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Summer at Penn State Fair

from Penn State University Park Summer Session facebook page

Are you going to be in State College this summer? Find out what Penn State has to offer at the Summer at Penn State Fair hosted by Penn State’s Office for Summer Session. This event will take place at Alumni Hall in the HUB on Wednesday, February 22 from 11:00am to 3:00pm.

Each college will have representatives to discuss courses available this summer for undergraduate, graduate and professional degree students. Also, students can learn about possible internship opportunities and available on-campus jobs. Who wouldn’t want to earn a few extra dollars this summer?

In addition, through the Office for Summer Session, students both from Penn State and other institutions can access University resources and programs. You can also learn about Maymester, a new four-week summer course for the University Park campus that is available for Summer Sessions I and II.

Check out the official site for for more information. You can “like” them on Facebook or follow them on Twitter @ThinkSummerPSU.

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