Japan global studies

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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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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Vinayak Elangovan

Spotlight Series: Vinayak Elangovan, assistant professor of computer science

Meet Vinayak Elangovan, assistant professor of computer science at Penn State Abington.
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!
Andrew August

Five questions for new associate dean of academic affairs at Penn State Abington

As associate dean for academic affairs at Penn State Abington, Andrew August embraces Abington's mission of providing access to a high-impact education for students of all cultural and socioeconomic backgrounds.
McClure coat drive

Abington campus community donates 700+ coats to needy kids

Penn State Abington elementary and early childhood education majors organized the drive to benefit children at a partnership school in North Philadelphia.
Abington library

Abington redesigns and re-energizes library to inspire collaboration, research

Writing on walls and tables is frowned on in most public spaces, but the staff of the renovated Penn State Abington library views scribbles as signs of success.