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Johns Hopkins pays tuition even if worker’s child goes elsewhere

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Like employees of most universities, people who work for Johns Hopkins University (JHU) can earn a substantial subsidy to help their own kids enroll as students at the school.

But the Baltimore-based university takes that perk a step further: It still helps with tuition if a JHU child decides to attend a different university.

Most full-time employees who’ve worked for JHU for at least two consecutive years are eligible for up to $16,950 a year for their college-bound children’s tuition (half of the university’s tuition) no matter where they go.

Vocational and certificate programs don’t qualify for the grants, but study at overseas institutions does. The $12 million program helps pay tuition every year for approximately 1,100 children of university employees.

Contact: Amanda Wilson, educational assistance program manager, JHU, at acwilson@jhu.edu. 

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