Johns Hopkins University admitted 1,652 applicants today to the Class of 2025, selected from a pool of 33,236. They join the 824 early decision students who were offered admission in December and February.
The class represents 49 U.S. states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, and 89 other countries, including most prominently China, India, South Korea, and Canada.
The admitted students have already demonstrated exceptional academic and personal excellence. Among those offered admission is a filmmaker who has been published in Discovery and National Geographic, a developer of an electric car and bamboo bike, a racial justice activist leading campaign initiatives and conducting legislative policy, a researcher on underwater robot archaeology, a founder of a malaria youth intervention program in Ghana, an author of the bestselling book on Amazon in the category of Asian History for Young Adults, and an inventor of an artificial intelligence framework for air quality that has a provisional patent.
Students who applied regular decision can view admissions decisions online at mydecision.jhu.edu. Admitted students have until May 1 to accept their spot in the class.