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U N I V E R S I T YP A R KYOUR COMPLETE GUIDETO PENN STATE ARRIVAL26LiveOn3Everything you need to know before and during your arrival to Penn State

Fall Room Assignments Posted: 12:00 p.m. EDT, Tuesday, July 19 eLiving.psu.eduTo Do List:Download Penn State Go, the official all-in-onemobile app for Penn State at mobile.psu.edu.View your room assignment on eLiving.psu.eduand select “My Info My Room”View arrival schedule atarrival.psu.edu/university-parkSchedule Move In at eLiving.psu.edu select “MyRoom Schedule Move In”Please note: We recommend selecting adifferent move in time than your roommate.Contact your roommate and/or suite mates.Provide your mailing address to friends and family,but please do not ship items more than one weekbefore arrival.View your room dimensions, room amenities, andfloor plan at LiveOn.psu.edu/university-park.Review lists of what to pack and what to leavebehind at arrival.psu.edu/university-park.Learn more about connecting your cell phone andlaptop at wireless.psu.edu. For game consoles,TVs, streaming devices, etc., you can setup thesedevices at roomgear.psu.edu.Upload Immunization Records to myUHSstudentaffairs.psu.edu/health/myuhsFind success outside the classroom byworking for Housing and Food Services!Learn more at LiveOn.psu.edu/student-employment.Register your bike at biking.psu.edu.Add LionCash funds to your account atidonline.psu.edu.Don’t forget to bring your Penn State id Card.Where is my residence hall? Where are my classes?Navigate your way around campus with map.psu.eduAlso available within the Penn State Go app.East Halls, University Park

Welcome to Penn State!Congratulations on becoming part of thePenn State family! We are so glad you chosePenn State to continue your studies. We hopethat attending Penn State will allow you toachieve both your academic and career goals.Make yourself at home! Part of life at Penn State is whereyou eat, where you sleep, and who you hang out with.These aspects are what turn Penn State into a community.Your community. Penn State cultivates a sense ofcommunity through spaces on campus where studentscan meet and mingle. So, meet your neighbors. Grab a cupof coffee or a bite to eat. And make yourself at home.Our entire Housing, Food Services, and Residence Lifeteam is excited to make your move-in experience asconvenient as possible. Most of your arrival questionsare answered within these pages. If you have any otherquestions or concerns, please feel free to reach out to us.We are always here for you!Welcome WeekWelcome Week kicks off with your arrival on campus and continues throughthe first few weeks of the semester. Welcome Week includes a variety ofwelcome activities that are designed to help you get to know your new PennState home. For more information and a complete schedule of events, visitWelcomeWeek.psu.edu.Your resident assistant (RA)will be available to meet youduring your arrival at yourresidence hall. You can find theirindividual contact information androom location on the bulletin boards,usually in the lobby area of yourresidence hall.

What to PackAlarm ClockBaskets for toiletries and storageBed risers (traditional residence halls only)Cleaning supplies and paper towelsLaptop or computer, printer, cables and accessoriesDesk lamp, desk suppliesFan (portable), box fan for windowFinancial items (checking/savings account, credit/debit card, health insurance card, Social Securitycard, driver’s license, etc.)First-Aid kit (band-aids, cotton balls, cotton swabs,cold/cough medicine, aspirin, thermometer, masks,at-home COVID tests)Food items (can opener, bottled beverages, coffeemaker with automatic shutoff, one set of silverware/plates/bowls/glasses, snacks, dish detergent/towel).Pots/pans for buildings with kitchens.Games (cards, board games), game consoles andcables (visit roomgear.psu.edu for gaming consoleconnections)HangersLaundry bag/basket and High-Efficiency laundrydetergent (HE detergent)Padlocks for desk, laptop, and bikeRoom decorations*Sewing kit/safety pinsToiletry itemsTowels and bed linens (we recommendextra-long twin or twin XL, size 38” x 80”)Umbrella and rain boots* Visit your residence hall page on the LiveOn websiteto learn how to display items in your room.All rooms are equipped with a microfridge (refrigerator/freezer/microwave combination appliance).Your room is equipped with numerous amenitiesand your residence hall and commons buildingoffer many conveniences. Find out more atarrival.psu.edu for specific details.

