By EKATERINA SAVELYEVA
With fourteen students, two board members, and six UMW administrators in attendance, President Paino went over the projections for the UMW budget next year and took questions about tuition and fees for the following year, and the budgetary considerations they are connected to.
By HANNAH ROTHWELL
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.
By MILEN MEHARI
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.
By EMILY HOLLINGSWORTH
An increase in tuition rates for in-state and out-of-state students at the University of Mary Washington among other expenses is projected to take place at the beginning of the 2016-2017 fiscal year, according to an announcement made by Paul Messplay, executive director of budget financial analysis and Rick Pearce, vice president for administration and finance.
By HOPE RACINE
The University of Mary Washington has again received national recognition for its academics and affordability, ranking as one of the Princeton Review’s top “Colleges That Pay You Back.”
The list, published on Feb. 3, features colleges that have notable academics, are affordable and provide a large number of career aspects for their graduates. The rating scale used to recognize the schools focused on how well each university offered a “return on education.”
By THE BLUE & GRAY PRESS EDITORIAL BOARD
Last week, The Blue & Gray Press reported on the University of Mary Washington’s planned cuts in response to the Virginia state government’s $880 million budget shortfall. All other higher education institutions in Virginia have implemented similar cuts in response to lower than expected state funds.
By AMELIA LORD
Increased tuition, student fees and room and board costs will result in a 3.8 percent total cost increase for undergraduate students in the 2013-2014 academic year at the University of Mary Washington.
By COLLEEN HUBER
President Barack Obama proposed a plan to help lower the cost of public college tuition in his State of the Union address in January, planning to reduce funding to those schools that continue to increase tuition.
The University of Mary Washington’s Board of Visitors met on Nov. 17 to discuss present and future plans for the university. One of the items on the agenda for Friday morning was the forthcoming honors program.
The presentation, led by …
Tuition, fees, room and board rates will increase for the 2011-2012 academic year for the University of Mary Washington, the Board of Visitors announced May 6.
Full-time, in-state students can expect an 8.8 percent rate increase bringing …
By ANDREA FORCUM Staff Writer
Each year students transfer into the University of Mary Washington and unwittingly lose credit hours, or do not get them transferred as major credit, but rather as elective credits.
On the UMW website it states …
Facing a wave of student opposition to proposed tuition increases, the Hurley administration plans to scale back the tuition increase it will seek for the next school year.
In October, Hurley said that UMW could face tuition increases of …
President Rick Hurley approached members of UMW’s Student Senate in a forum where he defended the planned tuition hike, addressing many students’ objections.
He opened his speech with the statement that no decision has been made yet regarding tuition.
By VALERIE LAPOINTE Assistant News Editor
In a forum open to the entire student body, President Hurley and Board of Visitor member, Xavier Richardson, addressed the Student Senate to discuss the details of the proposed tuition hikes. Hurley made it …
BY OLIVIA SNIDER
Though the tuition increase for this year is higher than it has been for Mary Washington in the past, it is still lower than at many other universities in the Commonwealth of Virginia.
“The overall driver for …
When the University of Mary Washington Board of Visitors approved a mid-year tuition increase on Nov. 20, most students were not aware of the change. “I had no idea that that was happening, until someone brought it up,” senior Ashley …
This Friday, the Board of Visitors will be deciding on a proposed mid-year $100 tuition increase, according to the Free Lance-Star. If passed, the increase will be effective next semester. UMW is the only Virginia public university considering a mid-year …
Paying tuition online with credit cards through EaglePAY, UMW’s online payment system, is convenient. With the click of the mouse, payment is immediately verified and visible on the computer screen. There is no trip to the cashier’s window in Lee …