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Campus helps to combat food insecurity

On September 6, a crew at Penn State Greater Allegheny broke ground on a new community garden with the hopes of helping to combat food insecurity in the local neighborhoods.

      food in·se·cu·ri·ty
      noun   1. the state of being without reliable access to a sufficient quantity of affordable, nutritious food.

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14th Annual All That's Jazz Scholarship Benefit set for October 14th

Penn State Greater Allegheny will celebrate 14 years of great jazz music, delicious food, fun, and fellowship at the 14th annual All That’s Jazz Scholarship Benefit.

The events will be held Saturday, October 14 in the Student Community Center on campus. 

More than $1 million has been raised for scholarships in the past 13 years through All That’s Jazz.

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Welcome back students

The past few weeks have been filled with the hustle and bustle of the Penn State Greater Allegheny community getting ready to welcome back students for fall classes. 

The time has come.  Students began arriving on campus this week in anticipation of the first day of classes – Monday, August 21.

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Student travels to Africa

Shakeria Carter, a senior majoring in Communications, is spending the next four months in Ghana, West Africa as a full-time student at the University of Ghana.  She will also be teaching at Future Leaders, which aids underprivileged students of Ghana. 

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Students at Greater Allegheny campus to experience no tuition increase for 2017-18

Penn State Greater Allegheny in-state resident students will see no increase in tuition for the 2017-18 academic year.  

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Gearing up for the 14th Annual All That’s Jazz Scholarship Benefit

The 14th annual All That’s Jazz Scholarship benefit has received a grant from the Penn State Bookstores. 

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Campus prepares for incoming students

Summer is just beginning, but the Penn State Greater Allegheny campus is gearing up for the fall 2017 semester.  The first New Student Orientation (NSO) sessions were held on May 26 and June 7.

Military information

Penn State Greater Allegheny offers programs for veterans

You served your country.  Now let Penn State help you achieve your goals.  

Many members and former members of the armed services have earned educational benefits as a result of their service. Eligible students may use their benefits to supplement their financial aid package. Veterans can be certified under several chapters:  

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Living the Dream

Choose Penn State Greater Allegheny as part of the 2+2 Program and choose the freedom to live and learn in an environment that suits you best.

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Studentpalooza!

The student takeover was a great success!

The Accepted Student program at Penn State Greater Allegheny on Thursday, April 6 was run entirely by students. Current students served as speakers, panelists, and even photographers.  The staff took the night off, and relaxed in their tie-dye t-shirts!

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