While many regional campuses are relatively young, Penn State Lehigh Valley touts over a century of experience. Originally a small professional training institute, Penn State Lehigh Valley remains an intimate campus, with an average enrollment that often hovers under 1,000.
PSU Lehigh Valley’s academics include a variety of certificates and bachelor’s degrees:
*Information Sciences and Technology
*Childhood and Early Adolescent Education
*Letters, Arts and Sciences
Additionally, the school offers minors in Business, Information Sciences and Civic Engagement. A postgraduate certification in Educational Leadership, which meets Pennsylvania’s requirements for K-12 principals, is also available.
As with Penn State’s other branch campuses, Lehigh Valley has a transfer agreement with the main campus in University Park. You can spend your first two years studying at Lehigh Valley, then transfer to University Park to study one of over 160 bachelor’s degree programs.
Student life at Penn State Lehigh Valley offers more than 25 clubs and organizations, as well as intramural and club sports. Lehigh Valley does not have any residence halls, but there are several off-campus housing options available nearby.
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