How can I add/drop classes?
Please consult with your academic adviser before you make a final decision. You can also visit the University Registrar website for additional support and information.
How and when do I pay my tuition?
Below are instructions for paying your PSU tuition. If you have additional questions, please consult with the Bursar's Office. You can find out more information about tuition payments at the Bursar Office.
- Log in to your Student Center in LionPATH
- Under My Finances select "Manage Account/Make Payment"
Student Account Statements are prepared on a monthly basis and are electronic. Billing begins in early August for fall semester, January for spring semester, and May for summer semester. Payment is generally due on the 22nd of each month*. A late fee of 1.5% will be assessed on any unpaid bill and an enrollment hold will be placed on the account.
What are the hours for the library? Do these change during reading periods or exam weeks?
Please consult the Library website for hours and other information.
What kind of resources are there for international student support and orientation?
The Office of Global Programs is a resource for future, new and current international students.
Where can I go for on campus tutoring and writing assistance?
The Center for Student Achievement (CSA) is located in 315 Sutherland room. You can schedule in person or virtual tutoring sessions and writing consultations.
How big are Penn State Abington classes?
Class sizes vary, depending on the campus and type of class. At commonwealth campuses (non-University Park campuses), classes generally have twenty or fewer students.
Am I guaranteed the major that I’m interested in?
Some majors are not guaranteed to finish here at the Abington campus but you may be able to finish at another Penn State commonwealth or University Park campus that has your intended major. Find out more information about majors.
When do you have to declare a major?
Your professional adviser will be sending you Academic Reviews at the end of each semester, reminding you of upcoming responsibilities. Depending on your major of interest, you will be able to enter your major as early as Fall semester of your sophomore year.