Financial aid at Johns Hopkins Carey Business School refers to a broad range of scholarship, work-study, and loan programs.
The sources of these types of aid programs are either federal, state, privately sourced, or come directly from Carey Business School. When you apply for financial aid, you are generally applying for all of the potential aid programs for which you might be eligible. Based on the eligibility guidelines for each aid program, available funding, and your own financial resources and eligibility, you may be offered one or more types of aid to assist you in paying your education costs.
For Maryland residents, the Maryland Higher Education Commission provides funding to support qualified, full-time and part-time undergraduate and graduate students. For more information on Maryland state aid, please contact the State Scholarship Administration at 410-767-3300 or visit the MHEC website. Maryland residents must apply (using the FAFSA) no later than March 1 in order to be considered for Maryland state scholarships. Maryland residents can check the status of their state scholarships or view the eligibility requirements for each Maryland program online.
Other state scholarship programs
Students from certain states may be eligible for state grants or scholarships to help fund their education at the Carey Business School. Check with your state higher education agency for eligibility requirements. Some states may require a separate scholarship application for consideration for state funds. Apply early, as each state has a specific deadline and application process.
We are no longer accepting applications for the 2020-2021 academic year. The new 2021-2022 endowed scholarship application will be available on this website in mid-March 2021.
The Carey Business School offers a monthly payment plan to pay tuition and fees.
Questions about the payment plan should be directed to the Student Accounts Office: 410-234-4755 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
These payment plans involve an enrollment fee of $55 and payment in four equal installments for part-time students who enroll by the deadline.
- Contact Tuition Management Systems by phone at 1-800-722-4867 or visit their website.
- Identify yourself as a Carey Business School student.
- Be ready to provide your Hopkins ID before calling.
- Know the amount of tuition and fees to be budgeted with the payment plan.
Book charges are excluded from the payment plan. Payment plans are semester specific and cannot be used to pay past due balances from previous semesters. The payment plan includes a nominal enrollment fee of $55 each semester.
See Payment Schedule B for the current payment plan. If payment has not been made in accordance with the payment schedule, Tuition Management Systems has the option to terminate the agreement and assess a $40 late fee. In addition, if your payment plan is terminated for nonpayment, a $75 payment plan termination fee will be charged to your student account by Johns Hopkins University. You will not be allowed to receive any future services until your account is paid in full.
Employer-based tuition assistance programs
Many students at Carey Business School receive tuition remission or tuition reimbursement from their employers. Students who participate in employer tuition reimbursement programs should plan to pay all tuition and fees at the time of registration and follow their employer's procedures for requesting reimbursements.
Students with outside organizations sponsoring their tuition and fees are required to submit official documentation and complete a brief acknowledgement section in SIS Self-Service. Johns Hopkins University Third Party Payer coordinates the sponsor billing process. The TPP team prepares and sends invoices for qualified tuition and manages all correspondence regarding sponsor contracts.
For detailed instructions and information, visit the TPP website. This website includes information on how to upload the required documentation, FAQs, and contact information for the Johns Hopkins Third Party Payer team.
Employees receiving tuition assistance may be responsible for taxes on the value of the tuition assistance received. Please check with your employer for more details.
Johns Hopkins University provides a tuition remission program for full-time employees. For information, contact the Benefits Service Center at 410-516-2000.