Pennsylvania state universities move forward with merger

By: | October 15, 2020

A transformation of the Pennsylvania’s state university system will continue to be explored with a look at “integrating” six universities into two separate institutions without any campus being closed.

The State System of Higher Education’s governing board affirmed the ongoing feasibility of integrating California, Clarion and Edinboro into one institution and Lock Haven, Mansfield and Bloomsburg into another one.

A financial review conducted since July of combining these universities determined it be a worthwhile pursuit, said system Chancellor Dan Greenstein.

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