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LionPATH Now Fully Functional In Penn State Go App

Starting on Wednesday, February 17, students can now access a fully functional version of LionPATH from the Penn State Go mobile app, the university announced Wednesday.

Although LionPATH has been available through the app since its launch in 2020, students can now use LionPATH’s Penn State Go iteration to access class enrollment, tasks, and degree progress easier.

The update also features “fluid” pages that are more responsive and have an updated, modern design. You’ll notice that with tools like “Enrollment Shopping Cart” and “Drop Classes”.

Misty Patcyk, the director of Penn State’s LionPATH Development and Maintenance Organization (LDMO), says her team used students’ feedback to help make the app more user-friendly.

“Providing the full LionPATH experience within Penn State Go and transitioning pages to be fluid is an important step in making LionPATH fully mobile accessible,” Patcyk said. “We value our students’ opinions and will continue to make improvements based on the feedback we receive from them.”  

Students don’t need to update the mobile app in order to access the new, fully functional version of LionPATH.

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