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$4 million to help students and Libraries
University alumni William L. and Josephine Berry Weiss have committed $4 million to the University to expand student financial aid programs in engineering and the liberal arts, and to help the University Libraries.
is moving forward
For decades, Penn State has been a leader in providing distance education and is now planning to swing its doors wide open to the global community with the establishment of a 'World Campus' -- so far, the ultimate concept in distance learning.
Capital College offers students
Live at home ... get a college degree ... spend less money. That may sound like a dream, but the concept will become reality for students when the redesign of Penn State Harrisburg, Capital College and Penn State Schuylkill, Capital College is completed this fall.
On May 12, roughly 70 recently hired faculty members boarded a pair of buses with President Graham B. Spanier for a two-day tour of western Pennsylvania to see first-hand the impact the University has statewide. To see photos from the trip, click here.
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