What they do: Johns Hopkins is committed to meeting 100 percent of students’ financial needs, through scholarships, loans, and other sources. Advisers at the Office of Student Financial Services can help families learn how to secure need- and merit-based aid, understand aid requirements, and find other ways to make a Hopkins education affordable.
What they do: Whether you’re paying tuition, expecting a refund, or need to set up a payment plan, the Student Accounts office can help. Tuition payments can be made with personal or traveler’s checks, money orders, or wire transfers; only evening students can pay by credit card.
Student Employment Services
What they do: Homewood students looking for a part-time job, campus internship, paid campus research, or community service experience can find opportunities through SES’ online portal. We provide human resource and payroll services for on-campus workers and keep student employment records. We also sponsor an annual campus job fair and national student employment week at JHU.
What they do: The Office of Study Abroad coordinates opportunities for international study offered through Hopkins or other institutions. Learn about programs available to you, as well as information about financial aid and costs, transferring credits, health and safety, and other practical matters.