The One Penn State 2025 working committees submitted a recommendations report in June 2023 that aligns the future direction of One Penn State 2025 projects with President Bendapudi’s areas of strategic focus.
Our website will remain available through June 2024 for reference to the work on the initiative through June 2023. During that time, questions related to our work to date can still be submitted to email@example.com.
One Penn State 2025 Vision
One Penn State 2025 builds on our strong traditions of working as one university to provide world class education and drives us to be a more integrated, flexible, and responsive institution. By 2025, every part of Penn State across the Commonwealth will offer a seamless 24/7/365 online experience and function as a truly diverse and inclusive institution. One Penn State 2025 will create a fluid, personalized, and collaborative environment that enables students, faculty, and staff to achieve their goals regardless of their location in the world.
The Guiding Principles for One Penn State 2025
Provide a Seamless Student Experience
In 2025, Penn State will provide students with a seamless, mobile experience in all interactions with the institution, including admissions or enrollment processes, taking courses, co-curricular learning, or access to University support services.Guiding Principle charge Guiding Principle white paper
Achieve Curricular Coherence
In 2025, Penn State will commit to design degree, minor, and certificate programs that provide students with clearly articulated pathways built using thoughtful approaches to course coherence. Strong disciplinary and interdisciplinary communities and multiple flexible models of course taking will form the basis of this transformation.Guiding Principle charge Guiding Principle white paper
Achieve the Highest Level of Efficient Use of University Resources
In 2025, Penn State will leverage digital solutions and align faculty, academic, and administrative resources to strengthen learning, research, and student support opportunities, thereby achieving greater institutional efficiency to address equity of, access to, and affordability of a high-quality Penn State education.Guiding Principle charge Guiding Principle white paper