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Graduate Student Resource Guide

The Office of Human Resources provides resource booklets on child care facilities in the State College area and summer programs and camps for school-age children.

International Student Services provides answers to questions and needs that are
unique to international students. The office is located at 410 Boucke Building.

Graduate and Professional Student Association (GPSA) is the representative body for all graduate and professional students. The GPSA addresses issues of concern to graduate students and elects members to sit on shared-governance bodies of the University. The GPSA also organizes social events for graduate students.

Lions Pantry is to help provide sustenance to Penn State students experiencing food insecurity.

The Office of Student Aid is a good place to begin the search for financial assistance.

The Office for Disability Services provides information and assistance to students
with disabilities.

The Graduate Writing Center is sponsored by the Graduate School and provides assistance to
graduate students who wish to enhance their writing skills. Graduate students are
invited to schedule appointments for one-on-one discussions of their writing projects.

Penn State Escort Service is operated under the auspices of Police Services and will
provide an escort for students walking on campus after dark. The escort service may be
reached at 814-865-WALK (9255).

Off-Campus Housing opportunities are listed in 213 HUB-Robeson Center.

Office of Student Conduct is responsible for dealing with violations of the Code of
Conduct including sexual assault, harassing, stalking, and physical assault.

The Code of Conduct is available at from The Office of Student Conduct.

The Affirmative Action Office is committed to ensuring the University maintains an
environment free of harassment and discrimination.


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