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UMUC Offers New Scholarship

UMUC Completion Scholarship:  Under a new scholarship program funded by University of Maryland University College (UMUC), a bachelor's degree in any of the university's undergraduate programs, including in-demand fields such as cybersecurity, business, health care, and public safety, is now even more affordable and attainable for Maryland's community college graduates.

The UMUC Completion Scholarship will reduce tuition and fees for recipients from $273 per credit to an average of $199.  The total cost of a bachelor's degree (including the cost of the associate's degree) for UMUC Completion Scholarship will be about $20,000.

"Community college graduates are a solid investment because they have already invested in themselves," said Javier Miyares, president of UMUC.  "The new UMUC Completion Scholarship provides a well-deserved incentive to keep going and earn a four-year degree that will pay even greater dividends in the future-whether that is a new job, a promotion, or a whole new career."

The $199 tuition rate for scholarship recipients is guaranteed for up to 60 credits toward a bachelor's degree and for up to four years after entering UMUC.


"Once again, the State of Maryland is leading the way in offering high-quality, affordable higher education options that meet employer demands for the 21st century workforce," said Maryland Governor Martin O'Malley.  "Together, with our highly-regarded community colleges and UMUC's innovative leadership, we will continue to expand opportunity and ensure Maryland students are not only able to compete nationally, but globally as well."

In addition to the financial support, UMUC Completion Scholars will be able to take advantage of a comprehensive advising program.  Advisors will work with each student to develop a plan and guide them through the journey toward completion of their bachelor's degree.

"The UMUC Completion Scholarship will open even more doors of opportunities to students," said William E. "Brit" Kirwan, chancellor of the University System of Maryland (USM).  "The program will build on UMUC's successful partnerships with Maryland's community colleges and help USM meet its commitment to increasing the number of Marylanders who earn degrees and are ready to meet workforce demands."

For more information about the UMUC Completion Scholarship and for details about how to apply, visit www.umuc.edu/complete.