Students enrolling in the Health Manpower Shortage
or other statewide programs as out-of-county students are eligible to receive
tuition reduction to in-county rates. The
Annotated Code of Maryland, Education Article Section 17-310, permits
state residents to enroll in programs out of their county of residence
and pay only the tuition and fees payable by a resident of that county,
if the resident’s home county does not have a similar major.
To remain eligible, students must be enrolled in credit courses that are
required for approved statewide programs. Failure to comply with this
requirement may result in an outstanding tuition differential balance at
out-of-county rates. In addition:
Students must verify their programs of study with the Records and
Registration office at the time of registration.
During the billing period, tuition will be adjusted for students whose
majors are statewide programs.
When tuition is due at time of registration, students must inform the
Bursar that they are enrolled in statewide programs.
Students who drop classes during the 50 percent refund period become
responsible for 50 percent of the out-of-county tuition charge.
In addition to the Health Manpower Shortage programs, the following are
Computer Graphics and Visual Communication
Environmental Science and
Health and Fitness Studies
Occupational Safety and Health
Recreation, Parks and Leisure Studies