The Daily Record
May 17, 2017
As tuition rises, Johns Hopkins University will offer its largest aid package in the school’s history, increasing total student aid by 9 percent to $99 million.
The increase comes as part of what the university calls a commitment to meeting a student’s full financial need.
The money the school makes available for aid can be fluid, depending on the need of the student population, said Tom McDermott, the university’s director of financial aid.
“We do an assessment of every admitted student,” he said. “[We] determine what we feel a family can afford to pay.”