Prospective students interested in Penn State invited to Information Session


Students who attend will have application fee waived 

CENTER VALLEY, Pa. (Mar. 22, 2018) – The Penn State Lehigh Valley campus admissions team is hosting multiple events over the coming months for the future class of students looking to begin their Penn State story.

Admissions Information Session

For prospective students who are interested in applying to Penn State and their families, Admissions Overview Presentations will be held on Friday, April 27, May 18, and June 22 from 11:00 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. at the Penn State Lehigh Valley campus located at 2809 Saucon Valley Road in Center Valley, Pennsylvania.

This program will include an overview of the admissions process, academic options and student life opportunities available on campus. All students who attend this program, and have not yet paid the application fee, will have the fee waived.

For more information or to register for one of the upcoming admissions events, visit or call 610-285-5035. On social media, use #admitmePSULV to search for admissions events.

About Penn State Lehigh Valley

Penn State Lehigh Valley provides a world-class education in a small campus setting that integrates innovative teaching, research and community outreach. With its convenient location in Center Valley, traditional students and adult learners can choose from many options including 9 bachelor’s programs, which can be completed at the campus, as well as access to 160 academic programs offered by Penn State University. In addition, students and community members who have a scalable business idea are invited to participate in professional development offered by Lehigh Valley LaunchBox, a business accelerator for early stage entrepreneurs. The campus’ diverse Continuing Education and Outreach programs offer opportunities for professional development, business training and youth programming. For more information, visit

Information Provided By:
Dennille Schuler, PR Specialist, Penn State Lehigh Valley