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By Monica Norton and Monica Norton,Staff Writer | February 26, 1993
Last year, the Anne Arundel Community College Board of Trustees, anticipating budget cuts, asked for less state money and only a small increase in county funds.Now, in hopes of an improved economy, the college has requested a bigger piece of the county's pie.The board of trustees adopted a proposed operating budget Wednesday night of $33.7 million for fiscal year 1994, a 10.8 percent increase over the current year's budget.The college is asking the state to fund $8.8 million, or 26.2 percent of the total.
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By Elaine Tassy and Elaine Tassy,SUN STAFF | February 25, 1998
The Anne Arundel Community College board of trustees unanimously approved yesterday a $46.2 million budget request for next year that would pay for nine new instructors and six technology experts.The budget increases spending 10.3 percent, or $4.3 million, over this year."The top priority for fiscal year 1999 is people -- we need more people," said Martha A. Smith, president of Anne Arundel Community College. "It is now time to bite the bullet and come forward. We are now at the point where we need to ask for new positions."
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By Greg Tasker and Greg Tasker,Staff Writer | February 18, 1993
ANNAPOLIS -- Del. Richard N. Dixon told Carroll officials yesterday he was "cautiously optimistic" that some state money could be found to close a budget gap at Carroll Community College."
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By Elaine Tassy and Elaine Tassy,Sun Staff | February 26, 1997
The Anne Arundel Community College Board of Trustees approved yesterday a $45.8 million budget proposal that seeks to develop more technology programs, improve public safety and give faculty members a raise -- all without raising tuition.The college's budget request was divided into two main parts: $41.6 million for day-to-day operations, including salaries, and $4.2 million for construction. The operating budget is a 6.8 percent increase from the 1996-1997 budget of $38.9 million.The budget request now goes to County Executive John G. Gary and then to the County Council.
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By Anne Haddad and Anne Haddad,Staff Writer | December 16, 1992
Carroll Community College won't know until at least February whether it will have to raise tuition or make other major changes to its 1994 budget proposal.That's also when college officials will hear whether the state will approve Carroll Community College for independence, an issue that is tied to the money question, Alan Schuman, director of administration, said yesterday.The $7.28 million budget the college submitted to its overseers relies on additional state money and does not raise tuition or ask the county for more money.
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By Elaine Tassy and Elaine Tassy,Sun Staff | February 26, 1997
The Anne Arundel Community College Board of Trustees approved yesterday a $45.8 million budget proposal that seeks to develop more technology programs, improve public safety and give faculty members a raise -- all without raising tuition.The college's budget request was divided into two main parts: $41.6 million for day-to-day operations, including salaries, and $4.2 million for construction. The operating budget is a 6.8 percent increase from the 1996-1997 budget of $38.9 million.The budget request now goes to County Executive John G. Gary and then to the County Council.
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By Elaine Tassy and Elaine Tassy,SUN STAFF | February 25, 1998
The Anne Arundel Community College board of trustees unanimously approved yesterday a $46.2 million budget request for next year that would pay for nine new instructors and six technology experts.The budget increases spending 10.3 percent, or $4.3 million, over this year."The top priority for fiscal year 1999 is people -- we need more people," said Martha A. Smith, president of Anne Arundel Community College. "It is now time to bite the bullet and come forward. We are now at the point where we need to ask for new positions."
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By Samuel Goldreich and Samuel Goldreich,Staff writer | October 6, 1991
Harford Community College students might face higher tuition next semester after Maryland's latest round of deficit-induced budget cuts.College officials scrambled last week to balance their books when the state Board of Public Works cut almost $1.5 million in aid Wednesday as part of Gov. William Donald Schaefer's $446 million budget reduction plan. The college was hit harder than any other county agency,losing 31 percent of its $4.6 million state support.HCC President Richard Pappas said he will advise the Board of Trustees Oct. 24 of plans to raise money and trim programs to make up for the sudden loss of 10 percent of the college's $14.6 million budget.
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By Monica Norton and Monica Norton,Staff writer | February 27, 1992
Anticipating more cuts from the state, the board of trustees of AnneArundel Community College has adopted a budget requesting 10.6 percent less in state funding and only 2.8 percent more from the county.Board members adopted a $31.1 million operating budget Tuesday night, $1.1 million above current spending levels."This is the most equitable budget we can present," board President Donald C. Roane said.Like many of the county's institutions, the community college was forced to cut $3.1 million this fiscal year when the state reduced its contribution in order to balance its budget.
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By Melody Simmons and Melody Simmons,Evening Sun Staff | May 28, 1991
The president of the New Community College of Baltimore says the school is experiencing growing pains as administrators set a course for the future.President James Tschechtelin has presented a report to the Maryland Higher Education Commission that includes an update the college's new programs and initiatives and the progress of building renovation work at the two campuses. The report also reveals that the college received $402,000 in private grants for academic improvements.NCCB was operated by the city until last July, when the state took control of the college.
