Learning and technology resources at each Penn State campus help students achieve their academic goals.
Everybody could use a little help from their friends every now and then.
Penn State wants its students to be successful. And sometimes one of the best ways to be successful is knowing who to turn to when you need help.
At all 20 undergraduate campuses, students can learn study skills, work with a peer tutor, and access technology to help them succeed in the classroom.
Penn State University Park
Penn State Learning
Peer tutoring and study groups in select subjects are available at no charge to students through Penn State Learning. The service has two locations that offer study spaces, computers, and teamwork areas.
- Media Commons at Penn State
Media Commons gives Penn State students the tools to produce creative and effective multimedia projects. Experienced consultants, training, and audio/video production facilities are available through Media Commons.
- Information Technology Student Services
Information Technology Services provides support, service and access to all the technology resources available to students at Penn State.
- Technology Training
ITS Training Services provides learning opportunities on many of the technology applications and tools that affect students lives at Penn State. Students can access online training or register for instructor-led training sessions.
- Media and Technology Support Services
Provides students with the media production tools, resources and equipment to create and distribute audio/video projects.
Many academic departments offer peer tutors and other support services.
In addition to the academic resources listed above, University Park also has an Office for Disability Services that helps with any reasonable accommodations and services for students with disabilities. In addition, each campus has a disability services office to assist students wherever they study at Penn State.
Penn State Campuses
Other academic resources at our campuses:
Media Commons Locations