Below is a list of resources available at the Shenango campus, Penn State University at large, as well as local community resources, to provide ease of access to necessary and important information.
Students will find personnel contact information, website links, and other information regarding academics, advising, financial aid, disability resources, emergency contacts, mental health intervention, etc.
- Jo Anne Carrick, Campus Director and Chief Academic Officer
- Elaine Andrews, Assistant Director of Academic Affairs
- Tasha Lambert, Administrative Support Assistant
- Amy Deuink, Head Librarian
- Jill Cataldi, Information Resources and Support Specialist
- Deborah Brennan, Reference and Instruction Librarian
Additional Academic Resources:
Disability and Counseling Services
- Tony Paglia, Campus Counselor and Disability Coordinator
Penn State Educational Equity:
- Student Disability Resources
- Crisis Service Lines: Text "LIONS" to 741741 or call 877-229-6400.
- PEAL Center - 724-813-7931
- Mercer County MH/ID (Mental Health & Intellectual Disability Dept.) - 724-662-2230
- Mercer Co. 24-Hr Crisis Line - 724-662-2227
Emergency/Campus and Local Police
In case of emergency, please call 911.
- Shenango Campus Police
- Penn State University Police & Public Safety
- City of Sharon Police - 724-983-3210
Financial Aid & Student Financial Assistance Programs
- Shawn O'Neill, Financial Aid Coordinator
- Renee Rubano, Financial Coordinator
Additional Student Financial Information:
- Fuel for the Future - Shenango students entering an unpaid internship or clinical rotation can complete an application for the chance to receive a fuel card.
- Meal Plan information
Mental Health Counseling
- Crisis Intervention - 724-652-9000
- Lawrence County Crisis Line - 724-652-9036
- Someplace Safe - domestic violence support and prevention
- Rape Crisis Team of Trumbull County
- Help Network (local Ohio-based network)
- Mental Health Association of Mercer County
- Mahoning County Mental Health and Recovery Board
- Trumbull County Mental Health and Recovery Board
- Pennsylvania LGBTQ Organization Directory
- Got Your Back—Ohio-based service for farm workers experiencing a mental health crisis
- National Alliance on Mental Illness Helpline - 1-800-950-6264
All resources related to student conduct, including reporting forms and conduct code can be found on the Student Affairs website.