Faculty members at all 14 state-owned universities are on the picket lines for a second day after a strike began 5 a.m. Wednesday, Oct. 19. Click here to read this morning's press release, including information about the most recent bargaining session and the State System's proposal.
APSCUF will announce when it schedules a next negotiations session.
APSCUF members are heading to the picket lines after negotiators waited through the night for Pennsylvania’s State System of Higher Education to return to the bargaining table.
Click here to read more about the strike.
APSCUF negotiators are reviewing the State System’s last best offer. APSCUF remains at the table. We’re still ready to talk. Could Chancellor Frank Brogan not stay up past his bedtime to defend quality public higher education?
Click here to read APSCUF's release, which is being updated as the situation evolves.
Olivia Carducci of East Stroudsburg University addresses the Board of Governors Oct. 6.
Faculty members expressed their concerns about the State System's contract proposals when they addressed the Board of Governors Oct. 6. Members were at Dixon University Center as part of last week's rally, which drew more than 500 faculty members, students, and other union supporters to march in solidarity for a fair contract. Click here to watch excerpts from faculty statements and here to send your own comments to the BOG.
Click here for a roundup of rally photos and videos on social media.