Every step of the way
The College of the Liberal Arts is a community of people with a genuine interest in developing long-standing interpersonal relationships that help you succeed before and after you graduate.
Helping you find ways to afford your Penn State Liberal Arts education is one of Dean Lang’s highest priorities. The college offers a variety of scholarships and funding sources to help you afford tuition and out-of-classroom experiences like internships, education abroad, and research.
The College of the Liberal Arts is a community of people with a genuine interest in developing long-standing interpersonal relationships that help students succeed before and after they graduate. With this goal in mind, Liberal Arts Student Services support and connect students with the resources and opportunities they need to be successful. Our Student Services offices are all centrally located on the first floor of Sparks Building.
- Academic Advising
- Academic Scholarships
- Career Enrichment Network
- Chaiken Center for Student Success
- Office of Equity, Inclusion, and Diversity
- Paterno Fellows Program
The College of the Liberal Arts is home to nearly 150 undergraduate majors, minors, integrated undergraduate-graduate degrees (IUGs), associate degrees, and certificates.
The college is also home to faculty and staff who are readily available to help you on your academic journey. Learn about academic integrity and recovery, honors education, commencement, and more!
Beyond the Classroom
Learning outside the classroom is an important part of a Penn State Liberal Arts education. Participating in out-of-classroom experiences like internships, education abroad, and research can play an integral role in personal, academic, and career development, offering students the opportunity to set themselves apart.
Our Career Enrichment Network offers a variety of professional development opportunities for students, including our Alumni Mentor Program, a Living Learning Community, and Liberal Arts Career Week.