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Agriculture and Natural ResourcesMAJORSOFAgribusinessManagementBYEarth Science and PolicyAgricultural andExtension EducationAREAAgricultural ScienceAnimal ScienceINTERESTBiological EngineeringBioRenewable SystemsCommunity,Environment,and Development* Online degree program only available through Penn State’s World CampusEarth SciencesEnvironmental ResourceManagementImmunology andInfectious DiseaseLandscape ContractingPlant SciencesEnvironmental ScienceToxicologyEnvironmental StudiesTurfgrass ScienceEnvironmental SystemsEngineeringVeterinary andBiomedical SciencesFood ScienceWildlife and FisheriesScienceForest EcosystemManagementArchitecture and Environmental DesignArchitectural EngineeringArchitectureLandscape ArchitectureLandscape ContractingArts (Visual and Performing)Acting (B.F.A.)Arts AdministrationGraphic DesignMusic EducationArt (B.A., B.F.A.)Digital Media, Arts, andTechnologyIntegrative ArtsMusical ArtsArt EducationArt HistoryDigital Multimedia Design*Interdisciplinary Digital Studio Musical Theatre (B.F.A.)Technical Theatre (B.F.A.)Theatre Studies (B.A.)Visual Art StudiesMusic (B.A., B.M.)Professional PhotographyImmunology and InfectiousDiseasePlant eleratedToxicologyDeadline November 1Veterinary andBiomedical SciencesBiological (Life) SciencesBiobehavioral HealthBiomedical EngineeringBiochemistry and MolecularBiologyBiotechnologyBiological EngineeringBiologyFood ScienceForensic ScienceMicrobiologyNutritional SciencesPremedicineBusinessCybersecurity Analytics andOperationsHealth Policy andAdministrationLabor and EmploymentRelationsRecreation, Park, andTourism ManagementEconomicsHospitality ManagementManagementRisk ManagementInformation Sciences andTechnologyManagement InformationSystemsSecurity and Risk AnalysisBusinessEnergy and SustainabilityPolicy*Business EconomicsEnergy Business and FinanceInformation SystemsMarketingCorporate CommunicationFinanceCorporate Innovation andEntrepreneurshipGolf ManagementInterdisciplinary Businesswith Engineering StudiesOrganizational andProfessional Communication*International BusinessProject and Supply ChainManagementAccountingAgribusiness ManagementArts AdministrationStrategic Communications*Supply Chain andInformation /Public RelationsCommunicationsDigital Journalism and Media*JournalismCommunicationCorporate CommunicationCreative WritingDigital Media, Arts,and TechnologyMedia StudiesCommunication Artsand SciencesFilm-VideoOrganizational andProfessional Communication*Professional WritingStrategic Communications*TelecommunicationsComputer and Information SystemsComputer EngineeringComputer ScienceCybersecurity Analytics andOperationsDigital Media, Arts, andTechnologyData SciencesInformation Sciences andTechnology50Information SystemsSecurity and Risk AnalysisManagement InformationSystemsSocial Data AnalyticsSoftware Engineering Among the “53 ‘International Powerhouse’ Universities,”Times Higher Education #43, Center for World University Rankings for 2018 #81, Times Higher Education World University Rankings for 2017-18 #14 in the U.S. for international student enrollment, 2017-18Institution of International Education Open Doors report

EducationAgricultural and ExtensionEducationArt EducationEducation andPublic PolicySecondary Education(multiple options)Workforce Education andDevelopmentRehabilitation andHuman ServicesSpecial EducationWorld Languages Education(multiple options)Electrical EngineeringIndustrial EngineeringNuclear EngineeringEnergy EngineeringInterdisciplinary Business with Petroleum and Natural GasEngineering StudiesEngineeringEngineering ScienceMaterials Science andEngineeringElementary and EarlyChildhood EducationMusic EducationElementary EducationMiddle Level EducationEngineeringAerospace EngineeringComputer EngineeringArchitectural EngineeringComputer ScienceBiological EngineeringCybersecurity Analytics andOperationsBiomedical EngineeringChemical EngineeringCivil EngineeringData Sciences, Computational Environmental SystemsEngineeringData SciencesData Sciences, StatisticalModeling Data SciencesGeneral EngineeringMechanical EngineeringMining