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Date Posted: 08:52:03 02/25/03 Tue
Author: MacDog
Subject: Loyola Recieves State Aid because...
In reply to: Lou 's message, "Re: No $$$ to buy out Hicks... NEWS" on 08:18:33 02/25/03 Tue

The institution is there benefiting Maryland. They have been purchasing land in and aorund Cold Spring Lane and improving the area, sot hey recieve state aid as a kind of reward. If they did not recieve state aid, it would be almost like ending the school, because then it would be akin to the state saying 'no, we don't want you here, no growth or expansion.'

In addition, the state makes it cheaper for Maryland residents to attend Loyola.

There are probably a hundred other htings state aid does for private schools. They have to apply and be given a grant, I believe.


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