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Pennsylvania State University ni a àkọsílẹ igbekalẹ ti a da ni 1855.

Tuition fees in Penn State University ni o wa $32,000 (Aprox.).

Nibẹ ni ṣọwọn a ṣigọgọ akoko lori awọn Pennsylvania State University ogba, tun mo bi o ku Valley. pẹlu ni ayika 950 aṣalẹ ati ajo, nibẹ ni o wa ọrọ anfani lati gba kopa ti ni ogba aye. Awọn ile-iwe mascot ni awọn Nittany Lion, ati egbe ti njijadu ni pipin ti mo Big 10 alapejọ. Awọn bọọlu egbe yoo ni Beaver Stadium, eyi ti o jẹ ọkan ninu awọn tobi arenas ni North America pẹlu yara fun diẹ ẹ sii ju 107,000 egeb. Penn Ipinle ni ile si a thriving Greek eto pẹlu fere 90 sororities ati fraternities. About 15,000 omo ile yọǹda ara ni THON, awọn ti akeko-ṣiṣe philanthropy ni aye. Omo owo fun paediatric akàn iwadi ati imo jakejado odun ati ki o kopa ninu a 46-wakati dance-ije – ko si joko tabi sùn laaye. Freshmen gbọdọ gbe ni ọkan ninu awọn marun agbegbe ile on ogba. Kọja awọn ita lati ogba ni State College, a bustling ilu kekere pẹlu ohun orun ti kofi ìsọ, onje, ìsọ ati ifi kún okeene nipa omo. Ti yika nipasẹ òke, awọn ile-iwe jẹ tun sunmo si sikiini, Snowboarding ati irinse anfani.

Ilẹ-eleyinju igbekalẹ, eyi ti akọkọ ti a nṣe ipinle ilẹ ni paṣipaarọ fun ogbin courses ati iwadi, nfun gíga ni ipo mewa eto nipasẹ awọn College of Education ati awọn College of Engineering. Undergraduates gbe awọn Daily Collegian irohin, ati omo gba free ojoojumọ idaako ti The New York Times, USA Today and Centre Daily Timesthe local paper – nipasẹ awọn ile-iwe ká Newspaper oluka Program, akọkọ ti awọn oniwe-ni irú. Akiyesi Alumni ni John Cappelletti, a Heisman Tiroffi Winner ati ki o tele NFL player; ati Valerie Plame Wilson, tele CIA oluranlowo ati onkowe.

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Agricultural Sciences

More jobs are available in agricultural and food systems, sọdọtun agbara, and the environment than qualified graduates to fill them, the U.S. Dept. of Agriculture says.

Arts and Architecture

Immerse yourself in a vibrant arts and design community where creativity, innovativeness, and collaboration reign supreme.

Smeal College of Business

Get down to business. In each of the past three years, Smeal has ranked No. 1 tabi 2 among corporate recruiters surveyed by Bloomberg Businessweek.

Communications

Join the world of news, ìpolówó, or public relations. College of Communicationswhere programs mix practical experience and academic rigor.

Earth and Mineral Sciences

Impact the planet’s future through programs in natural sciences, awujo Imọ, and engineering offered by the College of Earth and Mineral Sciences.

Education

Learn to teach from more than 20 teacher preparation programs, including a Professional Development School that has won four major national awards.

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Become a world-class engineer who learns to use fundamentals and broadbased thinking to discover innovative solutions for worldwide issues.

Health and Human Development

The college is dedicated to improving the quality of life, for the present and the future, with programs and research centered on helping people.

Information Sciences and Technology

Interested in the human aspects of information management? IST programs integrates technology solutions and the people who use it.

Dickinson Law

Our intentionally small class size, reimagined curriculum, and proximity to major legal markets will allow you to practice law from day one and graduate profession-ready.

Penn State Law

Penn State Law offers challenging and innovative classroom and experiential learning with interdisciplinary study opportunities across University Park.

The Liberal Arts

The college’s slogan, “Live to learn, learn to live,” says it all. Typical undergraduates take nearly one-third of their courses in the liberal arts.

College of Medicine

From patient healthcare services to research, you can learn the art and science of medicine with our world-class faculty and programs.

College of Nursing

Ju lọ 2,500 nursing students during a typical year study in associate, baccalaureate, oluwa, and doctoral programs at several Penn State campuses.

Eberly College of Science

From solving mysteries under a microscope to calculating the age of a star, we explore the universe and measure it, ju.

Schreyer Honors College

We strive to achieve academic excellence with integrity, build a global perspective, and create opportunities for leadership and civic engagement.

The Graduate School

We have one of the largest graduate schools in the country, pẹlu 10,000+ graduate students from many countries enrolled at several of our campuses.

Pennsylvania College of Technology

This Penn State affiliate has a national reputation for workforce development, as a technical institute and as a community college.

Division of Undergraduate Studies

Penn State’s Division of Undergraduate Studies enrolls students who are exploring majors before they enter one of our colleges.

