Tough times for the state budget means college students in Maryland’s university system are about to pay more.
University of Maryland University College is aiming to boost enrollment with a tuition discount for out-of-state federal employees and their families.
College debt continues to climb. It’s a huge financial burden for students and their families. But now, a Maryland university launches a new, first of its kind program that could save students thousands of dollars.
Students at Maryland’s state universities will be paying a little more next school year.
Catholic University says a charitable foundation is pledging $4 million to its nursing school to fund scholarships for students pursuing nursing jobs in the Washington area.
The skyrocketing cost of college has been on hold statewide for the last few years. And Governor O’Malley’s proposed budget will keep it that way.
Gov. Martin O’Malley will be meeting with student leaders to discuss the importance of investing in higher education.
Dream Act supporters step up their campaign to gain voter approval of an immigrant tuition law.
Frederick Community College has approved a $47.7 million budget that includes tuition increases and employee pay raises.
Marylanders can vote on whether to allow undocumented students to attend college at in-state tuition rates.
The Board of Regents for Maryland’s university system has approved a 3 percent tuition increase for most in-state students.
Marylanders expect to vote on the question of tuition breaks for undocumented students in next year’s general election ballot. But a challenge to the petitions that put the law on referendum could change that.