The Board met on Nov. 2 at 8:30 via remote technology for a brief meeting.
The State System and its universities are committed to cultivating diverse, equitable, and inclusive environments that allow all members of the State System community to thrive.
State System universities deliver value to students by providing opportunities for upward economic and social mobility.
System Redesign provides a roadmap for universities and the System to address financial and operational changes so students have access to affordable public higher education.
To address Pennsylvania’s talent shortage in industries critical to communities, to open doors of opportunity for thousands of low- and middle-income students of all ages, and to strengthen the state’s workforce and economy, the Board of Governors is requesting the state provide an inflationary funding increase and a targeted investment to educate students for careers in high-demand fields.
Building on a fourth consecutive year of freezing tuition and fueled by a historic funding increase in state-owned universities, the Board of Governors launched the next and most impactful phase of its System Redesign.
The BSGP is a unified board of all PASSHE student government presidents that exchange ideas, discuss common issues and interests, and serve the interests of students.
Meet the students
Chancellor Greenstein took office as the fifth chancellor on Sept. 4, 2018. He serves as chief executive officer of the State System.
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A 20-member Board is responsible for planning and coordinating development and operation of the State System.
The Faculty Council engages in strategic conversations about issues that affect the State System and its universities in areas such as academics, budget and planning, and, ultimately, student success.
Each of the State System’s historic campuses provide unique, high-quality educational experiences while continuing to be among the most affordable higher education options in Pennsylvania.