EngineeringRail TransportationEngineeringSoftware EngineeringSurveying EngineeringEngineering TechnologiesElectrical and Computer Engineering TechnologyElectro-Mechanical Engineering TechnologyPlastics Engineering TechnologyElectrical Engineering TechnologyMechanical Engineering TechnologyStructural Design and ConstructionEngineering TechnologyHealth Professions and Recreational ServicesAthletic TrainingBiobehavioral HealthBiotechnologyCommunication Sciences andDisordersGolf ManagementNursingDeadline November 30at University ParkHealth Policy andAdministrationPhysical Therapy,Accelerated Bachelor ofScience/Doctor of eleratedRehabilitation and HumanServicesRecreation, Park, andTourism ManagementHospitality ManagementNursing—for licensed RNsonlyKinesiologyNutritional SciencesDeadline November 1Global and InternationalStudiesItalianMedieval StudiesJapanesePhilosophyLatin American StudiesProfessional WritingLaw and Society*RussianHumanities and LanguageAnthropological ScienceComparative LiteratureAsian StudiesCreative WritingChineseEnglishClassics and AncientMediterranean StudiesFrench and FrancophoneStudiesCommunication Artsand SciencesGermanHistoryHumanitiesIntegrated Social Sciences*SpanishInterdisciplinary StudiesAfrican American StudiesAfrican StudiesAmerican StudiesAnthropological ScienceAsian StudiesBiobehavioral HealthCommunication Arts andSciencesCommunicationsGeneral Arts and SciencesInterdisciplinary Business with Organizational and Professional Communications*Engineering StudiesCybersecurity AnalyticsGlobal and Internationaland OperationsOrganizational LeadershipStudiesJewish StudiesData SciencesRehabilitation and HumanGlobal StudiesKinesiologyServicesDigital Media, Arts, andInformation Sciences andLatin American StudiesTechnologyScience B.S./M.B.A.TechnologyLaw and Society*Digital Multimedia Design*Security and Risk AnalysisInformation SystemsLetters, Arts, and SciencesEnergy and SustainabilitySocial Data AnalyticsIntegrated Social Sciences*Policy*Women’s StudiesPhysical Sciences and MathematicsAstronomy and AstrophysicsData SciencesEnergy Business and FinanceMathematical SciencesPhysicsChemistryEarth SciencesGeobiologyMathematicsPlanetary Science and AstronomyCybersecurity Analytics andOperationsEnergy and gy andAtmospheric ScienceScienceStatisticsNETWORKWhen you graduate, you’ll join an alumnibase with connections around the globe,including more than 35 international alumniassociation chapters.700,000Plus, our Career Services office taps intoalumni and corporate connections forinternship opportunities, career counseling,workshops, career fairs, and much more.AN ALUMNIOF OVER

Social SciencesAdministration of JusticeCriminologyAnthropologyEarth Science and PolicyAnthropological ScienceEconomicsBiobehavioral HealthEnergy and SustainabilityPolicy*Communication Arts andSciencesCriminal JusticeGeographyGlobal and InternationalStudiesHealth Policy andAdministrationLabor and EmploymentRelationsHuman Development andFamily StudiesLaw and Society*Political ScienceInformation Sciences andTechnologyPsychological and SocialSciencesInformation SystemsPsychology, AppliedIntegrated Social Sciences*Agricultural Sciencesagsci.psu.eduArts and Architectureartsandarchitecture.psu.eduSmeal College of Businesssmeal.psu.eduDonald P. Bellisario Collegeof Communicationsbellisario.psu.eduEarth and Mineral ngr.psu.eduHealth and Human Developmenthhd.psu.eduSocial Data AnalyticsSociology76,64615,038UNIVERSITY-WIDE INTERNATIONAL STUDENTENROLLMENT (FALL 2018)Undergraduate and GraduateFirst-year University ParkFirst-year esSecurity and Risk Analysisadmissions.psu.edu/majorsUNIVERSITY-WIDE ENROLLMENT (FALL 2018)COLLEGES ANDACADEMIC AREASRehabilitation and HumanServicesFor the most up-to-date majors information, visit:Division of Undergraduate Studies: An enrollmentand advising unit for students who prefer to exploreseveral academic programs before choosing a major.Graduate/Medical/LawPublic PolicyInternational PoliticsUndecided (Exploratory)UndergraduatePsychologyInformation Sciencesand Technologyist.psu.eduLiberal Artsla.psu.eduInternational Student .edu 1Nursingnursing.psu.eduIntensive