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Penn State Beaver
Pennsylvania State University Beaver Campus logo.gif
Established 1965
Type Public
Chancellor Dr. Gary B. Keefer
President Graham Spanier
Faculty 175 full-time and part-time
Location Center Township, PA, USA
Colors Navy Blue and White
Mascot Nittany Lion
Affiliations Penn State University
Website www.br.psu.edu
The former sign that once advertised the location of the Beaver Campus.

Penn State Beaver is a commonwealth campus of Pennsylvania State University located in Monaca, PA.

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The Beaver Campus

  • The campus only has one dormitory called Harmony Hall. It's a 3-story building which is gender segregated by floors. A second dormitory building once stood behind Harmony Hall, but has since been demolished.
  • The campus eating establishment is known as the Brodhead Bistro. It is located across from the dorms part of the Student Union Building (SUB).
  • The Michael Baker Building (MBB), named after the famous builder Michael Baker who formed the Michael Baker Corporation, houses most of the Engineering, chemistry, and IST labs. It includes 2 computer labs, an electrical lab, TV studio (inactive), and 2 chemistry labs.
  • The General Classroom Building (GCB) holds most of the general classes.
  • The Laboratory Classroom Building (LCB) houses other labs not in the MBB. It also has 1 always-open computer lab and 2 classroom computer labs. There is also a large group instruction room.
  • The Roar is its student newspaper. The newspaper was formerly known as The Beaver Herald.

WBVR: Penn State Beaver Entertainment Central - WBVR

Throughout the 1980s and 1990s the student operated radio station, WBVR, broadcasted on 630 AM . The station went through periods of inactivity followed by great student interest. In Spring 2004, one student, Carl Kirkwood, managed to generate a great deal of interest in the radio station again. The WBVR club was formed with several members with the intent of reforming the station. The AM Transmitter was repaired, and a significant technology upgrade occurred adding webcasting capabilities. WBVR went online Fall of 2004 broadcasting once again on 630AM and online. By the spring of 2005, student membership had increased to over 30. Fall 2005 began the first full year of the station under full operation with a full staff. Currently, WBVR broadcasts only via webcasting on an MPEG-3 stream. The server information can be seen Here. WBVR also has released a message board for anyone in the world to communicate with WBVR Message Board. As of now, Carl routinely visits the station providing system updates and offering guest appearances on shows.

Campus Staff

  • Chancellor Gary Keefer
  • Director of Student Affairs Chris Rizzo
  • Athletic Director Andy Kirschner
  • Director of Enrollment Daniel Pinchot

Resident Student Life

  • Intramural Sports (Flag Football, Soccer, Volleyball)
  • Sand Volleyball court behind dorms
  • "Beaver Fest", Week of intramural activities right before finals week in April
  • Dozens of random events/outings organized by Resident Assistants
  • 18 Hole Frisbee Golf Course

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Coordinates: 40°40′39″N 80°17′37″W / 40.67753°N 80.29359°W / 40.67753; -80.29359








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