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Financial aid

University News
Hopkins community celebrates transformative financial aid gift
Published July 8, 2024
Faculty, students share their excitement about Bloomberg Philanthropies' $1 billion investment in future generations of doctors, nurses, research pioneers
JHU receives $1B investment in graduate financial aid
Published July 8, 2024
Bloomberg Philanthropies gift will allow most medical students to attend Hopkins tuition-free; support for other graduate programs will ensure access for top talent from all backgrounds
Undergraduate education
Peabody to meet full student financial need and eliminate loans
Published Feb 2, 2024
Peabody is the largest—and one of the few—conservatories in the U.S. to make the commitment to meeting full financial need
SAIS Europe
$100M gift will significantly expand SAIS Bologna campus
Published Dec 9, 2022
The gift from philanthropists James and Morag Anderson will transform SAIS Europe into an international hub for research and collaboration
Undergraduate admissions
JHU launches program for high-achieving students from Washington, D.C.
Published Feb 11, 2022
The D.C. Scholars Program will offer financial aid, other benefits to graduates of D.C. public schools and public charter schools beginning in the fall of 2022
Financial aid
JHU distributes federal relief to students most impacted by COVID-19 disruptions
Published July 17, 2020
Approximately 10% of all JHU students are eligible to receive $1,200 grants to cover costs incurred due to the university's move to remote learning in spring 2020
New online financial aid tools available for all JHU students
Published June 22, 2020
Chatbot and video portals help students and their families access financial aid information anytime
Hopkins brings Baltimore-area students to campus
Published March 2, 2020
Excel Youth Conference offers insights into application process, financial aid opportunities at Johns Hopkins and beyond
Helping future doctors pay their way
Published Winter 2019
Lisa Dunkle, Med '72, is helping to lift the burden of medical school debt for current and future Johns Hopkins students. Her hope is that her support, including the endowment of the Lisa Dunkle Scheffler, MD, Scholarship Fund, will allow Hopkins students to focus on making the world a better place, rather than "following the money" to pay back loans / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Endowed scholarship celebrates a family legacy
Published June 6, 2019
Seymour Baron and his granddaughter—Jennifer, a member of JHU's Class of 2019—graduated with engineering degrees 75 years apart