Students at Penn State Mont Alto live in a variety of on-campus and off-campus situations. No matter where students may live, they will find a supportive professional staff in place to guide them throughout their college time.
Options for Living On-Campus at Penn State Mont Alto
Penn State Mont Alto offers on-campus housing for over 440 students in three residence areas—Mont Alto Hall, Penn Gate I, and Penn Gate II. The residence halls are within a short walking distance of the Mill Cafe, the gym, the library, and classroom buildings. Students residing in the residence halls are offered living and learning opportunities and events, including Karaoke, movie nights, game nights, health and sexual awareness programs, and much more.
There's so much to explore on our beautifully landscaped 103-acre campus located near Chambersburg in Franklin County, 30 miles west of Gettysburg and just a few minutes from the Maryland border. Stay fit by working out in our fitness center, enjoy a game of basketball in our spacious gym, or play a game of tennis with your pals on the tennis courts. You can even enjoy a competitive match of volleyball.
For more information about student events, programs, and activities, contact Donna Rhodes, coordinator of student activities and residence life, 717-749-6158.
Options for Living Off-Campus at Penn State Mont Alto
As a service to our students, Penn State Mont Alto maintains connections with local realtors and renters who are interested in housing students off-campus.
To access our information about local listings please click here for our Off-Campus Housing List. The information on our list is updated as our contacts provide information to us regarding availability.
If you have any questions about the list, please contact Christine Gibbon, staff assistant for Student Affairs, at 717-749-6156 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
NOTE: A landlord's facility on this list does not imply approval of the housing by the University. It should be understood that the University has not inspected the facilities and assumes no responsibility with regard to the housing, including the condition of the housing, the collection of rents and/or fees, the policies of the landlords, the availability of space or the availability of public transportation. The student has the responsibility at all times of making the individual arrangements with the landlord concerning rental terms and occupancy. The Campus Life office does not assume responsibility for any outdated or inaccurate information.