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The Blue & Gray Press | April 24, 2018

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President Paino presents proposed 2018-2019 budget

April 19, 2018 |

By HANNAH ROTHWELL

Staff Writer

On Wednesday, April 11 as a part of the “Can We Talk” student forums, President Paino presented his proposed budget for the 2018-2019 school year to gauge student reactions to proposed tuition increases.Read More

Students voice concerns over FERPA policy

April 12, 2018 |

By LAURA TAYLOR 

Staff Writer

In the past two years, the dean of the UMW College of Business has received 12 student complaints about their professors according to a Freedom of Information Act request.Read More

Predicted tuition increase causes worry for students

April 5, 2018 |

By MILEN MEHARI 

Staff Writer

Recently the University of Mary Washington released the 2018-2019 estimated cost of attendance on the Financial Aid website, and the prices have appeared to increase.Read More

Wasting MyTime: Student employee clocking service causes issues

September 29, 2016 |

By JESSE JONES

While away at college many students discover that they must find the balance between their schoolwork and free time. When it comes to having fun they must use it responsibly. Using their time responsibly can come in many forms such as doing homework and studying. However, for many students their free time is dedicated to working, in attempts to pay off their college tuition.Read More

Drop in college attendees can be attributed to lack of financial aid, online courses

December 3, 2015 |

By LAUREN TAYLOR

The next few years is expected to hold some changes in attendance for Virginia universities, according to a report by The Huffington Post and a projection detailed in The Richmond Times- Dispatch. The number of students enrolling in colleges may decrease, as is the number of students who complete their degree programs.
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UMW ranks as best “bang for your buck” according to Washington Monthly

September 10, 2015 |

By LYNSY SPROUSE

“We have historically been in the middle price range among the 16 public four-year colleges and universities in the commonwealth, and we track this every year because we don’t want to become one of the more expensive schools,” Provost Jonathan Levin said as the University of Mary Washington was ranked as the 16th best school in providing “the best value for ordinary, non-wealthy students,” out of 288 colleges and universities in the Southeast.Read More

Editorial: financial literacy should be more of a priority at UMW

April 8, 2015 |

By THE BLUE & GRAY PRESS STAFF

Regardless of the time in the semester or the season of the year, the University of Mary Washington campus is always buzzing with events, promotions and campaigns. University relations, student-run clubs and other organizations are always offering their services to UMW students.Read More

Loan Bill Passes; Students Face $3,000 Aid Increase

March 31, 2010 |

BY LINDLEY ESTES

The student aid bill, signed on Tuesday, March 30 by President Obama, marked the realization of two of the Obama administration’s primary goals: affordable education and health care reform.

House Democrats added the student aid legislation as … Read More