Our district office will reopen on September 13, 2021 BY APPOINTMENT ONLY. Call 215-879-7777 to schedule an appointment or click below to request an appointment online.
When coming to the office for your appointment, please bring proof of vaccination status, wear a mask (if you do not have one, one will be provided to you) and make sure no more than two people are in your party.
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Senator Hughes will host a Paper Shredding event on Saturday, November 13 from 10 am - 1pm at the Parkwest Town Center located at 1500 N. 50th St (Enter from Parkside Avenue onto 50th Street into Lowes Parking Lot). What to Bring: All documents you no longer need that contain personal information including Social Security, credit card, and bank account numbers. Also bring credit card statements and applications, bank statements, cancelled checks, income tax forms, insurance records, medical and retirement/pension…Find out more »
One of the most troubling challenges facing many students and families across Pennsylvania is the high cost of education. This is often such a high hurdle that many students simply forgo a college education and are prevented from acquiring the skills necessary to gain better positions with higher wages.
The education gap caused by a lack of access to college or advanced education is, for many low-and-middle income students, the one faction preventing them from gaining traction in the workplace. In our increasingly complex and high-tech economy, it is essential that we make, then fulfill, the promise to Pennsylvania students: YOU will have access to a high-quality education without the burdens of crippling debt.
That’s what the Pennsylvania Promise is all about. The Pennsylvania Promise is available to students with family incomes of $110,000 or less. It provides for grants of at least $1,000 per year for community college students for two years and a minimum of $2,500 per year for four years to Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education Schools and state related institutions.
The program also provides $50 million for adults in families whose incomes are less than $110,000 to acquire up to four years of postsecondary credit.
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