University integrations is intended to increase opportunities for students while ensuring our institutions are here to serve for decades to come. By bringing California, Clarion and Edinboro together in the West and Bloomsburg, Lock Haven and Mansfield​ together in the east we can: 

  • Expand program breadth while maintaining essential residential character at each campus  
  • Capitalize on existing strengths at all institutions; achieve more together than any one of them could do alone  
  • Invest in new areas to serve new students who need our help, growing enrollment, driving regional economic development  
  • Re-tool and strengthen supports for all students  
  • Reduce administrative costs investing savings in student success 

We want to hear from you! 

We invite you to read the plans and offer comments through any of the following opportunities: 

The State System values your input and has developed processes that ensure we consider every comment we receive.  Each week, the Integrations Teams evaluates all comments to identify potentially actionable recommendations that would be included in the final plan.  Every comment is being reviewed for how it might help inform the next update of the plans. While we welcome all comments, we specifically encourage you to share actionable suggestions that can help enhance the plans.​ The Board and the public will be updated at various intervals along the way regarding this analysis. Prior to the Board’s next vote, a report will be produced that outlines how the plans evolved based on the input received. ​

View Public Hearing​s 

The Board of Governors held public hearings to receive public comments regarding the proposed university integrations plans​​. While each hearing was designated for a particular plan, the Board welcomed comments on either or both plans at all sessions.

Submit your Public Comments

Online Form

Submit comments here​

U.S. Mail ​

Office of the Chancellor  ​

University Integrations Public Comment 

Dixon University Center  

2986 N. Second Street  

Harrisburg, PA 17110 



Notice of Public Comment Period 

In accordance with Act 50 of 2020, preliminary implementation plans are subject to a public comment period lasting 60 days, April 29 to June 30, 2021, including two public hearings. 

View Public Comment Received

We continue to receive and catalog public comments and will post them in at least two batches here. View batch one​, which includes emails and online comments received April 28-May 27. A second batch of comments will be uploaded later in the month.