Admission & Financial Aid


We are delighted to learn of your interest in Johns Hopkins School of Education. Through our innovative graduate and doctoral programs, our students learn to address the most pressing needs of PK-12 schools, from recruiting and preparing highly qualified teachers, to building school leadership capacity, to helping children with special needs, to developing research-based curricula and closing the achievement gap, and to addressing the social and emotional needs of children, youth and families. We also educate and train the most talented counselors, health educators and public safety leaders through evidence-based research and instruction.

We are committed to making your admissions experience as welcoming and positive as your next few years in your SOE program. Please give us a call at 1-877-548-7631 or let us know if you have any questions.


Elisabeth Woodward, Seon Jeon, and Adrian Hinson
Office of Admissions
Johns Hopkins School of Education


Office of Admissions
6740 Alexander Bell Drive
Suite 180
Columbia, MD 21046

P: 1-877-548-7631
F: 410-614-9799

Email: Request Information
Email: Application Assistance

Our Team

Our admissions staff is available to assist you with any questions or concerns you might have regarding academic programs or admissions criteria Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. EST.


  • Elisabeth Woodward
    Director of Admissions
  • Seon Jeon
    Assistant Director of Admissions
  • Adrian Hinson
    Admissions Coordinator
  • Jade Margerum
    Admissions Coordinator
  • Summer Dawson
    Admissions Coordinator


Financial Aid Office
6740 Alexander Bell Drive
Suite 180
Columbia, MD 21046
Phone: 410-516-9808
Fax: 410-516-9799

Office hours: M to F | 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.


The Office of Admissions is your connection to the programs we offer—and your  guide through the application process. We welcome the opportunity to work with you.

The culture of excellence is pervasive at the School of Education. You are among people who are at the top of their field. It really does rub off. If you want to be a leader in the field, you should be with the best. That’s what I think Johns Hopkins is about. I feel like I entered the field at a great advantage.”