Yes, you’ll be busy with other things, but take time to focus on majors, too—learn which ones match your interests, what you have to do to qualify, what courses you’d take, and lots more. It’s all in MajorQuest.
- April 28 (Fri): Classes End
- April 28 (Fri): Withdrawal Deadline.
- May 1-5 (Mon-Fri): Final Exams
- May 8–June 5 (Mon–Mon): Maymester (University Park)
- May 15–June 23 (Mon–Fri): First summer session (University Park)
- June 28–August 9 (Wed–Wed): Second summer session (University Park)
The College of Information Sciences and Technology will host its fourth annual Start-up Week, April 17-21, at University Park. This week-long event showcases talented entrepreneurs from around the country, including Penn State alumni, who have created innovative businesses and products in today’s technology market. Check out the week's agenda at Start-up Week Schedule.
If you know you meet prerequisites for a course you’re trying to schedule, but LionPATH says you don’t, make sure the section you chose does not have controls you don’t meet. Find the course in Search for Classes and click on the Class or Section link to see details. Look in the Enrollment Information and/or Notes boxes for any controls (for example, it may be a first-year seminar or for students in certain semesters or those enrolled in a specific college).
Check out the Language Institute at Penn State for great opportunities to learn languages during the summer. Courses include Arabic, Chinese, English as a Second Language, French, German, Greek, Hindi, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Latin, Portuguese, Russian, and Spanish. You can take an individual course or a whole sequence. You can also apply for a tuition scholarship.
The Division of Undergraduate Studies offices at University Park are now back in Grange Building. We thank you for your patience during the renovation to our building and look forward to working with you from our new spaces. Please plan to see your adviser at their new office in Grange Building. Our phone number (814-865-7576) and general email address (email@example.com) will not change.
Penn State Learning offers free tutoring (in one-on-one and group sessions) in lots of subjects, including economics, languages, math, philosophy, public speaking, sciences, statistics, and writing. Take a look at the times, places, and ways you can learn to strengthen your work. If you are at another Penn State campus, check with your campus learning center.
Attention Sophomores heading toward the Smeal College of Business:
Information on external scholarship opportunities and how to apply can be found on the Smeal Student Exchange web site under the External Scholarship link: http://php.smeal.psu.edu/uge/externalscholarships/
If you have reached a decision about your choice of major and meet the qualifications to enter that major, you can use “Update Academics” in LionPATH to process a change into your major. Please be sure to visit with your DUS adviser to determine if this is the time to request a change into your new academic home.
Making decisions? Use the Exploration Resources on the DUS website to explore and make decisions about possible majors
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Penn State Events
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