Penn State is running a “Mask Up or Pack Up” campaign to remind students of the collective importance of mitigating COVID-19.
PSU purchased more than 500,000 face masks for distribution across all campuses for students, faculty, and staff to wear.
End of Fall in-person classes: Friday, Nov. 20
The remainder of the semester will be remote, with the last day of the semester Friday, Dec. 18
Full Plan: Penn State Re-Entry Plan
***Plan is subject to changes by the school administration. Please refer to the re-entry plan for the most up to date information.
Penn State University News
University Park, Pa.—Penn State games might look a little different, but fans and players will be rejoicing at the news Wednesday morning that Big Ten football will make its long-awaited return in October.
University Park, Pa.—The Big Ten will officially start playing football again as vote to return broke open a relatively quiet Wednesday morning for local sports.
State College, Pa. -- The spotted lanternfly is an invasive menace of an insect that could cause at least $300 million in annual economic losses in Pennsylvania each year if it continues to spread.
University Park, Pa. — All eyes remain focused on COVID-19 on college campuses, and specifically among athletes. College sports seems to hang in the balance.
Danville/State College, Pa. -- This week, Congressman Fred Keller announced three grants which will be awarded to Lloyd Zimmerman and Son Farm in Danville and Penn State University for various enhancements.
University Park—It was fun, light, and displayed the qualities Penn State saw in Clarisa Crowell that eventually landed her the head coaching position with the softball program.