HCC officials say there may be a tuition increase in the fall

HAGERSTOWN, Md. - Officials at Hagerstown Community College say that the tuition is likely to increase this fall.

According to officials, the tuition may increase by two percent, but that will not be finalized until the spring. The current tuition is $117 per credit hour for Washington County residents and $183 for out of county residents. HCC is asking for a 1.6 percent increase from the state.

Maryland governor Larry Hogan did inform community college presidents in the state would be rewarded with an increase of nearly one percent if tuition increases are no higher than two percent. 


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