Our team holds events, travels to meet with future Penn Staters across the U.S., and serves the Penn State University Park Campus.
Penn State Admissions Strategic Partnerships in Undergraduate Admissions seeks to create a diverse student body through access and exposure to Penn State opportunities and resources.
The Admissions Strategic Partnerships team holds events, travels to meet with future Penn Staters across the U.S., and serves as a liaison to other Penn State offices including the Vice Provost for Educational Equity and the Multicultural Resource Center.
Admissions Strategic Partnerships events bring students from throughout Pennsylvania and surrounding states to Penn State University Park to experience everything that the campus has to offer. Our main programs include:
Held in conjunction with our Spend a Summer Day events, this overnight program provides a glimpse into everything Penn State has to offer. Prospective students and their families stay overnight in a residence hall and attend the Spend a Summer Day open house. Meals and lodging, and transportation are provided for a small fee.
In honor of Hispanic Heritage Month, students enjoy a day full of Latinx unity and learn all about what Penn State has to offer! The event includes a campus tour, academic information sessions, student resources, college readiness presentations and a chance to meet current student leaders from multicultural student organizations.
¡En honor al Mes de la Herencia Hispana, los estudiantes disfrutan de un día lleno de unidad latina y aprenden todo sobre lo que Penn State tiene para ofrecer! El evento incluye un recorrido por el campus, sesiones de información académica, recursos para estudiantes, presentaciones de preparación para la universidad y la oportunidad de conocer a líderes estudiantiles actuales de organizaciones estudiantiles multiculturales.
This event is intended for students who have applied to Penn State and are looking for more information about financial aid and other next steps in the admission process. Spend a Fall Day is planned for high school seniors who have maintained a minimum of a 3.0 grade-point-average (83% or B average) from grades 9-11; students must provide confirmation of a submitted application prior to attending.
In honor of Black History Month, students throughout Pennsylvania gather at Penn State University Park to celebrate the significance of African American history and how they can make our University stronger, together. The event includes campus tours and social activities with our multicultural student ambassadors.
Penn State Achievers recognizes students who are offered admission to the University Park campus and showcases the breadth of our multicultural student organizations and campus life. With the support of our student organizations, students begin building their social and academic networks with each other, faculty, and staff that continue for years to come. Learn more about Penn State Achievers!
When you get involved on campus, get involved in things that are orientated around your academic interests so it becomes a form of engaged scholarship
Brian Davis, Penn State alumnus, class of 2018