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Classes At Pa.’s state-owned universities will be mostly held online in fall, system approves building sales in cost-cutting move

“We still have a responsibility to provide a quality and affordable education for those students who are sticking with us.”

By Sam Dunklau

Back to school?

Pa.'s higher ed leaders weigh best approaches to fall reopening
By Russ Walker

Projected first-year college enrollment down in Pennsylvania

According to numbers released Thursday by the state’s higher education system, 17,277 students paid deposits this week compared to 17,583 during this period last year. That’s a decline of nearly 2%.

By The Associated Press

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State university system leader says cost of higher ed is driving enrollment decline

Decline is largest among students from families with less than $110,000 in annual income
By Ed Mahon

Two faces of Gov. Wolf’s budget speech

Humanizing gun violence and the cost of higher education
By Ed Mahon

State university leaders seek $100M to redesign system

The Philadelphia Inquirer reports the money will help the system develop the infrastructure for more shared services among its schools in order to reap both savings and new revenue.

By The Associated Press