Here are some steps you can take to try to secure a scholarship to attend Johns Hopkins University:
- Research scholarships: There are many different scholarships available to students, and it’s important to do your research and find the ones that you are most eligible for. Johns Hopkins offers a variety of scholarships, including merit-based scholarships, need-based scholarships, departmental scholarships, and scholarships for specific groups of students.
- Meet the requirements: Make sure you meet the qualifications for the scholarships you’re interested in. Review the application materials and make sure you meet the requirements.
- Submit a strong application: Submit a well-written application that highlights your achievements, extracurricular activities, and why you would be a great candidate for the scholarship.
- Get letters of recommendation: Many scholarships require letters of recommendation, so be sure to get them from teachers, counselors, or coaches who can speak to your academic abilities, work ethic, and character.
- Submit your application by the deadline: Be sure to submit your application and all required materials by the posted deadline.
- Keep in mind that many scholarships are awarded on a rolling basis and applications are reviewed as they come in, it’s better to apply early as possible.
It’s also worth noting that Johns Hopkins University provides a wide range of need-based financial aid to students who are eligible, and most of the admitted students receive some form of aid, so be sure to apply for financial aid even if you don’t qualify for scholarships. In general, the more opportunities you apply to, the greater your chances of securing funding.
Finally, do not hesitate to reach out to the Financial Aid office or the scholarship office of the University and ask for any guidance or additional information about the scholarships you are interested in.