Prospective Forensic Science Students
Prospective Undergraduate Students
The Forensic Science program offers virtual visits for students to learn more about the major. This virtual experience will connect prospective students with Penn State to learn more about the admissions process, academic program options, student engagement opportunities and what it is like to become part of the Penn State community.
Sign up for a virtual visit here: Forensic Science Information Session
View the virtual photo tour of forensic science facilities here: Virtual Tour
To schedule a campus tour, visit https://admissions.psu.edu/pennstate/campuses/university-park/visit/
Each Penn State campus is unique, offering students a vibrant student life full of opportunities to participate in clubs and organizations and essential support services to help them reach their academic goals.
Those with a forensic interest can join the Forensic Science Club (open to majors and non-majors).
Forensic majors with outstanding academics can join Delta Delta Epsilon International Forensic Science Honor Society (DDE) beginning their junior year.
To learn more about student life, visit https://admissions.psu.edu/life/
Forensic Living Learning Community
In a "Living Learning Community" or "LLC," Penn State on-campus residence halls or apartments bring together students who share a common interest. Specific floors or rooms are designed for the LLC and its residents. Forensic Science has an LLC in which students who are Forensic Science majors and pre-majors can room together - instant study buddies!
If you would like to learn more about LLCs, visit https://admissions.psu.edu/life/reslife/living-learning-communities/
To find out more information about the Forensic Science major, contact Megan Holmes at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Prospective Graduate Students
Penn State Forensic Science Open House
Thank you to those who joined us for our Grad Open House for prospective MPS in Forensic Science students!
If you were unable to join us, we recorded the presentation. You can view it below.
If you have any questions about any information you heard or have additional questions, please contact our Program Director, Dr. Jason Brooks, at email@example.com or grad coordinator, Cait Mossbrook, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Contents of the video:
- Welcome and overview from program Director, Dr. Jason Brooks
- Remarks from faculty members Mr. Mike Kusluski, Dr. Mitch Holland, Dr. Bill Campbell, and Dr. Reena Roy.
- Virtual tour of program facilities and instrumentation by Katie Mantz-Weller
- Remarks from current Grad students Kerry McCaan, Zoe Timothy, Jade Korber, Erin Brownfield, Mei Smyers, Taylor Maslin, and Paola Roldan-Arroyo.
- Question and Answer session