English CommunicationProgram 1 814-865-7550iecp.psu.eduEberly College of Sciencescience.psu.edu 1Schreyer Honors Collegeshc.psu.eduDivision of UndergraduateStudiesdus.psu.eduSERVICES FORINTERNATIONALSTUDENTSPre-Arrival Advisingand Visa Matters 1 814-865-6348 (option 1)international@psu.eduInternational Student Advising814-865-6348global.psu.eduSponsored Relations 1 entsACADEMIC ENRICHMENTAND SERVICESAthletics/Varsity Coaching Staff 1 814-863-0237gopsusports.comCareer Services/Internships 1 1,744Housing814-865-7501 (University Park)814-865-7862 (CommonwealthCampuses)housing.psu.edu 1 1Learning Edge AcademicProgram (LEAP)(Summer at University Park) 1 814-863-4174leap.psu.eduStudent Activities 1 814-863-4624studentaffairs.psu.eduStudent Aid(financial aid and scholarships) 1 814-865-6301studentaid.psu.eduStudent Disability Resources 1 814-863-1807 (voice or TTY)equity.psu.edu/odsUndergraduate Research 1 814-863-1864undergradresearch.psu.edu“The best part of Penn State is our people—no matter what country they may call home.We support all of you.”—DR. ERIC J. BARRON, PENN STATE PRESIDENT

Estimating Your EligibilityThe table below shows the academic credentials of students fromU.S.-style schools offered admission for the 2017 fall semester. Thetable displays the middle 50 percent, which represents the majority of students offered admission. Keep in mind that in each rangelisted, 25 percent of students offered admission fell below therange shown and 25 percent were above the range.ADMISSIONSTATISTICSTUITIONAND COSTSThe chart below shows estimated costs for the 2018-19 academic year.You can find current tuition information at tuition.psu.edu.The table shows the academic credentials of applicantsoffered admission for the 2019 fall semester. The high schoolgrade information reflects U.S.-style grade reporting.International students must document that they have sufficient funds tocover both the direct costs to the University and living expenses.Estimated First-Year Student Expenses andFinancial Guarantee for International Students(Fall 2018–Spring 2019)Middle 50 Percent of AdmittedStudents (Fall 2019)UNIVERSITY PARKFor estimating purposes only.Tuition and FeesLiving Expenses(4.0 scale)3.55–3.97ALL OTHERCAMPUSES3.07–3.60SAT Score*UNIVERSITYPARKALL OTHERCAMPUSESMandatory MedicalInsuranceTOTAL(36-point scale)1250–14301070–1290 21,300 21,300Includes on-campus room and board, ( 11,570), clothing, laundry, personal careexpenses, local transportation, and approximately 1,900 for books and suppliesACT Score(1600-point scale) 22,900-25,500Includes information technology, facilities, student activities, and international feesHigh School GPAUNIVERSITYPARK 35,900ALL OTHER CAMPUSESUNIVERSITYPARK28–32ALL OTHERCAMPUSES23–28*SAT sections: Evidence-Based Reading and Writing MathThis chart in no way represents a promise or guarantee of admission. 2,600 2,600 59,800 46,800-49,400Source: University Office of Global ProgramsFinancial AidFinancial aid is not available to students who are not U.S. citizens orpermanent residents.U.S. citizens and permanent residents living abroad must fill out theFree Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) to be considered forfinancial assistance. The FAFSA is available online atfafsa.ed.gov on October 1. Penn State’s recommended filing date forthe FAFSA is December 1.A Penn State for You22 Here’s how the 2 2 plan works for most students: first two years in a small college atmosphere at a campus other than University Park; final two years in thelarge, major research university setting at University Park completing your degree.Learn more about the 2 2 plan and find a campus that’s right for you atadmissions.psu.edu/pennstate.While University Park is the largest campus and widely recognized asPenn State’s flagship location, more than 30,000 students attend classes,conduct research, join clubs, and compete in team sports at campuses otherthan University Park. Many of those students participate in the 2 2 plan.There is only one Penn State. But there are 20 different starting points acrossPennsylvania that lead to a Penn State degree.

