Global feature Japan

Get a New World View This Spring

Students will enhance their learning in specific courses through travel to Scotland, Spain, and Japan during spring break 2018. Find out more about their experiences.
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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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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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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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Latest News

Abington summer credit

Summer Course Registration Now Open

Get ahead with summer classes at Penn State Abington. There are plenty of perks that come with taking summer credit courses. Register now!
Addiction forum at Abington

Forum at Abington to explore solutions to national addiction crisis

Penn State Abington will host a forum, "Enhancing Addiction Recovery: Reducing the Stigma," on March 24 that will bring survivors, researchers, and thought leaders together to focus on solutions to addiction.
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Army veteran at Abington earns engineering scholarship

Penn State Abington engineering major Stephen Bardos, a U.S. Army veteran, earned the 2017-18 Ametek Scholarship.
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Faculty filmmaker's rough cut to screen in Philadelphia, Baltimore

A Penn State faculty filmmaker will offer Philadelphia and Baltimore audiences a rare opportunity to provide input on a work-in-progress — his latest documentary, “Cojot.”
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Abington student researchers study rare texts at exclusive library

Penn State Abington students examined 400-year-old materials and met with renowned scholars at Washington, D.C.'s Folger Shakespeare Library.