There are a number of ways to get around Abington including walking or biking, public transportation, Abington’s Shuttle bus, or driving. Remember to always have a back-up plan if your first mode of transportation fails.
Driving - think about expenses of driving (gas, insurance, maintenance) and how it works into your budget.
Walking or biking - think about how weather will affect your method of transportation and whether or not the distance is appropriate for the travel.
Public Transportation, www.septa.org bus and train schedules and more!
Parking is available on-campus, free for students. There are six on campus parking lots and two off-campus parking lots. Considering everyone on campus is a commuter student, it’s good to know your options.
Eating on Campus
Monday through Friday during the academic year the campus has food available to purchase at the cafeteria located in the Lares Bldg.. The campus cafeteria is open Monday – Thursday 7:30 am— 10:30 am, reopening 11:00 am— 6:00 pm. Friday’s schedule is 7:30 am to 10:30 am reopening from 11:00 am to 3:00 pm. (closed weekends). There is hot breakfast and lunch served during the morning and afternoon hours. There is a variety of food from hot food, sandwiches, soups, salads and fruit. The hours will vary during the summer time. Usually the cafeteria will be open 7:30 am to 1:30 pm.
Eating off Campus
Other food options within the area include from grocery stores, fast food and sit down restaurants. There are various shopping centers with quick drives from campus. Some options may even offer discounts to students with your ID card.
Know About Campus Events
Stay connected and get involved by attending events on campus. To find out what different events are going on there are various places you can find information.
Health & Wellness: Visit this site for more information about the different campus health and wellness resources and services. You can find information on local urgent care clinics and the contact information for our Consulting doctor, Dr. Bryan D. O’Connell.
Penn State Abington has an on-campus safety program that involves a security watch during school hours Monday through Friday, and on the weekend when there are school events. The campus has call boxes placed strategically around the campus for the students’ convenience. Call boxes are direct lines to the local police in case of an emergency.
Penn State Abington also has a PSU Alert Text messaging service, which is available for news or events. News and events include but are not limited to snow days, delays and emergencies.
Penn State Today is a publication for all Penn State students, faculty and staff at all campus locations. Because this publication contains important news and information about life at the University, students, faculty and staff must receive this publication. To learn more or to alter your subscription please visit Newswires.