As part of Penn State’s continued commitment to student access and affordability, Housing and Food Services, a University auxiliary service, is piloting a LiveOn Student Success Grant to support need-based students residing on campuses across the commonwealth for the 2021-22 academic year.
A new website developed by Penn State Behrend’s Black School of Business offers video and podcast content and K-12 classroom activities themed to different business topics, from accounting and economics to finance, management and marketing.
Penn State Behrend will offer a free college-prep summer program for high school students with financial need or interest in a field of study where they are underrepresented. Participants will earn college credit and have access to field trips, workshops and mentoring opportunities.
The Penn State Behrend softball team earned the No. 1 seed in the Allegheny Mountain Collegiate Conference tournament with a sweep of Mt. Aloysius. The team, which is 14-2 in conference play, will face the winner of the AMCC play-in game on May 9.