Johns Hopkins University Class of 2026 Early Decision Statistics
Johns Hopkins University has extended its Early Decision I offers of admission to the Class of 2026. In all, 520 students earned admission to the Baltimore, Maryland-based institution in the first round of admission — the precise number of applicants who earned admission last year in the Early Decision I round for the Class of 2025. Of these 520 admits to the Class of 2026, 17% will be the first in their families to attend college. Two-thirds of admits will be enrolling within the Krieger School of Arts and Sciences, while one-third will join the Whiting School of Engineering.
But beyond the admissions statistics, what we always love about the Johns Hopkins press releases focusing on their admitted students is the specifics anecdotes they share…some of which, over the years, have included our very own students. As The Hub Staff writes in a Hub release entitled “Johns Hopkins welcomes first members of Class of 2026,” “This cohort of students includes change-makers already improving society and humanity through their work. One is the founder of Mission Marrow, which aims to address disparities in stem cell registries. Another led a team to create the first 3D-printed electronic arm in Paraguay. They are harnessing emerging technologies for the greater good, too. One student developed a machine-learning algorithm that assists caregivers in preventing patients with dementia and other conditions from wandering and entering unsafe spaces, while yet another student designed and built a pair of glasses that help people with visual impairments navigate unfamiliar environments. They are advocates for equity, organizing a successful campaign to change the placement process for Baltimore City Public Schools in order to create more equity for ESOL students and co-founding the Georgia ACLU student chapter.”
Congratulations to Ivy Coach’s students who earned admission to Johns Hopkins University’s Class 0f 2026 in the Early Decision round. Every one of you got in for a clean sweep!
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