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…
Protecting personal and private information from identity theft and scams should be a top priority for everyone. And as an online student who spends a lot of time completing work electronically, it’s especially important for you to be diligent in keeping your information secure. We asked the Penn State World Campus HelpDesk — your 24/7…
One action we take to recognize military students for their service is the awarding of military honor cords. Learn more about this recognition.
Many Penn State World Campus courses have an embedded librarian, but students may not be familiar with exactly what they do or how best to enlist their help. We asked Emily Mross, Business Librarian and Library Outreach Coordinator, Penn State Harrisburg Library, to share some insight.
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.
The final book will be chosen next week, but we invite you to familiarize yourself with these “finalists.” We appreciate all of the feedback we received from students about which books they think are must-reads!
Mary Ohashi is a new member of the Penn State World Campus Student Affairs team, focusing on providing administrative support to all of the Student Affairs staff. Learn more about her background, experiences and why she’s so inspired by students learning online.
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.
Lily is a graduate assistant in the Penn State World Campus Academic Support Services unit.
Learn how to use the new version of the APA style.