Penn State Great Valley Hosts Virtual Open House This April

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Penn State Great Valley in Malvern is hosting a Virtual Open House on Wednesday, April 26 from 12 to 1 PM for those interested in a master’s degree, graduate certificate, or professional development program.

Attendees will learn how these programs enhance and advance career, personal, and professional development.

The event will begin with a campus overview, followed by individual program breakout information sessions. A student services presentation will cover information on scholarships and financial aid, career management services, and student engagement opportunities. The Virtual Open House will conclude with a review of the admission and application process, and guidance on how to set up an individual meeting with program representatives to learn more.

All attendees will receive a $65 application fee waiver for campus-based programs and complimentary registration for the Leading the Transformation from Resistance to Commitment on-campus workshop on June 6, from 9 AM to 1 PM.

Penn State Great Valley’s programs include business, leadership, finance, accounting, data analytics, engineering, project management, and more.

These are fields which have strong projected growth and high median annual wages according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.

Evening courses are offered either in an in-person/online hybrid format or fully online, allowing working adults to pursue their education at a pace that best suits their lifestyle.

For those who can’t attend, virtual one-on-one appointments are available with a program representative to discuss career goals, program-specific information, admission requirements, scholarships, and financial aid.

For more information or to register for the Virtual Open House, visit Penn State Great Valley’s website.

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