who are not U.S. citizens, permanent residents, or other eligible non-citizens
(status of refugee, asylum, humanitarian parole, Cuban-Haitian Entrant)
are considered international students and are not eligible for federal
financial assistance, but may apply for Hopkins funding. Students who
hold F1, F2, J1, J2, or G series visas are not eligible for federal
financial assistance, but may apply for Hopkins funding.
International students interested in applying for renewable scholarship assistance from Johns Hopkins must submit:
• Signed copies of parents’ and student most current income statements, converted into U.S. dollars. This may be a tax return or some other form of verification of annual income.
Benefits statements from your government or parents’ employers,
NOTE: The Certification of Finances Form (included in your Admissions packet) is a required Admissions form, not a financial aid form. This form must be completed by all international students (even those living in the United States) and should be returned to the Admissions Office. For questions about completing this form, please contact the Admissions Office.
International students who are not offered scholarship assistance for their first year at Hopkins will not be eligible for scholarship assistance for any other academic period while they are undergraduates.
Scholarship assistance is not available for international students transferring from another university.
financial aid documents must be filed by November 15 for Freshman Early
Decision applicants, and by February 1 for Regular Decision applicants.
Private loans are available for international undergraduate students. Most of the lenders require a co-signer who is a U.S. citizen. Refer to the Loan section of this website for more information on private loans.
In many cases, graduate students receive tuition and stipend support through their academic department. Students should contact their academic department directly for more information.
Private loans are available for international graduate students. Most of the lenders require a co-signer who is a U.S. citizen. Refer to the Loan section of this website for more information on private loans.