University based on published credit hour prices. Note that not all schools allow single class enrollment. These prices should be used for comparison purposes as to how much it may cost to take a class at Johns Hopkins University versus other colleges.

Tuition Payment Plans Available

Johns Hopkins University Payment Plans
Tuition Payment Plan Yes
Prepaid Tuition Plan No
Alternative Tuition Plan Yes
Guaranteed Tuition Plan No

Tuition History

Historical tuition and price increases for Johns Hopkins University.

YearTuitionAnnual Increase
2021$58,7208.4%
2020$54,160-2.1%
2019$55,3503%
2018$53,7403%
2017$52,1703.5%
2016$50,4103.5%
2015$48,7103.5%
2014$47,0603.5%
2013$45,4707.5%
2012$42,2803.9%
2011$40,6803.9%
2010$39,1503.8%
2009$37,7005%
2008$35,9005.9%
2007$33,9007.2%
2006$31,6204.9%
2005$30,1404.9%
2004$28,7304.9%
2003$27,3904.5%
2002$26,21015.6%
1999$22,6804.5%
1998$21,7004.6%
1997$20,7405%
1996$19,7505.1%
1995$18,8005%
1994$17,9002.8%
1993$17,4206.2%
1992$16,4006.6%
1991$15,3807.1%
1990$14,36016.4%
1989$12,3409%
1988$11,3207.8%
1987$10,500

Is it Worth the Cost?

To make a comparative assessment if Johns Hopkins is worth the price, measures of it's relative value for tuition dollar can be examined. We've calculated an academic national percentile rating of 97.73/100 for Johns Hopkins University. Considering an average net price paid of $25,241, this leads to an overall value ranking of 76/100. This places the school 18th on our national Best Value Colleges ranking as a provider of a very high value education compared to actual overall price paid.

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Primary data source, U.S. Department of Education https://nces.ed.gov/collegenavigator/?id=162928 IPEDS survey data for Johns Hopkins University.