Early to College students attend Penn State Mont Alto classes at their high school

Early to College

Local high school students have benefitted for years from taking Early to College classes at Penn State Mont Alto. 

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Mont Alto LaunchBox Open House

Open house unveils Mont Alto LaunchBox

Penn State Mont Alto Chancellor Francis K. Achampong hosted an open house and reception on Nov. 16 to introduce the Mont Alto LaunchBox, a program to promote entrepreneurship in Franklin County. The event was held in conjunction with Penn State’s Global Entrepreneurship Week, Nov. 12-16, and highlighted what Penn State is doing to promote entrepreneurship.
Mont Alto Alumni at Tailgate

Alumni gather at ninth annual homecoming tailgate

About 150 Penn State Mont Alto alumni, family members, and friends gathered at the Nittany Lion Inn on Nov. 11 for Mont Alto’s ninth annual Alumni and Friends Tailgate. The event was held prior to Penn State's Homecoming football game against Rutgers.
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Penn State Mont Alto #GivingTuesday gift challenge

Raise your voice. Give back on #GivingTuesday. Anyone making a gift to the Penn State Mont Alto Athletics Fund from 6:55 p.m. on Nov. 27 through midnight on Nov. 28 will be generously matched up to $5,000 by Joshua Dunklebarger, class of 2002, and his wife, Erica, class of 2005. Mont Alto Athletics is one of Penn State’s matching gift challenges available during a 24-hour giving event, #GivingTuesday.
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SVA hosts Veterans Day Ceremony at Mont Alto Campus

The Penn State Mont Alto Student Veterans Association will host a Veterans Day ceremony beginning at 12:20 p.m. Nov. 10 at the Veterans Memorial in front of Conklin Hall. Chief Master Sgt. William A. Lengner, superintendent of the 193rd Special Operations Group Middletown, will be the featured speaker.
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Evening talk to highlight pathos, star party follows

Penn State Mont Alto will host a free, public Evening Talk and Star Party beginning at 7:30 p.m. on Nov. 9 in the General Studies Auditorium, with David Seitz, Mont Alto associate professor of communications, presenting “Speaking to the Heart: The Rhetorical Appeal of Pathos.” Following the talk, Kimberly Herrmann, assistant professor of physics and astronomy, will lead a “moonless” star party from 8:45 to 10 p.m.