Penn State
Lewis Katz Building, University Park, PA
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Visit Penn State Law

Admitted Student Days

We will be holding Admitted Students Days for the class of 2020 on February 11, March 18, and March 19. These events are dedicated to admitted students who are considering enrolling at Penn State Law and are an excellent opportunity for you to see our school, meet our students and faculty, sit in on a mock class, and tour the Penn State campus. For more information and registration information, visit our Admitted Students Days webpage

Schedule Your Own Visit to University Park

Prospective and admitted applicants are invited to visit Penn State Law to experience firsthand what it's like to be a Penn State Law student. During your visit you can tour the impressive Lewis Katz Building, sit in on a class, talk with current students and faculty, and ask questions about our program and application process. 

Visits are offered Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. We request that visits be scheduled at least 24 hours (one business day) in advance of the planned date of your visit.

Schedule a Visit

Penn State Law is within a few hours' drive of New York, Washington, D.C., Philadelphia, Pittsburgh and Baltimore. The University Park airport, located 10 minutes from the law school’s Lewis Katz Building, offers direct flights to Chicago, Detroit, Philadelphia, and Washington D.C., with convenient connections to other major cities. 

Driving Directions

Mailing Address:
Lewis Katz Building
University Park, PA 16802
Reception: (800) 840-1122

GPS Coordinates: 40.807803, -77.866766

Hotel Accommodations

A complete list of accommodations is available on the Central Pennsylvania Convention and Visitor's Bureau website. Students visiting Penn State Law should inquire with their hotels about a discounted rate.

Travel Expenses

Students admitted to Penn State Law are eligible for a travel stipend to help defray the cost of their visit.