Penn State Campuses

Penn State Abington students relax on campus, a suburban campus outside of Philadelphia.
Close to Philadelphia, our suburban campus offers bachelor's degrees, athletics, and a diverse student community.
Photo of Penn State Altoona students walking past the duck pond by the chapel, on campus.
In central Pennsylvania, close to University Park, we offer the appeal of a small college with the prestige of a major research university.
Male Penn State Beaver student poses in front of a building on campus.
We offer a relaxed environment with several baccalaureate degrees, on-campus housing, and varsity sports, all within easy reach of Pittsburgh.
Penn State Berks students walk across campus, a picturesque campus near Reading, Pennsylvania.
Located near Reading, our idyllic setting is easily accessible from anywhere in eastern Pennsylvania.
A female adult learner seated at a picnic table on Penn State Brandywine campus.
We are all about the highest quality in teaching, research, scholarship, and service to our campus, students, and the Delaware County community.
Interior of a law library with book-lined shelves, and an open law book on the table.
Penn State’s Dickinson Schools of Law are located in Carlisle (Dickinson Law) and University Park (Penn State Law). Both offer study in various types of law and across disciplines.
Penn State students seated at a picnic table on Penn State DuBois campus.
Preparing leaders through cutting-edge technology, faculty expertise, and dedication to excellence, in a small-town setting in north-central Pennsylvania.
Photo of Penn State Erie campus, located in northwestern Pennsylvania.
Located in northwestern Pennsylvania, we offer 40+ majors, undergraduate research, on-campus living, and athletics.
Photo of Penn State Fayette campus, comprised of about 10 buildings on 100 acres in southwestern Pennsylvania.
We offer two- and four-year degrees, professional certificates and lifelong learning programs at our 100-acre Laurel Highlands campus.
 Image of the Great Valley Conference Center, a primary building on the campus located in the Great Valley Corporate Center in Malvern, Pennsylvania.
Penn State Great Valley School of Graduate Professional Studies delivers world-class graduate degrees and professional development.
Photo of Penn State Greater Allegheny students posed on their Lion shrine statue, on the Greater Allegheny campus.
We're a residential campus close to Pittsburgh with four-year degrees, a diverse, international student body, athletics, and more.
 Photo of Penn State Harrisburg campus, with the Lion Shrine Statue in front of their Main building.
We have undergraduate and graduate programs, internships, research opportunities, award-winning faculty, on-campus housing, and athletics.
Penn State Hazleton students walk across the Penn State Hazleton campus, located in northeastern Pennsylvania.
Located in northeastern Pennsylvania, we have a 104-acre scenic campus, overlooking the Conyngham valley, located near Interstates 80 and 81.
Two Hershey doctors look at slides in a microscope.
Penn State Milton S. Hershey Medical Center, Penn State College of Medicine, and Penn State Hershey Children's Hospital enhance the quality of life.
The three-story Saucon building, with the lion shrine statue out front, serves as the main campus of Penn State Lehigh Valley.
We offer a world-class education and opportunities both in and out of the classroom, on a small campus in the Center Valley.
Penn State Mont Alto student relaxes on a park bench on the wooded campus in southcentral PA, home to one of the first forestry schools in the nation.
We integrate individualized teaching, research, and dynamic community outreach on our wooded campus in Franklin County.
Students featured on the courtyard, outside the main entrance of the classroom building.
We offer an array of degrees, undergrad research, clubs, and athletics—and we’re only 17 miles from Pittsburgh.
Penn State Schuylkill students walk across campus, located in east-central Pennsylvania on seventy wooded acres.
Located in east-central Pennsylvania, we offer a world-class education in a small-town setting with easy access to major cities.
Two female Shenango students converse on the courtyard of the urban campus in northwestern Pennsylvania, in downtown Sharon.
On 15 acres in downtown Sharon, we are committed to the success of our students and serving the people of northwestern Pennsylvania.
Image of the student union building at University Park, on a fall day.
The largest Penn State campus offers academics, activities, and recreation in the classic college town of State College.
Three Penn State Wilkes-Barre students study outside on the rural campus located in Lehman, in northeastern Pennsylvania.
We offer bachelor’s and associate degrees, and we're located on a scenic estate close to Wilkes-Barre.
Pennsylvania College of Technology sign at the entrance of campus.
Pennsylvania College of Technology, a Penn State affiliate, has a national reputation for workforce development and as a technical institute.
Detail of an online learner working at a keyboard. Penn State World Campus students come from 50 states, more than 40 countries, and 7 continents.
We have more than 120 career-focused programs, taught by world-renowned faculty, in a flexible, online course environment.
Penn State Worthington Scranton students study outside on the forty-five acre campus outside Scranton in northeastern Pennsylvania.
We are located on 45 acres outside of Scranton, where we strive to provide innovative instruction and help you achieve your potential.
Students gather outside the Engineering building on the Penn State York campus, 100 acres in Uniontown, Pennsylvania.
At our location in southeastern Pennsylvania, we offer programs to meet the needs of our local students, international students, and our community.