A four-year degree at Johns Hopkins University costs $222,000, but the hefty price tag may be worth it.
That's according to the 2013 College Education ROI Rankings, produced by PayScale. Going to the school offers students – and their parents — a 6.2 percent return on their investment. Johns Hopkins ranked No. 53 on the list
. The salary and career website compared the median pay of a college's graduates versus students who only possessed a high school degree.
Also on the list were several other Maryland schools: Loyola University, Maryland; University of Maryland, College Park; University of Maryland, Baltimore County; Notre Dame of Maryland University; Towson University; and, the Maryland Institute College of Art.