RUTHERFORD, NJ - Felician University officials have announced that they are freezing tuition rates for the 2020-2021 academic year. The move, which will apply to all new and currency students, comes in response to the hardships everyone is facing as a result of the COVID-19 public health crisis.

“We know times are tough right now, and we anticipate even greater needs for our students in the Fall,” Felician President Anne Prisco said. “We want to support them in every way we can.” 

While both of Felician University’s campuses have remained closed since March, the semester has continued with synchronous online learning, and Felician student services are all available remotely. 

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“Our students are our first priority,” Prisco explained. “At Felician we look to fulfill our mission of bringing each of our students to their highest potential while instilling the Felician Franciscan values that set us apart.”

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