Alumni Association’s 100 Days ‘Til Graduation Celebration Set For January 26

Seniors…graduation day is just 100 days away!

It only makes sense to celebrate your hard work, dedication, and love for Dear Old State. How could you not celebrate “the countdown to cap and gown?”

Thursday, January 26, marks 99 days until seniors say their goodbyes. The original celebration was scheduled for today, January 25, which is the actual 100 days milestone, but it was moved due to forecasted snow and ice.

From 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Thursday, the Penn State Alumni Association is providing snacks, photo ops, giveaways, and an official Class of 2023 banner for seniors to sign at the Hintz Family Alumni Center. Take a break from classes and acknowledge all of your commitment to that degree over the past few years.

There will also be opportunities “to explore how membership with the Penn State Alumni Association can provide helpful resources for you after you turn the tassel.”

To learn more about the Alumni Association and all of its benefits for Penn State Alumni, you can visit its website.

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