Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education hopes to keep in-state tuition freeze

If the system receives the state funding increase it requested, tuition will stay frozen for the seventh consecutive year. The ongoing rate has been $7,716 per year.

Are Penn State cuts a preview of higher education divide?

Stung by double-­digit enrollment losses, Penn State University’s 20 branch campuses and their students are about to lose 10% of their faculty and staff to buyouts starting this month.

‘It was gaslighting’: Students upset over Pittsburgh Technical College closure

For months, college leaders said Pittsburgh Technical College had no plans to close, even as financial and enrollment woes mounted, as employees and board members left, and even as the school’s accrediting body warned PTC’s days might be numbered.

Point Park University extends offer to students as Philadelphia college closes

The urgent calls and emails to Point Park University started within hours of the abrupt announcement that a venerable arts campus in Philadelphia would close within a week, leaving hundreds of students suddenly without fall college plans.

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