Make yourself at home! Your on-campus residence has all the basics you need to get comfortable and organized. Then comes the fun part: making it your own.
Arrival information for Penn State students living on campus.
Learn how to detect bed bugs and what to do if you suspect you have them. Housing will help you get rid of these pesky bugs.
Interested in lofting your bed? Learn more about building your own loft or renting one.
First-year students attending University Park are required to live on campus – it’s an important part of the Penn State experience!
Need a vacuum? Lost your room key? Learn more about the services offered by the Commons Desk operation to help enhance your living on campus experience.
Get directions to University Park – via trains, planes, or automobiles!
Learn how to navigate around town, whether you’re walking, riding your bike, or taking the bus.
Find out about housing options available for graduate students or students with families.
Where do I keep my bike? Do we get cable in our room? Where do I get my mail and do laundry? Find answers to your questions here.
Look here for important dates on the Housing calendar.
Penn State University Park Housing - Important Forms
Penn State welcomes international students to our on-campus community!
Learn the drill for getting your mail – including those all-important care packages from home!
When the time comes to move out, you’ll need to know how the process works. Find out here.
University Park features several residence halls throughout campus, and each has its own unique features. Which one is the best fit for you?
Residence Life staff is here to make sure our residence halls are a safe, comfortable, secure, and nurturing environment. Learn more about what we do.
Penn State strives to offer a safe and secure environment for all residential students.
With over 20 Special Living Options available, there is bound to be one that’s perfect for you!
Lots of stuff? Learn more about storage options available for students.
Learn what supplemental housing is, and watch videos featuring students who call their “supp” housing space home!
Learn all about the TV service in your residence hall or apartment.