Why Penn State Hazleton

Located in northeastern Pennsylvania, Penn State Hazleton offers an affordable, accessible, world-class education in a scenic small-campus setting near the intersection of Interstates 80 and 81. Through our student-centered approaches, academic excellence, research, service to the community and campus diversity, we help prepare you for success after graduation.

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Get a Degree Locally That’s Recognized Globally

Enroll in one of our thirteen four-year degree offerings or five two-year programs or take advantage of our 2+2 plan and begin nearly any of Penn State’s 275+ majors here before transitioning to another campus, like University Park. No matter which major matches your interest, you’ll be backed by the strength of the Penn State network, our top-ranked research enterprise, faculty experts, and more than 750,000 alumni worldwide ready to open doors to future opportunities.

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A Vibrant Community

Enhance your education with opportunities to participate in clubs, organizations, athletics, and more, whether you live on or off campus. Be part of a diverse community through the LOFT (Lions of Fusion Territory), an inclusive space on campus for students to explore their own identities and the way in which they relate to their campus community. Through engagement opportunities, you’ll grow and develop skills, build relationships with others, and form experiences that help prepare you for life after graduation.