Pennsylvania State University, Epsilon Chapter

The Epsilon Chapter of Eta Kappa Nu at Pennsylvania State University was chartered in 1909, only 5 years after the initial founding of Eta Kappa Nu. Penn State Epsilon is the fifth oldest HKN chapter and has much in its history about which to be proud, both at the local and the national levels.

The Epsilon Chapter has maintained a variety of annual activities, such as offering undergraduate tutoring and exam review sessions, holding information nights for graduate school and undergraduate courses, and hosting tech workshops in partnership with IEEE

Region 2: Eastern USA

Section: Central Pennsylvania

Founding Date: December 4, 1909

Last Updated: 9/20/2022

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State College, PA

State College is a borough located in Centre County, Pennsylvania. The term “Happy Valley” is often used to identify the State College area – which includes several surrounding townships in the “Centre Region”. Known for being a college town, it is home to Penn State’s University Park (UP) campus.

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Joining Eta Kappa Nu at Penn State has been a rewarding experience. I've been fortunate to form friendships with my fellow members. Our tutoring services have also allowed me to network with underclassmen and help them with their core classes!

Corey Becker

HKN tutoring sessions were extremely helpful, and all of the members were very friendly and gave great advice.