There are many stressors for young adults heading off to college: How will I find my classes? Will I like my roommate? How do I prevent the Freshman 15?
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Consultation services are available to faculty regarding concerns about student behavior, with Residential Life Staff (namely RD’s and CA’s) regarding programming in their residences or management of high-risk situations involving their residents, or with parents of PSU students regarding AOD-related topics and/or concerns about the student, e.g., “do’s and don’ts” of parenting a son or daughter addressing an AOD issue.
PSU’s overwhelming success with enrollment for the 2015–16 academic year was the result of focused multi-year investments in admissions, marketing, academic and co-curricular programs, and new and repurposed facilities.
Dean of the First-Year Experience Mark Fischler is a professor, mentor, and friend to countless students. But this past September, he was also a coach for the Panther football team.
An Interview with Donald Hall ■ Diane Jeffrey ’97, Director of the Silver Center for the Arts When I tell people that I am director of PSU’s Silver Center for the Arts, they often say “That sounds like fun!” Not only do I confirm their suspicions, I often tell them about the fascinating people I […]
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