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Residence Halls To Open Early For Final Home Football Game Against Michigan State

Residence halls at Penn State’s University Park campus will open on November 25 at 3 p.m. so that students who live on campus can attend the final home football game of the season against Michigan State.

They’ll be closed over Thanksgiving Break, which technically runs from November 19-27 unless you purchased a Holiday Housing Contract and live in a residence hall with break access housing. Residence halls will begin closing down on Saturday, November 19 at 10 a.m.

Students who want to watch the Nittany Lions close out a possibly historic season at Beaver Stadium can return to their residence halls on Friday instead of Saturday (which is the schedule for the spring semester). No student will be allowed earlier arrivals. In addition, campus will remain open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. on November 21-23, but will be closed on November 24 and 25.

We’re not sure where you’ll be during the final home Penn State football game of the season, but we’ll be in Beaver Stadium

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