Four-Year Fair gave current students opportunity to learn more about Mont Alto
A steady stream of Penn State Mont Alto students visited the campus Four-Year Degree Fair this week on Tuesday and Wednesday in the Heritage Room in the Mill. The fair gave students the opportunity to learn how they can pursue their goals and finish their Penn State degrees right here at Mont Alto. Students met faculty members from each academic department, enjoyed free food and registered for door prizes at the first-ever academic fair for current students.
Mont Alto offers seven baccalaureate programs: Business, English, Nursing, Information Sciences and Technology, Human Development and Family Studies, Letters, Arts, and Sciences, and Organizational Leadership (for adult learners). While many students choose to complete four-year degrees at Mont Alto, the majority of our students participate in Penn State's 2+2 program which affords them two years at Mont Alto and two years at University Park or another campus. Staying at Mont Alto can benefit students in more ways than one.
Students can save money, live on campus or off, have professors who know them by name, participate in intercollegiate athletics -- all while earning their Penn State degree.