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On-Campus Information and Resources

This page will help you acclimate to life as a Penn State student. The information included ranges from how to get your Penn State ID card to where you can eat on-campus.

  • Bursar - Information on tuition rates, bills, and due dates.
  • Campus Maps - Includes campus building maps and university parking maps.
  • Lionpath - Lionpath provides secure real-time access to academic and financial records in the University's administrative database.  Should you need assistance navigating LionPath, please visit the Help page at http://launch.lionpath.psu.edu/ and visit the "Graduate Students" section.  Note: In order to access LionPath, you must have a fully executed Penn State Access Account.
  • ID+ Card - The Penn State ID card which can be used as photo identification, entrance to campus buildings, library spending, and much more.
  • On-Campus Eateries - Information on the various places to eat when you are on-campus: including the Blue Chip Bistro (located in the Business Building).
  • Registrar - The registrar issues student transcripts and has important information including how to complete your registration and university graduation details.
  • Office of Disability Services - The Office for Disability Services is responsible for coordinating support services, reasonable academic accommodations, and promoting disability awareness in the university community.
  • Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) - The CAPS staff works with thousands of Penn State students per year in group therapy, individual counseling, crisis intervention, and psychiatric services as well as providing prevention, outreach, and consultation services for the University community.
  • Office of Veterans Programs - The Office of Veterans Programs at the University Park campus is organized as a comprehensive, direct service unit for veterans and Department of Veterans Affairs (DVA) benefits recipients.
  • Diversity at Smeal - Our diversity office works with incoming, current, and international students to enrich the academic experience, while connecting corporate partners to potential recruits.
  • LGBTQA Student Resource Center - The LGBTQA Student Resource Center provides a range of programming, education, information, and advocacy services to create and maintain an open, safe, and inclusive environment for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender, and queer students at Penn State University. 
  • Center for Gender Equity - This Center supports students who have been impacted by sexual violence, relationship violence, stalking, harassment, and other campus climate issues. 
  • Graduate & Professional Student Association - The  Graduate and Professional Student Association represent and support the graduate and professional student community by supporting scholarly activities and providing leadership, service, and social opportunities.