Stand for State: How You Can Help

Members of the Penn State World Campus community can help prevent violence both in the online/learning space and in their offline environment through the Stand for State initiative. Stand for State is Penn State’s bystander intervention initiative focusing on sexual and relationship violence, mental health concerns, acts of bias, and risky drinking and drug use.…

Penn State Alumni Association: Participation Opportunities

With more than 645,000 Penn State alumni, chances are that you’ll run into someone from this network of thousands, whether you’re traveling down the block or around the globe! You can join this network as a World Campus student or as a graduate, and reap many benefits at the different stages of your educational experience…

Renovated Nittany Lion Shrine Unveiled

The Nittany Lion got a makeover! The beloved shrine on the University Park campus recently underwent a renovation that took several months, during which time it was off limits to visitors. Now that the project is completed, the shrine is once again open to the public. In addition to improved landscaping and lighting, new accessibility…

A Trip to University Park Helps Students Explore Careers in Law

Three World Campus students recently gained insight into the experience of going to law school by participating in a program offered each year at Penn State University Park. The students attended Penn State’s Explore Law, a week-long program hosted by Penn State’s Dickinson School of Law that explores the study of law, analysis lawyers use…

Dear Old State

In April 1901, Penn State’s alma mater was written by Fred Lewis Pattee, Professor of American Literature at the University. Prior to its creation, Penn State did not have a college song, and Pattee wanted one that would encourage spirit and loyalty. The lyrics were composed to the tune of “Lead On Me” by Cauviere,…