NEW eaverUniversity ParkNew t AltoYorkBrandywineNEW JERSEYMARYLANDWEST VIRGINIADEPENN STATE CAMPUSES WITH INTERNATIONAL STUDENT SUPPORTIn choosing a campus, think about the following: In what part of Pennsylvania would you like to liveand study? At what size campus would you be most comfortable? Do you want to live on or off campus?What extracurricular activities interest you?1 Abington* 1 215-881-7600abington.psu.edu3,746 students2 Altoona* 1 814-949-5466, 1 800-848-9843altoona.psu.edu3,244 students3 Beaver* 1 877-JOIN-PSU,( 1 877-564-6778)beaver.psu.edu622 students4 Behrend* 1 814-898-6100, 1 866-374-3378behrend.psu.edu4,312 students5 Berks* 1 610-396-6060berks.psu.edu2,578 students6 Brandywine* 1 610-892-1225brandywine.psu.edu1,351 students7 DuBois 1 814-375-4720, 1 800-346-ROAR(7627)dubois.psu.edu564 students8 Fayette, TheEberly Campus 1 724-430-4130fayette.psu.edu640 students9 GreaterAllegheny 1 412-675-9010greaterallegheny.psu.edu462 students10 Harrisburg* 1 717-948-6250, 1 800-222-2056harrisburg.psu.edu4,933 students11 Hazleton 1 570-450-3142, 1 800-279-8495hazleton.psu.edu676 students12 Lehigh Valley* 1 610-285-5035lehighvalley.psu.edu912 students13 Mont Alto 1 800-392-6173montalto.psu.edu830 students14 New Kensington 1 724-334-LION(5466), 1 888-968-PAWS(7297)nk.psu.edu585 students15 Schuylkill 1 570-385-6252schuylkill.psu.edu609 students16 Scranton 1 570-963-2500scranton.psu.edu992 studentsThe best way to find out if a campusis right for you is to visit our al/campuses/This location doesnot have the staffor other resourcesdedicated to supportinternationalstudents.18 University Park* 1 814-865-5471admissions.psu.edu46,270 students19 Wilkes-Barre 1 570-675-9238wb.psu.edu438 students20 York* 1 717-771-4040york.psu.edu948 studentsWorld Campus/Online Education 1 8 studentsEAST COAST ACCESS/GLOBAL CONNECTIONSAll of Penn State’scampuses are located inPennsylvania, which is in thenortheastern regionof the United States.*Campuses with an asterisk aredesignated international campuses(subject to change)indicates University-ownedresidence hallsindicates off-campushousing with residencehall personnel andprogrammingindicates privately ownedhousing nearbyEnrollment figures reflect undergraduateand graduate student enrollmentfor the 2018-19 academic year.17 ShenangoPenn State is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer, and is committed to providing employment opportunities to minorities, women, veterans, individuals with disabilities, and other protected groups.Nondiscrimination: http://guru.psu.edu/policies/AD85.htmlThe University is committed to equal access to programs, facilities, admission, and employment for all persons. It is the policy of the University to maintain an environment free of harassment and free of discrimination against any personbecause of age, race, color, ancestry, national origin, religion, creed, service in the uniformed services (as defined in state and federal law), veteran status, sex, sexual orientation, marital or family status, pregnancy, pregnancy-relatedconditions, physical or mental disability, gender, perceived gender, gender identity, genetic information, or political ideas. Discriminatory conduct and harassment, as well as sexual misconduct and relationship violence, violates the dignity ofindividuals, impedes the realization of the University’s educational mission, and will not be tolerated. Direct all inquiries regarding nondiscrimination policy to the Affirmative Action Office, The Pennsylvania State University, 328 BouckeBuilding, University Park, PA 16802-5901; Email: aao@psu.edu; Tel: 814-863-0471.THIS PUBLICATION IS AVAILABLE IN ALTERNATIVE MEDIA ON REQUEST. Produced by the Penn State Department of University Marketing U.Ed. UAO 19-354 07-20M