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By Suzanne Loudermilk and Suzanne Loudermilk,Sun Staff Writer | June 26, 1994
The Harford Community College board of trustees approved an $18 million operating budget Thursday for fiscal 1995, which represents a 6.5 percent increase over last year.The $18,080,215 budget, which takes effect July 1, includes a 3 percent scale increase for all full-time, regularly budgeted positions and maintains tuition at the current level of $56 per credit hour. Tuition at the college has not changed since 1992.About 24 percent of the college's budget comes from the state, 39 percent from the county, and the remainder from tuition and fees.
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By Monica Norton and Monica Norton,Staff Writer | February 26, 1993
Last year, the Anne Arundel Community College Board of Trustees, anticipating budget cuts, asked for less state money and only a small increase in county funds.Now, in hopes of an improved economy, the college has requested a bigger piece of the county's pie.The board of trustees adopted a proposed operating budget Wednesday night of $33.7 million for fiscal year 1994, a 10.8 percent increase over the current year's budget.The college is asking the state to fund $8.8 million, or 26.2 percent of the total.
NEWS
By Greg Tasker and Greg Tasker,Staff Writer | February 18, 1993
ANNAPOLIS -- Del. Richard N. Dixon told Carroll officials yesterday he was "cautiously optimistic" that some state money could be found to close a budget gap at Carroll Community College."
NEWS
By Anne Haddad and Anne Haddad,Staff Writer | December 16, 1992
Carroll Community College won't know until at least February whether it will have to raise tuition or make other major changes to its 1994 budget proposal.That's also when college officials will hear whether the state will approve Carroll Community College for independence, an issue that is tied to the money question, Alan Schuman, director of administration, said yesterday.The $7.28 million budget the college submitted to its overseers relies on additional state money and does not raise tuition or ask the county for more money.
NEWS
By Monica Norton and Monica Norton,Staff writer | February 27, 1992
Anticipating more cuts from the state, the board of trustees of AnneArundel Community College has adopted a budget requesting 10.6 percent less in state funding and only 2.8 percent more from the county.Board members adopted a $31.1 million operating budget Tuesday night, $1.1 million above current spending levels."This is the most equitable budget we can present," board President Donald C. Roane said.Like many of the county's institutions, the community college was forced to cut $3.1 million this fiscal year when the state reduced its contribution in order to balance its budget.
NEWS
By Samuel Goldreich and Samuel Goldreich,Staff writer | October 6, 1991
Harford Community College students might face higher tuition next semester after Maryland's latest round of deficit-induced budget cuts.College officials scrambled last week to balance their books when the state Board of Public Works cut almost $1.5 million in aid Wednesday as part of Gov. William Donald Schaefer's $446 million budget reduction plan. The college was hit harder than any other county agency,losing 31 percent of its $4.6 million state support.HCC President Richard Pappas said he will advise the Board of Trustees Oct. 24 of plans to raise money and trim programs to make up for the sudden loss of 10 percent of the college's $14.6 million budget.
NEWS
By Suzanne Loudermilk and Suzanne Loudermilk,Sun Staff Writer | June 26, 1994
The Harford Community College board of trustees approved an $18 million operating budget Thursday for fiscal 1995, which represents a 6.5 percent increase over last year.The $18,080,215 budget, which takes effect July 1, includes a 3 percent scale increase for all full-time, regularly budgeted positions and maintains tuition at the current level of $56 per credit hour. Tuition at the college has not changed since 1992.About 24 percent of the college's budget comes from the state, 39 percent from the county, and the remainder from tuition and fees.
NEWS
By Greg Tasker and Greg Tasker,Staff writer | January 6, 1991
With a downturn in the economy, Carroll County Community College officials are bracing themselves for an upswing in student enrollment."When there is a recession, enrollment usually goes up," said FayePappalardo, CCC's director of students services. "It never seems to fail.Enrollment for the spring semester, which begins Feb. 4, is up about 45 percent from last year, she said. There are 155 more full-timestudents and 30l more part-time students registered for the spring semester than the previous year.
NEWS
By Melody Simmons and Melody Simmons,Evening Sun Staff | May 28, 1991
The president of the New Community College of Baltimore says the school is experiencing growing pains as administrators set a course for the future.President James Tschechtelin has presented a report to the Maryland Higher Education Commission that includes an update the college's new programs and initiatives and the progress of building renovation work at the two campuses. The report also reveals that the college received $402,000 in private grants for academic improvements.NCCB was operated by the city until last July, when the state took control of the college.
NEWS
By Greg Tasker and Greg Tasker,Staff writer | January 6, 1991
With a downturn in the economy, Carroll County Community College officials are bracing themselves for an upswing in student enrollment."When there is a recession, enrollment usually goes up," said FayePappalardo, CCC's director of students services. "It never seems to fail.Enrollment for the spring semester, which begins Feb. 4, is up about 45 percent from last year, she said. There are 155 more full-timestudents and 30l more part-time students registered for the spring semester than the previous year.
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