|Scholarship Name||External Scholarships|
Johns Hopkins University guides students who wish to apply for external scholarships. The university has a website that lists a variety of external funding opportunities available to students.
|Scholarship Name||Departmental Scholarships|
Various academic departments offer scholarships to students based on academic achievement and demonstrated need. Examples include the Elmar W. Seibel Scholarship for Political Science, the Wallace Coulter Scholarship for Biomedical Engineering, and the R. Clayton Emory Memorial Scholarship for Economics.
|Scholarship Name||The Johns Hopkins University Grants|
These grants are awarded to students based on financial need. The amount of the grant varies depending on the student's financial need but can range from a few thousand dollars to the full cost of tuition.
|Scholarship Name||Merit Scholarships|
The university offers a range of merit scholarships to incoming freshmen. These scholarships are awarded based on academic achievements, extracurricular activities, and other accomplishments. Some of these scholarships include the Hodson Trust Scholarship, the Woodrow Wilson Research Fellowship, and the Freshman Academic Scholarship.