A Guide for Using Tutor.com

Achieving success in your classes can take a lot of hard work, but Academic Support Resources is here to assist you! We provide many resources to help make the learning process go more smoothly, including Tutor.com, a service built into select Penn State World Campus courses to assist students in writing, math, and other subjects.…

New E-Book Program at Penn State World Campus

There’s a new opportunity for you to save money on books and selected readings for your courses this semester. Our new E-Book program is being offered this fall as a partnership between the Penn State University Libraries and Penn State World Campus, providing you with free electronic books for selected courses. The goal of the…

Kinan Al Shaghouri: Interning Online with the Federal Government

Penn State World Campus undergraduate student Kinan Al Shaghouri recently completed an online internship through the federal government’s Virtual Student Foreign Service program, working for the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) Office of Transition Initiatives. Kinan lives in Washington, D.C., and works part-time as a technical expert for Apple. He says he has taken…

Student Focus: Jim Daly

We love hearing from our talented students in the Penn State World Campus Geospatial Program, especially about what they have learned from our classes and how they plan to apply their certificate/degree. Jim Daly, from Huntington, New York, entered our program in fall 2013 and is on track to complete his MGIS degree in 2018.…

All about the Transitions: College and Career Prep Course

Are you thinking about becoming a Penn State World Campus student, but worrying about how to use the online platform to succeed in your courses? Consider participating in Transitions: College and Career Prep. This course can help you brush up on some of the necessary skills that you’ll need for success as an online learner,…

A Day in the Life of Penn State World Campus Student Chris Moore

Chris Moore is a Penn State World Campus student and shares his experiences with taking courses and managing his personal life. Major: Master of Professional Studies in Human Resources and Employment Relations Courses taken per term: 1 Hours spent on program per week: 8–10 hours Current home town: Chester, Nova Scotia, Canada Distance from University…

A Day in the Life of a World Campus Student Daren Kullman

Daren Kullman is a Penn State World Campus student who recently shared his story of why he chose to pursue his degree at Penn State. Major: Master of Professional Studies in Psychology of Leadership Courses taken per term: Two courses per semester Hours spent on program per week: 8 to 12 hours per course, per…

A Day in the Life of Penn State World Campus Student Jaclyn Sukich

Jaclyn Sukich is a student at Penn State World Campus who recently shared her experiences with taking courses, working, and making time for a social life. Major: Master of Human Resources and Employment Relations, with a concentration in Employment Law Courses taken per term: 3 courses Hours spent on program per week: 20 hours a…

A Day in the Life of Penn State World Campus Student Noelle Muratore

Noelle Muratore is a student at Penn State World Campus and shares her thoughts on what it is like to take courses. Major: Bachelor of Arts in Advertising/Public Relations – Strategic Communications Option Courses taken per term: 4 Hours spent on program per week: 15–17 Current hometown: Fairfax, Virginia Distance from University Park: 211 miles…