Daniel Greenstein, the chancellor of the Pennsylvania System of Higher Education will be visiting Shippensburg University over Zoom on March 8, according to an email sent to SU students last week.
The open forum will be from noon to 1:30 p.m. and cover the PASSHE system redesign, the SU website said.
The redesign began in the 2017-18 academic year and has three phases according to PASSHE. PASSHE is currently in Phase 3 which includes university integrations.
Six state universities will be combined into two multi-location universities as part of the integration phase, the a PASSHE press release said.
Momentum is building toward successfully integrating the universities, Greenstein told the Board of Governors in a press release.
“The dedication and belief of so many colleagues — students, faculty, staff, alumni, trustees and so many more — is inspiring and propels us toward our ultimate purpose, which is to create integrated institutions that expand student opportunities and set the stage for enrollment growth,” Greenstein said.
Attendees can submit questions for the chancellor through a form at ship.edu/about/leadership/president/chancellor_visit/. Questions can be submitted until noon March 3 according to university officers.
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