Contact us

News and Media Relations staff can be reached by email or phone. If you are a reporter on deadline, please include your deadline information in your message or email.

General media inquiries:
814-865-7517
mediarelations@psu.edu

Additional Strategic Communications Resources

Frequently Asked Questions

How soon will someone get back to me?

A member of the media relations team will get back to you within a business day. If you are on deadline and need immediate assistance, please call 814-865-7517.

Are Penn State experts available for live, on-air interviews?

At this time, we can accommodate satellite interviews and ISDN interviews for television broadcast and radio stations through our WPSU affiliate. There may be a fee involved in these options. We can also facilitate tape sync interviews.

I need an expert right away, how can we make this happen?

If you are on a short deadline please mark your email as “URGENT” or call and speak with someone live.

How do I get facts and figures about Penn State?

Penn State updates University facts and figures on a regular basis. The Penn State Fact Book provides statistics related to enrollment, employment, budget and finance and alumni.

Are stock photographs or other images of Penn State available for members of the media?

Stock photographs and other images of Penn State are available for the media on our Flickr site. If photos are used in a publication, the University or photographer must be credited. For other questions about photos and photo use, email news@psu.edu or call 814-865-7517.


Campus Visit FAQs

Am I allowed to take pictures and record video on campus?

Penn State is a public University so photos and video are permitted in the public portions of the University. Filming in classrooms or dormitories requires advance permission.

Is there public Wi-Fi on campus?

Yes, there is Wi-Fi throughout campus under “ATTWiFi”.

Is there a campus map?

Yes, there is an interactive, mobile-friendly map at map.psu.edu.

Where can I park when visiting campus?

As visitors to campus, media members are required to follow all parking rules and regulations set forth by the University. Vehicles must be parked within all lines of a legal, non-reserved parking space at all times. Parking on roadways, sidewalks, grass or any areas not designated for parking is prohibited. Single-day visitor parking permits may be obtained at the Parking Office, the Centre County/Penn State Visitor Center or at any Parking Information kiosk.

Need help finding an expert?

Penn State expertise spans far beyond those that we have currently featured on the site. Call us at 814-865-7517 or contact a member of the media relations staff

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