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Group shot of winning team

Collegiate Challenge, powered by Sherwin-Williams, winners announced

The first CRS Collegiate competition was held Nov. 6 at Penn State Lehigh Valley.
Group shot of winning team

CRS Collegiate Challenge

The first-place winners of the CRS Collegiate Challenge were from Penn State Scranton. The winning team is pictured here with the Sherwin-Williams team . The team took home a traveling trophy to be housed at their campus until next year’s challenge. These winners also received a $250 scholarship from Sherwin-Williams.  

Penn State Northeast Regional Thanksgiving Dinner

Penn State holds first Northeast Thanksgiving Dinner

Penn State students will have the opportunity to learn more about the Thanksgiving holiday and similar holidays around the world by attending the Penn State Northeast Regional Thanksgiving Dinner.
Joe Battista to speak at Penn State Shenango on November 7.

Joe Battista to speak at Penn State Shenango on November 7.

Joe Battista, inspirational speaker and author of "The Power of Pragmatic Passion" to present at Penn State Shenango.

girl with nittany lion announcing Oct. 14 open house date

Attend our Fall Open House on Oct. 14

Whether you’re a high school student looking at colleges, an adult student who wants to further your career, or a military veteran looking to take the next step – Penn State Scranton can help you attain your goals!

veterans lounge guests

Scranton campus holds grand opening for revamped veterans lounge

On Wednesday, Penn State Scranton held an Open House for its refurbished Veterans Lounge, located in the lower level of the campus library. The event was was attended by veteran students, faculty and staff.
Constitution Day 2018

Constitution Day events scheduled at Penn State campuses

Members of the Penn State and local communities are invited to celebrate Constitution Day with on-campus events at University Park on Monday, Sept. 17, as well as activities at a number of Penn State campuses.
updated construction

Summer was a season of construction at Penn State Scranton

When students return to Penn State Scranton for the fall semester, they will notice that a lot has changed.

In addition to the campus’ new name change, which officially took effect on May 1, major renovation and improvement projects began in several areas of campus, and some will still be in the final stages when they arrive, with full completion scheduled to happen by mid-September.