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College Makeover, Abington Edition

Abington balances refreshing its historic campus with upgrading labs and technology and reducing its environmental footprint. The result? A more effective and creative learning environment.
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The Big Picture

With a 19:1 student-faculty ratio, our 4,000 students can pick from 160 majors, participate in more than 40 clubs, 13 NCAA Division III teams, and choose from over 300 internships annually.
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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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Culture of Service

Discover service at Abington and discover yourself with an extended family that values your talents and motivates you to commit to meaningful work that benefits others.
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Bring It On, Fall

At Penn State Abington, the fall season isn't about "pumpkin spice" everything. It's about whistles ringing through the gym during volleyball games, seeing the competition on the soccer field, hearing cheers while our cross country runners speed by, and watching our tennis players lobby back and forth for a win.
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Live from Abington: It's free, online tutoring

Penn State Abington students can access live professional tutors for free through a new service courtesy of the campus Learning Center. It's flexible and offers support in almost 20 subject areas.
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Heard at Abington: Best-selling author Jason Fagone

A Penn State Abington professor invited her friend, author Jason Fagone, who wrote a nonfiction best-seller about the sport of competitive eating, to a writing class. The students knew it would be fascinating, and this funny and smart Penn State alumnus didn't let them down.
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She got the job! Abington career coaches maximize student potential

Rachel Scornaienchi returned last week to the scene of her success, the Penn State Abington Career Expo, but not as an applicant. Instead, the recent graduate recruited for her employer whom she connected with through the Abington Career Development Center. The fall expo attracted almost 100 employers, an all-time high.
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Top IT site names Abington alumnus to elite leadership group

Computerworld honored Penn State Abington alumnus Andrew Santacroce, vice president for global technology at BDP International, for his exceptional management of IT strategies and innovative approaches to business challenges.
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Sharpening skills for the 21st century at Abington

A unique opportunity exists for Penn State Abington students committed to mastering critical thinking, research, and persuasive communication while engaging in discussions, debates, and dialogues. Several students are selected each year to serve on the editorial board of "The Dialectics: Journal of Law, Leadership, and Society."