admissions events

Spend a summer day at New Kensington campus June 24

Students considering Penn State New Kensington for their college careers can get a taste of campus life by spending a summer day at Penn State New Kensington on June 24. Participants will meet staff and current students, and find out all they need to know about admissions, financial aid and student life.

New Kensington campus to hold two admissions events in October

The Office of Enrollment Management at Penn State New Kensington is offering two events for prospective students and their families to discover the benefits of attending the campus. New Kensington's Penn State Day Open House is from 6:30 to 9 p.m. Oct. 19 in the campus Forum Theatre, and the "Be a Penn State Student for a Day" program will take place from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Oct. 26.

New Kensington admissions events geared toward prospective students, parents

Prospective students and their families will have the opportunity to discover the benefits of attending Penn State New Kensington at two admissions events during the last week of September. The programs, Fall Open House and Application Day, will acquaint students and parents with the campus and Penn State's wide variety of academic majors.

Visit New Kensington for a ‘real’ look at a college campus

Traditional students, adult learners and veterans can see if the New Kensington campus fits their reality at the “Spend a Summer Evening” admissions event at 6:30 p.m. Aug. 11 in the Conference Center. Participants will meet staff and current students, and find out all they need to know about admissions, financial aid and student life. Students and their families can tour the campus and enjoy light refreshments.

Free samples of campus life at New Kensington available during the summer

Traditional students, adult learners and veterans can try a slice of campus life July 27 during a “Spend a Summer Day” admissions event. Participants will meet staff and current students, and find out all they need to know about admissions, financial aid and student life. Those who can't make the July event will have an opportunity to spend an evening on campus Aug. 11.