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Johns Hopkins University is a private, not-for-profit university, located in Baltimore, Maryland. Johns Hopkins was founded in 1876. It’s located in a large city, where students can sightsee and visit plenty of interesting, off-campus locations. The Baltimore/Washington International Airport is not far away, should students need to take a flight home or to a job interview. The campus itself is spacious and large - students can live in dorms and, if they want to eat out, they have several options to choose from.


Overview of Johns Hopkins University


The student-faculty ratio is 7 to 1, which benefits students and professors. Student enrollment at the university includes 26,100+ students. Undergraduates make up 6,000+ of the student population; graduate students number 20,000+. The division between male and female students skews slightly toward the women—they make up 54% of the student body, with male students making up 46%.

Delving into more information about Johns Hopkins University, it holds a Carnegie classification for doctoral universities with “very high research activity”. While it’s a private university, it is not affiliated with any religious organization.

General Information


School Type Private not-for-profit
Campus Setting City: Large
Campus Housing Yes
Student Faculty Ratio 7:1
Graduation Rate 93%
Year Founded 1876

Student Enrollment


Total Students26,152

Undergraduate
6,064
Graduate
20,088

Undergraduate Student

Male 2,789
2,789
Female 3,275
3,275

Graduate Student

Male 9,240
9,240
Female 10,848
10,848

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Admissions


APPLICATION29,776

Male 13,610
Female 16,166

ACCEPTANCE3,275

Male 1,633
Female 1,778

Acceptance Rate11%

Male 12%
Female 11%

Enrollment 1,343

Male 551
Female 564
Admissions
Application Fee $70
High School GPA Required
High School Rank N/A
High School Transcripts Required
College Prep Courses Recommended
Recommendations Required
SAT/ACT Required
TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language) Required
Application Deadline January 2
Common Application Accepted Yes

Tuition Cost & Financial Aid


Tuition, fees, and books cost students $56,600+ in a recent academic year. Financial aid (grants, scholarships, and student loans) helps to lower this cost so that the average net price to freshmen students and their families is closer to $27,900. The price that students and their families pay is based on their income:

Families earning up to $30,000 pay around $13,968; families who earn $30,001 to $48,000 pay $8,852 in average net price; families who earn $48,001 to $75,000 pay $15,396; families earning $75,001 to $110,000 pay $19,618; and families who earn $110,000 or more pay $47,583. Financial aid is available to families in need. Students receiving this aid numbered at 990, or 70% of the student body. Grants or scholarships were awarded to 823 students (58%); and institutional grants and scholarships were awarded to 816 students or 58%.

Average net price 2017-2018
Net Price $27,868
Average Total Aid $41,995
Students Receiving Financial Aid 70%
Room & Board $16,310

Sticker Price


  • Tuition In-State - $55,350
  • Tuition Out-of-State - $55,350
  • Books and Supplies - $1,250
  • Room & Board - $16,310
  • Other - $1,118

Academics


Johns Hopkins University’s retention rate of first-time students is 97%; this indicates that they returned to the university for at least their second academic year after finishing their first. The 4-year graduation rate for undergraduate students is 87%; the six-year graduation rate is 93%.

Working students have two options to access classes: They can either attend evening classes after work or they can enroll into online, or distance learning classes.

Students deciding on their majors are most likely to choose the following degree programs: biological and biomedical sciences; business, management, marketing and related support services; computer and information sciences and support services; education; engineering; engineering technology and engineering-related fields; health professions and related programs; mathematics and statistics; multi/interdisciplinary studies; physical sciences; public administration and social service professions; social sciences; and the visual and performing arts.

Student Population Total


Student Population 26,152

Undergraduate
6,064
Graduate
20,088
Evening Classes : Yes
Distance Learning : Yes

Most Popular Programs & Majors

(# of Diplomas Awarded by Subject)


All Biological & Biomedical Majors 300 Total Graduates / 22%
Neuroscience 140 Graduates
Cell/Cellular and Molecular Biology 114 Graduates
Biophysics 26 Graduates
Biology/Biological Sciences, General 20 Graduates
All Engineering Majors 292 Total Graduates / 21%
Bioengineering and Biomedical Engineering 99 Graduates
Chemical Engineering 87 Graduates
Mechanical Engineering 33 Graduates
Materials Engineering 20 Graduates
Electrical and Electronics Engineering 17 Graduates
All Social Science Majors 185 Total Graduates / 13%
Economics, General 79 Graduates
International Relations and Affairs 72 Graduates
Political Science and Government, General 19 Graduates
Sociology 9 Graduates
Anthropology 3 Graduates
Health Professions and Related Programs 143 Total Graduates / 10%
Public Health, General 143 Graduates
Multi/Interdisciplinary Studies 81 Total Graduates / 6%
Cognitive Science 36 Graduates
Human Biology 18 Graduates
Behavioral Sciences 16 Graduates
Natural Sciences 11 Graduates
All Other Diplomas 28%

Outcome & Salary


Graduates of Johns Hopkins University earn good salaries. Early-career salaries average $67,200; mid-career salaries, $85,000; and late-career salaries, $117,100. The true test of a good outcome for Johns Hopkins University graduates comes 10 and 20 years later. Their 10-year salary earning potential is $850,000 and their 20-year earnings potential is closer to $2,021,000. This means the 10-year projected return on investment (ROI) is $738,528; the 20-year projected ROI is $1,909,528.

If you want to compare this to the salaries of high school graduates, their 10-year projected income is $379,600 and the 20-year projected income, $759,200.

Graduates Salary
College Grads Early Career Salary $67,200
College Grads Average Salary $85,000
College Grads Mid Career Salary $117,100
Return on Investment (ROI)
10 Year Salary Earnings Potential $850,000
20 Year Salary Earnings Potential $2,021,000
Cost of Education (Net Price) 4 Year $111,472
10 Year Projected ROI $738,528
20 Year Projected ROI $1,909,528
No Colleage Education Salary Comparison
National Average Salary $37,960
10 Year Projected Income $379,600
20 Year Projected Income $759,200

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