Pennsylvania map indicating eleven residential campuses



Students can live in Lions Gate, the newly contructed apartments close to campus.


Altoona's campus offers a variety of housing options in four residence halls, as well as dining options with a full-scale food court, convenience store, and cafes.


Located in Monaca, Penn State Beaver is the home to Harmony Hall and the Brodhead Bistro.


Behrend students enjoy their Penn State experience in the campus’s residence halls, suites, and apartment buildings and dine at Dobbins Dining, Bruno's, and Clark Cafe.


The Berks campus is located in Reading and runs two residence areas, The Village and The Woods, as well as two Food Services operations, Tully's and Cyber Cafe.


Orchard Hall, the newly contructed residence, offers comfortable and modern student housing conveniently located on campus. Blue Apple Cafe is located in the new Student Union Building.

Greater Allegheny

The Greater Allegheny campus boasts Cafe Metro and Metro Express, located in the Student Community Center, as well as McKeesport Hall, a residence hall building.


Penn State Harrisburg's residence areas offer many living options, including suite-style living for first-year students. Students enjoy Stacks Market, a full-scale food court, and Biscotti's Coffee Bar, both located in Olmsted, as well as The Outpost and Provisions Convenience Store located in the Student Enrichment Center.


Penn State Hazleton's campus features three residence areas and two Food Services establishments, HighAcres Cafe and Higher Grounds Coffee Shop.

Mont Alto

Mont Alto students enjoy the many food options at The Mill Cafe. On-campus students stay in one of the campus's three residence halls.


The Schuylkill campus features a full-scale food court called the Hidden Stream Cafe.

University Park

With over 50 residence hall buildings and 30 dining areas, University Park offers students numerous choices for living and dining on campus.