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Link Penn State

Link Penn State is a series of virtual programs for current undergraduate Penn State students considering, or approved for, a campus change. Students who participate in any Link Penn State program will learn more about each participating campus and hear from students on their campus change experience.

Campus sessions will introduce you to:

  • their unique academic and involvement offerings;
  • financial planning considerations;
  • and the campus and community environment. 

Interested students can attend one, a few, or all of the Link Penn State events. 

Please read the information below before accessing this event recording.

Are you still considering how or when to make a campus change as part of your academic journey?  You are invited to view the recorded Link UP program that was initially hosted on April 10. Link UP is a virtual campus visit program that will introduce you to the people, resources and services, and important planning steps you need to consider as part of your future change to the UP community.

Access the recorded 2021 Link UP session on "Making a Plan" This session is designed for students still considering a transition to University Park in a future semester.

If you are already approved for your campus change to University Park this fall, you can click here to view the Link UP recording on "Surviving and Thriving" at UP! 

View the recording from Link Abington - Click here!

At Penn State Abington, students experience a vibrant college environment combined with the resources of a world-class research university. Located on 45 wooded acres just 15 miles north of Center City Philadelphia, we offer an affordable, accessible, and high-impact education resulting in the success of a diverse student body.

With nearly 3,500 students, Penn State Abington is a residential campus that offers four-year degrees in 22 majors—or the first two years of more than 275 Penn State majors—undergraduate research, the Abington and Schreyer honors programs, study abroad, NCAA Division III athletics, continuing education and graduate programs, and more.

This event was hosted on April 15. Click here to access the recorded session.

View the recording from Link Harrisburg -  Click here!

Penn State Harrisburg is an undergraduate college and graduate school of the University. The Harrisburg campus enrolls more than 5,000 students and offers more than 65 associate, bachelor's, master's, and doctoral degree programs. Penn State Harrisburg is located on a suburban campus in Middletown, Pennsylvania, eight miles east of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania's state capital.

This event was hosted on April 16. Click here to access the recorded session.
 

View the recording from Link World Campus - Click here

Penn State World Campus is the online campus of Penn State. It enrolls nearly 18,000 students in degree and certificate programs offered by Penn State's academic units and colleges. World Campus offers its students a full array of services, including orientation, academic advising, career counseling resources, technical support, and tutorials.

Click here to access the recorded session.

 

Penn State Erie, The Behrend College, is just minutes away from the heart of Erie, the fourth largest city in Pennsylvania. The 854-acre wooded campus offers a student-centered learning environment and unique educational experience to more than 4,500 undergraduate and graduate students.

 

Questions about participating in any of the Link Penn State events listed on this page can be directed to changeofcampus@psu.edu