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Hearings on the Tuition Relief Act

Seal of the Pennsylvania House of Representatives
The Pennsylvania Community College System is among the most expensive in the state, yet also one of the most accessible ways for adults to earn the additional education they need.

The Governor's budget proposes a new plan, The Tuition Relief Act, that would fund students attending state-run universities and community colleges, allowing them to earn the education they need without incurring unmanageable college debt.

To support the Tuition Relief Act

1. Visit the website
2. Sign the online petition
3. Join the Facebook group
4. Attend a hearing on the Tuition Relief Act

Kutztown Hearing:
Subject: House Gaming Oversight Committee Hearing on the Tuition Relief Act
Date: Thursday, May 14th
Time: 10 AM (please arrive early to reserve a seat; the hearing will last most of the day, and there will be a break for lunch)
Location: Multipurpose Room #218, McFarland Student Union building, Kutztown University
(Directions and Campus Map with Parking Information)

Harrisburg Hearing:
Subject: House Gaming Oversight Committee Hearing on the Tuition Relief Act
Date: Thursday, May 21st
Time: 10 AM (please arrive by 9:30 AM to go through security; the hearing will last most of the day, and there will be a break for lunch)
Location: Room G50, Irvis Office – South Office Building
(Directions to the capitol: Enter through the public entrance at the South Office Building)

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