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Resources to help Penn State staff work remotely when working in the office or on campus is not an option.

To help employees’ transition into remote work, Penn State Human Resources has put together University resources to get you up-and-running in a remote setting. This website was created to provide our staff with consistent information when remote work is a necessity. Penn State offers a variety of resources available to you to work remotely and to ensure continuation of work during scheduled or unscheduled absences, inclement weather, or other situations.

Coronavirus Update

Based on evolving federal guidance and statewide mitigation plans announced by Gov. Tom Wolf around the growing coronavirus pandemic and the global efforts underway to stop its spread, Penn State has encouraged its employees to work remotely at this time. 

Penn State health and safety officials continue to monitor the global outbreak of respiratory illness caused by a new strain of coronavirus. For the most recent updates, visit the Penn State Coronavirus Information website.

Top 3 things to do to begin working remotely.

  1. Speak with your supervisor or manager.
  2. Review guidelines outlined.
  3. Seek out technology resources to help you be successful.

Learning Resources