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APSCUF officers discuss per-credit tuition, state funding

After Indiana University of Pennsylvania announced last month that it proposes to end per-credit tuition, APSCUF leadership has discussed the plan in interviews and statements. "(IUP APSCUF) has argued that the per-credit tuition model for our in-state undergraduate...

Read APSCUF’s response to Gov. Tom Wolf’s budget proposal

“This proposal will change the landscape at our universities for current and future State System university students," APSCUF President Dr. Jamie Martin said about Gov. Tom Wolf's budget proposal, released today. Click here to learn more about the proposal and to read...

Happy holidays from APSCUF

  We wish you health and happiness this season and in the new year. The APSCUF office is closed for the holidays Dec. 24–31, 2021. Staff will be accessible again Monday, Jan. 3, 2022.

Students: APSCUF internship, scholarship programs open

    State APSCUF is accepting applications for its summer 2022 internship and scholarship. Information and forms for both are available at APSCUF.org/students. APSCUF offers a paid summer internship in government and public relations for undergraduates...

APSCUF president talks consolidation, funding, retirements

APSCUF President Dr. Jamie Martin discussed faculty retirements, consolidation and state funding on an episode of "Pennsylvania Newsmakers" recorded this month. “The solution is appropriate levels of funding for our students and for our universities," she told host...

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