What to Leave BehindPlease refer to your Housing and Food Service (HFS)Contract Terms, Conditions, and Regulations for moredetailed information.Air Conditioning units, including portable units and“swamp coolers”Alcohol (alcohol is prohibited on campus,regardless of the resident’s age)AppliancesAshtrays (smoking, vaping, and tobacco productsare prohibited on campus)Candles and incense (for fire safety)Ceiling fansWeapons (i.e. firearms, knives, pellets guns,paint ball guns)GrillsHalogen lampsHeatersLED strip-lightingPets (small fish tanks are allowed)Vacuum cleaners (available for check out at yourcommons desk)WaterbedsWindow Treatments (blinds, draperies)Wireless Routers (these cannot be used inresidence halls because they interfere withPenn State’s wireless network)Skates, skateboards, and scootersLaundryFacilitiesEach residence hall offers a laundry room with high-efficiencywashers and dryers. Nittany Apartments and Nittany Hallhave a laundry room in Nittany Community Center.AppDownload the Speed Queen app to check the availability ofmachines, remaining cycle time, and receive notifications.Enter the building code that is displayed on posters in thelaundry room to customize the app experience.CostsLionCash is the only method to pay for on-campuslaundry. To add LionCash, visit idcard.psu.edu.Items available to check-out from yourCommons Desk: Cleaning Supplies Recreational Equipment Vacuum Cleaners Tool Kit

Need something fixed inyour residence room?Maybe a ceiling light needs replaced, a space is toohot or cold, or a window won’t open or close. JustFixIt! FixIt.psu.edu is our convenient and easy touse on-line maintenance request system.Get ConnectedLearn how to connect your phone, laptop,and tablet to Penn State’s wireless network atwireless.psu.edu. The “psu” wireless network,which is only used for phones, laptops, and tablets,is the network that keeps your mobile devicesconnected in most buildings across campus.RoomgearTo connect most types of home devices to theInternet, such as smart TVs, gaming consoles, andvirtual assistants (i.e. Alexa or Echo), they must beregistered and connected to roomgear.psu.edu.The “roomgear” network is intended to be availableinside the buildings in which it is broadcast. There isno cable service in student rooms.Personal wireless routers are prohibited.

LiveOn WorkOnNow that you’ve made the decision to join our campuscommunity, why not think about joining our team? Wehave numerous positions available in a variety of areas,including the Commons Desks, and Residential andRetail Dining.Working for Housing and Food Services offersmany benefits: Competitive salary with merit increasesOn-the-job trainingGreat work experienceStudent management positionsChecks are direct deposited bi-weeklyConvenient campus work locations—no car?No problem!Flexible schedulingLet ’s be real – I’m herefor the cookies.– Anerudhgraduate student,Industrial EngineeringFor details:liveon.psu.edu/student-employmentIf you’re looking to make some extra cash whilebeing part of a professional team right here oncampus—view available positions atLiveOn.psu.edu/student-employmentCompetitive WagesPlus raises!Convenient LocationsNo Car? No Problem!Flexible SchedulesWork around your classesand activitiesEmployment at Penn State Dininghas helped me form connectionsthat will last a lifetime.– Madijunior,Integrative ArtsFor details:liveon.psu.edu/student-employment

SamdilneeSShow your student that you'rethinking of them with a delicious bakery treat. Fromcookie and cupcake packs to birthday cakes to cookie tins burstingwith chocolate chip cookies, the Penn State Bakery has the perfect surprisefor any occasion. Visit our website and choose from a variety of delectablefavorites. Your student will receive a special treat with yourpersonalized message attached and deliveredto their commons desk.pennstatebakery.com

Room Exchange eBoardThe Room Exchange eBoard is a great way for students to change housing areas or live in a room with a new friend. PennState strives to accommodate student preferences when making room assignments but may not be able to assign everystudent to their desired room type or housing area. Once the housing preference deadline has passed, the HousingAssignment Office is unable to update a student’s preferences. Instead, students have the ability to utilize the RoomExchange eBoard functionality of eLiving to post your room assignment and “swap” it with another student.The eBoard is available 12:00 p.m. ET, Tuesday, July 19 through 12:00 p.m. ET, Tuesday,August 9 on eLiving.psu.edu. Select My Room Room Exchange eBoard. Some restrictionsapply, based on a student’s Housing and Food Service (HFS) Contract type. Learn more ontract.Campus Housing Beyond Your First YearLiving on campus is an essential part of your Penn State experience. We dedicate ourselves to creating the most comfortableand memorable experiences for you. We are the smiling faces creating engaging programs, serving you at the dining center,and taking care of your residence. We want you to remember your on-campus living experience as dynamic, fun, and a vitalpart of your time at Penn State.Living On Campus Means. Community - Campus living provides endless opportunities with lifelong friends to broaden horizonsand expand interests.Unforgettable Experiences - Create unique college experiences with lifelong friends, andendless opportunities.Easy Living - Culinary staff prepare every meal, staff clean and maintain common spaces, and all-inclusiveamenities mean no hidden fees.Safety & Security - Safe and secure living environments provide comfortable living spaces with more timefor studying, learning, work, and play.Convenience - Students live in the middle of all things Penn State, with complete independence and haveeverything at their fingertips.All students interested in living on campus after their first-year experience will be able to LiveOn! Students will be able toRequest Housing in October or January and will receive an invitation to view and select a housing option in November orFebruary, respectively. Information will be shared in late September and information sessions will be held during the fallsemester and Parents and Families weekend. Learn more at LiveOn.psu.edu.

