More than 65% of all Penn State Beaver students are commuters. The information offered here is designed to provide commuter students with a sense of "belonging" on campus. Many commuters don't feel the need to stay on campus other than to attend class, but this guide is intended to inform commuters about what happens on campus and how to adjust to college life without actually living on campus.
This guide also offers information about parking on campus, getting involved in activities outside the classroom, safety and security, and tips on how to "survive" as a commuter while saving money!
- Safety and Security Tips
- Everyday Tips for Students
- Residence Hall Policies
- Services for All Students
- Beaver County Transit Authority
- Commuter Info
Penn State encourages qualified persons with disabilities to participate in its programs and activities.
If you think you may need any type of accommodation or if you have questions about physical access at Penn State Beaver, please contact Ms. Jill Tress, learning center and disabilities services coordinator, 724-773-3867, in advance of your visit.
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