HARRISBURG (AP) – The Board of Governors of the PA State System of Higher Education is considering merging six of its 14 universities into two new institutions. A board vote on the plan is slated for today. A vote to proceed starts a 60-day public comment period. A final vote would be scheduled for this summer, with implementation in 2022. Chancellor Dan Greenstein warns that some system schools are not sustainable without a change. Under the plans, Bloomsburg, Mansfield, and Lock Haven Universities would merge, as would California, Clarion, and Edinboro. All six campuses would remain open with integrated faculty and curriculum.