Learning and technology resources at Penn State Brandywine will help students achieve their academic goals.
We want our students to be successful. And sometimes one of the best ways to be successful is knowing who to turn to when you need help.
Whether you need practical advice — maybe tutoring for a particular course or someone to help get you ready for a job interview — or a caring, nurturing environment, we have the resources that can provide you with the support that will help you make the most of your Penn State experience.
Tap into support whenever you need it. Put our strength — and the number of different resources and services we provide — to your advantage.
Academic Success Center
Students in need of extra help with a general education course can visit Brandywine Learning Center, a center that offers free assistance and tutoring.
For assistance with math, science, engineering and technology courses, students can visit the STEM Lab.
The Writing Studio provides support to students needing help with a writing assignment.
The Office of Multilingual and International Student Programs offers a variety of non-tutoring support for students’ academic success and enrichment.
Advising and Career Services
Students with questions about their academic path or degree requirements can visit Advising to meet with a knowledgeable adviser.
Career Services staff will discuss your interests and strengths to help you formulate career goals and strategies. The office is also a resource for information about employment and internship opportunities.
Information Technology provides support, service and access to all the technology resources available to students at Penn State.
The Media Commons helps students create and publish innovative and effective multimedia projects. Experienced consultants are on hand to provide advice, support, and training.
The Campus Bookstore carries textbooks, supplies, clothing and gift items, and much more.
Student Disability Resources are available to all students who need special accommodations due to a disability.