News and Features

Old Main at Penn State from a distance
January 27, 2023
Penn State began offering classes online in 1998 and now boasts more than 175 well-respected programs available online through Penn State World Campus.
We Are Sculpture at Penn State's University Park campus
January 25, 2023
Penn State’s Forum on Black Affairs awarded a scholarship to Penn State World Campus student Tamara Aharon.
The Nittany Lion Shrine is seen
January 24, 2023
The annual rankings placed Penn State World Campus in the top programs in engineering, business, education, and more.
We Are Sculpture at Penn State's University Park campus
December 21, 2022
Research finds liver-transplant patient demographic info can help predict hospital readmission.
Two concrete pillars show a lion's head on each and the text "The Pennsylvania State University."
December 19, 2022
The organization offers resources and community for online learners with children.
The Nittany Lion Shrine is seen
December 14, 2022
Going back to school can mean different things for different people. Depending on your education level and current work experience, there are a number of degree and certificate options to consider.
The exterior of Old Main at Penn State University Park.
December 7, 2022
Students in an online business administration course worked with faculty members on the publication.
Sparks Building
December 1, 2022
In 2002, Penn State offered its first online liberal arts degree program. Over the past 20 years, the majors available in the liberal arts have expanded to more than a dozen, including history, law, psychology, economics, and political science.
A city skyline is seen from a park.
November 22, 2022
For the past 15 years, the community and economic development master's program has helped students confront the challenges faced by community economic development practitioners.
The Nittany Lion Shrine is seen
November 9, 2022
Michelle Wiemer is pursuing her Bachelor of Science in Security and Risk Analysis.
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