Johns Hopkins University has sent out its Regular Decision admissions notifications. In all, 30,163 students applied Regular Decision to Johns Hopkins in the hope of earning admission to the school’s Class of 2023. Of these applicants, 2,309 earned admission. That’s a Regular Decision admit rate of a little over 6.7%. These 2,309 admitted students are on top of the 641 students who earned admission this past Early Decision cycle. Admitted students hail from 49 states, Washington, D.C., four U.S. territories, and 91 nations around the globe. The most represented nations outside of the United States are China, Canada, South Korea, India, and Nigeria.
Johns Hopkins in the Wake of Mayor Bloomberg’s Major Gift
As reports Johns Hopkins’s “Hub” staff in a piece about its Class of 2023, “The Hopkins admissions process is need-blind, meaning financial status is not a factor in whether a student is accepted. These new Blue Jays will be among the first Hopkins students to take full advantage of the landmark $1.8 billion donation from alumnus Michael Bloomberg that will allow for more comprehensive financial aid packages for undergraduates, including eliminating loans for domestic students…Admitted students have until May 1 to accept their spot in the class.”
Congratulations to all students who earned admission to Johns Hopkins this Regular Decision cycle! And, while you’re here, read more about Johns Hopkins University’s favorite son, Michael Bloomberg.