Johns Hopkins University

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Year Founded:
1876
Religious Affiliation:
None
College Type:
Private , Urban
Enrollment:
5621 (full time undergrad)
Tuition In State:
$52,170
Tuition Out of State:
$52,170
Division:
NCAA III
Conference:
American Lacrosse Conference (Division I), Centennial Conference (Division III), Collegiate Water Polo Association (Division I)
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Johns Hopkins University Women's tennis Program Coaching & Recruiting Staff
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    Athletics Information
    Conference:
    American Lacrosse Conference (Division I), Centennial Conference (Division III), Collegiate Water Polo Association (Division I)
    Division:
    NCAA III
    Athletic Director:
    Tom Calder
    Women's Tennis Coaching Staff
    • Dave Woodring Head Coach
    Sports Offered
    • Baseball
    • Field Hockey
    • Football
    • Men's Basketball
    • Men's Ice Hockey
    • Men's Lacrosse
    • Men's Soccer
    • Men's Swimming
    • Men's Tennis
    • Men's Track
    • Men's Water Polo
    • Women's Basketball
    • Women's Lacrosse
    • Women's Soccer
    • Women's Swimming
    • Women's Tennis
    • Women's Track
    • Women's Volleyball
    • Wrestling
    Club Sports
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    Admissions Contact Info
    Admissions Toll Free Phone:
    N/A
    Admissions Phone:
    (410) 516-8171
    Admissions Email:
    gotojhu@jhu.edu
    Academic Requirements
    Academic Selectivity:
    Most Selective
    Religious Requirements:
    No
    Specific Religious Requirements:
    N/A
    Application Information
    Application Deadline:
    Yes
    Application Deadline Date:
    January 1
    Application Final Date:
    January 1
    Application Priority Date:
    March 1
    Notification Date:
    April 1
    Rolling Admissions:
    No
    Early Action:
    No
    Early Action Closing Date:
     
    Early Decision:
    Yes
    Early Decision Deadline:
     
    Common Application:
    Yes
    Student Body Averages
    ACT
    Average Freshman GPA:
    3.9
    Average ACT Composite:
    31
    Average ACT English:
    30
    Average ACT Math:
    32
    Average ACT Writing:
    9
    ACT 25th Percentile:
    32%
    ACT 75th Percentile:
    34%
    SAT
    Average SAT 1 Combined:
    1410
    Average SAT 1 Math:
    755
    Average SAT 1 Verbal:
    660
    SAT 25th Percentile:
    1400%
    SAT 75th Percentile:
    1570%
    SAT 2 Requirements:
    (mathematics II recommended for engineering majors)
    Majors
      Most Popular Majors:
    • International Studies, Public Health Studies, Biomedical Engineering
      Pre-Professional Programs:
    • Pre-Law, Pre-Medicine
      Other Pre-Professional Programs:
      Combined 3-2 Programs:
    •  
      Majors Offered:
    • Aerospace, Aeronautical and Astronautical Engineering,
    • Anthropology,
    • Applied Mathematics,
    • Archeology,
    • Area Studies,
    • Audiovisual Communications Technologies,
    • Behavioral Sciences,
    • Biochemistry, Biophysics and Molecular Biology,
    • Bioethics,
    • Biology,
    • Biology, Other,
    • Biomathematics,
    • Biomedical/Medical Engineering,
    • Biotechnology,
    • Business,
    • Business Administration, Management, and Operations,
    • Cellular Biology and Anatomical Sciences,
    • Chemical Engineering,
    • Chemistry,
    • City/Urban, Community and Regional Planning,
    • Civil Engineering,
    • Classics and Classical Linguistics,
    • Clinical Psychology,
    • Cognitive Science,
    • Communication and Media Studies,
    • Computer Engineering,
    • Computer Systems Networking and Telecommunications,
    • Computer and Information Sciences,
    • Drama and Stagecraft,
    • Ecology, Marine Biology, and Oceanography,
    • Economics,
    • Education, Other,
    • Education/Teaching,
    • Educational Administration,
    • Educational Assessment,
    • Educational/Instructional Media Design,
    • Electrical Engineering,
    • Engineering,
    • Engineering Mechanics,
    • Engineering Technologies, Other,
    • Engineering, Other,
    • Engineering-Related Fields,
    • English Literature,
    • Environmental Engineering,
    • Ethnic and Group Studies,
    • Film/Video and Photographic Arts,
    • Finance,
    • Fine and Studio Arts,
    • Genetics,
    • Geography and Cartography,
    • Geology,
    • Germanic Linguistics,
    • Gerontology,
    • Health Professions, Other,
    • Health and Medical Administrative Services,
    • History,
    • Homeland Security,
    • Human Biology,
    • Human Resources Management,
    • Industrial Engineering,
    • Information Science,
    • Information Technology Administration,
    • Interdisciplinary Studies, Other,
    • International Relations and National Security Studies,
    • Liberal Arts and Sciences,
    • Marketing,
    • Materials Engineering,
    • Mathematics,
    • Mathematics and Statistics, Other,
    • Mechanical Engineering,
    • Medical Illustration and Informatics,
    • Medical Preparatory Programs,
    • Medicine,
    • Mental and Social Health Services,
    • Museum Studies,
    • Music,
    • Nanotechnology,
    • Natural Resources Conservation and Research,
    • Natural Sciences,
    • Neurobiology and Neurosciences,
    • Nursing,
    • Pharmacology and Toxicology,
    • Philosophy,
    • Physical Sciences, Other,
    • Physics,
    • Physiology,
    • Political Science and Government,
    • Psychology,
    • Psychology, Other,
    • Public Administration,
    • Public Health,
    • Public Policy Analysis,
    • Real Estate,
    • Research and Experimental Psychology,
    • Rhetoric and Composition/Writing,
    • Robotic Engineering,
    • Romance Linguistics,
    • Social Sciences,
    • Sociology,
    • Special Education,
    • Student Counseling,
    • Systems Engineering,
    • Teacher Development Methods,
    • Teacher Development Specific Subjects,
    • Teaching English or French,
    Location
    City/Town Situated In:
    Baltimore, MD
    Population:
    637455
    Major City Closest To School:
     
