At the Community College of Baltimore County, 85% of students attend school without paying tuition, but that could change because of proposed cutbacks in Gov. Wes Moore’s budget. CCBC President Sandra Kurtinitis said a proposed cut to the state funding of community colleges may force her 48,531-student institution to roll back one of its biggest aid programs, an offer of free tuition to any student whose family makes less than $150,000 a year.
‘Sucker punch’: Md. community colleges face millions in budget cuts
February 2, 2024