HU keeps undergraduate tuition flat for a decade

Rampant inflation has been increasing the prices of everything, especially colleges. But Harrisburg University of Science and Technology has not increased undergraduate tuition in ten years.

Hallie Jacobs of CBS-21 recently interviewed Dr. Eric Darr, Harrisburg University president, on the University’s ability to keep tuition flat for a decade.  The segment is here:

Harrisburg University is committed to providing a strong private college education at a reasonable cost. That’s why every first-year undergraduate student is automatically considered for a university-funded scholarship of at least $11,000. Learn more about HU scholarships for undergraduate students here:

Helping young people realize their potential calls for private support to provide extraordinary learning opportunities and to keep our doors open to the best and brightest regardless of their financial means. Private support is the engine of opportunity that funds student scholarships and fellowships and strengthens student programs that provide a global perspective. For information on how you can support scholarships at HU, visit online at


Accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education, Harrisburg University is a private nonprofit university offering bachelor and graduate degree programs in science, technology, and math fields. For more information on the University’s affordable demand-driven undergraduate and graduate programs, call 717-901-5146 or email, Follow on Twitter (@HarrisburgU) and Facebook (

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