Penn State Executive Vice President and Provost Nicholas P. Jones has shared a message updating the University community on steps being taken to monitor the evolving worldwide coronavirus outbreak and prepare for the safety and well-being of students, faculty, staff and visitors.
On Feb. 3, all students, faculty and staff members at every Penn State campus location will receive an email to take the Penn State Community Survey to share their attitudes and experiences of community, diversity and inclusion at Penn State. Every 100 survey takers will have a chance to win an Amazon or Starbucks gift card.
Penn State Go, the official all-in-one mobile app, is available to download in the Google Play Store and Apple App Store. Penn State Go delivers single sign-on access to features including Canvas, Penn State email, shuttle bus tracking, campus maps, grades, class schedules, tuition bills via LionPATH, LionCash+, library services, Starfish academic advising, and more.
"The easiest way to express our gratitude would simply be to say thank you to everyone that participated in this event and know that over the next year, there will be an excited kid at one of our Y sites using the items that you donated. We are humbled by your thoughtful generosity and look forward to seeing and hopefully sharing the smiles that are generated from your donations." - Michael Newell (center), chief executive officer of the Valley Points Family YMCA, to the Penn State New Kensington campus community after their "Cram the Cruiser" event, which benefited the YMCA's seven early learning and childcare sites. Sergeant James lane (far left), the campus' station commander, and Wesley Sheets (second from left), southwest district deputy chief, joined Newell and other YMCA staff to deliver the toys and donations collected from the event to the YMCA's branch in New Kensington.