Penn State Harrisburg keeps faculty, staff, and students informed of delays and cancellations due to severe weather through the PSUAlert system, Facebook page, Twitter feed and on the campus website, as well as the telephone voicemail system, e-mail, and automated messages at the college's main telephone number, 717-948-6000. Local television and radio stations also inform the public of delays and cancellations.
PSUAlert is an easy and accessible system that notifies you via e-mail or cell phone in the event of a campus closure or emergency. All Penn State students, faculty, and staff are automatically signed up to receive e-mail alerts via their Penn State e-mail address. An active Penn State access account is required for users to access PSUAlert and to change contact settings, such as adding e‑mails and cell phone numbers to receive text messages.
In October, the Continuous Improvement Commission of the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation continued the National Council for the Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE) accreditation for teacher education programs in Penn State Harrisburg’s School of Behavioral Sciences and Education.
Penn State Harrisburg was recently honored by the Penn State Alumni Association during the Annual Volunteer Awards Dinner on October 24 at University Park.
To celebrate World Aids Day, the Office of Campus Life and Intercultural Affairs will be distributing red ribbons to the entire Penn State Harrisburg community.
Step 'N Tone is a traditional cardio class utilizing step platforms and choreography to upbeat music! The last 10 minutes of each class are devoted to specific toning exercises. You'll leave this class feeling toned and fit!
Please come join us for a complimentary yoga class!
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Penn State Harrisburg’s School of Science, Engineering and Technology recently secured a $448,000 Major Research Instrumentation grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF). The funding will be used to purchase a bit error ratio tester that will support the ongoing research activities of the college’s Center for Signal Integrity.