PASSHE ratifies contract with SCUPA
HARRISBURG — The Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education’s Board of Governors ratified a new four-year agreement with the State College and University Professional Association Thursday. The SCUPA membership voted in December in favor of the agreement, which runs through June 30, 2015.
SCUPA represents approximately 600 admissions, financial aid, residence life and other student support services officers on the 14 PASSHE campuses.
PASSHE now has final agreements with six of its eight bargaining units. A tentative agreement with the union that represents athletic coaches also has been reached and is awaiting ratification. Only the Association of Pennsylvania State College and University Faculty, the bargaining unit representing PASSHE faculty, has yet to reach a new agreement with the state system. Those negotiations are continuing.