Tuition & Fees

AS/EN Tuition Rates

Rates for Krieger School of Arts and Sciences (AS) and Whiting School of Engineering (EN) undergraduate and graduate students.

2018–19

Arts and Sciences and Engineering 2018 Summer Tuition is $920 per credit hour.

Undergraduate Tuition & Required Fees

Table of tuition rates for undergraduates in the Krieger School of Arts and Sciences and Whiting School of Engineering.
Full-Time: Per Semester $26,870
Full-Time: Annually $53,740
Part-Time Per Credit $1,791
Matriculation Fee $500
Health Insurance $1,038 Semester

$2,076 Annual

Graduate Full-Time Tuition

Table of tuition rates for graduates in the Krieger School of Arts and Sciences and Whiting School of Engineering.
Per Semester $26,870
Annually $53,740

Graduate Part-Time Tuition & Other Programs

KSAS Graduate Part-Time Tuition

(Not AAP Courses)

$1,791 per credit/$5,373 per 3-hour course
WSE Graduate Part-Time Tuition*

(For students enrolled in a full-time program at Homewood)

$5,373 minimum tuition for up to 3 credits; then $1,791 per credit after minimum tuition
WSE CLE Professional Development

(No additional charge for FT Homewood students)

$2,687 per course
Post-Baccalaureate/Pre-Med

Non-Resident Graduate Status Tuition

$20,150 per semester

$2,687 per semester

Tuition and fees for Advanced Academic Programs are available on the AAP website. Tuition and fees for the Part-Time Engineering Professionals program are available on the EP website.

Note: Full-Time Enrollment Status taking part-time hours are billed a minimum of tuition of $5,370 per class.

2017–18

Arts and Sciences and Engineering 2017 Summer Tuition is $875 per credit hour.

Undergraduate Tuition & Required Fees

Table of tuition rates for undergraduates in the Krieger School of Arts and Sciences and Whiting School of Engineering.
Full-Time: Per Semester $26,085
Full-Time: Annually $52,170
Part-Time Per Credit $1,740/ $5,220 per 3-hour course
Matriculation Fee $500
Health Insurance $940 per semester/ $1,880 annually

Graduate Full-Time Tuition

Table of tuition rates for graduates in the Krieger School of Arts and Sciences and Whiting School of Engineering.
Per Semester $26,085
Annually $52,170

Graduate Part-Time Tuition & Other Programs

KSAS Graduate Part-Time Tuition

(Not AAP Courses)

$1,791 per credit
WSE Graduate Part-Time Tuition

(For students enrolled in a full-time program at Homewood)

$5,220 minimum tuition for up to 3 credits; then $1,740 per credit after minimum tuition
WSE CLE Professional Development

(No additional charge for FT Homewood students)

$2,687 per course
Post-Baccalaureate/Pre-Med

Non-Resident Graduate Status Tuition

$20,150 per semester

$2,687 per semester

Tuition and fees for Advanced Academic Programs are available on the AAP website. Tuition and fees for the Part-Time Engineering Professionals program are available on the EP website.

Health Insurance

Johns Hopkins University requires that all full-time students in the Schools of Arts & Sciences and Engineering maintain adequate health insurance coverage to provide protection against unexpected accidents and illnesses. Enrollment is automatic in the university’s student health benefits plan each academic year and the premium charge will be added to your student account bill each semester.

You can access your Student Health Benefit Plan coverage information and ID card through your SIS Self-Service under the “Personal Info” menu. For your convenience, frequently asked questions (FAQs) are located on the Health Insurance link in Self-Service.

International Students with an F1/J1 visa status are required to purchase the University’s Health Benefits plan, and are not eligible to waive out of the plan.

If you are a U.S. domestic student with existing comparable health insurance and do not wish to be enrolled in the Student Health Benefit Plan you may be eligible to waive the coverage and premium charge. Waiver requests may be submitted through SIS Self-Service during open enrollment only.

For more information about Health Insurance, visit the Office of the Registrar’s website.