Commons DesksOn-campus residents enjoy the convenience and securityof having your mail and packages delivered to yourhousing Commons Desk - thousands of packages andmail are delivered every month! The Commons Desks alsomanage all students room keys and temporary ID cards.Commons Desk are open 24 hours a day, seven days aweek, during the regular academic year. The CommonsDesks are closed during University close down periods.Services Provided U.S. mail delivery and package deliveryRoom assignment check-in/check-outRoom key pick-up/returnLoaner room keysTemporary ID cardsCleaning supplies checkoutVacuum cleaner checkoutRecreational equipment checkoutTool kit checkoutFax machine serviceLost and found for Commons BuildingPurchase CATABUS tokensGeneral questions and answersYour Mailing AddressStudent NameHall Name, Hall Room ## Name of Commons*University Park PA 16802* Name of Commons is based on Housing area wherestudent is living.Loaner Room KeysIf a student loses or misplaces their roomkey, a loaner key can be requested on eLiving.psu.edu.Select “My Info Loaner Key Request” then check outat the Commons Desk and return within two hours.If the key is returned late, the door lock will be changedand the student’s LionPath account will be charged forthe core change. Core changes are processed quickly toensure the student’s safety and security.Temporary ID CardsIf a student loses or misplaces their Penn State id Card,the card can be deactivated immediately on-line. If thecard is located within seven days, the card can then bereactivated on-line. A temporary ID card, which is valid forseven days, can be purchased for 5 at the commons desk.Student privileges that will be reassigned to the temporarycard include access to the residence hall, Campus MealPlan, and LionCash. If a student cannot locate a missingcard, a replacement one can be purchased at the id Office at the current replacement fee.

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GET READY FOR MOVE-IN!Our Ship to School Program allows you tosend your packages prior to move-in!Here’s How Easy We Make It:1Register online, fast and easy2We send shipping instructionsto you3You send us your boxes andonline vendor packages4We recieve, store, and deliver toyour room on campusMOVE-OUT IS JUST AS EASYWe Pick-Up,Store &Deliver.WEPICK UP,STORE &DELIVER.For more information and pricesvisit: storagesquad.com/pennstateProudly serving Penn Statestudents since 2015

Penn State’s newestsustainability programPenn State’s PSreUse program will reduce wasteand create diversions from landfills To receive a container, ask for your meal“to go” at the BuffetThe cashier will scan your container to linkit to your Penn State accountWhen you are finished with the container,just bring it to any return station!Campus TransitSpin E-Bike ShareCATA’s Blue Loop and White Loop andPenn State’s Campus Shuttle providecontinuous circular service aroundcampus and Downtown State College,while CATA’s Red Link and Green Linkconnector routes run east to westacross campus. All campus routes arefree to ride for everyone, and real-timelocations and arrival times are availableby downloadingthe Penn StateGo or TransLocapps. CATAalso offerscommunitytransit serviceto locations across the Centre region(fare required) – visit catabus.com tolearn more.The Spin Bike Share program is PennState’s newest option for gettingaround campus and exploring thelocal community.300 Spin electric bikes are available torent from convenient locations acrosscampus using the Spin app.Getting AroundCampusAfter move-in, students can reachtheir destinations by bike, shuttle,bus, or car. Visit transportation.psu.edu during fallstudent arrival for more information.Enter code “freefive” in the spin.appfor 5 off your first E-bike ride. Download the Penn State Goapp at mobile.psu.edu forreal-time CATABUS Loop, Link,and Campus Shuttle locationsand arrival predictions.Bike at our gold-level BicycleFriendly University. Findessential information onregistration, Spin E-bike rentals,bike routes, and more atbiking.psu.edu.

