This workshop will introduce students and family to the types of financial aid available, the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), important deadlines, and resources to finance a college education. Join us on March 16, 2021 at 6:00 p.m.
Join us as we engineer solutions and build a better future. Are you a problem-solver with a passion for shaping the world around you? Consider a career in the high-demand field of engineering—and discover how Penn State Fayette can get you started! Join us on March 17, 2021 at 4:00 p.m.
Are you considering a rewarding career in health care? During our virtual event, you’ll discover our two- and four-year degrees in: Nursing (B.S.N.), Physical Therapist Assistant (A.S.), 2+2 Pre-medicine (B.S.), and Biology programs (B.S.). These academic programs will prepare you as a health care worker to help patients and clients live healthier lives. Join us on March 19, 2021 at 9:00 a.m.
Penn State is planning a phased return over the summer semester to a full on-campus learning environment for fall 2021. The University’s priorities continue to be the health and well-being of its students, faculty, staff and local communities, and the plans for expanded in-person classes have the flexibility built in to quickly respond to changing pandemic conditions, if necessary.
As part of our regular "We Are!" feature, we recognize seven Penn Staters who have gone above and beyond what's asked of them in their work at the University. Thank you Pam Knowlton, Laura Adams, Lynnicia Massenburg, Cecil Shelton, Wendy Hanna-Rose, Annie Liu and Michelle Henrish!
As part of the University’s comprehensive testing strategy for the spring semester, all Penn State students must meet requirements for COVID-19 testing prior to their return or if they are already living in their campus community.
Penn State has developed a comprehensive spring 2021 COVID-19 testing strategy for all campuses that includes both required and voluntary testing during the remote learning period and the in-person portion of the spring semester.
Staff and faculty who worked at the University at the height of the Civil Rights movement and students who were first-year students in 1968 — the year of Martin Luther King Jr.'s assassination — and graduated in 1972, will take part in a Zoom panel discussion on Jan. 15, during the virtual MLK Memorial Celebration.