After rigorous evaluation and consideration, Johns Hopkins University released its Class of 2027 Regular Decision admissions results! This year 1,592 students were offered admission in the regular decision round.
Johns Hopkins reported their Regular Admission results for the Class of 2027. This prestigious university announced that 1,592 students earned admission.
"It's exciting to see how so many young people are thinking about the future and imagining themselves as agents of positive change," says Ellen Chow, Dean of Undergraduate Admissions.
These students will join the 533 students admitted during Early Decision I and 278 during Early Decision II to make up the university's next incoming undergraduate class. To increase your chances of getting into Johns Hopkins University, we recommend you apply early.
The university did not reveal how many total applications they received for the class of 2027. For the class of 2026, the competition was intense, and only 6.5% of the 37,150 early and regular decision round applicants received the coveted admissions letter. The incoming class came from 47 U.S. states, 39 countries, Washington, D.C., Puerto Rico, and Guam.
Accepted students performed above and beyond in many key areas during their high school years.
|Early Decision I||Early Decision II||Regular Decision||Total|
Only 2,408 students were accepted into the Johns Hopkins class of 2026, with 1,586 coming from the regular admissions round. Most top universities have reported a downward trend in admission rates in the last three years, likely due to the COVID-19 pandemic, optional standardized testing, and an uptick in the number of students applying to college. As one of the most competitive non-Ivy League schools in the country, Johns Hopkins is no exception. Its admission rates have also decreased.
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|Class of 2025||Class of 2026||Class of 2027|
|Total ED Applicants||Not available (520 admitted)||2,500||2,700 applicants|
|Total ED Admissions Rate||Not available||21%||19.7%|
The number of applicants to Johns Hopkins University grew significantly from 2020 to 2021. This growth is likely due to the pandemic and Johns Hopkins going test-optional. The Class of 2025 and 2026 had very similar application and acceptance numbers. The charts below show the early decision and regular decision application and acceptance numbers over the last three years.
Johns Hopkins received 37,150 applications for the Class of 2026. Of those applicants (including Early Decision I & II and Regular Decision), they accepted 2,408 students. The overall acceptance rate was 6.5%.
|Class of 2024||Class of 2025||Class of 2026||Class of 2027|
|Total First-Year Applicants||29,655||38,725||37,150||Not available|
|Overall Admission Rate||8.8%||6.4%||6.5%||Not Available|
Crimson students are getting into Johns Hopkins! As of today, we already have 11+ students reporting their regular round acceptance, with many, many more on the way! Congratulations to all the Crimson students accepted into the Johns Hopkins Class of 2027!
According to US News, Johns Hopkins University ranks #9 in the United States and is one of the most competitive and prestigious schools in the world. Most college admissions experts agree that the number of students applying to top universities will continue to grow, especially if schools continue making standardized testing optional.
Crimson Education helps thousands of students gain admission to their dream schools. Despite enormous applicant pools and low acceptance rates at top universities, Crimson’s acceptance numbers are increasing! This year, more than 200 of our students were accepted to top universities in the US in the early round alone. Here is a breakdown of Crimson’s early-round numbers.
If Johns Hopkins is your dream school, Crimson can help you get there! Our strategists include former Ivy League graduates who can help you put together a solid application that stands out from the crowd! Learn more about our Admissions Support program.