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February 13 2020
10:00 am

Gov. Wolf to Discuss Combatting College Debt with Nellie Bly Scholarship Program

Sykes Student Union (Lower-Level), 110 W. Rosedale Avenue, West Chester, PA 19383

Governor Wolf will visit West Chester University to discuss how the Nellie Bly Scholarship Program would help thousands of lower- and middle-class students attend one of the 14 universities in the state system, while lessening the effects of student loan debt.

February 12 2020
11:15 am

Gov. Wolf to Kick-Off Tour for Historic Scholarship Program

Lock Haven University, Parsons Union Building (PUB), 10 Susquehanna Ave, Lock Haven, PA 17745

Governor Wolf will join Lock Haven University President Robert Pignatello and students for a news conference to discuss his proposed Nellie Bly Scholarship Program to help thousands of lower- and middle-class students attend one of the 14 universities in the state system.

February 11 2020
5:15 pm

Gov. Wolf to Participate in Black History Month Reception

Pennsylvania State Museum, 300 North St, Harrisburg, PA 17120

Governor Wolf will offer remarks during a multi-agency celebration of Black History Month.

February 6 2020
1:15 pm

Gov. Wolf to Join Roundtable Discussion on College Affordability with High School Students

McLaughlin Education Center, Springfield High School, 111 W. Leamy Ave, Springfield, PA 19064

Governor Tom Wolf will join a group of high school students, staff and parents in a conversation about the challenges that come with rising college costs. In his 2020-21 budget, the governor proposed the Nellie Bly Scholarship Program to assist students pursuing a degree at a PASSHE school with the cost of tuition.

February 6 2020
11:15 am

Gov. Wolf to Discuss College Costs at Riverside High School

Riverside High School, 310 Davis Street, Taylor, PA 18517

Governor Tom Wolf will participate in a roundtable discussion with school leaders and students to discuss the challenges of college affordability and the realities of student loan debt. The governor proposed the Nellie Bly Scholarship Program in his 2020-21 budget, which would assist students pursuing a degree at a PASSHE school with the cost of tuition.