Campus Life

Resources, support and ways to help in Turkey, Syria following earthquake

Roger Brindley, vice provost for Global Programs, Andrea Dowhower, interim vice president for Student Affairs, and Renata Engel, vice provost for online education, share resources available for individuals who have been impacted by the earthquake in Syria and Turkey, as well as ways to help with the rescue and recovery. 

Feb. 15 workshop to introduce students to robotic process automation

Penn State Harrisburg and Penn State York have partnered to host a workshop on Feb. 15 to introduce students to robotic process automation, which allows for a low-code/no-code way of automating repetitive activities within businesses. The workshop will be held from 4 to 6 p.m. both in person in Olmsted Building Room E338 at the Harrisburg campus and via Zoom. The event is open to students from any of Penn State's Commonwealth Campuses.
Peer mentors and Career studies students gather for lunch.

Peer mentors serve as ‘heart’ of Penn State Harrisburg program

The Career Studies program at Penn State Harrisburg offers individuals with intellectual disabilities, age 18 to 25, the opportunity to receive an inclusive post-secondary education. Peer mentors are the “heart” of the program, according to Sandy McBride, Career Studies program coordinator.
Students sit at tables during the anniversary celebration for the Multicultural Academic Excellence Program.

Penn State Harrisburg program brings students together

For more than three decades, Penn State Harrisburg’s Multicultural Academic Excellence Program, better known as MAEP, has served as a place for students to expand their horizons, meet new people, learn about academic or professional topics, and simply be themselves without judgment.