All spring semester classes begin remotely on Jan. 19, 2021, with a plan to return to scheduled in-person courses on Feb. 15. Penn State is focused on supporting students and helping them meet their desired educational outcomes no matter the method of delivery. We’re here to support your success. Advisers are available to assist students.
Penn State continues to provide educational opportunities that meet or exceed the Pennsylvania Department of Education guidelines for colleges and universities to operate safely, both remotely and in-person.
Penn State York’s new Joe and Rosie Ruhl Student Community Center offers students a better place to gather, study, eat, work out, have fun in-between classes, and engage with other members of the campus community.
The winning writers of Penn State University Libraries Short Stories’ “A Night at the Circus” spring 2021 contest have been announced. Representing five Penn State campuses, the latest writing contest encouraged students, faculty and staff across the commonwealth to submit their best circus-themed creative writing in the form of short stories or poetry.
Give Local York fundraiser is set for May 7 and the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at Penn State York hopes to raise funds to help sustain their programming for adults who never want to stop learning.
Penn State IT worked with the Office of Physical Plant to determine locations for adding wireless coverage at select parking lots across the campuses last summer. This allowed commuter students access to work safely between classes while following social distancing protocols.
Spring commencement is set for 11 a.m. Saturday, May 8 when Penn State York holds its ceremony in PeoplesBank Park in downtown York, Pennsylvania. This is the campus' first ceremony at the ballpark. All COVID-19 protocols will be followed.