Pennsylvania State University

Pennsylvania State University

About The Pennsylvania State University

Pennsylvania State University is a public research university providing education for the state and global students through its various educational programs which are being offered both on campus and online.

It is popularly known as Penn State University. It consists of more than 47,199 students with over 17,000 faculties and staff across 24 campuses present in various locations of Pennsylvania. It was given land by the state itself to provide education and is the only university which got the land from the state.

It is the largest public university in the state and is known for offering one of the best undergraduate Teaching Programs.

Its Penn State acceptance rate (PSU) is of 58% whereas its graduation rate is 25%, according to the U.S. Department of Education. The student-faculty ratio is 13:1.

Schools in The Pennsylvania State University

College of Agricultural Sciences

College of Arts and Architecture

College of Education

College of Engineering

Smeal College of Business

College of Medicine

College of Nursing

The Graduate School

Disciplines available

Donald P. Bellisario College of Communication

College of Earth and Mineral Sciences

College of Health and Human Development

College of Information Sciences and Technology

Dickinson Law

Penn State Law

College of the Liberal Arts

Eberly College of Science

Schreyer Honors College

Pennsylvania College of Technology