March 8, 2019
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
For more information, contact:
Kathryn Morton, kmorton@apscuf.org or 717-236-7486

Students, faculty, and coaches who believe higher education should be affordable can make their voices heard at the Pennsylvania Promise rally, slated to begin 11 a.m. Wednesday, March 27, at the Pennsylvania Capitol in Harrisburg.

Complimentary transportation for students, faculty members, and coaches is available through the Association of Pennsylvania State College and University Faculties, the union of faculty and coaches at Pennsylvania’s State System of Higher Education schools. For information about rides to the rally, contact your university’s APSCUF chapter.

APSCUF is a proud supporter of Pennsylvania Promise, a plan to make college affordable in the Commonwealth. Pennsylvania legislators already have introduced Pennsylvania Promise bills in the House and Senate. Learn more about Pennsylvania Promise – Higher Ed and the bills at PApromise.org. Additional statistics are in this Pennsylvania Promise fact sheet.

The rally also will focus on student debt, and APSCUF supports legislation that eases the burden of student debt.

Pennsylvania Promise is on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

For assistance in locating local sources for your coverage, contact Kathryn Morton, APSCUF communications director, at  kmorton@apscuf.org or 717-236-7486.