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HCC considers raising tuition

March 02, 2005|by TARA REILLY

Hagerstown Community College is considering raising tuition for county, out-of-county and out-of-state students, President Guy Altieri said at Tuesday's Washington County Commissioners meeting.

Anna Barker, dean of administrative services, said after the meeting that the rate increase of approximately 3 percent would take effect next semester.

College officials have not yet taken the tuition hike request before the board of trustees, she said.

If approved, rates for Washington County residents would increase by $2 per credit hour, from $86 per credit hour to $88 per credit hour, Barker said.

Tuition for out-of-county students would rise from $138 per credit hour to $142 per credit hour, while rates for out-of-state students would increase from $181 per credit hour to $187 per credit hour.

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