No matter your major, every Penn State student is required to take a certain amount of general education classes. While some are painful, some are the best classes you will take during your four years here. Consider some of these the next time you are scheduling classes.
Getting an internship is the best way to get your feet wet in the industry you are pursuing. Unfortunately, it’s not that easy to clinch…
It can be easy to let your studies slip away from you, but staying on top of everything will make the rest of the school year a piece of cake. Keep going, you are almost there!
Midterms, early morning classes and group projects. What do these three things have in common? They strike dread in the hearts of college students everywhere. Valley has got you covered with a guide to the most difficult group issues and how to cope with them.
Picking what class to attend can be hard, but Valley has outlined a few to get you started.
Who says you can’t benefit from your classes in more than one way? After all, these are supposed to be the greatest four years of our lives, so why not try to grow as individuals while simultaneously earning some credits?
Scheduling courses in college can be really fun because except for the core classes for our majors, we get to pick what we want to take. Do you want to learn about Ancient Egypt or the Holocaust? Are you interested in doing two yoga classes or taking Nutrition 100?