Institutional Aid

The Office of Financial Aid is responsible for the awarding of 18 endowed scholarships to students each year.

These scholarships are for tuition only.  All students are welcome to apply for these funds. These scholarships are primarily merit-based and the average amount awarded for 2020-2021 was $3,896.

These scholarships are for the fall and spring semesters only. Recipients receive half of the award in the fall semester, and half in the spring semester. Since these scholarships are primarily merit-based, returning students meeting the academic criteria may receive funding first. Please note that this funding is not guaranteed.

Application requirements for 2021-2022

We are no longer accepting applications for the 2021-2022 academic year. The new 2022-2023 application form will be available on this website in mid-March 2022.

Requirements for U.S. citizens and permanent residents

  • Submit the 2021-2022 endowed scholarship application by email OR using the Document uploader in SIS.
  • Submit the 2021-2022 FAFSA (School Code:E02145)
  • Part-time students must also complete the 2021-2022 supplemental information form

Requirements for international students

Only submit the 2021-2022 endowed scholarship application by email OR using the Document uploader in SIS.

Endowed funds awarded by the Office of Financial Aid

Bloomberg Scholars Program

An alumnus of the Johns Hopkins Whiting School of Engineering and former chairman of the Johns Hopkins University Board of Trustees, the Honorable Michael Bloomberg, former mayor of New York City, established the Bloomberg Scholars Program in 1995 to provide financial support to students with outstanding academic ability and potential.

Charles T. and G. Audrey Carter, Jr. Scholarship

Established in 1998 by business alumnus Charles T. Carter, Jr., '81, and G. Audrey Carter, this scholarship supports students of the Johns Hopkins Carey Business School.

Aaron and Fannye Cohen Scholarship

David Cohen, former chairman of the Real Estate Advisory Board, and his wife Susan established the Aaron and Fannye Cohen Scholarship in 2000 in honor of their parents. This fund supports students with demonstrated financial need in the Edward St. John Real Estate Program.

Howard E. Cooper, Jr. Memorial Scholarship

Mary Cooper Evans established this fund in 1985 in honor of Dr. Howard E. Cooper, Jr., professor emeritus and former associate dean of McCoy College, who taught at Johns Hopkins from 1928 until his retirement in 1964. This fund supports students majoring in business.

Dean's Alumni Advisory Board (DAAB) Scholarship

Established in 2015 by the members of the Johns Hopkins Carey Business School's Dean's Alumni Advisory Board, this merit-based scholarship is awarded to an outstanding graduate student in business.

Dong H. Lee Scholarship

The Dong H. Lee Scholarship was established in 2014 in memory of Dong H. Lee, MS finance '05, by his colleagues at WallachBeth Capital.

William C. Dulin Scholarship

This scholarship was established in 1987 to honor Dr. William Carter Dulin, former professor of management at the Johns Hopkins Carey Business School and a member of the task force charged with developing the school's first graduate business degree program applicable to the private, public, and nonprofit sectors. The scholarship provides financial assistance for academically talented students studying business management.

Dr. Frederick H. Glade, Jr. Scholarship

Established in 1991 by the family of the late Dr. Frederic H. Glade Jr., director of the former Division of Business and Management (now the Carey Business School) from 1969 to 1979. This scholarship is awarded to a student at Carey who demonstrates scholastic achievement and does not receive employer-paid tuition assistance.

James G. Green Memorial Scholarship

The James G. Green Memorial Scholarship was established in 2004 by the Green Contracting Company and the Green family and friends. In honor of the late James G. Green, this merit scholarship provides financial assistance to students who attend Carey while employed full time.

Alfred D. Johnson Jr. and Marta D.V. Johnson Scholarship

The Alfred D. Johnson Jr. and Marta D.V. Johnson Endowed Scholarship was established in 2014 by Alfred, BS ’76, MAS ’82, and Marta Johnson to support students with financial need.

Susan J. Kilmartin Scholarship

This Scholarship provides financial assistance to women pursuing a degree in Information Technology at The Carey Business School.

Linda C. Mistler Scholarship

Established in 1998 by Linda C. Mistler, '83, this scholarship provides financial assistance to students at the Carey Business School.

Helen M. And E. Magruder Passano, Jr. Scholarship

This scholarship was established to provide financial support to students who attend the Carey Business School.

Michael C. Perkinson Scholarship for Global Business and Diplomacy

This scholarship was established in 2015 by Michael Perkinson, who graduated from the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies with an MA in international public policy in 1997 and then earned his MS in finance from the Carey Business School in 2009. This scholarship supports students with demonstrated financial need who have an interest in international business.

John B. Schneeman, Jr. Scholarship

Established in 1986 by the estate of John B. Schneeman Jr., this scholarship provides assistance to students at the Carey Business School.

William H. Thomson Scholarship

This merit scholarship was established in 1996 by Dorothy S. Thomson (deceased) in memory of her husband, William H. Thomson. This fund provides support to outstanding students at Carey.

Eva O. B. Wilson Memorial Scholarship

Established in 1967 by Eva Orrick Bandell Wilson, who attended classes in the Evening College, the fund provides aid for students with demonstrated financial need.

Zarsy Scholarship

This scholarship was established in 2014 by Patricia and Cavan Redmond, MAS ’87, to create a pathway for future generations of women who will serve as business leaders in the U.S. The fund provides financial assistance to U.S. Citizens or permanent residents with financial need.

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