The Sam and Irene Black School of Business at Penn State Erie, The Behrend College, is featured in “The Best 295 Business Schools: 2014 Edition.” The guide, published by the Princeton Review, calls the college’s MBA program “the best value for a working student in the local area.”
New Student Orientation is a half-day program for you and your family members. It will familiarize you, as a first-year incoming student, with the opportunities, resources, and services available at Penn State. Our advisers will help you with your educational planning for your first semester.
The Academic and Career Planning Center's on-campus interviewing program offers students and alumni the opportunity to interview for internships and full-time positions with a variety of employers from business, industry, and government. On-campus interviewing is primarily a pre-select system, where employers select candidates from among the students who request interviews with them.
All new first-year students to Penn State must participate in New Student Orientation (NSO). At NSO, you will meet with faculty and staff, begin to develop goals for your time at Penn State, learn about campus resources, and schedule courses for your first semester.