See The Big Picture

Discover Abington. Our 4,000 students choose from 160 majors, 40 clubs, and 13 NCAA Division III teams. The student-to-faculty ratio is 18 to 1. What's not to love at the college where you're more than just a number?
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Student life

Connect. Grow. Succeed.

Whether you take small steps or a giant leap into college life, you have a partner in the Office of Student Engagement & Leadership (SEAL).
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Lions Gate residence hall

When You're Here, You're Home

Rigorous training mixed with a sense of humor prepares resident assistants to work with incoming freshman at The Lions Gate, the first residence hall for Penn State Abington students.
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food pantry service

Culture of Service

Discover service at Abington and discover an extended family that values your talents and motivates you to commit to meaningful work benefiting those in need including people on our own campus.
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Nourishing the Spirit

A glorious mix of visiting scholars and religious traditions, meditation and yoga, and religious studies courses sustain students in their quest for intellectual and spiritual solace in a complicated world.
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Latest News

#Giving Tuesday Penn State Abington

Donate to Abington student emergency assistance fund on #GivingTuesday

The Student Emergency Assistance Fund at Penn State Abington supports the Lion Share Food Pantry, provides support for textbooks, and helps offset unexpected needs.
Penn State Abington women's basketball

Penn State Abington basketball player earns conference honor

Plus all of the men's an women's basketball scores.
Janet Wong

Education majors learn to teach with high-impact techniques

Poetry? Borrrrring, some kids may say. But when best-selling children’s author Janet Wong opens her Poetry Suitcase, things get interesting fast.
Robert Zigmund

Budding business owners shine during Global Entrepreneurship Week

Penn State Abington students showcased the college's thriving small-business ecosystem during Global Entrepreneurship Week.
Frances Veale

Professor proposes solutions to reduce recidivism and impact of incarceration

Abington faculty Frances Veale's research focuses on interventions to support African-American male offenders.