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Johns Hopkins University Acceptance Rate & Admissions Info

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Doctor’s degree – professional practice

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At Johns Hopkins University, you’ll have the relationships and resources to explore what you care about most—and then dig deeper to make a difference in the world around you. Our Homewood campus in Baltimore consists of two undergraduate schools: Krieger School of Arts & Sciences and Whiting School of Engineering. With our flexible curriculum, you’ll have the freedom to discover new interests and make exciting connections across disciplines. For information about Hopkins’ music conservatory and dance program, see peabody.jhu.edu. Hopkins has one of the most generous financial aid programs in the nation. We are 100% need met, no loan, and need-blind for domestic undergraduate students in the Krieger and Whiting Schools. That means if your family demonstrates you can only pay part of college costs, or none at all, we cover the rest through need-based scholarships and work-study opportunities. For international applicants, we’re need-aware.

How does college or university compare?

The acceptance rate for Johns Hopkins University is more than 100% lower than the national average of all colleges which is around 56.7%.

Towson University76.30%
University of Maryland-Baltimore County61.00%
University of Maryland-College Park44.20%
American University36.10%
George Washington University40.80%