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Smith to offer Md. tuition-free college plan next legislative session (access required)

As proposals to make Maryland’s public colleges and universities tuition-free make their way through the Democratic primary for Maryland governor, one state senator plans to introduce legislation next year to create a framework that would make that goal a reality. ...

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In Big 10 endowment competition, Maryland comes in last (access required)

The University of Maryland has won 25 Big Ten Conference regular season and tournament athletic titles since joining the conference prior to the 2014-15 academic year. But while the Terrapins have performed well on the playing field, the university lags ...

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Johns Hopkins to offer more need-based aid in 2017-18 (access required)

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 ...

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Higher education commission to increase awareness of tuition assistance programs

The Maryland Higher Education Commission and Lt. Gov. Boyd Rutherford announced a campaign to encourage students to seek financial assistance from the state. The $350,000 campaign will target high school students, adult learners, senior citizens and veterans. “Having a college ...

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