This site provides access to the most up-to-date information on Penn State's response to the coronavirus, as well as related campus-specific information.
Return to Remote Learning: Beginning Nov. 20, 2020 and through the remainder of the Fall semester, all classes at Penn State Scranton will be offered remotely. Fall Break will take place Nov. 23 through Nov. 29, with normal schedules resuming remotely on Nov. 30.
KeepLearning.psu.edu: This dedicated website for students offers support for remote learning, resources for academic advising and tutoring, and contact information.
KeepTeaching.psu.edu: Course instructors visiting the site will find information on effective teaching, technology training, webinars and support as they update and teach their courses for the upcoming semester. The site also features a newly created guide for instructors specifically designed for preparing and teaching this fall.
VirusInfo.psu.edu: Penn State’s main website with links to the latest news and answers to frequently asked questions about the University’s response to the coronavirus pandemic. The site’s resources page also contains links to dedicated resources for students and employees; information on testing, contact tracing and monitoring for the campus community; classroom and office guidance; and policies on masking and social distancing.
Penn State COVID-19 Compact: Before returning to campus, students are asked to verify that they understand the behavioral requirements and guidelines, via LionPath.
This website will serve as a resource for Penn State Scranton as leaders at Penn State University and around the world respond to the global coronavirus pandemic. It will be updated regularly with critical information and links to key resources.
When Penn State Scranton opens, all faculty, staff, students and visitors will be required to wear face masks covering both the nose and mouth in all indoor and outdoor public areas and in classrooms and buildings.
In classes and other seating areas, individuals are required to adhere to the six-foot social distancing standard established by PA Gov. Tom Wolfe and the CDC.
All individuals are also encouraged to practice appropriate hygiene, including:
- Coughing sneezing into your elbow, not your hands
- Refraining from touching your face
- Washing hands often, for a minimum of 20 seconds, with soap and water – or using hand sanitizer after coming into contact with common surfaces and after using the bathroom.
Points of contact at Penn State Scranton.
|Center for Business Development and Community Outreach||570-963-2600|
|Counseling & Psychological Services||570-963-2694|
|IT Support Services||570-963-2551|
|Police and Public Safety||570-963-2555|