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Penn Staters Encouraged To Share Their ‘We Are!’ Stories

Here is the chance to shout out the professor who watched you ask a girl for her Snapchat on Zoom and didn't say anything. There are heroes among us.

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Department Of Education: Penn State Failed To Protect Students From Sexual Misconduct, Must Change Title IX Policies

The Office of Civil Rights deemed Penn State responsible for numerous violations of Title IX.

Student Life

No Decision Made Yet On Summer Session 2020

"In all likelihood, the ability to have an un-impacted summer is in question. We're planning for both, hoping for the best, and preparing for the worst."

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Penn State Commits To Pay All Employees’ Salaries, Benefits Through At Least End Of April

"Our objective here, with all this stress, is for you not to have an abrupt financial situation. By deferring any decision until end of April, that gives us a chance to be strategic and think carefully about how the pandemic is evolving and how to mitigate its effects."


University Leaders To Hold Virtual Town Halls In Response To Coronavirus

Faculty, staff, students, and parents are encouraged to submit their questions.


Penn State To Offer Prorated Student Parking Permit Reimbursements

Like with the housing and meal plan refund, no information is available yet on how much will be reimbursed for parking, how the funds will be delivered, or when they will be available.

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