two students at the ACURA Fair

Undergraduate Research at Abington

ACURA provides a yearlong collaboration between faculty and students so they can explore their interests through scientific experimentation, inquiry-based research, or creative works.
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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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See The Big Picture

Discover Abington. Our 4,000 students choose from 275 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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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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Latest News


Heard at Abington: 'America, Take That Vacation!'

Lonnie Golden, Professor of Economics at Penn State Abington, finds that many Americans work through their vacations.
MBA student outside the Penn State Great Valley campus in Malvern

Tailored to professionals, Great Valley’s MBA offered across Philadelphia region

Working adults across southeastern Pennsylvania can receive an AACSB-accredited Master of Business Administration from Penn State — customized to their needs and conveniently located to work or home. In addition to their campus in Malvern, Penn State Great Valley now offers its MBA in Abington, Philadelphia, and Reading.
W.W. Smith

W.W. Smith Trust awards $103,000 for Abington, Brandywine student scholarships

The W.W. Smith Charitable Trust awarded a combined grant of $103,000 for student scholarships to Penn State Abington and Penn State Brandywine. Scholarships up to $7,000 will be available to qualified full-time students at both campuses with unmet financial need.
Charles Ormsby

Data science expert to teach at Penn State Abington

An international data science expert will teach a course this fall with Penn State Abington Continuing Education on maximizing data performance. Charles W. Ormsby III will train business people to organize and interpret the data their organizations collect and make robust business decisions. The course runs Thursdays, Oct. 4-Nov. 15. Registration is required.
Beauty and the burn

Beauty and the Burn: Abington professor examines tanning behaviors, attitudes

Penn State Abington psychology professor Meghan Gillen explores the culture of tanning in America.