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LiveOn 2024-2025

You can now request to #LiveOn for 2024-2025! Timelines and instructions vary by campus - visit your desired campus LiveOn site and choose Contracts for more information.

Why LiveOn?

The University is excited to welcome you to campus! Make the most of your Penn State education by living in an environment that sets you up for success. Here are just a few of the many benefits to living on campus:

Living on campus is easy!

Culinary staff preparing every meal, staff cleaning and maintaining living spaces, laundry services in each hall, and free WiFi from anywhere on campus highlight the standard bed, dresser, and desk set up for each room. Also, all amenities come with no hidden fees or monthly costs – room rates are all-inclusive. Quiet study spaces and group-project collaboration suites offer study spaces for every need without having to walk outside.

Living on campus is convenient.

Living on campus puts you right in the middle of all things Penn State while giving complete independence. Students have everything at their fingertips: a comfortable room ready for just the right personal touch and common spaces to study, relax, and socialize. Everything is just steps away too – classes, libraries, computer labs, recreational areas, and spots to eat and hang out. Campus living sets the stage for the perfect combination of academic work, engagement, and play.

Living on campus means a safe and secure living environment.

A safe, comfortable living space means more time for studying, learning, working, and playing. Staff work hard to ensure spaces are clean, well-maintained, and meet every safety regulation. Live-in staff is also on-hand for 24/7 coverage.

LiveOn Student Success Grant

The LiveOn Student Success Grant is a unique student financial aid funding opportunity supported by Penn State Housing and Food Services (HFS) to assure student undergraduate academic success, persistence to undergraduate degree completion, and address potential housing and food insecurities throughout a student’s four-year academic career.

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