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Monday, September 18

The state Senate Rules Committee will meet today to examine the $2.2 billion revenue package passed by the House last week with a vote of 103-91.

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Monday, September 11

President Trump plans to end DACA, and Governor Wolf announces "It's on Us" legislation.

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Monday, July 10

While the General Assembly passed a $32 billion budget prior to the June 30 deadline, a state revenue package is still undetermined.

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Monday, July 3

The final budget for FY 2017-18 fully restores Institutional Assistance Grants, thanks to vigorous advocacy of private college and university presidents, administrators, and students.

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Monday, June 26

The maximum PHEAA grant for the upcoming academic year will be $4,318 per student, which is $60 less than last year's maximum grant.

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Faces of Student Aid from AICUP Video Services on Vimeo.

Students at private nonprofit colleges and universities in Pennsylvania share their stories about the value of student aid--from their colleges, PHEAA, and the federal government.

Upcoming Events

Unrelated Business Income Tax Matters, Including Reporting Obligations Webinar (Schneider Downs)

Thursday, September 21 @ 12 p.m. 


AICUP Title IX Coordinator & Investigator Training

Monday, September 25 to Thursday, September 28 @ Thiel College.


Doing More with Less: Solutions for Managing Facilities on a Limited Budget Webinar (Sightlines)

Thursday, September 28 @ 1 p.m.


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September 17, 2017

Wilkes University President Patrick F. Leahy makes the case that college rankings don't adequately consider the profile of students that each institution chooses to serve.

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September 16, 2017

"...Our increased spirit of cooperation is providing additional value to our students – what we in higher education call the private good – and to our communities in the form of an educated and committed graduate who is ready to play a positive role in our collective and shared future – or the public good," writes Misericordia University President Thomas J. Botzman.

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September 7, 2017

In both his State of the University address and New Student Convocation, Alvernia University President Thomas Flynn stressed a simple bottom-line message: "Universities should be open to wide-ranging political views and perspectives. But, we must unite in unequivocally condemning racism and other forms of bigotry as Just Plain Wrong."

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September 6, 2017

Franklin & Marshall College President Dan Porterfield likes to remind students that they have the ability to create the education they seek. "Students have to choose learning; they have to go deep in their education to seek impactful discoveries they won’t forget." he writes.

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August 29, 2017

Tom Foley, president of Mount Aloysius College and chair of the AICUP Board of Directors writes: "Our community can be proud that in these uncertain times many colleges in our region — through commitments to critical thinking, emphasis on service and civic engagement and the wisdom shared by multiple invited speakers — are meeting their responsibility by providing these lessons necessary to democratic life."

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