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The .6 million investment in new institutional grant and scholarship resources is a 7.62% increase over the FY19 budget.
“Affordability and access for Maine students have been top priorities for Chancellor Page, the campus presidents and the Board of Trustees over the last seven years,” said Trevor Hustus, of Hollis, Maine, “As the Student Trustee on the Board, I am pleased that the university budget will add another .6 million to grants and scholarships.
The changing trends in financial aid resources and awards is producing a financial aid savings of .70 per-credit-hour-produced by the University of Maine System (.84 in gift aid increase and a .86 loan savings).
Over the course of a 120-credit hour degree, the financial aid savings is ,324.
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Noah arrived in Fort Fairfield in August of 2007 with his wife, Lovina, and their eleven children in tow.
of Maine’s public universities provided 23,948 learners with an average financial aid award of ,096, an all-time-high across the System.
“I am the first member of my family to go to college and my parents and I are so appreciative of the support I have received.
Hatton will earn her biology degree from the University of Maine on May 11 and is the Maine’s universities are able to provide free tuition and fee attendance for 4,077 Maine students because of the work done across the campuses and with state partners to close the gap between college costs and available aid resources.
The University of Maine System is a founding partner of University leaders are preparing to invest another .6 million in grant and scholarship aid for the upcoming academic year making .2 million available to reduce student expense and debt.
Portland, Maine — Chancellor James Page and the Presidents of Maine’s public universities announced today that 4,077 Maine students are attending University of Maine System institutions this spring free of tuition and fee expense.
The number of Maine students whose tuition and fee obligations were completely covered with grant and scholarship aid represents nearly one-in-four (24.4%) of the 16,718 Maine undergraduates enrolled this semester.