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…

A Day in the Life of Penn State World Campus Student Kevin Doupe

Kevin Doupe, a student at Penn State World Campus, shares his thoughts on what being a Penn Stater means to him. Major:  Master of Professional Studies in Human Resources and Employment Relations, Training and Development Concentration Courses taken per term: 2 Hours spent on program per week: My adviser at Penn State provided me with a list of suggested course pairings based on…

Penn State World Campus Student Jason Lin’s Experience on Campus

What a great experience it was to visit the Penn State University Park campus — even on such a rainy day! I’m Jason Lin, a current Penn State World Campus graduate student majoring in Data Analytics. I came to Penn State to see RENT and to attend the Penn State World Campus Student Advisory Board…

A Day in the Life of Penn State World Campus Student Stephanie Wills

Stephanie Wills shares her experiences with online learning. Major: Human Development and Family Studies Courses taken per term: 4 Hours spent on program per week: 20–24 hours Current hometown: Yorktown, VA Distance from University Park: 376 Miles As a Penn State World Campus student, what does a typical school day look like for you? I am currently a senior majoring in human development and family studies, military wife, mother of two, official military volunteer (Key Spouse), World Campus…

Penn State World Campus Student Jason Waltersdorff’s Collegiate Laws of Life Essay

Jason Waltersdorff, a sophomore from Glen Rock, PA who is studying political science at Penn State World Campus, recently won second place for his essay in the Collegiate Laws of Life Essay Contest. The contest asked Penn State students to explore ethical values and intercultural issues and to express their views in writing. Here is…

Meet the Penn State World Campus Student Advisory Board

The newly formed Penn State World Campus Student Advisory Board met on Penn State’s University Park campus this fall semester to contribute ideas that could help improve students’ online learning experience. The vision of the advisory board is to enhance the Penn State World Campus experience for fellow students through student advocacy, collaborative partnerships with…

Advantages of Membership in the Penn State World Campus Blue & White Society

One student organization is making it easier to help build strong connections between Penn State World Campus students and faculty members. The Penn State Penn State World Campus Blue & White Society, a chapter of the Penn State Alumni Association, is available for you to join as a student member. Membership benefits include: Networking opportunities…

Graduation Celebration Speaker: Suleman Braimah

Suleman Braimah spent the past two years working to earn his master’s degree in Human Resources and Employment Relations through Penn State World Campus. Initially starting the program while living in Nigeria, he overcame considerable logistical challenges and juggled many work/family responsibilities to complete his studies. On August 13, 2016, Suleman achieved his goal and…

Graduation Celebration Speaker: Mary Ann Norbom

Mary Ann Norbom graduated from Penn State on Saturday, August 13, 2016, 47 years after she left the University and went on to a career in celebrity journalism. She completed the remaining credits for her bachelor’s degree in political science through Penn State World Campus. Mary Ann was one of the student speakers at the…