Thaddeus Stevens College Announces Tuition Freeze
Thaddeus Stevens College of Technology announced plans today to freeze tuition for the 2021 – 2022 academic year, which starts Fall, 2021. The freeze was approved by the College Board of Trustees at the March 2, 2021 meeting.
“Our students and their families are continuing to feel the pressures of the pandemic,” said Thaddeus Stevens College President, Pedro A Rivera. “By its very mission, Thaddeus Stevens College addresses economic barriers to accessing a college degree and commits to breaking down these roadblocks. A tuition freeze is one more step we can take to help ease the challenges our students have had to deal with this past year.”
The College will also waive activity fees for academic year 2021 – 2022.
Thaddeus Stevens College offers students affordable access to higher education. Median student loan debt for the class of 2019 was $9,661. Students who are Pell-eligible qualify for the Stevens Grant, which can cover completely, or significantly reduce, the cost of tuition, room and board, textbooks, and tools.