Pennsylvania is just the latest state to come up with plans to merge several universities into a few.

The state’s plans, which were unanimously approved by the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education board of governors last week, calls for Bloomsburg, Mansfield and Lock Haven universities to merge into one school and Clarion, California and Edinboro universities to merge into another. The state system plans to keep all six campuses, but for each new school there will be a single administration, budget, unified faculty and student information system, according to Pennsylvania’s State System of Higher Education.

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