Penn State GoIntroducing the official all-in-one mobile app for Penn State – Custom Campus Experiences for Students, Faculty, and Staff.Penn State Go gives you single sign-on access to these popular features and special events:

Campus DiningLots of great options to get the most from your meal plan–morning, noon,and night! Penn State offers one of the most flexible meal plans in thecountry. Located in five residential areas – East, West, North, South, andPollock – Residential Dining offers all-you-care-to-eat (one price/meal) andala carte options (pay/item). Use your Dining Dollars at all thecampus locations!PUREThe Pure food station in EastFood District offers foods free ofcommon food allergens includingdairy, eggs, peanuts, tree nuts(excluding coconut), fish, shellfish,soy, wheat/gluten, and sesame.Pure has partnered with Star-K Kosher Certificationgroup to provide daily oversight of the facility by aCertified Mashgiach.HUB DiningWith eleven restaurants in theHetzel Union Building, HUB Diningis your go-to location for all of yourfavorite food fare. Indulge in yourcravings from Starbucks, McAlister’sDeli, Slim Chickens, Burger King,Sbarro, Blue Burrito, Panda Express, Hibachi-San, and somany more that make you feel at home.Market StoresOur Market Stores, located in eachresidential commons building, featuremore than just snacks and drinks.They offer: fresh produce, healthygrab and go options, personal careitems, toiletries, laundry supplies,paper goods, and more!EDGEGet your morning coffee andbreakfast on the go at one of ourmany EDGE coffee shops, locatedin each residential commonsbuilding. We Proudly BrewStarbucks and feature deliciousPenn State Bakery items, as well as fresh fruits, yogurts,and other grab and go choices.Panera BreadSatisfy all your senses at one of ourPanera locations (Kern Building,Westgate Building, Zoller Gallery,and the Lewis Katz Law Building).Authentic artisan breads, freshbaked goods and clean lunchoptions. Positively good food.Cafe LauraShow your Penn State pride bysupporting our 100% student-runrestaurant and coffee bar servingpastries, hot, freshly preparedlunch options, and grab and goitems. Reserve your spot atspecial-themed dinners that are created, advertised,prepared and served by students of the School ofHospitality Management.

What’s on the dining commons menu?Find out complete details any time of day at menu.hfs.psu.edu. Penn State’s Food Servicemenu information page is a quick and convenient place to find out what’s on the menu at ourresidential dining locations. Looking for vegetarian, vegan, or healthy food choices? You’ll findthem here, as well as all your favorites. You can even look up the full nutrition facts informationfor all our menu items. A great meal is just a short walk away in every direction on campus.Penn State BakeryThe University’s bakery bakes fromscratch desserts, pastries, cakes,and breads. You can find theirsweet deliciousness at all Universitydining locations and markets acrossthe Commonwealth.Starbucks atPaterno LibraryThis full-scale Starbucks offersa wide selection of food andbeverage choices. Customers canchoose from sandwiches, salads,and healthy snack items, alongwith pastries and a wide range ofbeverages and bottled items.Don’t miss some other favorites.Berkey CreameryThe Creamery is the go-to placefor delicious ice cream of allflavors. Now year-round, enjoya monthly featured cookiewichfeaturing Penn State cookies andCreamery ice cream. Yum!Bryce Jordan CenterThe BJC has many great foodoptions for guests visiting forconcerts and basketball games.Check out some deliciousfood options including our AllAmerican Eats, Center Court,Roaring Grill, and the Spotlight Barbeque. You can alsoget an exclusive Sticky Paw from our Penn State Bakerykiosk or our NEW Creamery ice cream flavor: BJC Jams!Penn StaterConference CenterAt The Penn Stater, take inthe full Penn State experienceat Legends Pub or taste thecontemporary, Americana menuat The Gardens Restaurant.The Penn Stater is a good escape with some friends orvisiting family with lots of parking and is quick drive toInnovation Park.DQ PennStateDining

