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Penn State is a nationally recognized, top-ranked university committed to serving military and veteran students. As the online campus of Penn State, we offer more than 125 online programs in education, business, engineering, technology, health care, and more. Our online programs are regionally accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education; our online courses are taught by the same expert Penn State faculty; and the degrees and certificates that our graduates earn are identical to those earned by Penn State students studying on campus. Our graduates also join a proud worldwide network of more than 645,000 Penn State alumni.
Learn more about our online programs and military support services.
Why Penn State World Campus?
- Top-Ranked for Military: We are a respected military and veteran friendly school, ranked No. 1 for best online bachelor’s programs for veterans by U.S. News & World Report, and designated by Military Times as a “Best for Vets” institution.
- Dedicated Military Support: Our military admissions counselors, academic advisers, and VA certifying officials understand the unique needs of military and veteran students and are prepared to provide the support you need.
- Tuition Benefits: Penn State World Campus is proud to offer in-state tuition for military veterans; additionally, service members and their spouses can save up to 44 percent on undergraduate tuition through our Military Grant-in-Aid program.
- Career Advancement: You can rest assured that employers will value your Penn State education. According to the Wall Street Journal, corporate recruiters ranked Penn State as No. 1 in the country for producing the best-prepared, most well-rounded graduates.
For a limited time, we are offering to waive the application fee for associate and bachelor’s degrees through Penn State World Campus. Visit our website to learn more.
Veteran friendly programs
Information Sciences and Technology
Homeland Security (five options)
Human Resources and Employment Relations