Adalice Burgos at a podium
December 16, 2019
Adalice Burgos and Aaron Spak balanced their jobs and families while working toward their degrees. They’ll share the stories of their educational journeys at an event for Penn State World Campus students this Friday.
Tamela Serensits is standing in front of a projector with her company's name, Argolytics, showing.
November 26, 2019
A master’s degree was Plan B for startup CEO and entrepreneur Tammy Serensits, but now she’s finding out how much it can help her business grow.
Military student
November 21, 2019
Your military credit (a JST or a CCAF transcript) will be carefully reviewed, and applicable credit will be added to your Penn State degree plan.
New Semester
November 14, 2019
As a new semester approaches, it may be helpful to take some time to make sure you’ll be ready to start your upcoming classes. Here's what to do.
The IST building at Penn State
November 10, 2019
Chase Kelly, who earned his associate and bachelor’s degrees online through the College of Information Sciences and Technology as a first-generation adult learner, wanted to get as much of the college experience as he could.
How to work with your adviser
November 9, 2019
Your military academic adviser is the first person you should turn to with any questions you have throughout your time as a student. Here's what to ask.
Three Penn State World Campus students are seen at a table after a session at the student leadership conference in 2018.
October 29, 2019
Registration is open, and all Penn State World Campus students are eligible to attend the conference from Oct. 27–29, 2019.
Student stands on her balcony
October 20, 2019
October is Learning Disorders, Dyslexia, and ADHD Awareness Month, a cause important to student Sydney Rhead.
This photograph shows Leslie Laing, Terry Watson and Elinor McNeel in an auditorium.
October 17, 2019
In grade school in the 1950s, Elinor McNeel couldn’t do long division. Her struggles with math continued into high school and led to her quitting college in 1972.
Smartphone and Google Home on a table
October 10, 2019
A multi-pronged data analysis approach that can strengthen the security of Internet of Things (IoT) devices against current risks and threats has been created by a team of Penn State World Campus students pursuing master's degrees in information sciences.