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As fall expenses loom, student shares ways to save

APSCUF believes quality, affordable higher education should be available to everyone in Pennsylvania. By supporting endeavors such as the Pennsylvania Promise, we’re working for students as well as the faculty and coaches we represent. With college affordability and...

Let’s fund Pennsylvania Promise through a severance tax

As I prepare to enter my junior year at Clarion University, my passion for funding higher education in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania has never been higher. I believe we should invest in public higher education to reach a solution that works for students, faculty,...

APSCUF welcomes faculty intern from West Chester University

West Chester University Professor Victoria Tischio, right, discusses membership with Chabria Thomas, State APSCUF's director of organizing, during Tischio's APSCUF faculty internship in Harrisburg. Photo/Kathryn Morton We are delighted to have West Chester University...

Social solidarity

State APSCUF staff members stand with our union. Photo/Kathryn Morton After the Supreme Court ruled against public-sector unions, we stand together in the post-Janus world. We remain APSCUF proud. If you don't already, now is a critical time to take an...

APSCUF president: ‘We will stand up for ourselves’

"The judiciary … has no influence over either the sword or the purse; no direction either of the strength or of the wealth of the society; and can take no active resolution whatever. It may truly be said to have neither FORCE nor WILL, but merely judgment; and must...

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