All Penn State residential campuses will host Swipe Out Hunger in conjunction with Earth Week 2021. During the week of April 19-23, students who have excess dining dollars left over on their meal plans can donate $5, $10, or $15 of their campus meal plan to the Student Emergency Fund any time they dine on campus.
With the health and safety of students, their guests, and the community continuing to be the priority, Penn State Abington's ceremonies will look different this year and will follow all state and federal guidelines.
Ross Brinkert's colleagues are creating a permanent fund in his memory to provide financial support for Penn State Abington students who want to study abroad. Brinkert, associate professor of corporate communication, passed away last summer.
The Pennsylvania Department of Health recently announced the dates for phases 1B, 1C and 2 of the commonwealth’s COVID-19 vaccination distribution program and Penn State is strongly encouraging all students, faculty and staff to sign up to get a vaccine as soon as they are eligible to receive one.
The Center for Sexual and Gender Diversity, in collaboration with partners around Penn State, will be celebrating Pride Month throughout April with a variety of programming for the University community.
Penn State Brandywine’s Center for Ethics and Civic Engagement, in partnership with Penn State Abington and Penn State World Campus, will host a series of virtual events from April 12 to 16 for the campus’ annual Social Justice Fair. As part the Social Justice Fair, students, faculty and staff are also invited to take part in a photo contest.