MARYLAND - Students looking to attend college in the state of Maryland will be shelling out more in tuition. The University System of Maryland's Board of Regents approved tuition and fee hikes of 2.4%, Wednesday.
But there's an exception, in-state tuition will increase by 6% at Salisbury University. That price comes out to about $336 for the year. WMDT spoke with Betty Crockett, Vice President of Administration and Finance at SU, she tells us that money will be used within the university's community. "The structural adjustment portion really is going to be dedicated toward, as it has been over the past several years, to Financial Aid, primarily for the needy students," she said.
As for out-of-state students, they will pay that same dollar amount of $336 per year, however for them, that is only 2.4%.