The students cite Miller's racist and homophobic remarks in their request for removal.
The support would allow USM to limit the rise of in-state tuition to 2 percent.
The aim of the campaign was to increase vaccine credibility and participation.
The bill would allow a union representing multiple institutions to negotiate a “master agreement” with the system.
Some are focused on renaming Francis Scott Key Hall, Charles Hall, Calvert Hall and Eppley Recreation Center.
The changes will be held to a vote with the full Board of Regents.
“We’re happy and eager to have discussions," the system's chancellor said.
The bill's supporters assert the university system has failed HBCUs in the past.
The system acknowledged that “nearly every source” of its revenue will fall in the coming year.
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