Tuition & Fees
Prior to the first day of the summer, fall, and spring (including January intersession) semesters, students may select from a number of payment options (please see Student Accounts for additional information).
Registration requests cannot be processed unless accompanied by appropriate payment or selection of an available payment option.
Students who have just begun the financial aid application process may not check “financial aid” in lieu of payment at the time of registration. Students wishing to receive financial aid must pay for courses at the time of registration if they have not completed all required documentation.
Tuition for each course (including laboratory or computer fees) is included in the course listings.
Note: Transcripts and grades will not be released to students with an outstanding financial obligation to the University.
COST OF ATTENDANCE
For annual estimated total cost of attendance and additional fees for all programs, please visit the Office of Financial Aid.
All fees are non-refundable.
- $80 application fee for degree or certificate programs.
- $25 application fee for graduate special (non-degree) status.
The application fee, which must be submitted with the application, is nonrefundable and cannot be waived or deferred, except in certain circumstances for School of Education alumni (see Note below).
Note: Students who have previously earned a bachelor’s, master’s, or doctoral degree from the School of Education are not required to submit an application fee or transcript when they apply for admission to a second degree or certificate program. Students who have graduated from a School of Education certificate program, and who apply for admission to a degree or to a second certificate program within one year of graduation, are not required to submit an application fee or transcript. However, if it has been more than one year since completion of the certificate program, a new application fee is required.
A one-time fee of $500 is required for EdD students and must be paid prior to beginning coursework.
A $175 nonrefundable fee per semester is required for registration. The registration fee is not covered by the Johns Hopkins University employee tuition remission plan.
LATE REGISTRATION FEE
Students registering for the first time during a given term on or after the day of the first class meeting will be charged $100 in addition to the registration fee of $175.
LATE PAYMENT FEE
A late payment fee of $100 will also be assessed if payment for tuition and fees is not received by the specified due date listed on the monthly electronic bills (see the Electronic Billing section of this catalog for details).
RETURNED CHECK FEE
A $35 returned check fee will be assessed on all paper and electronic Automated Clearing House (ACH) check payments that are returned by the bank.
PAYMENT PLAN TERMINATION FEE
Students who are terminated from the monthly payment plan will be charged a $75 termination fee by Johns Hopkins University.
Where applicable, laboratory fees are included in course tuition fees (noted in the online course schedule).
A fee of $175 is required for all undergraduate and graduate degree/certificate candidates.
DELINQUENT ACCOUNT COLLECTIONS
A fee amounting to 25% of the outstanding debt will be charged for any accounts turned over to a collections agency.