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
State College, Pa. -- Growing up in Loyalsock Township, Morgan O’ Connor would notice the volunteers canning for donations for THON on busy streets in Williamsport the weekends leading up to the event. As she grew up and learned more about the cause behind the canning, her interests and desi…
State College, Pa. - Penn State will kick off THON weekend this Friday in a virtual format. The annual event will begin Friday at 6 p.m. and run through Sunday at 4 p.m.
State College, Pa. – A zoom meeting of the Black Caucus at the Pennsylvania State University was invaded by 51 "zoom bombers" last week who began shouting racial slurs, displaying swastikas, and engaging in other forms of threatening hate speech.
University Park, Pa. — Restaurant closures, supply chain disruptions, and employment changes have altered people’s eating habits to varying degrees this year. Research shows that people have had a hard time maintaining their weight. People who are looking to lose weight may want to consider …
State College, Pa. – Do you have burning questions about your indoor garden? The Penn State Extension Master Gardener Program can help you find the answers!
State College, Pa. – The Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) has awarded Pennsylvania State University with a $164,422 grant in support of the Master Watershed Steward Program. The program operates in Adams, Crawford, Erie, Franklin, Schuylkill, and Warren Counties.
University Park, Pa. – In the fall semester, nearly 1 in every 7 students who came to campus at Pennsylvania State University (PSU) contracted COVID-19. As cases rise across the country, the University is cautiously preparing for spring semester.