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Friday, June 14, 2013

University System of Maryland Board of Regents Votes To Raise Tuition

Students at this university can expect to see their tuition bill go up following a May 15 Board of Regents vote.

The University System of Maryland board approved a plan to raise tuition and fees across the system. The effects of the increase will vary from school to school, but most will see about a 3 percent increase.

For in-state students at this university, the change means about a 3 percent, or $253, increase in tuition. Out-of-state students will see an increase of about 3.9 percent, or $1,060, and graduate students will see their bills increase about 4 percent.

At some other system schools, the increase may be even higher — Salisbury University received permission from the system to increase tuition and fees 6 percent.


1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Um what we paying taxes for and illegals tution ?