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Johns Hopkins Institutes of Public Health

Registration, Credits, Tuition, Fees and Cancellation Policies


Registration opens for the 2020-2021 Winter Institute on October 1, 2020.  The registration deadline is December 30, 2020.  

JHSPH Degree Students

Non-degree Students and Non-credit Students

Academic Credit, Not-for-Credit, Pass/Fail

Students wishing to take courses in the Winter Institute must decide the format in which they wish to take the courses:

Please refer to the course descriptions for the credit value of each course.  Courses taken not-for-credit may not be retroactively converted to academic credit after the add/drop period.

Changing Registration:

Students may add, drop, or make changes to a grade system for a course as per the following schedule.  A course can neither be added nor the grade system changed after the stated deadlines.  Any drops will be processed as withdrawals and there will be no tuition refund.

Course DurationAdd/Drop Deadline
1-3 day courses

Prior to first class

Add/drop from 7am to 12pm on the first day of class only

4-5 day courses

Prior to the second class

Add/drop from 7am to 11:59pm

6-9 day courses

Prior to third class

Add/drop during the first two days of classes from 7am to 11:59pm

10-14 day courses

Prior to the fourth class

Add/drop during the first three days of classes from 7am to 11:59pm

Degree seeking students and certificate students may add or drop courses during the add/drop period via SIS Self Service.  

Special Students Limited must use the add/drop form that can be downloaded online by clicking here

Tuition and Fees

Tuition for the 2020-2021 Winter Institute is $1,197 per credit for academic credit and $599 per credit for non-credit.

As mentioned, the deadline for application is December 30, 2020. 

Special students and non-credit students must pay in full at the time of registration. Statements for Winter Institute tuition for newly admitted MPH and continuing students will be posted electronically and available to view in SIS in mid- January 2021.

Payment for Winter Institute courses is due in January 2021. Financial assistance is not available for the 2021 Winter Institute.  Full-time students in JHSPH academic degree programs must pay for enrollments in Institute courses separately, and in addition to their full-time tuition.  Tuition rates are displayed on the JHSPH tuition and fees page; full-time students enrolling in 11 or fewer credits will pay per credit; students enrolling in 12 or more credits will pay a flat rate. 

Tuition Remission

Registrants financed by agencies such as the World Health Organization or the U.S. Federal Government must submit purchase orders or contract documents with their application.  Employees of Johns Hopkins University who wish to use tuition remission should visit the Tuition Remission section of the JHU Benefits site for appropriate application forms.  The Johns Hopkins tuition remission does not cover the cost of books/materials. 

Cancellation Policies

The Winter Institute reserves the right to cancel a course due to low enrollment, in which event the full enrollment fee for the course will be refunded.