Seventy-nine students at Maryland’s largest college, the University of Maryland, College Park, had their fall course registrations canceled due to failure to comply with the school’s COVID-19 vaccine requirements, according to a university spokesperson. The number accounts for less than 0.2% of the college’s student body, which was over 40,000 students in fall 2020. The […]
A college in southern Maryland has authorized a transfer agreement with a local community college, allowing graduates of the two-year program to complete their four-year degrees at the institution.
St. Mary’s College of Maryland announced it will reduce tuition for in-state students by more than $1,000, starting with the fall semester, as a result of $1.5 million in additional funding included in the new state budget for fiscal year 2015.
ST. MARY’S CITY — St. Mary’s College of Maryland has named a new interim president as it struggles to recover from its failure to enroll enough students for next year. Ian Newbould will serve as interim president for the upcoming academic year. Newbould has been a university president in the U.S., Canada and the United […]
State regulators may approve casinos' requests to stay open 24 hours a day later this week, but the casinos and industry experts are a little unsure of how much demand there will be for round-the-clock gambling.
ST. MARY’S CITY — A floating dorm that housed students at St. Mary’s College of Maryland for nearly two months has set sail. Students moved out of the Sea Voyager last week and will reclaim their old rooms in residence halls when they return to campus next month. They had been living on the ship […]