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Tuition and Fees

 

RESIDENTIAL STUDENTS:

2015 SUMMER UNIVERSITY RESIDENTIAL STUDENTS

Summer University Residential students pay $8,890 for two courses up to six credits, room and board. The fee for a student enrolled for seven credits is $9,685. Both fees include activities but do not cover the cost for books and supplies. Residential students are required to maintain a two-course load.

2015 SUMMER UNIVERSITY MINI-TERM RESIDENTIAL STUDENTS

Summer University Residential Mini-Term students pay $3,325 for two courses up to 2 credits, room and board. Fees include activities but do not cover the cost for books and supplies. Residential students are required to maintain a two-course load.

2015 DISCOVER HOPKINS PROGRAMS RESIDENTIAL STUDENTS

Residential Tuition is $2,550 per each Session I, II or III. This includes your course, room and board, academic & activities fees, but does not cover the cost of books or supplies.

COMMUTER STUDENTS (ALL CAMPUS LOCATIONS: Baltimore, Montgomery County, Washington, DC):

2015 SUMMER UNIVERSITY COMMUTER STUDENTS

Tuition is $795 per credit. Tuition listed for laboratory courses includes laboratory fees. Costs for books and supplies, meals, and special activities are not included in the price of tuition.

2015 SUMMER UNIVERSITY MINI-TERM COMMUTER STUDENTS

Tuition is $795 per credit. Tuition listed for laboratory courses includes laboratory fees. Costs for books and supplies, meals, and special activities are not included in the price of tuition.

2015 DISCOVER HOPKINS PROGRAMS COMMUTER STUDENTS

Commuter Tuition is $1,420 per each Session I, II or III. This includes your course, academic field trips, lunch and activities fees, but does not cover the cost of books or supplies.

 

 

JOHNS HOPKINS FULL-TIME EMPLOYEES

For Pre-College Programs (Summer University and Discover Hopkins), employees may use tuition remission. Tuition remission covers 50% of tuition only. Employees of Johns Hopkins, please visit the Benefits website for more information on financial assistance for dependent children.

 

 

 

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