Schreyer Honors College staff are working remotely during standard business hours (Monday-Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. EST). For questions or concerns regarding the first-year admissions process, please email scholars@psu.edu or call (814) 865-2060. Current Scholars with questions or concerns should email SHCAcademics@psu.edu or call (814) 863-2635. Current Scholars may also schedule an appointment online.

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For Current Schreyer Scholars Student Services

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Lisa Kerchinski Career Development

Available to provide career counseling, discuss job/internship/research opportunities and networking/career-related events.

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Sarah Lyall-Combs International Programs

Available to discuss international opportunities and funding for international experiences, research and presentations.

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Debra Rodgers Academic Advising and Services

Available to discuss Honors College academic issues, including honors adviser assignment and honors requirement fulfillment.

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Dr. Lynette Yarger Equity and Inclusion

Available to discuss diversity, equity and inclusion topics related to the Schreyer Honors College and Penn State.

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For Alumni, Parents & Friends Development & Alumni Relations

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Sean Miller Senior Director of Development and Alumni Relations

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Jason Godinez Assistant Director of Development

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Sean Goheen Coordinator of Constituent Relations and Annual Giving

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Schreyer Scholar Matt Tracey

My family has always loved Penn State and to be able to take this love along with the fact that Penn State is a top research university is amazing. This combined with fact that Schreyer has a culture of independent thinking and an emphasis on a global perspective allows me to see my education as being much bigger than me.

Matt Tracey '19 Biochemistry and Microbiology