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Undergraduate Admissions

  • Penn State's Campuses

    Penn State's multicampus system has twenty undergraduate locations throughout the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. All Penn State campuses offer diverse and unique educational experiences.

  • 2+2 Plan

    Complete all four years at one campus or transition to another campus after your second year. The 2+2 Plan is the most common path to a Penn State degree.

  • Penn State World Campus

    Earn your Penn State degree online. Penn State's online World Campus provides access to classes anytime, anywhere.

  • Click on your campus of interest to explore the offerings at a specific campus.
  • University Park

    University Park

    Located in State College, University Park is Penn State's largest campus, with a diverse undergraduate population of approximately 46,000. Students enjoy academics, activities, and recreation in a classic college town setting.

  • Abington


    Penn State Abington offers students a traditional college atmosphere combined with all the resources of a major university. The campus has about 4,000 students and is located in the scenic suburbs of Philadelphia.

  • Altoona


    Penn State Altoona serves about 4,000 students and is located in central Pennsylvania, approximately 45 miles from University Park. The small campus environment allows for a comprehensive learning and residential experience.

  • Beaver


    Penn State Beaver serves a diverse population of approximately 700 students and offers a relaxed environment with baccalaureate degrees, on-campus housing, and varsity sports — all just 35 miles northwest of Pittsburgh.

  • Berks


    Located near Reading, Penn State Berks is easily accessible from eastern Pennsylvania and neighboring states. The campus has about 2,800 students and provides the opportunities of a large university in a small residential environment.

  • Brandywine


    At Penn State Brandywine, students enjoy the charm and intimacy of a small campus located just outside Philadelphia. The campus provides highest quality in teaching, research, scholarship, and service to about 1,500 students.

  • DuBois


    Penn State DuBois is a small, commuter-based campus that offers cutting-edge technology, faculty expertise, and dedication to excellence. The campus has about 600 students and is located near I-80 in north central Pennsylvania.

  • Erie


    Penn State Erie, The Behrend College, is just minutes away from the heart of Erie, the fourth largest city in Pennsylvania. The 854-acre campus in northwestern Pennsylvania offers a unique learning experience to more than 4,000 students.

  • Fayette


    Penn State Fayette, The Eberly Campus, offers bachelor's and associate degrees to about 700 students. Its 100-acre campus in Pennsylvania’s Laurel Highlands is the former site of an 1800’s-era farmstead.

  • Greater Allegheny

    Greater Allegheny

    At Penn State Greater Allegheny, about 600 students enjoy the suburban environment and the neighboring city life in Pittsburgh. The campus offers residence halls, a diverse student body, athletics, and more.

  • Harrisburg


    Penn State Harrisburg features easy access to Pennsylvania's thriving capital city. The campus has about 4,500 students and offers internships, research opportunities, award-winning faculty, on-campus housing, and more.

  • Hazleton


    At Penn State Hazleton, about 850 students enjoy a residential campus located in the heart of the Pocono Mountains in northeastern Pennsylvania. The campus offers opportunities for residential and commuter students of all ages and backgrounds.

  • Lehigh Valley

    Lehigh Valley

    Penn State Lehigh Valley offers world-class education and opportunities both in and out of the classroom to about 900 students on a small campus near Allentown. Students have access to the area's thriving athletic and cultural attractions.

  • Mont Alto

    Mont Alto

    Penn State Mont Alto provides individualized teaching and research on its wooded campus in south-central Pennsylvania. The campus has about 950 students and is located 30 minutes from Gettysburg and 90 minutes from Washington, D.C.

  • New Kensington

    New Kensington

    Penn State New Kensington offers an array of degrees, undergraduate research, clubs, and athletics to about 650 students. The 72-acre wooded campus is located just 17 miles from Pittsburgh.

  • Schuylkill


    Located in east central Pennsylvania, Penn State Schuylkill is close to major cities such as Philadelphia, New York, and Washington D.C. The campus has about 800 students and offers a world-class education in a small-town setting.

  • Shenango


    Located near the Pennsylvania/Ohio border, Penn State Shenango combines quality academics with the personal attention of a small campus. The campus has about 550 students and is committed to serving the people of northwestern Pennsylvania.

  • Wilkes-Barre


    Penn State Wilkes-Barre offers the advantages of an intimate campus atmosphere combined with the resources of a major research university. The campus has about 550 students and is located on a scenic estate in northeastern Pennsylvania.

  • Worthington Scranton

    Worthington Scranton

    Penn State Worthington Scranton provides a welcoming environment to about 1,100 students on its campus in northeastern Pennsylvania. The campus strives to provide innovative instruction to help students achieve their potential.

  • York


    Penn State York has about 1,150 students and offers a wealth of stimulating intellectual, cultural, and historically-significant learning experiences in a welcoming, state-of-the-art campus environment in southern Pennsylvania.