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Johns Hopkins University

The history of Johns Hopkins is a history of ideas. Since Hopkins opened its doors as America's first research university in 1876, brilliant thinkers have been drawn here. Students come to Johns Hopkins to continue this rich tradition of engaging in active thinking; here, they are not passive learners but involved participants in a process of investigation that challenges them to set their sights high and gives them the knowledge to ascend those new heights. The university includes nine academic divisions: the schools of Advanced International Studies, Arts and Sciences, Education, Engineering, Medicine, and Nursing, the Carey Business School, and the Peabody Institute, a conservatory of music. A tenth division, the Applied Physics Laboratory, is devoted to research and development.

3400 N. Charles Street
Baltimore, MD 21218
410-516-8000
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www.jhu.edu

Type of Institution: Independent 4-year

Fall 2008 Total Enrollment: 19,758
Male: 9,524    Female: 10,234
Full-time: 11,755    Part-time: 8,003

2009-2010 Tuition and Mandatory Fees for Maryland Residents:
Full-time Tuition per year: $39,150 (Arts & Sciences & Engineering), $34,270 (Peabody Institute), $31,920 (Nusing)
Part-time Tuition cost per credit hour: $630 - $990
Mandatory fees: $500 (1st year only)

Campus Housing:
Room and Board: $12,040 (Homewood Campus)

Degrees or Awards: Bachelor's, Master's, Doctorate, Professional Certificates

Calendar: Semesters with January intersession, except for quarters in the School of Public Health. Summer terms are offered in several of the schools.

Entry Requirements: Johns Hopkins admission is very competitive. A strong college preparatory program is recommended, including four years of English, four years of mathematics, four years of a foreign language, four years of science with laboratory, and four years of history and social science. The Reasoning Test SAT or ACT with writing is required. For those submitting SAT I scores, Johns Hopkins recommends submitting SAT subject test scores, and if submitted, requests results from three tests. Applicants interested in an engineering major should submit scores from the Mathematics Level 2 exam and at least one science exam.

Application Deadlines: Early Decision: November 15; Regular Decision: January 1

Title IV Code: E00473, E00233, E00475, E00234, E00476, E00235, E00473

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