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PASSHE Freezes Tuition and Technology Fees at State System Schools for Another Year

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Students attending college at a state system school will pay a little over eight thousand dollars in tuition and technology fees next year – the same as they did this year. WITF’s Sam Dunklau has more on the decision to keep those rates the same.

Read the full story at: https://www.witf.org/2022/04/14/no-tuition-increase-for-pennsylvanias-state-owned-universities/

(Original air-date: 4/18/22)

Sam Dunklau is the Capitol Bureau Chief for WITF. He previously covered Illinois state government for NPR member station WUIS in Springfield, IL.