The School of Education offers a limited number of institutional scholarships, program and need-based, to students each year. School scholarship review committees give priority consideration to needy students who are not receiving other tuition support and who have not previously received School scholarships. For information on the types of scholarships offered, please click here.
Follow these easy steps to apply:
STEP 1 (Required)
Complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) using the JHU School Code E00475 to be considered for federal financial assistance. For returning filers, the IRS Data Retrieval Tool will streamline your application. For assistance with the FAFSA application call 1-800-4FED-AID (1-800-433-3242)
STEP 2 (Required)
Complete the School of Education Scholarship Application. This online form requires that you have submitted a completed application and requires you to prepare and submit a 500-word statement with specific information to aid the committee in the scholarship selection process. Be sure to include statements concerning personal, educational and professional goals and circumstances. The deadline to submit the SOE Scholarship Application is April 1, 2017 for all programs.
Sources of aid are available from private institutions, such as cultural groups and professional organizations. Students are encouraged to contact these scholarship sources directly. Visit scholarship Web search engines for more information on financial aid sources. You must report all such awards you receive to the Office of Financial Aid. These awards must be taken into consideration when determining the amount of federal, state, and institutional aid for which you may be eligible. Scholarship search engines: