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  • Penn State students in the football stands wave pom poms

    A Legacy to Shape the Future

    Every year, Homecoming unites students, alumni, faculty, and staff in their Penn State pride as they celebrate the University's legacy and shape the future. #FTG2015

  • The Nittany Lion carries the American flag on the field at Beaver Stadium, followed by cheerleaders carrying blue and white flags.

    Serving with Honor

    United States veterans and active military serve our country with honor. Penn State shows its appreciation for that service with a commitment to meeting their needs through support services and flexible education.

  • A man stands next to the recently restored plaster relief map of Pennsylvania which is over a century old and 17 feet wide.

    Science, Art, and History

    Penn State's College of Earth and Mineral Sciences has restored a recently rediscovered relief map of Pennsylvania created in the late 1800s for the 1893 Chicago World's Fair. The artifact is now on display in the college's museum and art gallery.

  • Football fans cheer and wave white pom poms.

    Make Game Day Great!

    VIDEO: Penn State game days are some of the best in the nation. As we support our student athletes this year, let's show our best blue by extending a warm welcome to our guests from all over the country.

  • Lauren Lomas works with a research participant in Penn State Brandywine’s Child Development Lab.

    Working with Play

    Penn State Brandywine student Lauren Lomas is passionate about learning, so she jumped on the chance to do hands-on research in her field. Alongside a faculty member, she's studying the impact of technology on child cognitive development.