Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) Update

On March 11th the University announced that beginning March 16th instruction for all students will be moving to a remote delivery format. On March 18th, it was announced that the University is extending remote course delivery through the spring semester. Learn more at gradschool.psu.edu/covid19.

In the interest of protecting the health and safety of students, faculty, staff and community members, the Graduate School has adjusted its operations to a remote format. Official business is being conducted by email, phone or videoconference until further notice. MORE INFO>

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Financing graduate education is an important topic for both students who are applying to attend Penn State and those who are already enrolled. There are numerous sources of support from inside the University and from external agencies that afford funding for graduate students. Sometimes, a single source is insufficient to meet all your needs. Be sure to search early for support, typically a year before you need the money, and don't be afraid to apply through multiple avenues. The informational links will help to identify a host of opportunities.

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