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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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Abington Residence Hall

When You're Here, You're Home

The Lion's Gate residence hall is a living and learning community nestled on a wooded site yet convenient to supermarkets, shops, and a quick walk to campus. Take a peek — it opens for Fall 2017 first-year students.
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Study Abroad Yields Fresh Perspectives

Abington students find themselves at home in the world through courses with brief required international travel. Register now to study in Malta, England, Ireland, Puerto Rico, or China in 2017.
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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.
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Latest News

Abington women's soccer

Penn State Abington sports scoreboard: Week of Oct. 16, 2016

​Penn State Abington athletics scores and achievements for the week of Oct. 16, 2016.
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In the Abington gallery: Ag Breathnu Orthu Bas (Watching Them Die)

Artist Nichola Kinch explores connections between Ireland's Great Hunger in the mid-1800s and contemporary instances of oppression in the Penn State Abington art gallery.
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Philanthropist Steven Korman urges Abington students to live a life of service

Philanthropist, real estate developer, and 1962 alumnus Steven H. Korman arrived at Penn State Abington to discuss some serious business with a select group of Penn State Abington students — the business of living a good and fulfilling life.
Abington athletics

Penn State Abington sports scoreboard: Week of Oct. 9

Penn State Abington athletics scores and achievements for the week of Oct. 9.
Abington Benefitting THON

Scene at Abington: Pie in the Face for THON

A Penn State Abington tradition: On a sunny fall afternoon, the Abington community pays to smash a whipped cream pie in the face of a "favorite" friend to raise money for kids with cancer through Abington THON.