Maintenance and operations staff kept busy over summer to keep campus beautiful
While most of our students were away for the summer months, our maintenance and operations staff kept busy managing several campus improvement projects. The main entrance to campus was made more prominent with a new sign on Route 233 (Park Street) and Campus Drive in addition to new railings installed along the walking bridge. Wiestling Student Center, the oldest building in the Penn State University system, received a fresh coat of paint and its plaza was redesigned and re-landscaped to provide students, staff and visitors more outdoor gathering space. Many other projects filled out a long list completed by our dedicated maintenance and operations staff to maintain the physical beauty and functionality of our campus.
To view photos of some of the improvements, click here.