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Helpful Information for Fall 2017

Students and parents, welcome to Johns Hopkins University Fall 2017! In anticipation of your arrival, Student Accounts has compiled some information we think will be helpful.

Credit Refunds & BankMobile
JHU students are eligible to receive refunds resulting from credit balances in their student accounts. With BankMobile, students have the opportunity to receive their refunds via direct deposit into an existing personal bank account, or direct deposit into a new checking account. Learn more about credit refunds and BankMobile.

Whether you’re paying tuition and fees, expecting a refund, or need to set up a payment plan, the Student Accounts office can help. As the central billing service for tuition, fees and other campus-related student charges, we aim to provide exceptional service to help full-time day students, AAP and EP students, and their families manage their financial obligations to the university.

Have a question? View answers to some of our most frequently asked questions or contact us directly.


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