HARRISBURG – For a third consecutive year, the Board of Governors for PA’s State System of Higher Education are freezing basic in-state tuition, affirming their commitment to keeping public higher education at its 14 universities affordable for students during the ongoing pandemic. The Board’s unanimous vote keeps basic in-state tuition for undergraduate students in the 2021-22 academic year at $7,716. Also remaining the same will be the System’s technology fee for students, which stands at $478 for the academic year. In other action, the Board voted unanimously to approve a statement regarding its commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion.