500 E College Avenue, State College
Rare corner unit on 6th floor with views of campus and Mt Nittany. Hetzel Plaza is a well maintained and professionally managed condo association with recently updated halls and elevators. This is across the street from campus and near great restaurants. This unit has a large bedroom, ample closet space, full bath and is situated right off the elevator and exit stairs. Rental Permit is for 3 students. Furniture included. Laundry facilities in basement. Currently vacant and not leased for 2022, ready for your student occupancy. Call KBB at 814-238-8080 to see ANY home that's for sale or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
861 Thomas Street, State College
One of a kind investment property! Located on a quiet borough street in College Heights, this mid-century modern property features two open concept apartments with contemporary finishes and two one-bedroom apartments below, both currently under lease with long-term tenants in place. Large main floor apartment is perfect for owner occupancy and upper apartment is a short term rental legend in the making. Location location location with every attention paid to detail. Best news yet? All apartments have rental permits, including student permitted tenancy. 24 hour notice needed (for basement apartments only.)
1221 Old Boalsburg Road, State College
One of a Kind Student Permitted Rental in State College Borough just blocks from PSU & Downtown State College. 4 units total ' 1st Unit - Main house features 3 bedrooms & 1 bathrooms; Living room with loads of character, nice kitchen, dining room & lots of closet storage, each unit has a basement space. 2nd Unit ' back of main house with nice kitchen, living room, 1 bedroom & 1 bathroom. Additional infill duplex behind main house ' Unit 3 & Unit 4 - features nice kitchens, living rooms, 1 bedroom & 1 bathroom in each unit. Both have basements and Washer and Dryer Hookups. Convenient porch off the duplex & great outside spaces. There is a total of 5/6 off street parking spots off the shared driveway. AMAZING INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY.
ALL ABOUT PENN STATE: Penn State Thon 2021
The Penn State Dance Marathon "THON" is led by students at Penn State University. The Penn State IFC/Panhellenic Dance Marathon is a year-long fundraising and awareness campaign in the fight against childhood cancer. This effort engages more than 16,500 students who are committed to one goal: conquering childhood cancer.
THON is just around the corner with the weekend set to begin on Feb. 19.
Unlike past years, the event will be held completely remote.
The entire 46 hours of THON will be available through a livestream on THON's website. The stream is set to begin at 6 p.m. on Feb. 19.
The livestream will be broadcasted by 46 Live, a student production company at Penn State.
All about Penn State: Penn State Ranked one of the best institutions for online programs
According to U.S. News Ranks Penn State World Campus received six top-10 placements in Best Online Programs rankings for the fifth year in a row.
Now more than ever, online education is very important as it may be the only option for some people. Cyber learning and working from home are a new normal for everyone.
For the fifth straight year, Penn State is the most recognized university in U.S. News and World Report’s annual rankings of the best online degree programs in the country.
The U.S. News and World Report’s 2021 Best Online Programs rankings, which were released today (Jan. 26), placed Penn State World Campus, the University’s online campus, in the top 10...
All about Penn State: PSU Spring Semester
The Spring Semester has been delayed for students to return to campus due to the virus. In-person classes have been delayed until Feb.15th following the remote period.
At this time, classes will transition to their regularly scheduled mode and resume across all campus locations on Feb. 15, though this date could change based on health and safety factors and guidance from the state. As currently scheduled, the 15-week semester will end on April 30, with finals week following from May 3-7.
This decision is also in alignment with the recent health and safety recommendations for higher education institutions from Pennsylvania’s departments of Health and Education.
All Students must have a negative test result before returning to campus this Spring if they live on campus.The university is not *officially* regulating these procedures for students who live off-campus, but this doesn’t mean...
All About Penn State | Centre County partners with Penn State to ensure voter safety this November
Election day being November 3rd, which is coming up in just a few days- it is important that Penn State students are able to safely get their votes in.
Election offices across the country have had to determine the best ways to allow voters to safely cast their ballots amid the coronavirus pandemic, and Centre County is no exception.
Michael Pipe, chair of the Centre County Board of Commissioners and a member of the Centre County Board of Elections, has overseen the satellite elections office at the Bryce Jordan Center since Oct. 7.
This center was a relocation of two polling places for the precincts 24 and 44, which were formerly...
The Big 10 announced this week that they are going to resume the 2020 football season. That means Penn State Football is back!
They announced that the season is set to begin Oct. 23-24. The release included significant detail about daily testing for COVID-19 and the establishment of a cardiac registry to determine the virus' effects on athletes.
If a player is diagnosed with COVID-19, he must wait 21 days before returning to play. Daily testing will begin by Sept. 30, the conference said.
Penn State Athletic Director Sandy Barbour stated "The opportunity to safely return to athletic competition is a positive for...
With the Fall season approaching, everyone has one question- What will Penn State Sports look like this Fall? Fall sports are a staple in the town of State College, PA.
Penn State was among the 11 Big Ten schools that voted in August to postpone the 2020 fall sports season, according to Sports Illustrated's Pat Forde.
The Big Ten said Monday that its Council of Presidents and Chancellors voted 11-3 to postpone fall sports. The result "far" exceeded the conference rule that 60 percent of the presidents agree to pass votes, according to the Big Ten. Ohio State, Nebraska and Iowa voted against the measure, Forde reported.
Penn State students spent this past weekend moving back to Happy Valley. Due to the COVID19 pandemic, it has been quite a different process than normal. The Borough of State College, where Penn State University calls home, has a masking ordinance in place that will be enforced.
This year for Penn State students will be a different atmosphere than before. As students return, Penn State and the borough have established rules for wearing face masks, social distancing and have limited gatherings in an effort to prevent spread of the coronavirus. This will limit all sporting events and social events that have been a huge part of the Penn State Community.
Some students that have returned to campus have been receiving backlash for not following these guidelines. This has been addressed and students are...