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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

    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

    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

    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

    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

    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

    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

    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

    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

    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

    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

    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

    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

    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

    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.