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The Higher Education Act of 1965, as amended in 2008, includes many student disclosures and reporting requirements by universities. These requirements include statistics and/or information on the following subjects:

  1. Retention and graduation rates;
  2. Financial assistance available to students and requirements and restrictions imposed on Title IV aid;
  3. Crime statistics on campus;
  4. Athletic program participation rates and financial support; and
  5. Other institutional information including: the cost of attendance, accreditation and academic program data, facilities and services available to disabled students, and withdrawal and refund policies.

If you have any questions, please contact Kyley Sommer, Director of Student Affairs, by phone at 667-208-6700 or via email at ksommer@jhu.edu.

General Institutional Information

Admissions and Institutional Information Contact

Contact information for assistance in obtaining institutional information

Admissions Office site

For Help in Obtaining Financial Aid Information

Contact information for assistance in obtaining financial aid information

Financial Aid Office site

Academic Programs

Programs of Study

Description of Programs and Program Requirements:

Instructional Facilities

The Faculty

Student Body Diversity for Peabody Conservatory

Diversity Statistics
2017-2018 Academic Year Graduate Undergraduate Total
Male 45% 53% 48%
Female 55% 47% 52%
US Citizen 60% 69% 64%
Permanent Resident 3% 3% 3%
Non-Resident Alien 37% 28% 33%
Hispanic 7% 5% 6%
American Indian or Alaska Native 0% 0% 0%
Asian 44% 38% 41%
Black or African American 2% 4% 3%
Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander 0.3% 0% 0.2%
White 36% 43% 39%
Two or More Races 3% 7% 5%
Unknown 8% 3% 6%
Pell Grant Recipients 0% 12% 12%

Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA)

Peabody Release of Education Record Form

Services/Facilities Available to Students With Disabilities

Disability Resources at Peabody

State Licensing and Accrediting Authorities

Peabody Accreditation

http://web.jhu.edu/administration/provost/programs_services/accreditation/university

http://web.jhu.edu/administration/provost/programs_services/accreditation/state_authorization

Textbook Information

Information regarding textbooks can be found by visiting the bookstore website for Peabody.

JOHNS HOPKINS BOOKSTORE

Transfer of Credit Policy

Withdrawal Procedures

Tuition Refund Policy

Tuition Refund Schedule for Withdrawals 2017-2018

Withdrawal Date                                      Refund

Fall Semester 2017

Before 08/31/17                                             100% less $100 administrative cost

08/31/17 – 09/10/17                                       90% less $100 administrative cost

09/11/17 – 09/26/17                                       50% less $100 administrative cost

09/27/17 – 10/17/17                                       25% less $100 administrative cost

After 10/17/17                                                   No refund

                                                                                                                                   

Spring Semester 2018

Before 1/17/18                                             100% less $100 administrative cost

01/17/18 – 01/29/18                                      90% less $100 administrative cost

01/30/18 – 02/19/18                                      50% less $100 administrative cost

02/20/18 – 03/16/18                                      25% less $100 administrative cost

After 03/16/18                                                  No refund

Students withdrawing after classes have begun are liable for that portion of their tuition that has not been canceled. Requests to withdraw from the Peabody Institute must be made in writing, via the Office of Academic Affairs, and will not become effective until confirmed by the Associate Dean for Academic Affairs.

Residence Hall Refund Schedule For Withdrawals 2017-2018

Before October 23 (fall) and March 19 (spring) Fees prorated proportionately
After October 23 (fall) and March 19 (spring) No refund

Study Abroad Program Information

Graduate/Professional Programs that Peabody BM Graduates Enroll In

Graduate and professional education information was provided by the Bachelor of Music (BM) students who graduated in May 2017. Of the 64 students who responded from an exit survey administered in May 2017, 56% (36 students) stated that they will be enrolled in a full-time graduate or professional school in the fall of 2017.  Moreover, 59% of those students attending graduate school indicated that they would be enrolled in a Master of Music, Master of Arts, Graduate Performance Diploma, or Artist Diploma in Performance; Conducting program; or Composition program.  Further, 2% indicated they would be enrolled in a Master of Music or Master of Arts in Music Theory, Musicology, or Music Education program; and 9% indicated they would be enrolled in graduate studies program in another subject.

Student Financial Assistance Information

Student Financial Aid Assistance Available and Eligibility Information

Cost of Attendance

Student Rights and Responsibilities

Student employment information

Federal Student Loan Exit Counseling 

Student Loan Information

Peabody’s Net Price Calculator

Summary of Requirements for Return of Federal Grants or Loans

Federal Return of Title IV Aid Policy

Financial Aid Satisfactory Academic Progress Standards

Using Pell Grant to Purchase Books/Supplies

Financial Aid Code of Conduct

http://www.jhu.edu/news_info/policy/finaid_code.html

Student Outcomes

Retention Rates for 1st Time, Full-Time Undergraduate Students at the Peabody Conservatory

Retention Rates

 

Cohort

Fall 2008

Fall 2009

Fall 2010

Fall 2011

Fall 2012

Fall 2013

Fall 2014 Fall 2015 Fall 2016 Fall 2017
1st-time, full-time, undergraduate

82

84

84

78

61

72

56 70 57 78
Returning as Sophomores

94%

89%

87%

90%

89%

92%

 93% 93% 93%
Returning as Juniors

87%

83%

80%

86%

89%

79%  86% 73%
Returning as Seniors

79%

 78%

73%

 84%

69%

72%

 75%

Completion/Graduate Rates for 1st Time, Full-Time Undergraduate Students at the Peabody Conservatory

Fall 2011 Cohort

6 Year Graduation Rate

5 Year Graduation Rate

4 Year Graduation Rate

Female

86%

80%

73%

Male

67%

61%

52%

American Indian or Alaska Native

Asian

94%

86%

78%

Black or African American

Hispanic

0%

0%

0%

White

65%

59%

53%

Foreign

93%

89%

78%

Other

50%

50%

38%

Pell/Subsidized Loan Recipient

76%

65%

65%

Non Pell/Sub DL Recipient

79%

71%

57%

Overall

78%

71%

64%

 

Placement Rates

Employment information was collected in an exit survey from the graduating class of 2017 for the Bachelor of Music (BM) degree. Of the BM students who graduated in May 2017, 26% of those surveyed indicated that they will be employed full-time in a music related field in the fall of 2017, and 8% indicated they would be employed full-time in a non-music related field. Moreover, 21% indicated that they will be employed on a part-time basis in a music related field in the fall of 2017, and 5% will be employed part-time in a non-music related field.