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Celebrate 100 Days ‘Til Graduation With The Penn State Alumni Association

Congratulations, seniors! Your time at Penn State is coming to an end, but don’t be too sad. Penn State has set up a celebration just for you.

Wednesday, January 26, marks (about) 100 days until you hit the stage and officially become Penn State graduates. Before you have that diploma in hand, spend some time praising all your hard work. From 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., the Penn State Alumni Association will host a morning full of snacks, photo ops, exclusive Class of 2022 giveaways, and more at Hintz Family Alumni Center.

The celebration will also provide opportunities to “explore how membership with the Penn State Alumni Association can ease the transition into adulthood after turning the tassel.”

If you can’t make the in-person celebration, you could attend a virtual session from 3 to 5 p.m. that will introduce Penn State resources “at your fingertips.” The online component will discuss ways to find Penn Staters across the country and access career resources available to you. You can register for the virtual session here.

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