Tuition going up at Johns Hopkins Homewood campus

BALTIMORE (AP) – Tuition for liberal arts and engineering students at Johns Hopkins University will go up 3.5 percent this fall.

The Baltimore Sun reports that tuition for the 5,400 graduates in the Krieger School of Arts and Sciences and Whiting School of Engineering at the Homewood campus will go up $1,700 to $50,410 a year.

Room and board rates at the campus will also increase 3 percent this fall.

Tuition is also being raised 3.5 percent for student musicians studying at the Peabody Conservatory. Tuition for the 300 undergraduates in that program will go up by $1,491 to $44,122 this fall.

School officials say the school’s annual budget for financial aid will increase 5 percent to $88 million.

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