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Course Change & Refund Timelines

Course Change Timeline

Deposits

Students must pay the program deposit (amount varies by program) before they can enroll in any courses. Program deposits are not refundable.

Add/Drop

To add, drop, withdraw, or otherwise change enrollment status, students must submit a written request via email to . Please include the student’s full name and all relevant course titles and course numbers in your request. You will then be contacted with a confirmation of your change once it occurs. Please consult the timeline for more information.

JHU Undergraduates

JHU Undergraduate students will add/drop via SIS and do not need to email Summer Programs. However, please note that JHU Undergraduate Students also follow our refund policy and may be subject to cancelation fees. Please read our policy below regarding refunds and course cancelation fees.

Billing

Pre-college and visiting undergraduate applicants should pay the application fee and the program deposit through their JHU Summer Programs application. All remaining program expenses are billed directly to students by the University’s Student Accounts office. Students may view and pay remaining balances through SIS. Payment is due upon receipt. If program fees are not paid in full at least 10 days before the start of the program, you may be unenrolled from the program.

Refunds

Program90% Refund75% Refund50% RefundNo Refund
Summer Term I
Including 5 Week Online Course
May 28- May 31June 1-June 5June 6-June10June 11 or after
Summer Term II
Including 5 Week Online Course
July 1-July 4July 5- July 9July 10- July 14July 15 or after
10 Week Online CoursesMay 28- June 2June 3-June 8June 9-June 14June 15 or after
8 Week Online Courses
June 10- June 14June 15-June 20June 21-June 26June 27 or after
Summer Academy I
May 27-June 2June 3-June 9June 10-June 16June 17 or after
Summer Academy IIJune 10-June 16June 17-June 23June 24-June 30July 1 or after
Summer Academy IIIJune 24- June 30July 1-July 7July 8-July 14July 15 or after

If the university cancels a course without indicating an alternate course option, a full tuition refund is granted. No refunds are granted for travel expenses, room and board, and program fees.

To request a refund after the no-refund dates in the table above, please complete the Refund Appeal Request form and email it to us at summer@jhu.edu. When filing the refund appeal, please include any documentation that might support your claim. Johns Hopkins University considers refund appeals case by case, and may deny any refund appeal.   

Students who are dismissed or suspended are not granted refunds of any kind.

SUMMER INTENSIVE

Withdraw Policy

Students who withdraw will not receive their non-refundable deposit. Students should withdraw by the dates below. Otherwise, they will be responsible for the total program costs.

Summer Intensive I: Last day to withdraw
Summer Intensive II: Last day to withdraw
Summer Intensive III: Last day to withdraw

 

JHU Summer Programs Course Cancellation Policy

Courses that do not meet minimum enrollment requirements are subject to cancellation. Course enrollments are reviewed approximately four weeks prior to the start dates, and cancellations are generally made at that time. Program staff will make every effort to notify affected students of cancellations at least four weeks before the start of the course. However, Johns Hopkins University reserves the right to cancel courses at any time leading up to, and including, the first week of classes.

ProgramTarget Cancellation Date
Summer Term ITuesday, April 30, 2019
Summer Term IIMonday, June 10, 2019
Summer Intensive, Session ITuesday, May 28, 2019
Summer Intensive, Session II
Monday, June 10, 2019
Summer Intensive,Session IIIMonday, June 24, 2019
Summer Academy, Session I
Tuesday, May 28, 2019
Summer Academy, Session IIMonday, June 10, 2019
Summer Academy, Session IIIMonday, June 24, 2019
Summer InstituteTuesday, May 28, 2019
When courses are canceled, our staff will advise pre-college students and visiting undergraduates of suitable alternative course options. Current JHU students should consult their academic advisor.

After these dates, the full cost of the program is due whether attending or not.

If a course is canceled and no alternative program is desired, the deposit is refunded. No refunds are granted for travel expenses and fees.

Students who are dismissed or suspended are not granted refunds. No refunds are granted for travel expenses, room, board, and program fees.