HARRISBURG, Pa. (WHTM) — For the ninth year in a row, Harrisburg University of Science and Technology announced the freezing of their tuition for the 2021-2022 academic year for both undergraduate and graduate students.
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The undergraduate will remain at $23,900 for the full year and graduate tuition will stay at $800 per credit.
The goal of freezing tuition, according to the press release, is to continue to increase access to post-secondary science, technology, engineering and math fields to all students.
“The pursuit of a college degree can be financially challenging and our decision to hold the line on college tuition for current or new students is a decidedly bold move in a climate where higher education costs continue to increase,” President Eric Darr said.
To date, the university has more than 6,000 students from 102 countries enrolled.