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Charles Patrick, Lori Omatick, Jodi Santella Hardy, and Joe Hardy

Fundraiser nets nearly $200,000 in scholarship funds for Penn State Fayette

Penn State Fayette, The Eberly Campus raised approximately $197,000 for scholarships at the inaugural Benefit Fayette, held on Saturday, Oct. 15. The evening’s highlight was the announcement of a $100,000 gift from Nemacolin Woodlands Resort and 84 Lumber founder Joe Hardy in honor of his wife, Jodi, a 1998 nursing graduate of the Fayette campus.

Tamia Johnson

Penn State’s 2+2 plan makes life easier for Greene County sophomore

Fayette offers diversity, acceptance, and an opportunity to start and finish at different campuses.
Daniel Sparks

From well pad to Washington

Army veteran finds new opportunities at Fayette campus.
William Guseman (right) mentors first-year student David D’Antonio. Both participated in this summer’s PaSSS program, which provides financial and educational support to students, helping them to graduate on time.

Summer program at Fayette campus helps students get head start on college

The University instituted PaSSS in order to provide financial and educational support to students, while at the same time helping them to graduate on time.
Mary Budinsky working with the NSO students.

Daylong programs orient students to Fayette campus and Penn State

Entire campus gets involved in effort to help new students.
Pedro Tavarez Jr.

Performer, athlete, scholar: Student at Fayette campus seems to do it all

From athletics to acting, life at Penn State Fayette, The Eberly Campus is a stage for Pedro Tavarez Jr., a second-year Honors Program student. The criminal justice major, who dreams of becoming an FBI agent, has made his presence known around campus by participating in a variety of clubs and activities.

Williams Family

The Williamses keep it in the family at Fayette campus

When Nursing graduate Caitlyn Williams ascended the stage at Penn State Fayette, The Eberly Campus to accept her diploma this spring, her parents and brother were in the audience watching proudly. But unlike the other families around them, the three Williamses knew just how Caitlyn felt because each had participated in a commencement at the Fayette campus.

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