Schuylkill campus panorama from campus fountain to new Health and Wellness Building

Penn State Schuylkill

Nico Granito, Abigayle Kaiser, Tianna Klinger, and Stephen Shalamanda

For the kids. For the cure. For the glory.

Schuylkill students are wrapping up their final fundraising push for THON 2019, taking their motivation from the classroom to the streets of Schuylkill County. The group will announce if they reached their $20,000 goal on Feb. 14 as they send their four campus dancers to the 46-hour dance marathon at University Park.
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Library and students

2018: A Look Back

As a new year commences, we take a moment to reflect on the many accomplishments of our campus community.
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Vanessa and Lexi Johns

Sister Scholars / Schuylkill Students

Vanessa Johns, salutatorian of her high school graduating class, and her sister Lexi, valedictorian at the same high school three years later, have conquered high school. Now college students, they’re continuing their legacy of academic excellence at Penn State Schuylkill.
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Essence Johnson and Brooke Hanzok

You can go home again

Essence Johnson and Brooke Hanzok returned to Schuylkill County to recommence their academic goals while forging a lasting friendship.
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Penn State Schuylkill's Lion Pulse Health Champions

Schuylkill receives grant to help campus community make better health choices

Penn State’s new LionPulse program identifies “Health Champions” at participating Penn State campuses, who will employ unique methods to help students, faculty and staff make positive lifelong changes to their health with assistance from grant funds made available by the Penn State strategic plan.
Nico Granito, Abbigayle Kaiser, Tianna Klinger, and Stephen Shalamanda

Schuylkill Benefiting THON wraps up is 2018-19 fundraising push

Schuylkill students are wrapping up their final fundraising push for THON 2019, taking their motivation from the classroom to the streets of Schuylkill County. The group will announce if they reached their $20,000 goal on Feb. 14 as they send their four campus dancers to the 46-hour dance marathon at University Park.

Penn State Bookstore awards fourth round of grants

The Penn State Bookstore, which is operated by Barnes & Noble College, a Barnes & Noble Education Inc. company, has awarded its fourth round of grants to support a range of programs and initiatives across the University.
Patrick Jones

Patrick Jones appointed chancellor at Penn State Schuylkill

Patrick Jones, assistant vice president for academic affairs, online learning, at Drexel University, has been named chancellor at Penn State Schuylkill, effective Jan. 4, 2019. Jones has more than 30 years of experience in the field of education as an academic administrator, professor and band conductor, in addition to serving for 30 years in the U.S. Army and Air Force.
William I. Horn, Sr. and the Penn State Schuylkill physical plant crew.

Penn State Schuylkill dedicates Nittany Walkway in honor of William I. Horn Sr.

Bill Horn was a member of the Penn State Schuylkill physical plant crew for 35 years. He was dedicated to the campus during his tenure and even into his retirement, when he established the William I. Horn Campus Beautification Fund. On Nov. 6, friends, family and former co-workers gathered to honor his legacy as the newly named Nittany Walkway was dedicated in his name.
Josette and Bert Evans

Bert and Josette Evans give back

Bert Evans understands that often the greatest hurdle a student can face is a financial one, which is why he and his wife Josette have established several scholarship funds that help make higher education an attainable goal for many Penn State Schuylkill students.
Panelists speaking at Novel Control Measures to Combat Infectious Diseases sit on stage at Penn State Schuylkill and answer audience questions.

Panelists discuss novel control measures to combat infectious diseases

Penn State Schuylkill hosted the next event in its presentation series as part of the "Outbreak: Epidemics in a Connected World" Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History pop-up exhibit. The event featured guest speakers who discussed the various ways they and their companies are employing innovation and entrepreneurship in novel control measures to combat infectious diseases.