Pa. state universities freeze tuition for third consecutive year
For the third consecutive year, Pennsylvania’s 14 state-owned universities are holding the line on tuition.
The State System of Higher Education’s governing board voted unanimously to freeze tuition and the systemwide technology fee at the 2019-20 levels.
Despite the financial woes facing the state universities prompting some radical changes and pleas from university presidents for at least a 1% increase, the board’s decision will mean students will pay the same amount in tuition next fall as upperclassmen paid this year and last year.
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