While anyone can use and find the system helpful, it can be especially beneficial for people with disabilities such as hearing loss, speech and cognitive impairments.
Penn State hosts a number of chats throughout the year where prospective and accepted students can chat with students, offices, campuses, and academic colleges to learn more about the University.
Ask Us is an extension of our in-person, phone, and email Reference Service and can be used for the same purposes: to obtain research help, advice and assistance on any research topic.
Additionally, if you have a technology-related question (wireless access, computer problems, accounts, printing, etc.), you may want to contact the IT Help Desk. We are here to help you find the information you need and to hopefully teach you something along the way. Additionally, we will immediately block anyone who uses inappropriate or abusive language in their chat messages. The Archer Library takes patron privacy and confidentiality very seriously and will never disclose your personal information or request to any external person, body, or institution.
Sometimes we may need to limit the chat to 20 minutes at times when there is an influx of contacts.You can find the schedule of chats below by the type of chat.The chat event will open shortly before the scheduled start time, at which point you can click the link for the chat date in order to join the event. Domestic students (those who live in the United States) may chat with current Penn State students and admissions counselors.View chat transcripts » Live Twitter Chat with Admissions If you are considering a Booth MBA, plan to participate in the Live Twitter Chat with members of the Full-Time MBA Admissions Committee. Find out more about Dallas Theological Seminary in an online chat with current students and admissions counselors. Set up a visit, or come see us at one of our seminary preview days held every October, November, March, and April. Unless otherwise noted, all chats are from 7-9 pm CST.