Military Appreciation Day
- Penn State will hold Military Appreciation Day when the Nittany Lions play host to Purdue on November 16, 2013, at Beaver Stadium, and active and former U.S. military personnel are invited to attend the game.
- In observance of Veterans Day on Monday, November 11, ROTC elite, active-duty personnel, Wounded Warriors, and veterans will be honored for their service during halftime.
- Supporters who have contributed tickets to Seats for Soldiers will receive admission to a special pregame tailgate in the Pegula Ice Arena for service members and their families.
Call 1-800-Nittany to donate a seat today.
Our military students have earned our respect. Now help them earn a Penn State degree.
We are proud to support our veteran and active-duty military students — and so can you! Our commitment to increasing access to education for military personnel, veterans, and military family members has been honored by such organizations and publications as the American Association for Adult and Continuing Education, Military Times, Military Advanced Education, and G.I. Jobs.
- Sixteen percent of our World Campus students are active-duty military and veterans.
- We offer more than 100 online programs for military students at a distance.
- Penn State is a Yellow Ribbon Program participant, and World Campus honors the G.I. Bill and Post-9/11 G.I. Bill.
- World Campus Military Grant-in-Aid is available for all members of the U.S. Armed Forces, including Guard and Reserves and their spouses. Military Grant-in-Aid is not affected by the tuition assistance government suspension.
World Campus recognizes the financial challenges our military students may face in reaching their educational goals. With your support, we can help them earn their Penn State degree.
Text MILITARY to 50555 now to donate $10 to the World Campus Military Student Fund*. Proceeds benefit World Campus active and veteran military students. It's a small way to give back to those who have given so much.
Higher education today presents more opportunities for learning, innovation, and experience than ever before. In an age of declining public support and rising costs, private philanthropy is essential for sustaining the quality of a Penn State education and for making its benefits available to our World Campus military and veteran students.