Employees will also receive cost of living adjustments and merit-based raises.
Scholarships and fellowships are some of the initiatives Hogan wants to look into.
The bills were originally passed this year.
The universities hope to create a pipeline for underrepresented groups to reach leadership positions.
The increase will not include student workers and contractual workers who work at USM institutions.
Gov. Larry Hogan vetoed a bill earlier this year.
All three cases involve residents located in the Baltimore Metropolitan area.
The team is expected to resume full-scale construction of the light rail this spring.
The commission will give advice on issues of racial, ethnic, cultural or socioeconomic health disparities.
The states were the first in the nation to sign up to adopt digital IDs.