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Take a moment to advocate for affordable college and less student debt

  We'd planned to post today about an April rally in support of Gov. Tom Wolf's Nellie Bly Scholarship program, proposed in his 2020–21 budget. Wolf’s plan would provide scholarships to Pennsylvania’s State System of Higher Education students and help graduates...

Coaches counted: Members say ‘yes’ to new agreement

Members of APSCUF’s nominations-and-elections committee, assisted by staff, open contract-ratification ballots Feb. 6 at the Radisson Hotel Harrisburg near Camp Hill. Clockwise from bottom left are committee members Cassandra Reyes of West Chester University, Julie...

APSCUF talks higher ed after governor’s budget address

Sean Crampsie, APSCUF's director of government relations, caught up with legislators after today's Pennsylvania gubernatorial budget address. Watch the videos below for reactions to Gov. Tom Wolf's higher-ed-heavy proposal. "I think one of those big issues that...

Welcome, Katie Jeffries

  Today we welcomed Katie Jeffries, State APSCUF's new executive assistant to the president. She's arrived just in time for next week's legislative assembly.

With signatures, faculty contract continues path to printer

  APSCUF and Pennsylvania's State System of Higher Education negotiators today signed the 2019–23 faculty collective bargaining agreement. Signing in the above photo are APSCUF President Dr. Kenneth M. Mash, left, and State System Board of Governors Chair Cynthia...

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