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NEW STUDENTS! #WeAre so excited that you will be joining the Penn State Mont Alto campus community this fall! ALL new students are welcome and required to participate in Founders Convocation and Welcome Week Kick-Off on Saturday,  August 24.

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Kerala India

Foreign study course includes trip to India

Penn State students studying health care, sports or community disciplines can enroll in the elective course NURS 499 for the fall 2019 semester to learn about their field of interest and then travel to Kerala, India, to perform community service as it relates to their field of study while also seeing some of India’s landmark sites.
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Penn State police to serve free refreshments to employees this summer

Penn State police officers across Pennsylvania will host events for Penn State employees this summer featuring a variety of refreshments, from free coffee to pizza to ice cream and more.
Educators from 7 Penn State campuses and the University of Virginia attend the 2019 Human Flourishing Summer Teaching Institute

Course in 'The Art and Science of Human Flourishing' expanding to 7 campuses

Based upon early successes, “The Art and Science of Human Flourishing” will be offered as a three-credit course at seven Penn State campuses — Altoona, Brandywine, Fayette, Greater Allegheny, Mont Alto, University Park and York — and is the focus of a research study evaluating possible outcomes in increased student health and well-being.
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Summer information sessions for prospective students

High school juniors, seniors and their families are invited to Spend a Summer Evening or Day at the Penn State Mont Alto campus, when students and their parents will have the opportunity to learn about Penn State and the college admissions process.
Katy Grimm and Kaylee Read

Mont Alto nursing students present research

Penn State Mont Alto College of Nursing students Kaylee Read and Katherine "Katy" Grimm presented research that could help members of the Waynesboro Hospital Board make good decisions for patient care.