The university decided that it will not fund the group's proposal.
The bill's supporters assert the university system has failed HBCUs in the past.
Employees making more than $150,000 will see their salaries reduced.
The system acknowledged that “nearly every source” of its revenue will fall in the coming year.
The conversation was co-moderated by The Diamondback.
“[Students] need the campus environment as much as they need our courses.”
The coronavirus pandemic may make it difficult for applicants to complete the exams, according to a fact sheet from the Office of Undergraduate Admissions.
Returning international students will now be able to retain their visa status come fall, even if all their classes are held virtually, as was the case in March when campuses began to close due to the coronavirus.
Maryland is joining 16 other states and the District of Columbia in the lawsuit.