Located in the rolling hills of south central Pennsylvania, Penn State York offers intellectual, cultural, and historically-significant learning experiences in a friendly, commuter based-campus environment. The 51-acre campus includes six tennis courts, athletic fields, and several acres of woodland. Facilities include the newly- renovated and expanded Joe and Rosie Rohl Student Community Center, Lee R. Glatfelter Library, the state-of-the-art Edward M. Elias Science Building, the Ralph G. and Madeline B. Swenson Engineering Center, and the Pullo Family Performing Arts Center.
We are conveniently situated near many major attractions including the Gettysburg National Military Park, Lancaster’s Amish country, the state capital in Harrisburg, and fun-filled Hershey Park. Students can also take advantage of entertainment, cultural, and sporting events in nearby Baltimore, Washington, and Philadelphia.
Penn State York attracts a robust international population. Our community is comprised of students from nine different states and 12 different countries. In addition, 25 percent of our faculty is international. It is our pleasure to provide special services to assist our international students with their transition to campus life.
Off Campus Privately Owned Housing
983 attend classes here.
Student to teacher ratio of 14:1
26 Clubs & Organizations
Penn State York offers 11 baccalaureate degrees and 5 associate degrees that can be completed in their entirety at Penn State York. Nearly all of Penn State's more than 275 baccalaureate programs may be started at Penn State York as part of the 2+2 Plan.
Penn State University Athletic Conference (PSUAC)
United States Collegiate Athletic Association (USCAA)