Pay Your Tuition

Johns Hopkins University offers several tuition payment options. You can pay tuition online, by mail, and more.

Select a payment method:

To view or pay a balance online, use your JHED ID to log in to SIS Self-Service. Your JHED login ID (also referred to as your JHED ID) is the username that you use when you log in to the JHED system. New students should have received an email containing their JHED ID.

Checks for tuition and fees should be made payable to JHU and should include your Hopkins ID number. Please note that your Hopkins ID is not your JHED ID. You can find your Hopkins ID in the upper right-hand corner of SIS Self-Service. Payments should be mailed to:

Johns Hopkins University
Student Accounts Operations
Garland Hall B075
3400 N. Charles Street
Baltimore, MD 21218

Initiate a 529 payment through your plan administrator. 

If online payment is not an option, please note the student’s name and Hopkins ID on the memo line of the check. Please note that your Hopkins ID is not your JHED ID. You can find your Hopkins ID in the upper right-hand corner of SIS Self-Service. Checks may be mailed to 

Johns Hopkins University 
Student Accounts Operations 
Garland Hall B075 
3400 N. Charles Street 
Baltimore, MD 21218 

For questions about 529 payments, please contact SEAM. For specific questions about your plan, contact your plan administrator. 

Students in the following divisions are eligible to enroll in a payment plan through Nelnet Campus Commerce:

  • ASEN Homewood Schools
  • Carey Business School
  • Peabody Institute
  • School of Advanced International Studies
  • School of Education
  • School of Nursing

Fall 2023 Monthly Payment Plan Details

  • Enrollment fee: $55
  • Enrollment start date: July 3, 2023
  • Installment options based on time of enrollment:
    • 5 months – Aug Sept, Oct, Nov, and Dec
    • 4 months – Sept, Oct, Nov, and Dec
    • 3 months – Oct, Nov, and Dec
  • Payment due date: 15th of each month

Spring 2024 Monthly Payment Plan Details

  • Enrollment fee: $55
  • Enrollment start date: December 1, 2023
  • Installment options based on time of enrollment:
    • 5 months – Jan, Feb, Mar, April, and May
    • 4 months – Feb, Mar, April, and May
    • 3 months – Mar, April, and May
  • Payment due date: 15th of each month

To enroll in a payment plan, log in to SIS Self-Service. On the billing tab, select “Summary” and then “Enroll in Nelnet Payment Plan.”

For more information, contact Nelnet Campus Commerce at 1-800-609-8056

Johns Hopkins accepts international payments via Flywire or Convera (formerly Western Union). With these trusted and secure payment vendors, international students worldwide can easily make education payments, typically in their own currency. Benefits of each company:
  • Pay using accounts from your home country, outside of the U.S. For most countries, you pay in your home currency and funds will be sent in $USD directly to JHU.
  • Use various payment methods that range from bank transfer, credit cards, e-payment, and more for most countries and territories.
  • Receive favorable foreign exchange rates and avoid unnecessary bank fees.
  • Track your payment until it reaches JHU.
  • Avoid the delays of a traditional wire transfer caused by manual posting or lack of reference information to direct the payment to your account.
How to Make an International Payment
  1. Log into SIS Self-Service.
  2. On the Billing tab, select Summary.
  3. Under Payment Methods, choose the link for Flywire or Convera.

For more information on Third Party Payers—organizations that sponsor all or part of a student’s tuition, including domestic or foreign companies, foreign embassies, and state/federal government agencies (including the military and VA)—please visit the Third Party Payments page.

Note: A reimbursement is not considered a third party payment. A family member or friend is not considered a third party payer for this purpose. JHU does not accept contracts with third party payers that require grade/transcript review before payment or other conditions.

For more information, visit the tuition remission section of the Johns Hopkins benefits site.

Homewood graduate students completing a final degree during the first eight weeks of the fall semester or the first four weeks of the spring semester will generate a tuition reimbursement for that semester to whatever entity covered the cost—the student, the department, the advisor, etc. This applies only to students for whom completion of a master’s project, master’s essay, master’s journal submission, or doctoral thesis is the sole remaining degree requirement at the start of the final semester. (NOTE: If a student completes a Tuition Deferral Form indicating an expectation to complete the degree within a specific grace period, no payment is required to register for that semester. If the grace period deadline is not met, however, that semester’s tuition charge will be added to the student’s account.)

If you are a student at SAIS Europe, please visit the business office website and click the SAIS Europe Payment Information tab to learn more about payment options.