Penn State World Campus encourages you to join one or more newly created interest groups designed to help develop new student organizations.
We’ve compiled a few benefits that military spouses can access through Penn State World Campus to make reaching their own educational goals easier.
Do you know about the many resources, clubs, and organizations available to you as a World Campus student? Following are a few of our activities and resources for you to explore.
Whether your “classroom” is near or far from a Penn State campus, Penn State World Campus encourages its students to pursue extracurricular programs outside of their course work. And now students can receive financial support for these pursuits through a Student Engagement Grant.
If you’re a graduate of Penn State World Campus, consider nominating a fellow alum or yourself to a position on the World Campus Alumni Society Board.
If you’re looking for ways to stay connected to the University during the summer months, we have a few recommendations that will keep you informed (and maybe even entertained), whether or not you’re taking classes.
How can a military student know that they are getting the best value for their military educational benefits? We’ve assembled a few things you should consider when calculating the value of your college degree.
Health Promotion and Wellness, a part of the Penn State University Health Services, now offers you convenient, free access to a variety of Wellness Services.
Stephanie Reynolds, a World Campus student from McKeesport, Pennsylvania, and a Student Advisory Board member, will speak at the 2018 State of State conference on Saturday, February 3, about the impact that technology has on students.