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How to Apply for Financial Aid

Select the appropriate tab below to access the correct application.

Overview

  1. Aid is awarded for one course per program per academic year for Summer Programs, Online Programs, or Family Academic Programs. Academic years start July 1st.
  2. Students must be a U.S. citizen, eligible permanent U.S. resident with a green card, or permanently reside in the U.S. in order to be considered for financial aid.
  3. Early applications are strongly encouraged due to limited available funds.
  4. Students with an account balance from the previous year will not be eligible for financial aid until the account is paid in full.
  5. The nonrefundable application fees are waived for financial aid applicants. However, a reduced deposit is required for Summer Programs and Online Programs. It may be refunded if students do not receive financial aid or cannot be registered for a course.
  6. Students will not be assigned to a course until their financial aid application has been evaluated. A full deposit is required if students wish to be assigned to a course before their financial aid application has been evaluated.

Please select the respective program tab to access the applications and see the list of required documentation. For more information, visit Financial Aid FAQs.

Summer Programs

Registration has ended for Summer 2019 Programs. Please check back in December for Summer 2020 Programs.

 

Online Programs

Complete your program and financial aid applications. With this application you will need to submit the income documentation listed below in PDF format. Please remember to black out or delete Social Security Numbers.

Please submit the following:

  • 2018 Federal Tax Returns
    • Schedules 1, 3, A, C, D, E, and/or F (if applicable)
    • Form 4562 (if applicable)
  • 2018 All W-2/1099 Forms
  • 2018 Form 482 (Puerto Rican Residents)
  • 2018 Documentation of Nontaxable Income*
  • Explanation of any significant income changes (if applicable)**

*Examples of Nontaxable Income include: Social Security income, child support, etc.
**Examples of significant income changes include: unemployment, exemptions, deductions, other income, foreclosure, etc.

If you were not required to file or have not yet filed a 2018 federal tax return, please submit a written explanation. CTY will follow-up with you as to whether or not alternative documents may be submitted.

A reduced tuition deposit of $15 is due with the application. It may be refunded if, for example, students do not receive financial aid or cannot be registered for a course. The nonrefundable application fee is waived for financial aid applicants. A full deposit is required if students wish to be assigned to a course before their financial aid application has been evaluated.

This documentation may be uploaded with your online application or sent with your paper application to:

Email: ctyenrollment@jhu.edu
Mail: CTY Enrollment Services
Johns Hopkins University
P.O. Box 64710
Baltimore, MD 21264

CTY may request additional documentation after we receive your application. Questions concerning financial aid should be addressed to CTY Enrollment Services: 800-393-6095, option #2 or ctyenrollment@jhu.edu.

Family Programs

Complete your program and financial aid applications. With this application you will need to submit the income documentation listed below in PDF format. Please remember to black out or delete Social Security Numbers.

Please submit the following:

  • 2018 Federal Tax Returns
    • Schedules A, C, D, E, and/or F
    • Form 4562 (if applicable)
  • 2018 All W-2/1099 Forms
  • 2018 Form 482 (Puerto Rican Residents)
  • 2018 Documentation of Nontaxable Income*
  • Explanation of any significant income changes (if applicable)**

*Example of Nontaxable Income includes: Social Security income, child support, etc.
**Examples of significant income changes includes: unemployment, exemptions, deductions, other income, foreclosure, etc.

If you were not required to file or have not yet filed a 2018 federal tax return, please submit a written explanation. CTY will follow-up with you as to whether or not alternative documents may be submitted.

This documentation may be sent with your paper application to:

Email: ctyenrollment@jhu.edu
Mail: CTY Enrollment Services
Johns Hopkins University
P.O. Box 64710
Baltimore, MD 21264

CTY may request additional documentation after we receive your application. Questions concerning financial aid should be addressed to CTY Enrollment Services: 800-393-6095, option #2 or ctyenrollment@jhu.edu.

DCC

Complete your program and financial aid applications (PDF). With this application you will need to submit the income documentation listed below in PDF format. Please remember to black out or delete Social Security Numbers.

Please submit the following:

  • 2018 Federal Tax Returns
    • Schedules A, C, D, E, and/or F
    • Form 4562 (if applicable)
  • 2018 All W-2/1099 Forms
  • 2018 Form 482 (Puerto Rican Residents)
  • 2018 Documentation of Nontaxable Income*
  • Explanation of any significant income changes (if applicable)**

*Example of Nontaxable Income includes: Social Security income, child support, etc.
**Examples of significant income changes includes: unemployment, exemptions, deductions, other income, foreclosure, etc.

If you were not required to file or have not yet filed a 2018 federal tax return, please submit a written explanation. CTY will follow-up with you as to whether or not alternative documents may be submitted.

This documentation may be sent with your paper application to:

Email: dcc@jhu.edu
Mail: CTY Diagnostic and Counseling Center
McAuley Hall
5801 Smith Avenue
Baltimore, MD 21209

CTY may request additional documentation after we receive your application.
Questions concerning DCC financial aid should be addressed to the Diagnostic & Counseling Center: 410-735-6238 or dcc@jhu.edu.