News and Features

A wide shot of the Smeal Business Building at the University Park campus.
February 15, 2023
Lex Shawbaker attended the ROMBA conference, the largest gathering of its kind. She made connections with peers and came away with several leads on jobs.
Fellows are showing sitting in seats in an auditorium
February 15, 2023
The Sergeants Major Academy Fellowship program provides scholarships for senior enlisted military leaders to complete a master’s degree in education.
Two concrete pillars show a lion's head on each and the text "The Pennsylvania State University."
February 6, 2023
The recognition is awarded annually to an instructor in the School of Labor and Employment Relations.
online learner attributes
February 3, 2023
Earning a college degree as an adult can be a life-changing commitment.
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.
World Campus is Penn State
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.
campus gates
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.
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