As a university retiree, you are eligible for 100% tuition remission on credit courses, 80% on noncredit courses, and 25% remission on private instruction at the Peabody Institute. Your spouse, same sex domestic partner, and dependent children are eligible for 50% remission for credit and noncredit courses and 25% for private instruction at Peabody.
A maximum of $5,250 for tuition remission for credit courses per family is offered each calendar year for part-time study; the annual maximum for dependents is $2,625. Courses must be offered by one of the university’s academic divisions.
For more information, read all about JHU’s tuition remission program.
Two JHU programs for noncredit courses that we encourage our retirees to explore are:
Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at Johns Hopkins
You and your spouse or same-sex partner are invited to become members of the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at JHU, a program for retired and semiretired individuals pursuing intellectual enrichment and rewarding cultural and social opportunities.
Programs are offered at the Grace United Methodist Church in Baltimore, the Johns Hopkins Columbia Center, and the Montgomery County Center.
You are eligible to receive 50% remission for annual membership dues; your spouse/same-sex partner is eligible for 25% remission for annual dues.
For more than 30 years, the Krieger School of Arts and Sciences’ noncredit liberal arts program, Odyssey, has been the region’s partner for lifelong learning. JHU retirees receive 80% tuition remission for Odyssey classes, and spouses/same-sex domestic partners receive 50% tuition remission.
To receive tuition remission, you must complete a tuition remission form and submit it to Benefits & Worklife before registering.