Penalties and Fees

Graduation Fee

The graduation fee is $100 and is payable upon notice from Student Accounts.

Late Registration (AAP Only)

Registration after the start of classes is possible until the day of the second class meeting. A late registration fee is assessed in this circumstance. Late registration will be handled between 9 a.m.–7 p.m. Monday through Friday.

Students can call 202-452-1940 so that a Part-Time Graduate Programs representative can either help them over the phone or meet them at the appropriate site for assistance.

Late Registration (Full Time Day Students)

Late registration fees may be assessed for a time period during registration for full time students. More detailed information regarding late registration fees can be found on the Office of the Registrar’s website.

Late Payment Penalty Fee (EP Only)

Students who do not pay their bill by the terms due date will be assessed a $150 late payment fee.

Have Questions?

For questions regarding EP, contact Rafael at rafael@jhu.edu or visit the EP website.

For questions regarding AAP, contact their registration office at 202-452-1940 or visit the AAP website.

Outstanding Balances

Students with uncleared account balances for a previous term will be denied registration for a future term. No diploma or transcript will be released until all past due balances are paid in full.

Returned Checks

You may be required to submit cash, certified check, money order or bank check to replace a check that has been returned. A fee of $25 for each returned check will be billed to your account.

Other Fees

If you have questions about a specific charge on your account, please contact the originating department. If you are unsure of the department who assessed the charge, contact the Student Accounts Office and we will assist you.

Office/Charge Phone Number Email Address
Housing Charges 410-516-7960 confirmation@jhu.edu
Financial Aid 410-516-8028 fin_aid@jhu.edu
Office of the Registrar 410-516-8080 ugregistration@jhu.edu
grregistration@jhu.edu
Athletics Center 410-516-7490
Library Fines 410-516-8395 circmail@jhu.edu
Dorm Damages (Freshman Dorms) 410-516-8282 incoming@jhu.edu
Dorm Damages (Upperclassman Dorms) 410-516-7960 confirmation@jhu.edu
Parking 410-516-7275 parking@jhu.edu
Chemistry Lab Damages 410-516-7434

Tuition Refund Policy

AAP and EP Students

Refunds apply only to the tuition portion of a student’s charges and are calculated from the date the student’s “add/drop” form is received in one of the part-time programs offices. Telephone withdrawals are not accepted. Refunds are not applicable to any fees. Refunds are not granted to students suspended or dismissed for disciplinary reasons. Refunds for graduate and undergraduate tuition are made in accordance with the Refund Schedule for the academic year. For more information, visit the websites for Advanced Academic Programs and Engineering for Professionals.

Full-Time Day Students

The University will refund tuition based on the published tuition refund schedule. In limited circumstances, the University will consider an appeal.

  • Deadline: There is a 180-day limit on filing a refund appeal. Example: If a student is filing an appeal for the fall term then it must be submitted within 180 calendar days of the last day of classes for the fall term.
  • Complete and sign the PDF Document: Tuition Refund Appeal Form.
  • Submit your appeal to tuitionappeal@jhu.edu.

Please allow 30 days for a response upon receipt of all required documentation. The outcome of your appeal will be communicated in writing. All decisions are final.

Table of dates for tuition refunds.
Week# Refund Schedule Fall 2018 Deadline Spring 2019 Deadline
Prior to Start of Semester–End of Week 2 100% September 14 February 8
Week 3 90% September 21 February 15
Week 4 80% September 28 February 22
Week 5 70% October 5 March 1
Week 6 60% October 12 March 8
Week 7 50% October 19 March 15
Week 8 40% October 26 March 29
End of 8th week of classes;
9th calendar week due to spring break
Week 9–End of Semester No Refund October 27 and later March 30 and later
End of 9th week of classes;
10th calendar week due to spring break

Note for Military TA assistance recipients: Upon withdrawal for a term, students utilizing military TA assistance for tuition will have their funds returned to the US government according to the return policy for Title IV federal aid. More information about this policy can be found here.