LionPATH Adds User-Friendly Features For Fall Semester

Hallelujah! We made a fuss, and Penn State listened. The university announced even more upgrades to LionPATH heading into the new school year. The new additions are intended to make LionPATH’s Student Center more user-friendly.

Students can now download their class schedules to import into multiple different calendar apps, including Apple/iOS, Android, Google, and Microsoft Outlook on their mobile devices and computers.

Thanks to the update, students will no longer need to log into LionPATH to check their waitlist status for a class throughout the add/drop period. Instead, they’ll automatically be notified via email if their status changes. (We heard a story about someone who forgot to check and missed the late drop period for a class she apparently didn’t realize she was enrolled in, so this seems helpful in that situation.)

Students will also receive an email notification when final semester grades are posted or changed, so when you’re on the edge of your seat (read: hopefully at home stuffing your face with home cooking) after your last final to see where everything shakes out, you can just wait for the email notification.

The update also includes several new class roster features for Penn State faculty, including a “late dropped” indicator.

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Matthew Fox

Matt is a Senior from Lansdale Pennsylvania majoring in Broadcast Journalism. He loves sports, and is still patiently waiting for the Philadelphia Flyers to win a Stanley Cup. If you would ever like to reach out to Matt you can email him at [email protected].

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