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    Time Management Tips

    Learn how to stay productive and organized as a busy online student.

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    Register for Courses in LionPATH: a Step-by-Step Walkthrough

    Learn how to enroll in summer 2019 courses in LionPATH.

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    Graduating This Semester: What You Need to Know

    Plan ahead to make sure you'll be ready to graduate and celebrate with Penn State World Campus.

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    Plan Ahead to Be Ready for a New Semester

    Taking a few simple steps ahead of time can help you feel prepared to start a new semester.

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    Financial Aid Timing: Summer Aid and the FAFSA

    Our Financial Aid team explains how summer financial aid works and what you need to know.

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Addressing Penn State World Campus Student Concerns about Coronavirus

Out of an abundance of caution, Penn State has announced that all classes will be delivered remotely for the rest of the spring 2020 semester, due to the effects of the coronavirus (COVID-19). As a student who is learning online through Penn State World Campus, this situation will affect you in different ways than students…

Student Involvement Opportunities and Benefits

Several of our students recently participated in an online panel — hosted by Julie Fitzgerald, co-curricular program coordinator,  and Karen Armstrong, career counselor — in which they shared insight into their experiences with clubs and organizations and why they feel student involvement is such a valuable part of the Penn State World Campus experience.

Using Interlibrary Loan to Request Library Materials from a Distance

Penn State students have access to a wealth of library resources, encompassing a wide range of materials in assorted formats. Many of these resources are available online, but physical copies of some materials can also be provided to students located in North America, even if they aren’t near a Penn State campus.