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■ College Profile: UNIVERSITY OF MARY WASHINGTON Editor’s Note: This is a continuing series profi ling Virginia’s colleges and universities.


Students


Students from about 34 states and many foreign countries.


About 26 percent self- identified minorities.


About 56 percent live on campus in one of 17


residence halls or campus apartments.


327 enrolled in professional studies and graduate programs.


Graduation rate


The most recent graduation rate for UMW students is 70 percent.


Cost (2017-18 academic year)


Undergraduate tuition and fees for Virginia


residents total $12,128; for nonresidents, $27,374.


Room and board for all undergraduates costs approximately $11,000.


Each year, the university administers more than $57 million in financial assistance, including educational loans totaling $23 million, for students at the Fredericksburg and Stafford campuses.


The cost of graduate school for in-state residents is $555 per credit hour.


On the Web www.umw.edu


96 AUGUST 2017


Keeping pace with change


UMW equips students with new skills while developing more revenue streams


I by Robert Burke


t is not easy being a new college student, says Troy Paino, the president of University of Mary Washington.


“We’re living in this age of accelera-


tion,” he says. Technology is creating new careers and erasing others. “Change is so rapid … It is overwhelming in some respects, and it is overwhelming to the 18-year-olds who are arriving on our


campus.” In many ways, the same is true


for new college presidents like Paino, who arrived just a year ago, becoming UMW’s 10th


president in July 2016. He is charged with steering the school Photos by Mark Rhodes


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