Tips To Visitors

  1. Campus tours are hour-long walking tours led by a student tour guide. Dress appropriately for the weather and wear comfortable shoes.
  2. If anyone from your party needs disability accommodation, please let us know in advance.  We can be reached at 800-842-6900 from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
  3. Make sure you have directions before you leave and have necessary parking information. Remember that our physical address is different than our mailing address.
  4. If you are interested in meeting with a faculty member or coach, you should contact the academic department or  the athletics department directly to schedule a meeting.
  5. If you have questions about financial aidthe Financial Aid department does accept walk-ins.  You are welcome to visit them while you are on campus.
  6. During inclement weather, PSU may be closed for the day (during a snow storm, for example).  Please check the PSU home page before coming to campus.
  7. Please schedule your visit at least one week in advance to be sure we can accommodate you.
  8. Anticipate large groups visiting campus during school vacation weeks.
  9. If you have a larger group of students who would like to come to campus, please contact Leslie Castonia to arrange the visit.
  10. Interviews are not required, but counselors are available after the tour to answer any questions you or members of your party may have.  If you have special circumstances you would like to share with a counselor, you may request a one on one interview.
  11. If you have questions or something you would like to discuss concerning your grades or class choices, please bring a copy of your transcripts to help us during the discussion.

If you have any additional questions, don’t hesitate to contact the Admission Office.

What our students, alumni, & faculty say

Dillon Bissell ’15

Dillon BissellDigital Media Advertising

“Before, most of what we learned is about actually using the tools and making a design. But now it’s applying that design to actual marketing campaigns, and that’s a really important thing to learn before we actually get a job in that field.”

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