Harrisburg University Freezes Undergrad Tuition for Fourth Straight Year

Harrisburg University of Science and Technology President Eric Darr today announced that the University is keeping its annual undergraduate tuition frozen at $23,900 for 2016-2017. This marks the fourth straight year the university has kept its tuition frozen.

“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. When compared to other private colleges in Pennsylvania, Harrisburg University stands out as an affordable choice for a quality education,” says Darr. “While Harrisburg University is expanding its enrollment, we are committed to holding the line and keeping education affordable.”

HU simplifies the scholarship process and awards scholarships on this straightforward basis: $23,900 for a 3.8 high school GPA, $10,000 for a 3.3 GPA, $8,000 for a 3.0 GPA, and $6,000 for a 2.7 GPA. Graduates from any Dauphin County, Montgomery County, Delaware County or York County School District, Harrisburg School District, Carlisle School District, Reading School District, Baltimore School District, Washington D.C. School District or Philadelphia School District may quality for a full-tuition scholarship. Recent graduates of Harrisburg Area Community College and other community colleges can qualify for full-tuition scholarships. Other transfer students can earn scholarships ranging from $8,000 to full-tuition for their grades.

Accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education, Harrisburg University is a private university offering bachelor-of-science and graduate degree programs in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) fields. For more information on the University’s affordable demand-driven undergraduate and graduate programs, call 717.901.5146 or email, Connect@HarrisburgU.edu