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Spring cleaning on forms-and-benefits page

Photo/Pexels.com After changes with the Pennsylvania Faculty Health and Welfare Fund, plus general housekeeping in the new year, we've tidied and updated our forms-and-benefits page. This repository of forms for health, dental, vision, and more never requires a login,...

HealthyU rolls out program changes

Photo/Pexels Healthy U is back online with Sharecare. On Feb. 1, 2019, Pennsylvania's State System of Higher Education released information about its revamped Healthy U wellness program. Employees and their enrolled spouses/domestic partners who create a Sharecare...

In solidarity with United Teachers Los Angeles

APSCUF stands in solidarity with United Teachers Los Angeles teachers who are on strike. Below is APSCUF President Dr. Kenneth M. Mash’s letter to the UTLA president. Jan. 22, 2019 Dear President Caputo-Pearl, On behalf of the more than 5,000 faculty and coach members...

Welcoming new organizers

Today we welcomed Robert Henninger, left, and Jonathan Dubow as APSCUF organizers. For the next six weeks, they will reach out to adjunct faculty and coaches at Shippensburg and West Chester universities.

In solidarity with AAUP-Wright State University faculty

APSCUF stands in solidarity with AAUP-Wright State University faculty, who, in response to a unilaterally imposed contract, have set a strike date of Jan. 22. Below is APSCUF President Dr. Kenneth M. Mash's letter to the Wright State University president. What can...

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