This site provides access to the most up-to-date information on Penn State's response to the coronavirus, as well as related campus-specific information.
KeepLearning.psu.edu: This dedicated website for students offers support for remote learning, resources for academic advising and tutoring, and contact information.
KeepTeaching.psu.edu: Course instructors visiting the site will find information on effective teaching, technology training, webinars and support as they update and teach their courses for the upcoming semester. The site also features a newly created guide for instructors specifically designed for preparing and teaching this fall.
VirusInfo.psu.edu: Penn State’s main website with links to the latest news and answers to frequently asked questions about the University’s response to the coronavirus pandemic. The site’s resources page also contains links to dedicated resources for students and employees; information on testing, contact tracing and monitoring for the campus community; classroom and office guidance; and policies on masking and social distancing.
Penn State COVID-19 Compact: Before returning to campus, students are asked to verify that they understand the behavioral requirements and guidelines, via LionPath.
Penn State Hazleton Information
We've been working hard to provide a safe, healthy experience for our students, faculty and staff. For it to continue, each of us needs to do our part. That means protecting our campus, our surrounding communities and each other by wearing masks and social distancing.
Here you'll find answers to important questions about our health and safety measures, resources for learning and teaching, the best ways to get in touch with the offices you need and more.
Spring 2021 COVID-19 testing
All Penn State students must have a COVID-19 test result on file with the University. For guidance, timelines, a pre-semester checklist and more important information, view the University's spring 2021 testing requirements.
In addition, the University will be conducting random testing of between 1% and 2% of the University’s population of students and employees living, learning or working on campus as well as those who access campus. This includes all employees who are working on campus and students who are taking in-person classes or living within 20 miles of a campus.
Be sure to note that vaccination status does not exempt students or employees from participating in the testing for COVID-19.
In addition to services offered by Penn State Hazleton, there are also many University-wide resources available to students for learning, financial support, health and wellness and more.