Penn State's Campuses
Video: Levi Smith, Animal Sciences Major, talks about his experience at Penn State Mont Alto .
Students interested in coming to Penn State tend to be most familiar
with the University Park campus, located in Central Pennsylvania.
But Penn State has more than 20 campuses located across the Commonwealth , and more than 60 percent of first-year students begin at a campus other than University Park.
Each campus provides a unique academic and student-life experience. Chances are, there is a Penn State campus that matches your interests.
Most of these campuses offer the first two years of course work for the Animal Sciences major. In addition, Agricultural Sciences classes are offered at Penn State Berks and Penn State Altoona , and Berks has faculty who teach in the areas of Agricultural Economics, Turfgrass Science, Food Science, and Horticulture.
To learn more about each of Penn State's campuses and to see video clips of students living and studying at these campuses, visit the Undergraduate Admissions Web site at admissions.psu.edu .