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Penn State Brandywine's new Student Union.

Student Union

Penn State Brandywine's new Student Union. 

Penn State Brandywine ribbon cutting

Brandywine celebrates opening of Orchard Hall, Student Union

University leaders, campus representatives and local elected officials celebrated the completion of Penn State Brandywine’s two newest buildings with a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Aug. 23. Orchard Hall is the campus’ first residence hall, while the Student Union includes the dining hall and other services.

Brandywine residence hall student

Brandywine residence hall student

Penn State Brandywine sophomore Lindsay Koch became the first residential student in the campus' history when she moved into the newly built Orchard Hall on Aug. 11. Koch is a resident assistant and vice president of the student government association.

Orchard Hall at Penn State Brandywine

Move-in day approaches

The construction of Penn State Brandywine’s new residence hall and student union building continues as the campus prepares to welcome its first residential students to campus.
Penn State Brandywine residence hall

Committee recommends approval of 2017-18 room and board rates

As is typically done at the February meeting of the Penn State Board of Trustees, a presentation on room and board rates for the upcoming academic year was presented today (Feb. 23), to the Committee on Finance, Business and Capital Planning.
Penn State Brandywine's Residence Hall

Assistant director of residence life makes Brandywine home for future students

Before students move into Penn State Brandywine’s new residence hall in August 2017, a team of campus staff members will have put hundreds of hours into making the building a home. Spearheading that effort is Interim Assistant Director of Residence Life Iris Richardson.
Groundbreaking

Penn State Brandywine breaks ground on first residence hall, student union

VIDEO: University leaders, elected officials and the Nittany Lion celebrate the start of construction for the first on-campus housing at the campus.

Committee recommends approval for Abington and Brandywine housing projects

A vote Thursday (Nov. 19) to recommend residential housing projects at Penn State’s Abington and Brandywine campuses to the University’s Board of Trustees was logged by the Committee on Finance, Business, and Capital Planning.