By: KDKA-TV News Staff
HARRISBURG (KDKA) – Three universities in the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education could merge into a single school soon.READ MORE: OCA Pittsburgh And UPMC Team Up To Help Get The Asian-American Community Vaccinated
California University of Pennsylvania, Clarion University, and Edinboro University are the schools that could be combined, the board voted yesterday.READ MORE: Pittsburgh Ballet Theater Preparing To Begin Open Air Performances
The stated goal for merging these schools is to make the state system more stable financially.
The next step is the universities working on how they would form a single university with the same leadership, faculty, and budget.MORE NEWS: Fire Destroys Spaghetti & Steakhouse Restaurant In Murrysville
It’s expected to be a long process and wouldn’t take effect until at least the fall of 2022.