The Johns Hopkins School of Education is dedicated to providing equitable access to its academic programs through a range of financial aid opportunities and assistance

As part of this mission, we offer information about various grants, scholarships, and loan programs to support our students in their pursuit of graduate education.

In general, you can consider applying for financial aid if you:

  • Are fully and unconditionally* accepted into a degree or approved certificate program of 15 or more credits
  • Are enrolled at least half-time each semester (4.5 credits or more for graduate; 6 credits or more for undergraduates)
  • Complete all courses for which aid was awarded
  • Maintain satisfactory academic progress (3.00 cumulative GPA for graduates; 2.00 cumulative GPA for undergraduates)

The Johns Hopkins School of Education’s approach to financial support reflects our commitment to transforming education through partnerships, data-driven insights, and creating equitable opportunities for students of all backgrounds — empowering them to make a meaningful difference in education and beyond.

*Limited assistance is available for provisionally admitted students for specific credits required for full admission.


The Office of Student Enrollment and Account Management (SEAM) works cross-functionally to provide support with financial aid, student accounts, and registration.

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Helpful Information for Navigating the Financial Aid Landscape

If you need additional assistance or support navigating your educational expenses, please contact us to discuss your options. Our team is ready to help you get the support you need. If you are planning to enroll in summer courses, please continue to complete your application for processing.

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