Penn State DuBois, exterior of DEF Building

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Penn State Day Lion

Join us for campus tours and more! Penn State Day is planned for 9:00 am until Noon on September 21.  Click here for more information.

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Study: Penn State DuBois contributes $25.9 million to PA economy

Penn State DuBois contributed $25.9 million to the Pennsylvania economy in FY 2017, and supported, directly and indirectly, 347 Pennsylvania jobs.
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It's an Honor!

The Penn State DuBois Honors Program provides scholarships and opportunities for students who excel academically to participate in specialized courses and activities, allowing them to engage at a higher level.
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Strong showing for cross country

The Penn State DuBois cross country team competed a PSUAC meet on Sept. 21. Conditions were hot and sunny, with 88-degree temperatures and a challenging course in the blazing sun.
Volleyball team in action.

DuBois women's volleyball tops Shenango

The Penn State DuBois volleyball team hosted another tough PSUAC matchup on Saturday against Penn State Shenango. Shenango, in its first year as a team showed a lot of fight and talent in this season's first matchup against DuBois.
An example of petroglyphs.

Lecture on prehistoric inscriptions planned at Penn State DuBois

A local historian will offer an overview on prehistoric carvings, known as petroglyphs, during an upcoming program hosted by the Penn State DuBois Library at noon on Wednesday, Oct. 9, in Hiller Auditorium. This event is free and open to the public.

Seats still available for American Sign Language courses at Penn State DuBois

There is still time to sign up for remaining seats in both a 10-week introductory sign language course, as well a 6-week intermediate class for those who would like to increase their sign language skills.
Volleyball team in action

DuBois drops a tough volleyball match to Greater Allegheny

The Penn State DuBois volleyball team suffered a tough home loss to Penn State Greater Allegheny on the evening of Sept. 18.