USEFULINFORMATIONPenn State Websitesadmissions.psu.edu: Undergraduate Admissions Office, includesinformation about admission requirements and the steps on howto apply to Penn State.bursar.psu.edu: Office of the Bursar, website includes informationabout tuition billing and statements.global.psu.edu: The Office of Global Programs provides servicesdesigned to welcome and support international students, bridgethe gap between international and domestic students, andcultivate opportunities that support global citizenship andleadership for all Penn State students.hfs.psu.edu: Housing and Food Services, the home forinformation about residence halls, housing contracts, androom and board rates.lionpath.psu.edu: The University’s student informationsystem—this is where you will schedule courses and reviewyour student record as a Penn State student.psu.edu: The University’s main website with links tooffices and resources.registrar.psu.edu: Office of the Registrar, find information aboutstudent-centered services, including course registration, grades,academic calendar, and graduation requirements.shc.psu.edu: Schreyer Honors College, Penn State’s honors program,which awards an annual 5,000 Academic Excellence Scholarship(for up to four years) to those offered first-year admission into thecollege. Schreyer Honors College applications due December 4.studentaid.psu.edu: Office of Student Aid, includes informationabout financial aid including loans, scholarships, and work-study. Applying for Financial Aid: studentaid.psu.edu/apply Types of Aid: studentaid.psu.edu/types-of-aidAdditional InformationThe Pennsylvania State University: The University’s fullname used for formal documents, legal contracts, mailingaddresses, certificates, and forms; the Universityis commonly referred to as Penn StateSchool Colors:NAVY BLUE AND WHITENittany Lion: Penn State’s school mascot,modeled after the mountain lions that onceroamed the region; the Nittany Lion takes itsname from Mount Nittany, a local landmarknear Penn State’s University Park campusAll In: An ongoing commitment to spotlightthe importance of diversity and inclusivityat Penn State, and inspire all members ofthe community to take an active role inpromoting respect and diversity; for moreinformation visit: allin.psu.edu

APPLYING TOPENN STATEAdmission ChecklistTo complete your application for review for admission,you will need to submit the following:1 Your online application2 A copy of your Self Reported Academic Record (SRAR)—secondary school records only if required for your educational system3English proficiency. All international students whose nativelanguage is not English must provide proof of languageproficiency in any ONE of the following ways:— A minimum TOEFL score of 80 on the Internet based exam— A minimum IELTS score of 6.5 on the academic test— SAT score of 570 or higher on the Evidence-BasedReading and Writing Section—ACT score of 24 or higher on the English section— IGCSE score of A, B, or C on the English language exam— IB score of 5 or higher on the English exam— Certification through Penn State’s Intensive EnglishCommunication Program4Official SAT/ACT scores5 75 nonrefundable application fee6 An official copy of your postsecondary (university)school records (if applicable)7A certified, line-by-line English translation of originalpostsecondary school records (if applicable)If you have a question, /or contact us at admissions@psu.edu.Admission Timelinefor International StudentsSummer/fall admissionApplication available: August 1Complete application priority filing date: February 1Notification date: By May 1Spring admissionApplication available: June 1Complete application priority filing date: October 1Notification date: By December 1

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