A new $1 billion gift from Bloomberg Philanthropies will allow the majority of medical students to attend Johns Hopkins for free.

Beginning in the fall of 2024, Johns Hopkins will offer medical students full cost-of-attendance financial aid packages (including tuition, living expenses and fees) for families earning less than $175,000. Additionally, families earning less than $300,000 will receive scholarships that cover the cost of tuition. View additional eligibility requirements.

FAQs about this exciting program are on our financial aid webpage for medical students.

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The Johns Hopkins School of Medicine is committed to providing financial assistance to all eligible students who qualify based on the availability of funds and demonstrated financial need. We work with each student to explore options for making a Johns Hopkins medical education possible.

Tuition and Fees

Take a look at costs of attendance based on direct educational costs and projected living expenses based on the student's year in school and their program.


School Codes

SOM FAFSA School Code: E00235
SOM CSS Profile School Code: 5346


Financial Aid in Numbers


The amount administered in aid each year in the form of loans, grants, work, scholarship, and graduate funding support provided through federal, state, and institutional resources.


The approximate amount of students who apply and receive some form of financial assistance to help pay toward their educational expenses.

Contact Information

Our team is ready to help you get the support you need quickly and easily. To get started, please request support through SEAM's online form.

For prospective or newly admitted students: https://support.sis.jhu.edu/new-account.

Office of Financial Aid 


8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m., Monday - Friday


  • Ryan Bien, Director of Financial Aid and Scholarships
  • Genene Caines, Associate Director
  • Nadjie Berhanu, Assistant Director

Our office is closed on University designated holidays and during inclement weather.