Student support services and resources are a way to boost your academic success. From career and mental health counseling to student advocacy and women's and LGBTQA resources, World Campus Student Affairs offers programs and services that facilitate a co-curricular learning experience, as well as enrich your well-being and personal and professional development.
Student Affairs Services
World Campus Student Affairs comprises many units that carry out distinct functions and seek to foster student development and engagement through academic support and co-curricular activities. Some of these opportunities for development and engagement include:
- Career Services
- Mental Health Services
- Student Clubs and Organizations
- Student Engagement Events
- Care and Concern
- Student Advocacy
- Diversity and Inclusion
- Student Leadership and Service
If you are new to Penn State beginning in the fall 2019 semester, you may be eligible for our One Lion Squad program, which pairs you with fellow students and a peer leader to engage in social and academic enrichment. Learn more about the program and apply.
For questions ranging from personal to professional, you can contact Student Affairs for many types of requests, or even when you're not sure where to go for answers. We are here to help with:
- connecting with your peers online
- finding an internship
- resolving a dispute with your faculty member
- starting a club or organization
- managing stress or anxiety
- prepping for an interview
Meet The Student Affairs Staff
Visit our Student Affairs staff page to learn more about the team who will help you on your educational journey.
The Student Affairs team works in parternership with Student Activities, Office of Student Conduct, Paul Robeson Cultural Center, LGBTQA Student Resource Center, and the Gender Equity Center. Contact Student Affairs to learn more about upcoming events from each of these partners.