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The school was founded as a degree-granting institution on February 22, 1855, by act P.L. 46, No. 50 of the General Assembly of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania as the FarmersHigh School of Pennsylvania. Centre County, Pennsylvania, became the home of the new school when James Irvin of Bellefonte, Pennsylvania, donated 200 awon eka (0.8 km2) of land – the first of 10,101 awon eka (41 km2) the school would eventually acquire. ni 1862, the school’s name was changed to the Agricultural College of Pennsylvania, and with the passage of the Morrill Land-Grant Acts, Pennsylvania selected the school in 1863 to be the state’s sole land-grant college. The school’s name changed to the Pennsylvania State College ni 1874; enrollment fell to 64 undergraduates the following year as the school tried to balance purelyagricultural studies with a more classic education.

George W. Atherton became president of the school in 1882, and broadened the curriculum. Shortly after he introduced engineering studies, Penn State became one of the ten largest engineering schools in the nation. Atherton also expanded the liberal arts and agriculture programs, for which the school began receiving regular appropriations from the state in 1887. A major road in State College has been named in Atherton’s honor. afikun ohun ti, Penn State’s Atherton Hall, a well-furnished and centrally located residence hall, is named not after George Atherton himself, but after his wife, Frances Washburn Atherton. His grave is in front of Schwab Auditorium near Old Main, marked by an engraved marble block in front of his statue.

In the years that followed, Penn State grew significantly, becoming the state’s largest grantor of baccalaureate degrees and reaching an enrollment of 5,000 ni 1936. Around that time, a system of commonwealth campuses was started by President Ralph Dorn Hetzel to provide an alternative for Depression-era students who were economically unable to leave home to attend college.

ni 1953, President Milton S. Eisenhower, brother of then-U.S. President Dwight D. Eisenhower, sought and won permission to elevate the school to university status as The Pennsylvania State University. Under his successor Eric A. Walker (1956–1970), the university acquired hundreds of acres of surrounding land, and enrollment nearly tripled. Ni afikun, ni 1967, the Penn State Milton S. Hershey Medical Center, a college of medicine and hospital, was established in Hershey with a $50 million gift from the Hershey Trust Company.

In the years that followed, Penn State grew significantly, becoming the state’s largest grantor of baccalaureate degrees and reaching an enrollment of 5,000 ni 1936 Around that time, a system of commonwealth campuses was started by President Ralph Dorn Hetzel to provide an alternative for Depression-era students who were economically unable to leave home to attend college.

ni 1953, President Milton S. Eisenhower, brother of then-U.S. President Dwight D. Eisenhower, sought and won permission to elevate the school to university status as The Pennsylvania State University. Under his successor Eric A. Walker (1956–1970), the university acquired hundreds of acres of surrounding land, and enrollment nearly tripled. Ni afikun, ni 1967, the Penn State Milton S. Hershey Medical Center, a college of medicine and hospital, was established in Hershey with a $50 million gift from the Hershey Trust Company.

ni 2011, the university and its football team garnered major international media attention and criticism due to a sex abuse scandal in which university officials were alleged to have covered up incidents of child sexual abuse by former football team defensive coordinator Jerry Sandusky. Athletic director Timothy Curley and Gary Schultz, Senior Vice President for Finance and Business, were indicted for perjury. In the wake of the scandal, coach Joe Paterno was fired and school president Graham B. Spanier was forced to resign by theBoard of Trustees. Sandusky, who maintained his innocence, was indicted and subsequently convicted in June 2012 on 45 counts for the abuse.

A subcommittee of the Board of Trustees engaged former FBI director Louis Freeh to head an independent investigation on the university’s handling of the incidents. Despite never interviewing many of people he later accused and admitting some of his conclusions were based on circumstantial evidence, Freeh released his findings in July 2012, announcing that Paterno, along with Spanier, Curley and Schultzconceal[ed] Sandusky’s activities from the Board of Trustees, the University community and authorities” ati “failed to protect against a child sexual predator harming children for over a decade.” lori Keje 23, 2012, the National Collegiate Athletic Association announced a series of sanctions against Penn State and the Nittany Lions football team for the role of their leadership in the Penn State sex abuse scandal. The NCAA penalized Penn State football with a $60 million fine, a ban from bowl games and post-season play for 4 years, a reduction in scholarships from 25 to 15 per year for four years, the vacating of all wins from 1998 to 2011 and a 5-year probationary period.

The validity of the sanctions later came into question, and emails surfaced that indicated highly ranked officials within the NCAA did not believe the organization had the jurisdiction to pass down the original sanctions.Subsequent emails, brought forward under subpoena, quoted Mark Emmert, the NCAA President, as agreeing the original sanctions were possible due to a bluff by the NCAA. lori Kẹsán 8, 2014, the sanctions, following a report by former U.S. Senator and athletics integrity monitor George J. Mitchell citing progress by Penn State in implementing reforms, were officially repealed by the NCAA and all previous records were restored.

In the years after the scandal, the Freeh report and its conclusions have come under significant doubt. An investigation led by former U.S. Attorney General Richard Thornburgh concluded that Freeh report that placed so much blame on Penn State and Paterno was arush to injusticethat could not be relied upon. More strongly, he found that not only did the evidencefall far shortof showing Paterno attempted to conceal the Sandusky scandal, but rather thatthe contrary is true.”. ni Kọkànlá Oṣù 2014, state Sen. Jake Corman released emails showingregular and substantivecontact between NCAA officials and Freeh’s investigators, suggesting that the Freeh conclusions were orchestrated.

 


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