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APSCUF hopeful about Pennsylvania’s new COVID-19 recommendations

The Association of Pennsylvania State College and University Faculties is encouraged by the new guidance released yesterday by the Pennsylvania Department of Education and the Pennsylvania Department of Health. We are happy to see the new recommendations that colleges...

Faculty cuts hurt students

Today is a somber, sad day. More than 100 of our faculty colleagues have learned they may lose their jobs at the end of this academic year. The students those faculty teach, advise and mentor will lose opportunities. But this is not over. We will keep fighting. Click...

Stay healthy this fall

Updated flu-shot information is posted on APSCUF's forms-and-benefits page. Highmark subscribers are eligible for up to two free masks. Click here and enter your ID (ONLY the numerical portion, not the preceding letters) to check your eligibility and to place an...

Assembly honors Benn, addresses threats

Retired East Stroudsburg University Distinguished Professor Dr. Allan Benn addresses legislative assembly Sept. 18. APSCUF members lauded his distinguished service, for which he was honored. Below: Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro speaks with delegates about...

Students: Ask your retrenchment questions Sept. 30

  Retrenchment (faculty layoffs) is a possibility at seven of our 14 State System universities. A smaller faculty means higher student/faculty ratios and possible program cuts. APSCUF is working diligently to find alternatives to these layoffs. Support and...

Let’s talk about the election

The 2020 election has enormous implications for public higher education in Pennsylvania. Join APSCUF for election-related informational events: MEMBERS-ONLY PRE- AND POST-ELECTION DISCUSSIONS: Sean Crampsie, State APSCUF director of government relations, will present...

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