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SADA awards the Arc with inaugural award

SADA announces inaugural award recipient

Penn State Altoona's Students Advocating for Disability Awareness (SADA) organization presented The Arc of Blair County with its inaugural SADA Star Award.
stress-free zone sign

De-Stress week is back

From April 24-28, visit the Stress-Free Zone in room 128H of the Learning Resources Center and take some time for yourself.
Sharon Risher

Distinguished Speaker Sharon Risher to speak Apr. 18

Sharon Risher, who lost her mother and two cousins in the Charleston, South Carolina, church shooting, will speak on campus Tuesday, April 18.

Altoona raises over $68,000 for THON to rank second among Commonwealth campuses

Penn State's THON 2017 raised more than $10 million for Four Diamonds at Penn State Hershey Children's Hospital. Altoona students raised $68,919.10 to rank second among Commonwealth campuses.

Student Aid Webinar Video - 2/15/2017

A 60 minute webinar presentation with David Pearlman, Director of Student Aid.

AA Read In

Penn State Altoona announces 2017 African American Read-In events

Penn State Altoona will take part in the national African American Read-In by hosting several events, open to the public, on campus Feb. 12-13.

Major General Mark Graham to present for Distinguished Speaker Series

Major General Mark Graham and wife Carol will share their story at Penn State Altoona of losing two sons to different types of battles in order to spread Mental Health Awareness.

University-wide survey released on students’ attitudes on sexual misconduct

Penn State Altoona released the results of a survey of students’ experiences with and attitudes about sexual misconduct today (April 13), including a finding that 13.9 percent of students reported being the victim of at least one instance or attempt of sexual assault. The results are part of a comprehensive University-wide survey conducted last fall.