525 full- and part-time students from 20 states and 10 countries
Average class size: 21
Student / Teacher Ratio: 12 to 1
Penn State Hazleton rests on a 125-acre scenic campus overlooking the Conyngham Valley, conveniently located near Interstates 80 and 81 in northeastern Pennsylvania.
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The Hazleton Undergraduate Center opened in September 1934 and was housed in various locations in downtown Hazleton. A permanent home came in December 1948 through a purchase and donation when the college acquired the 66-acre former estate of the Markle family. The estate consisted of four buildings, including a 32-room fieldstone mansion, giving the university the space it needed.
Learn more about Penn State Hazleton's history.
Penn State offers baccalaureate degrees, associate degrees, minors, and credit & non-credit certificates in a wide variety of disciplines.
Thirteen baccalaureate degree programs and five associate degree programs can be completed at Penn State Hazleton.
Additionally, more than 275 Penn State majors can be started here and completed at University Park or another Penn State campus through the 2+2 Plan.
Learn more at the Academics page.
Academic and Student Support Services
- Academic Advising and Career Center
- Career Counseling
- Campus Honors Program
- Schreyer Honors College
- Student Research Program
- Student Success Center
- Math Dimension
- Writing Lab
University-operated campus housing is available for 450+ students with a variety of layouts and special living options. Housing is guaranteed for all four years.
Visit the Housing page.
All students may use private vehicles. The Hazleton Transit Authority provides bus service from the city of Hazleton to campus.
Highacres Café is a food court-style eatery that offers a variety of convenient and affordable meal plans for both on- and off-campus students.
Higher Grounds, located in the upper level of Butler, has Starbucks coffee, smoothies, soups, sandwiches, bagels and other deli items.
State-of-the-art engineering and science labs and classrooms are part of the curriculum at Penn State Hazleton. Computer labs are available to all students, as well as a one-button studio, 3D printers, VR and AR equipment in the Makerspace at the Mary M. and Bertil E. Lofstrom Library.
Visit the Information Technology Services page.
Nearly 90% of students receive some form of financial assistance.
Visit the Financial Aid page.
Academically qualified students can participate in the campus honors programs and the Schreyer Honors College.
Visit the Honors Program page.
More than 40 clubs and organizations including Student Government Association, Association of Residence Hall Students (ARHS), Hazleton Campus Activities Board (HCAB), Blue and White Society, Lion Ambassadors, Multicultural Club, Phi Beta Lambda Business Club, Physical Therapy Association, Psychology Club, Science and Engineering Club, Spanish Club, THON and Cheerleading. Students can also start their own club or organization.
Visit the Student Activities page.
Offers credit and non-credit programs for professional development and/or career change. Individuals may increase knowledge and enhance skills through independent study, conferences, seminars, certificate programs. Continuing Education also provides management development and technical training for local business and industry, and is also a portal to Penn State's other outreach and research capacities.
Visit the Continuing Education page.
- Men's basketball
- Women's basketball
- Men's soccer
- Women's soccer
- Women's volleyball
Club & Intramural Athletics
A wide range of intramural sports such as football, basketball, badminton, water polo and a variety of other activities for men and women are scheduled each year.
Outdoor basketball court
Sports and recreation field
Free-weight, Cybex and aerobic rooms
Visit the Athletics/Intramurals page.
Penn State Hazleton is committed to working with, and contributing to, our community. Whether it's a program for middle- and high-school students, seminars and workshops for business executives, or hosting a community event, we are actively involved in outreach, service, and economic development. We are committed to giving back to the area where we live, study and work!