Music: The Preparatory awards partial scholarships based on talent, potential and need. Our funding for scholarships is limited so we have policies and criteria in place to determine who is eligible. For the most up to date information about requirements and deadlines, please visit our scholarships page.
Dance: Some scholarship assistance, for both continuing and new enrollees with previous experience, may be available for ballet and contemporary dance students taking a full schedule of classes. Current students, who are observed on an ongoing basis, need not audition, but must indicate the intent to apply for scholarship assistance by contacting the artistic director early in the previous season. Scholarship auditions for new enrollees will be announced or by scheduled appointment.
Full payment is required at the time of registration. The Peabody Preparatory offers several payment options to pay for tuition and fees. Credit card (VISA, MasterCard, Discover, American Express), e-check, check, JHU tuition remission, and cash are acceptable forms of payment. Please make checks payable to the Peabody Preparatory and mail to Peabody Preparatory, Attn.: Registrar, 21 E. Mount Vernon Place, Baltimore, MD 21202. Please include student’s name and SIS ID number in memo portion of the check. A monthly payment plan is also an option allowing you to defer your tuition by enrolling through TMS. Student accounts with outstanding balances leftover from a previous semester will not be allowed to register for upcoming semesters until the remaining balance is paid in full.
(Johns Hopkins University Employees)
Johns Hopkins University full-time employees and their families are eligible for tuition remission credit. The amount of tuition remission credit is dependent on the policies of the division in which the employee works and the type of instruction desired. Reductions are calculated based on total tuition due. Please be advised that registration, materials and activities fees are not included in the eligible portion of tuition remission and should be deducted from the amount included on the tuition remission form when submitted. The Preparatory reserves the right to adjust the employee’s tuition remission form to ensure the correct amount is properly reported. If the tuition remission does not cover the entire cost of tuition, the account holder or student is required to pay the remaining balance at the time of registration. Tuition remission forms will not be processed and applied to the student’s account until the remaining balance is paid in full. Visit the JHU Benefits website for additional information.