Lincoln University students to lead march to Harrisburg due to funding freeze

Four universities in the state of Pennsylvania are waiting on hundreds of millions of dollars in funding for this fiscal year.

Three months into the school year, Lincoln University is on a funding freeze, but students have a plan to hold lawmakers accountable.

The hold-up in Harrisburg is preventing $19 million from coming down the pipeline for Lincoln this fiscal year.

Temple University, Penn State University and the University of Pittsburgh are also waiting on a combined $623 million dollars that was proposed in a bill to restore and increase funding for state-related universities.

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