Cost – EEI

  • Explore Engineering Innovation (Online)

    Tuition and Fees

    • Application Fee: $85 due when the online application is submitted.
    • Tuition for 2023: $3,3500
    • EEI Lab Kit for 2022: $325  (shipping to addresses in the contiguous US is included in this fee) (2023 cost TBD)
      • International Shipping Fee:  Based on cost to ship lab kits to addresses outside of the contiguous United States.  This can be as high as $500.

    An outside vendor ships lab kits for all Engineering Innovation courses offered online. Please note that the lab kit fee covers the cost of the shipping within the contiguous United States. Additional charges will be applied to shipments beyond the contiguous United States; these charges can be up to $500. Please click here to see shipping costs for summer 2021 as a guide.

    Students outside the United States are also responsible for taxes, tariffs or duties that are charged by customs to clear the package in addition to international shipping fees.

    Once a lab kit has been shipped by our vendor, we are not able to issue a refund. Please check your email for updates regarding shipping dates.

    Full program payment is due by the student’s enrollment deadline.


    Explore Engineering Innovation (In-Person)

    Tuition and Fees – for all students

    • Application Fee: $85 due when the online application is submitted.
    • Tuition for 2023: $3,350

    Other Fees


    • JHU Homewood Residential for 2023: $3,350 (tuition) + $4900 (residential fees) estimated
    • JHU Homewood Commuter: $3200 (tuition) + $230 (lunch fees)

     

    Full program payment is due by the student’s enrollment deadline.

  • Refund Policy

    Explore Engineering Innovation Residential Program Fees and Commuter Lunch Fees Fees are non-refundable.

    No Lab Fee refunds will be issued after the lab kits have been shipped by our supplier.

    No refund will be granted to students suspended or dismissed for disciplinary reasons.  The Engineering Innovation program reserves the right to dismiss a student whose academic standing or general conduct is considered unsatisfactory.

    To withdraw from the program Engineering Innovation, our office must receive a written statement of withdrawal from the student’s parent or guardian. This notice can be emailed to [email protected] or mailed to our office.

    Explore Engineering Innovation (Online)

    Week Refund Schedule Summer 2022 Deadline
    At least one week before final application deadline 90% tuition May 13
    At least three weeks before the first day of class 75% tuition June 6
    By the end of the first week of class 50% tuition July 3
    After the first week of class No refund

    Explore Engineering Innovation (In-Person)

    Week Refund Schedule Summer 2022 Deadline
    At least one week before final application deadline 90% tuition May 13
    At least three weeks before the first day of class 75% tuition June 14
    By the end of the first week of class 50% tuition July 10
    After the first week of class No refund
  • Scholarship Opportunities

    Need-based scholarships for commuter students

    Thanks to the generous support of our sponsors, limited need-based financial assistance is available for partial and full scholarships for students in commuter and online courses.

    Priority is given to

      • Students attending Baltimore City Public Schools
      • Students residing in the United States
      • Students with diverse backgrounds and experiences.

    We are not able to offer scholarships for the residential programs.

    The application for financial assistance is included as an option within the online application. Supporting documents, typically the parents’ W2s and 1040s, must be submitted either online during the application or emailed to [email protected].

     

    Summer internship opportunity for Baltimore City Public School students

    Students who attend Baltimore City Public Schools are eligible to apply to the Johns Hopkins Summer Jobs – YouthWorks Program. The YouthWorks application opens on January 17, 2022, and the deadline is February 18, 2022. Please visit our Johns Hopkins Summer Jobs Program Partnership page for more information.

    Johns Hopkins Tuition Remission Plan

    The Johns Hopkins Tuition Remission Plan may be used to cover tuition fees only.  Johns Hopkins University employees should contact Human Resources to determine whether they are eligible for the benefit and complete the Dependent Child Tuition Remission Benefit Application.  Please submit an online form to SEAM.jhu.edu and upload the completed Tuition Remission Form to have it credited to the student’s account.

     

    Scholarships for residents of Carroll County, MD

    The Carroll County (MD) Benevolent & Protective Order of the Elks offers need- and merit-based grants for residents of Carroll County (MD) to attend Engineering Innovation. Applicants may be students of public or private schools in Carroll County or another school district.

    The complete application (online application, application fee, teacher recommendation, financial documents, and official transcript) must be received by February 12, 2021, for consideration for this grant.

    When completing the online application, please indicate that you are applying for financial aid on the Parent Student Agreement section of the application. Please follow these instructions to indicate that you would like to apply for this grant.

    Scholarships for students who attend Frederick County (MD) Public Schools

    Students who attend Frederick County (MD) Public Schools and enroll as commuter students at the Hood College location will receive a scholarship to cover the $230 lunch fee.

    Third-party scholarship providers

    Below are other scholarship opportunities for Engineering Innovation offered through outside organizations:

    • Pasadena City College Math Science Upward Bound (MSUB)
    • ACE Mentoring
    • Minds Matter
    • Noble Network
    • Schuler Scholars
    • Jack Kent Cooke Foundation
    • Success Academy

    Students must be enrolled in these programs prior to applying for Explore Engineering Innovation.

 

EI students testing their spaghetti bridge.
EI student discussing the mousetrap project.
EI students with their spaghetti bridge.
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