Governor Hogan To Sign Bill That Covers Tuition At Community Colleges For Qualifying Residents

by MCS Staff

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Governor Larry Hogan plans to sign a bill later this week that will cover tuition at community colleges for qualifying in-state residents.

The bill will create a $15 million program that will provide scholarships (up to $5k) for students from families that earn less than $125k a year or single adults earning less than $90k a year.

Also necessary to qualify, students must:

• Enroll in a community college in Maryland within two years of graduating high school/obtaining a GED.
• Have a High School GPA of at least a 2.3
• Sign up for at least 12 credit hours


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