By: KDKA-TV News Staff
HARRISBURG (KDKA) – Students at Pennsylvania’s state-owned universities will not be paying higher tuition next year.READ MORE: College Students Across Western Pennsylvania Celebrate Commencement In Person
The Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education’s board voted to freeze tuition rates for the third straight year.READ MORE: 100 Years Of The Double Dip: Kennywood Reopens And Celebrates Milestone For The Jack Rabbit
In-state undergraduate students will continue to pay around $7,700.
Meanwhile, PASSHE is continuing to move forward with plans to merge several schools, with California University of Pennsylvania, Clarion University, and Edinboro University all merging into one university.MORE NEWS: First Week Of Landmark Trial Against Opioid Distributors In West Virginia Comes To An End
The board plans to take a vote on that plan later this month.