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2022 World Campus Homecoming Court Announced
Penn State Homecoming Week 2022 will be celebrated the week of October 16, and the World Campus Homecoming Committee has organized several events, including in-person events for those able to travel to the University Park campus.
Apply for Virtual Internship Opportunities through the VSFS Program
If you’re a Penn State World Campus student looking for a virtual internship, you might want to consider a federal program that offers valuable internship opportunities: the Virtual Student Federal Service (VSFS).
Participate in Acts of Service with Your Fellow Penn Staters
Penn State World Campus Student Affairs is hosting Days of Service in various locations across the country to unite students and give back to local communities. We’re also hosting a monthlong Acts of Service initiative from January 15 to February 15.
Financial Aid: Important Things to Know About Scholarships
There are common misconceptions about scholarships, as well as important requirements and deadlines you need to keep in mind, so we asked our World Campus Financial Aid team to share scholarship information students should know.
Using Correct Names: A Small Step with a Large Impact
An easy way to show someone respect and make a great first impression is to address them by their name — not by the name that is easiest for you to learn but by their given or preferred name.
Use the Libby App to Access Ebooks and Audiobooks from Penn State Libraries
World Campus students can now access a wide selection of popular and classic ebooks and audiobooks for free from the Penn State University Libraries using the Libby app.
Financial Literacy Workshop Series: Learn About Budgeting, Credit, and Other Money Topics
Financial Foundations is a 5-part workshop series hosted by the Penn State Sokolov-Miller Family Financial and Life Skills Center. The series covers core personal finance topics that create a strong foundation on which learners can build their financial futures: budgeting, credit, debt, saving, and investing.
Financial Literacy: Credit Score Basics
We reached out to Julie Heaton, director of Penn State’s Sokolov-Miller Family Financial and Life Skills Center, for answers to some of the most common questions about credit scores.
Financial Literacy: What You Need to Know About Identity Theft
We asked Julie Heaton, director of Penn State’s Sokolov-Miller Family Financial and Life Skills Center, to share important information you should know about identity theft.
LionLink Projects: Gain Work Experience and Make Alumni Connections
Penn State students and recent graduates looking to bolster their résumés, gain work experience, or form connections with alumni may want to explore opportunities with LionLink Projects.