HOUSE OF DELEGATES

DEFUNCT LEGISLATIVE COMMITTEES, COMMISSIONS, TASK FORCES, & WORK GROUPS

SPECIAL COMMITTEE ON HIGHER EDUCATION AFFORDABILITY & ACCESSIBILITY


Appointed by House Speaker:
Adrienne A. Jones, Chair (410) 841-3391, (301) 858-3391
Norman H. Conway, Vice-Chair (410) 841-3425, (301) 858-3425

Staff: Jo Ann Bryan; Rachel H. Hise; W. Kevin Hughes (410) 946-5530, (301) 970-5530

In October 2003, the House Speaker formed the Special Committee on Higher Education Affordability and Accessibility. The Committee will examine Maryland's higher education system and formulate a plan for the system's future structure and funding. The goal is to maintain a competitive higher education system that produces a high quality workforce, but also remains affordable and accessible to students of middle- and low-income families

The Committee submitted its report to the House Speaker on February 12, 2004.

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