Students from many cultures come together at Penn State to form a vibrant community that welcomes learning and discovery.
There are more than 82,000 undergraduate students at Penn State. That's across all 20 undergraduate campuses and Penn State's online option, World Campus.
That's more than 82,000 opinions, histories, traditions, and cultural experiences coming together at one university.
We welcome the free exchange of all of those ideas. Two places where students can find programs and resources dedicated toward greater shared understanding and growth are The Paul Robeson Cultural Center and The Multicultural Resource Center.
The Paul Robeson Cultural Center provides programs and services that encourage the appreciation of the many individuals, cultures, and communities that comprise the student, faculty, staff, and communities of University Park and State College.
The Multicultural Resource Center (MRC) offers professional counseling and educational services for African/Black American, Latino/Hispanic American, Asian/Pacific Islander American, American Indian/Alaskan Native, and all other undergraduate students. The MRC's staff is dedicated to helping students succeed and graduate from Penn State.