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 Collectively, Penn State serves over 47,000 students each year. We have many campuses across the entire state of Pennsylvania.

Penn State's University Park campus in Centre County is the administrative hub of a statewide system of campuses. It is the primary site for graduate study and enrolls more than half of all Penn State undergraduates.

Recently Penn State implemented a teaching technique that eventually will reach new learners throughout the Commonwealth, and well beyond--the virtual Penn State
World Campus

Individual links to other Penn State campuses and locations:

Penn State Abington
Penn State Altoona
Penn State Berks
Penn State Beaver
Penn State Harrisburg
Penn State Brandywine
Penn State DuBois
Penn State Erie, Behrend College
Penn State Fayette
Penn State Hazleton
Penn State Lehigh Valley
Penn State Greater Allegheny
Penn State Mont Alto
Penn State New Kensington
Penn State Schuylkill
Penn State Shenango
Penn State Wilkes-Barre
Penn State Worthington-Scranton
Penn State York

Special mission campuses and related links:

The Dickinson School of Law in Carlisle, PA, enjoys an excellent academic reputation and is particularly noted for its first-rate advocacy training, extensive international and business curricula, and numerous clinical educational opportunities.

Penn State Great Valley, near Philadelphia, offers master's degree studies in several fields.

The College of Medicine, in Hershey at The Milton S. Hershey Medical Center, which is owned and operated by Penn State, awards the doctor of medicine degree and, in conjunction with the Graduate School, the Ph.D. and M.S. degrees in a few fields.

The Pennsylvania College of Technology (formerly Williamsport Area Community College) became a wholly-owned affiliate of the Corporation for Penn State in 1989 by an act of the state legislature.