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Help a Student Obtain a Hopkins Education: Scholarships and Fellowships

With Your Support, We Can Make a Hopkins Education Accessible for More Students

Hopkins students are some of the world's best.

Not only are Hopkins students top scholars, they are also published researchers, ambitious business and social entrepreneurs, committed non-profit and community service volunteers at work in Baltimore and around the world, skilled artists in all media, and athletes who compete successfully in competitions from Division I national championships to intramurals.

Your gift in support of undergraduate scholarships and graduate student fellowships helps us to attract these students from a rich diversity of backgrounds, sustain them through their schooling, and enable them to graduate with lower debt.

Providing Financial Support Through the Hopkins Fund

You may provide current-use financial support to undergraduate or graduate student students — support that goes directly to the students but lasts only until the total is spent — by making a multi-year pledge through the Hopkins Fund or a Graduate Alumni Annual Fund.

To contribute financial aid for undergraduate students, go to the secure online giving page and select either "Krieger School Hopkins Fund — Student Financial Aid" or "Whiting School Hopkins Fund — Student Financial Aid." To contribute to graduate student aid, select the "Krieger School Graduate Alumni Annual Fund" or "Whiting School Graduate Alumni Annual Fund."

Providing Leadership Support Through the Hopkins Fund

You may also provide current-use financial support to undergraduate students, called Hopkins Fund Scholars, at the leadership level — $10,000 or more for three to five years. Your leadership support entitles you to receive, for each year of your gift, profiles of the 10 selected Hopkins Fund Scholars, an invitation to the scholarship luncheon, and the inclusion of your name as a leadership donor in the scholarship luncheon program and on the Hopkins Fund website.

To make a leadership gift to the Hopkins Fund, go to the secure online giving page, select either "Krieger School Hopkins Fund — Student Financial Aid" or "Whiting School Hopkins Fund — Student Financial Aid,” and specify a gift amount of $10,000 or more for three, four, or five years. If you have additional questions, please contact the appropriate development officer in the list below.

Creating an Endowed Scholarship

An endowed scholarship lasts in perpetuity and is a key priority of the Rising campaign. An endowed scholarship requires a larger gift, is eligible for the President's Match, and not only supports students but also allows Johns Hopkins to compete more successfully against peer institutions and withstand the uncertanties of government aid and the financial markets. To learn more, please contact the appropriate development officer below.

It’s Easy to Help a Hopkins Student

To learn how to establish a Hopkins Fund leadership gift for financial aid, or to establish an endowed scholarship or fellowship, please contact the appropriate development officer below:

Berman Institute: Andrew Rentschler
Bloomberg School of Public Health: Heath Elliott
Carey Business School: Greg Bowden
Center for Talented Youth: Margaret Walsh
Johns Hopkins Medicine: Steve Rum
Krieger School of Arts and Sciences: Debra Lannon
Nitze School of Advanced International Studies: Kimberle Morton
Peabody Institute: Jessica Lunken
School of Education: Michele Y. Ewing
School of Nursing: Akudo Anyanwu
Sheridan Libraries and University Museums: Sylvia Eggleston Wehr
Whiting School of Engineering: Megan Howie