Academic Resources

Student being advised on courses


Penn State’s Academic Advising Program is designed to help students set educational goals, use resources to discover academic opportunities, and connect those opportunities to your goals.  Through academic advising, you will think about the purposes, processes and results of your education

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The Office of the Campus Registrar handles course scheduling and also ensures the confidentiality of student records. Choose one of the links below for information on course schedules, requesting transcripts, obtaining grades, and more. If you need further assistance, contact us and we will be glad to assist you. A number of resources are also offered through the University Registrar.​

Students using computers in the Library

John H. Gruskin Learning Center

More information coming soon. 

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Center for Academic and Career Excellence (ACE)

ACE provides academic and non-academic services to students who meet federal eligibility requirements and agree to participate in the program. This includes first-generation college students, those from low-income families, and students with disabilities. 

Disability Services

More information coming soon 

Information Technology

The Penn State Greater Allegheny computer labs and helpdesk are located on the lower level of the Crawford building.  Students, faculty, and staff may use the labs at any time during operating hours, as long as the lab is not reserved for a class or other activity.  Labs can be reserved through the registrar's office.  Lab reservations will be posted outside of each lab daily.  ​