    Distance Of Major City:
    0 Miles
    Closest International Airport:
    Baltimore, MD
    Distance To International Airport:
    15 Miles
    Closest Other Airport:
    Washington, DC (Reagan Nationa
    Distance To Other Airport:
    50 Miles
    Location Description:

    140-acre campus in Baltimore (population: 637,455); branch campuses in East Baltimore and Washington, DC. Served by air, bus, and train; airport also serves Washington, DC (40 miles). School operates transportation to area schools, John Hopkins Medical Sch, Peabody Conservatory, and train station. Public transportation serves campus

    Demographics
    Male:
    49.94%
    Female:
    50.06%
    African American:
    7.12%
    Asian American:
    19.66%
    Caucasian:
    42.10%
    Hispanic:
    11.35%
    International:
    11.69%
    Other:
    3.12%
    Student Faculty Ratio:
    10:1
    Out State Freshmen:
    87%
    Campus Size:
    140 acres
    Campus Life
    Freshmen In School Housing:
    100%
    Students Live On Campus:
    56%
    Students Live Off Campus:
    44%
    Students Live On Campus During Weekends:
    0%
    Housing Types:
    • Coed dorms, Sorority housing, Fraternity housing, Single-student apartments
    Fraternities & Sororities
    Fraternities & Sororities:
    Y
    Number Of Fraternities:
    13
    Number Of Sororities:
    12
    Join Fraternities:
    27%
    Join Sororities:
    32%
    ROTC
    Air Force ROTC:
    No
    Navy ROTC:
    No
    Army ROTC:
    Yes
    Financial Aid
    Financial Aid Toll Free Number:
     
    Financial Aid Phone:
    (410) 516-8028
    Financial Aid Email:
    fin_aid@jhu.edu
    Aid Notification Date:
    April 1
    Financial Aid Forms:
    FAFSA, CSS/Financial Aid PROFILE, Business/Farm Supplement, Other
    Tuition Instate:
    $52,170
    Tuition Out of State:
    $52,170
    Room & Board:
    $14,976
    Average Debt On Graduation:
    $21,859
    Scholarship Numbers
    FTF = First Time Freshmen
    FTU = Full Time Undergraduate
    Average Non-Need Based Athletic Grant and Scholarship Amount:
    FTF :$30,856
    FTU : $26,939
    Number of Students Who Received Non-Need Based Athletic Grants and Scholarships:
    FTF :8
    FTU : 31
    Average Non-Need Based Scholarship or Grant Amount:
    FTF :$31,100
    FTU : $27,360
    Average Need-Based Loan Amount:
    FTF :$3,364
    FTU : $4,530
    Average Need-Based-Self-Help-Award Amount:
    FTF :$4,638
    FTU : $5,695
    Average Need-Based Scholarship or Grant Amount:
    FTF :$27,706
    FTU : $28,380
    Average Financial Aid Package:
    FTF :$29,322
    FTU : $31,853
    Average Percentage Of Need Met (Based on EFC):
    FTF :94%
    FTU : 98%

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