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Academic Resources

Academic Calendar: stay up to date with Penn State by checking out the official academic calendar published by the University Registrar.

Global Penn State has numerous resources for international students and scholars.

Lion Path Student Information System – This is where you schedule(d) your courses for the semester.  You will also find things like transfer credits, final grades, financial aid information, and your class schedule.

Schreyer Honor College - Honors education has changed the face of Penn State. It is a proud tradition that endures through the lifetime achievements of Scholar alumni and in the potential for future success being developed in current students. Visit the Schreyer Honors College website.

Starfish – Schedule advising appointments and office hour appointments using Starfish.

Student Disability Resources – Penn State is committed to providing a welcoming, encouraging, and empowering environment for students with disabilities to ensure equal access, full participation and reasonable accommodations for their academic pursuits. Student Disability Resources is responsible for coordinating support services, reasonable academic accommodations, and promoting disability awareness in the university community. Learn more.

  • Student Conduct and Academic Integrity - The Office of Student Conduct promotes a safe living and learning environment for all students. Creating a community in which students’ actions reflect the Penn State values is of utmost importance. The Code of Conduct guides this process, helping to maintain a civil and safe community for all Penn Staters.

Canvas - Canvas is Penn State's online system for teaching and learning.  This is where you will obtain specific information (e.g., syllabus, assignments, and deadlines) about your courses for the semester. Discover more about Canvas

General Education Course Lists – Looking for just the right course to satisfy your general education requirements?  Check out the general education course lists from the University Bulletin.

Transfer and Exam Credit: Want to learn more about how Penn State students can be awarded credit for courses taken at other Universities or for exams such as Advanced Placement or CLEP exams?  Check out the college admissions webpage.

Undergraduate Bulletin - Penn State's resource for course and degree program descriptions, as well as degree requirements. Find answers to your questions about degree programs, course descriptions, and course prerequisites.

Office of Science Engagement – Check out the resources from the Office of Science Engagement regarding faculty led study abroad programs, the International Science Certificate, Global Experiences Scholarship.

Global Penn State has a wealth of information regarding education abroad programs. Learn more about the programs here. 

Student and Campus Life

The student affairs website is full of resources related to all aspects of student life, including health and wellness, leadership and career success, campus community and diversity, facilities and spaces, and more.


Penn State has a number of resources and opportunities to help students achieve physical and mental health.

  • Science LionPride - Science LionPride, established spring 2008, is a student ambassador group representing the Eberly College of Science to prospective students, parents, and Eberly College of Science alumni. Forty students, representing all science majors, serve in this notable organization. Their assigned functions are to:
    • Participate and represent the Eberly College of Science at alumni events
    • Interact with prospective students to encourage their decision to attend Penn State
    • Provide campus tours to visiting science alumni and prospective science students and their families
    • Represent the college during Open House days
    • Encourage the pursuit of science in the community
    • Participate in various community service events across campus

Use Penn State's new interactive maps to help navigate you way around campus. Explore campus with a little help.

Find information pertaining to Housing, Food Services and Residence Life. Visit their website

Visit the Transportation Services website for all of your transportation needs.

Penn State News is your place to read about what is going on at Penn State.

Stay up to date with the department's Seminar Series

Career Resources

Career Services is committed to offering a comprehensive array of programs and services that supports and facilitates career development for all students. Programs and resources are provided to assist students and alumni in specifying career goals, expanding knowledge of career alternatives, understanding effective decision making, and acquiring appropriate strategies and skills to carry out the process. Explore the following resources provided by Career Services: 


Students can learn communication skills, discover potential career paths, and gain invaluable advice while establishing a  support network and developing professionalism. Mentors serve as resources to students, answering questions, providing guidance, and helping students to learn more about their interests and about themselves. Learn More. 

The Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) of the U.S. Department of Labor is the principal federal agency responsible for measuring labor market activity, working conditions, and price changes in the economy. Its mission is to collect, analyze, and disseminate essential economic information to support public and private decision making. As an independent statistical agency, BLS serves its diverse user communities by providing products and services that are accurate, objective, relevant, timely, and accessible.

Financial Resources

Resources for Future, Transfer, and Change of Campus Students