Saxby’sSaxby’s is more than just coffee.It’s an uplifting environment filledwith friendly faces, delicious drinksand exceptional food to fuel theday’s possibilities. Located in theBusiness Building.Shake SmartWith two locations on campus,(White Building & IM Building)Shake Smart offers freshly blendedprotein shakes, organic acai bowls,cold brew coffee, wholly oatmeal, overnight oats, Greekyogurt, and all-natural peanut butter & banana sandwiches.Parking & Vehicle InfoArrival Unloading PermitEach student will receive one temporary 20-minute parkingpermit valid for one trip to their designated residence hallunloading area. Large vehicles, u-hauls, trailers, RVs, andsecond vehicles must remain in the long-term parking lots.Free shuttle service is available between long-term parkingand housing areas. View free CATABUS Loop and Link orCampus Shuttle rides on the Penn State Go app to reachhousing areas. Walkers can find wayfinding at map.psu.edu.Academic Year ParkingOn-campus parking during the fall and spring semestersis available for students who completed 29.1 credits.Students with extenuating circumstances may request aparking waiver application by emailing parking@psu.edu.Visit transportation.psu.edu.Mailing addressYour mailing address is based on the housing areawhere you live. Visit liveon.psu.edu/university-park/mail-services to learn how to properly address your mailand packages.Renters InsuranceThe University is not responsible for the loss, damage, ortheft of personal property of its occupants. Everyone ishighly advised to carry personal property insurance.Semester BillThe Rolling LionThe Rolling Lion food truck goes where hungry UniversityPark students, faculty, staff, and visitors need fed withconvenient, delicious, up-to-the minute food. Our menu isupdated constantly and mirrors the appetites and demandsof the modern Penn Stater: seasonally local AND inspiredby social media driven culinary trends the world over.EDQ liontruckpsuStudents living in University Housing will utilizeeLiving.psu.edu to manage your Housing and FoodServices (HFS) Contract. This includes RequestingHousing, accepting the HFS Contract, updating contractpreferences, eBoard, modifying your Campus Meal Plan,and so much more!Room and Board charges for each semester that a studenthas an accepted HFS Contract will be posted to thestudent’s LionPATH.psu.edu account. If there is a changeto a student’s room assignment that has a different roomrate, the charge/credit will be applied to the student’saccount based on a prorated amount. The housing deposit

submitted during the acceptance process will be appliedto the student’s fall semester bill as a credit toward theroom rate. If the student decides to not attend PennState, the housing deposit will not be refunded.Students may face a variety of challenges during theircollege careers. If, during your time at Penn State, youstruggle to afford basic needs, such as food, housing,textbooks, clothing, or other household items, for anyreason, we have resources to help you.The Office of Student Care and Advocacy studentaffairs.psu.edu/studentcare supports students by providingone-time assistance for emergency needs, through theStudent Emergency Fund, as well as helping studentsnavigate options for ongoing support. The officecoordinates with campus partners to help studentsaddress concerns around academics, health and wellness,or finances.Basic Needs andSupport ResourcesStudents may face a variety of challenges during theircollege careers. If, during your time at Penn State, youstruggle to afford basic needs, such as food, housing,clothing, household items, or other basic needs we haveresources to help you.As a first point of contact, students can reach out toStudent Care and Advocacy, studentaffairs.psu.edu/studentcare, and staff will offer guidance and helpconnect students to the appropriate office or resourcesat your campus.Some of the other resources to assist students, include: The Lion’s Pantry, Penn State’s on-campusfood bank, and Cub Pantries locatedthroughout campus Sokolov-Miller Family Financial and Life SkillsCenter, which has resources to help students gainimportant skills around managing money andmaking informed financial decisions A free nutrition clinic as well as resources forcooking and eating healthy meals through HealthPromotion and Wellness A Student Insurance Advocate to provideguidance and support in learning about andapplying for health insurance and publicassistance programs SNAP Benefits EBT cards accepted in MarketEast in Findlay Commons for fruits and vegetables,dairy products, breads and cereals, beverages,and more The Student Emergency Fund, a one-timeassistance grant for students in crisis and inemergent need, stewarded by Student Careand AdvocacyFor a comprehensive list of support offices and resources,students can visit the Basic Needs and Support website atstudentaffairs.psu.edu/basic-needs-support.

Future Penn Stater with foodallergies or special dietary needs?LiveOnThese letter icons mean THIS DISH IS:Learn about accommodations including: Informative online menu Advanced orderingThese allergen icons mean THIS DISH CONTAINS: Gluten free and dairy-free alternatives Registered dietitian meetings Menu item cards featuring allergen iconsand special diet indicators:foodallergies@psu.edu 814-863-3420LiveOn.psu.edu

