Students at Penn State Hazleton have a wide range of student services available to them.
Academic Advising offers academic advising and course scheduling; assistance with change of major, change of assignment, and student leave of absence processes; and career counseling.
Visit the Bookstore to get all your textbooks, supplies, and Penn State merchandise.
The Bursar's Office can answer any questions regarding the financial status of your student account. All tuition payments, scholarships, and Stafford loan checks can be processed in the Bursar's Office.
The mission of Career Services is to provide career counseling and help students prepare for the job market.
Information Technology Services
The Information Technology Department (IT) provides a wide array of computing services for students, faculty and staff.
Counseling and Psychological Services
Counseling and Psychological Services provides group and individual counseling, crisis intervention as well as prevention and consultation services for the University community.
Disability Services determines reasonable accommodations and develops plans for the provision of such academic adjustments and accommodations as needed.
Health Services offers primary care (sick visits), as well as specialized health services to the campus community.
id+ and Lion Cash
The Penn State id+ Card is the official University identification card. It provides easy access to Penn State resources
The Library provides access to the resources of Penn State’s entire University Libraries collection through the computerized Library Information Access System (LIAS).
The Math Tutoring and Learning Center is a new resource where students can get assistance with math courses.
The Registrar provides enrollment, registration, scheduling, graduation and transcript services.
Safety and Police Services
University Police help to ensure a safe environment on campus in addition to providing parking enforcement and traffic control.
The Office of Student Aid can guide students through the process of applying for financial aid.
Teaching and Learning Resource Center
At the Teaching and Learning Resource Center, students can get tutoring assistance in a wide range of subjects, work on homework, improve their skills in reading and writing, use computers and access the Internet, read and do schoolwork between classes, and get tips on how to study.
Director of Student Services & Engagement
- Student Services Information
- Student Activities