The Johns Hopkins University is honored to award the Baltimore Scholars Program, a charitable, two-tiered financial support program that identifies high-achieving Baltimore City public school graduates from families that earn up to $150,000 and have typical assets.
Eligibility Criteria/ Scholarship Guidelines
A Student should be a U.S Citizen or Permanent Residents.
Be graduates of a Baltimore City public school or charter school.
Have been a Baltimore City resident and attended a Baltimore City public school or eligible charter school for at least 10th, 11th, and 12th grades.
Be a full-time, first-year, and first-time degree-seeking student.
Submit all required financial aid documents by the deadline (Note: If you would like to request a waiver for the CSS PROFILE, please contact our Office of Student Financial Services at [email protected]).
In addition, students’ families must meet income eligibility requirements.
A separate application for this program is not required. Students who meet the eligibility requirements and are accepted to Johns Hopkins will automatically become a Baltimore Scholar.
The Baltimore Scholars Program offers families making less than $150,000 the following support: For families making $80,000 or less: The scholarship covers the full cost of attendance, including tuition, room, and board (housing and meals), fees, books, and other associated costs. For families making $80,000-$150,000: Family contribution is led at 10 percent of total family income. (For example, a Baltimore Scholar whose household income was $100,000 would be asked to pay about $10,000 toward their education each year, and the scholarship will meet the remaining cost.)
This scholarship is tenable for 3 years.
Organization / Institution Name
Johns Hopkins University