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Goucher College is not raising tuition next year

Goucher President José Antonio Bowen. (File)

Amid mounting concerns about student debt, Goucher College — for the first time in its history — is not raising tuition for the upcoming school year. “We couldn’t do nothing, so this is the first step and it’s partly an ...

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Buying a car? A home? Fed rate hike shouldn’t matter much

Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen's Washington news conference is shown on a television screen on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange, Wednesday, Dec. 16, 2015. The Fed's move to lift its key rate by a quarter-point to a range of 0.25 percent to 0.5 percent ends an extraordinary seven-year period of near-zero rates that began at the depths of the 2008 financial crisis. (Richard Drew/AP)

WASHINGTON — For anyone considering whether to buy a home or car, the Federal Reserve’s interest rate increase Wednesday shouldn’t make much difference. The rates that most people pay for mortgages, auto loans or college tuition aren’t expected to jump ...

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Washington College to freeze tuition next year

CHESTERTOWN — Washington College will freeze tuition at its current rate next year. President Sheila Bair announced the freeze Monday as part of an effort to control the higher education costs and reducing the toll of student debt on families. ...

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JHU raises undergrad tuition 3.5 percent

Students walking on the Johns Hopkins Homewood campus in 2002. (File)

Tuition for undergraduate students at Johns Hopkins University’s Homewood campus will increase by 3.5 percent next year, but those students will have the benefit of an increase in financial aid. The more than 5,300 full-time undergrads studying engineering and the ...

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Regents OK lower tuition for some non-state students

William Kirwan

In an effort to attract new students and increase retention, three schools in the University System of Maryland will offer lower tuition rates to some out-of-state students. The system's Board of Regents unanimously approved Friday the creation of regional out-of-state tuition rates for Frostburg State University, University of Maryland Eastern Shore and USM Hagerstown. The rates will apply to students who live outside of Maryland but still relatively close to each school.

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