Penn State Beaver

Student, professor create a little something in chemistry lab

Kelan Fogarty and Dr. Michael Hay have been hard at work in the lab this summer after creating a new polymer.
Read More
A Nittany Lion mascot statue sits on a bench with a pumpkin in his lap. Words: Penn State Day Fall Open House September 21.

Get to know us during our Penn State Day Fall Open House. You'll meet students, sit in on a classroom lecture, and get your admissions and financial aid questions answered.

Find out more
A girl and her mother talk to a college rep.

Join us Tuesday, October 1, for the Beaver County College Fair, where over 100 colleges, universities and other organizations will help students decide the best plan for their future.

College Fair information

Senior has prime job awaiting her

As the semester is coming to a close, graduating senior Katie Work knows exactly where she's going next.
Read More

Latest News

A student is working in front of a glass box. Rubber gloves, that are built into the box, extend up to his elbows as he reaches into the chamber.

Penn State Beaver student, professor create polymer

Student Kelan Fogarty and chemistry professor Michael Hay are spending the summer in the lab doing research in relation to a polymer they have created.
Two men and a woman standing in front of a beam with signatures and messages such as "PSU" written on it.

Penn State University Libraries leads the way in global engagement

Its central status in the Penn State community puts the University Libraries in a unique position to do many things. One of these is global outreach, which is where Mark Mattson, global partnerships and outreach librarian, comes in.
Police cruiser graphic

Penn State police to serve free refreshments to employees this summer

Penn State police officers across Pennsylvania will host events for Penn State employees this summer featuring a variety of refreshments, from free coffee to pizza to ice cream and more.
A forest is pictured with the floor around the trees covered in newly grown green wild ramps.

Penn State Beaver biology professor studying wild ramps in Pennsylvania

Penn State Beaver Professor of Biology Sarah Nilson and a team of researchers are working to determine if wild ramps that grow in Pennsylvania should be considered a vulnerable species.