Throughout 2022, families across Maryland grappled with an error in the state’s prepaid college fund that left hundreds of account holders unable to access the benefits of their savings accounts.
To be more considerate, FAFSA needs to consider family circumstances in their calculations
Selectivity isn't UMD's virtue. That's why we have to reform the Freshmen Connection program.
The department hopes to have the changes fully implemented by the 2024-2025 academic year, but some changes will be implemented in phases before then.
The Terrapin Commitment program aims to cover tuition and fees for Pell eligible, in-state students who are enrolled full-time at the university.
Current laws harm financial aid prospects for RAs, and they must be changed.
Scholarships will give Asian students more opportunity to pursue different professions.
Private schools must stop exploiting their poorer students
College comes with a big price tag. Here's a breakdown of different types of financial aid and some tips to help you along the way.
Applications for aid close Aug. 1.