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The College of the Liberal Arts is a community of students, alumni, faculty, and staff. Leveraging this network for your benefit means taking advantage of programs and opportunities to connect with alumni, peers and others in the college who can enrich your experience while you're here and help you make the transition to life after college.

International Student Programming

The College of the Liberal Arts values international students and all the diversity they bring to Penn State. We realize that it can be difficult to leave your home country and make Penn State your academic home. To help ease your transition, the college has a variety of resources to help you succeed.
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Diversity and Inclusion

The College of the Liberal Arts is committed to the recruitment, development, graduation, and placement of outstanding students from diverse backgrounds. In addition to substantial financial aid, minority students at Penn State and in the Liberal Arts can count on funding, support services, cultural events, and research and professional development opportunities that they need to reach their goals.
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Alumni Mentor Program

This program pairs students with alumni who studied in similar majors or work in fields related to their career goals. 
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Liberal Arts Undergraduate Council

The Liberal Arts Undergraduate Council is a group of students who advise the Associate Dean for Undergraduate Studies on issues of student concern, host college-wide events, and represent Liberal Arts in various University-wide settings. They also participate in University events like THON. 
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Liberal Arts Ambassadors

The Liberal Arts Ambassadors help to recruit new students and to welcome alumni back to campus. They give campus tours to distinguished alumni and to high school students considering Penn State. They organize and staff events and activities ranging from career and networking events, to award receptions, to informational panels for new students. Learn More

Student Organizations

Name a hobby, interest, or major and there is probably a "student org" for that.
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