Meal PlansStudents living on campus will havethe Campus Meal Plan as part ofthe Housing and Food Service (HFS)Contract. The Campus Meal Plan isrequired to be purchased for eachsemester that a student lives oncampus. There are three levels of themeal plan available to select from,offering different amounts of DiningDollars. The HFS Contract defaults tolevel 2, and students may adjust theirlevel through eLiving.psu.edu untilnoon on the last day of finals foreach semester.Any dining dollars remaining fromsummer session carry over to fallsemester and fall semester balancescarry over to spring semester. Anyfunds remaining at the end of springsemester are forfeited and will notbe refunded. If a student leaves theUniversity at the end of fall semester,any funds remaining will be forfeitedand will not be refunded.October 7-9, 2022Celebrating Penn State traditionsare sweeter when shared with family.Parents and families of University Parkstudents are invited to share in PennState traditions during Parents andFamilies Weekend.Learn more about Campus Meal Plans at liveon.psu.edu.View transactions and add funds at idonline.psu.edu.Savings with theCampus Meal PlanWith the Campus Meal Plan, you willreceive savings in the dining commonsand at select Retail Dining locations.Low on funds?The benefit of the Campus MealPlan is that if your account balanceruns low, any available funds thatyou have in your LionCash accountwill automatically be transferred forpurchases, and you will receive theCampus Meal Plan discount. This is agreat way to manage your account sothat you do not forfeit any funds at theend of the semester. Enjoy a 65 percent discount at allfive “All You Care to Eat” locations. “Fast Casual ResidentialOperations” operations offera 65 percent discount onprepared items When using your id card to payfor a guest, they can also enjoy a35 percent discount in the “All YouCare to Eat.” Some Retail Dining locations offer a10 percent discount to Campus MealPlan members on prepared items Discount not applicable at nationalchain locations, coffee shops ormarkets, or on prepackaged itemsSign up to receive email newslettersfrom the Parent and FamilyExperience: psu.campusesp.comHotelAccommodationsm 814-863-1313k parents@psu.eduE Penn State Parents ProgramQ Penn State Parents ProgramK parents.psu.eduWant to make a Penn State visit evenbetter? Make the University’s iconicPenn Stater Hotel your home base forthe next four years. It’s convenientlylocated in Innovation Park, justminutes from the airport and withineyesight of the stadium. With plentyof free parking and enough peaceand quiet to get a good night’s rest,visit The Penn Stater and have yourown Penn State Experience. Visitthepennstaterhotel.psu.edu.

University Housing ClosuresDuring the academic year, University Housing closes forfall break, at the end of fall semester, and spring break.Students are expected to vacate housing during these timeperiods (personal items can remaining in the room). Thedates and times are indicated on the “important dates”at the back of this guide and posted on the LiveOn site.Reminders of the closures will be shared prior to eachbreak period. The dates/times of these closures are strictlyenforced - the University does not permit students a latedeparture or an early arrival, so it’s important to keep thedates in mind when planning travel arrangements.id cardMore than identification, the campus card provides accessto, use of, and payment for resources both on and offcampus. It is a key used to access assigned residence hallsand other select areas across campus. It is needed to accessgyms and athletic facilities. The card serves as a ticket tosporting events and concerts, if purchased. It is used to getdiscounts when purchasing items with LionCash.LionCash is Penn State’s flexible spending accountattached to the id card that makes on- and off-campuspurchases safe and easy. Accepted by more than 300merchants statewide. Learn more throughidcard.psu.edu/lioncash.Break Access/Holiday HousingThe University recognizes that some students may notable to leave campus during the Housing Closures andoffers Break Access/Holiday Housing. There are severaldesignated residence halls that remain open during theclosures and are staffed, allowing students to continue tolive in their room assignment. Limited food service optionsare available during the closures. Students who need toutilize this service are charged an additional 510 persemester. If you suspect that you may need this service,please reach out to the Housing Assignment Office todiscuss housing options.id card Features Contactless entry to assigned on-campus buildingsTap to pay for purchases at accepting terminals10% discount at Penn State-operated dining locationsAccepted at hundreds of off-campus retailersEntry to on-campus recreation facilitiesTicket to Athletics events/gamesLaundry (on-campus)Use as a debit/ATM card–when linked with yourPNC AccountSimplify the college experience.Add LionCash today. Learn more about the id card,LionCash, and all its capabilities at idcard.psu.edu.Forget something?Our markets, located in each residential commonsbuilding, feature more than just snacks and drinks. Theyoffer healthy grab and go options, as well as a variety ofpersonal care items, toil

Welcome to Penn State! Congratulations on becoming part of the Penn State family! We are so glad you chose Penn State to continue your studies. We hope that attending Penn State will allow you to achieve both your academic and career goals. Make yourself at home! Part of life at Penn State is where you eat, where you sleep, and who you hang out .

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