It's time for Penn State Football Again!!!





The chapter meets at Glory Days Grill in Ellicott City to watch every game.  We have a private room reserved where we can get as crazy and loud as we want!  So come out and cheer on our Lions and hang out with some fellow Penn Staters too!

Glory Days Grill's address is 10035 Baltimore National Pike, Ellicott City, MD 21042





Penn State vs. Maryland Football Game

In case you didn't know, our Nittany Lions are coming to Maryland this year to take on the Terrapins.  The game is on a Friday night this year - September 27th.

UMD will have PSU blocks of seats at the following prices:


-- Lower level/200 level: $78 per seat

-- 309 level:  $58 per seat

-- Premium level/ sec 4-7 and sec 205-208: $143 per ticket + a silver level UMD donation (~$135) + a $50 per ticket donation (These will not be available through the link. Contact Treg Waldron directly at 301-405-8118 to purchase these).


Here is the link to get your tickets:  https://offer.fevo.com/football-vs-penn-state-2i25awt-467e987?fevoUri=football-vs-penn-state-2i25awt-467e987%2F


If you have specific seat requests such as ADA accommodations, need an aisle because limited mobility, etc. please contact Treg Waldron directly at 301-405-8118 or  email at twaldron@umd.edu


The link will be sent to the following alumni chapters in addition to ours:


Potomac Valley


Washington, DC

So don’t delay in ordering!

Meanwhile parking tickets are available through https://umd.aceparking.com/events/reserve/1035.   There is very limited parking so purchase immediately if interested.

The Chapter is working on a tailgate or pre-game party.  We'll let you know as soon as arrangements have been made.




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     Alumni Association Chapter of Distinction

     2017 Professional Development Award

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     Alumni Association Membership Award Winner

     2012 Alumni Association Joint Activity Award Winner


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Penn State News - Athletics

17 September 2019

  • Behrend cross country teams win Twilight Invite
    Penn State Behrend’s cross country teams won the Twilight Invite in Erie on Sept. 13. Jenna Shelton, a senior from Cabot, won the women’s 6K with a time of 23:15.0.
  • DuBois volleyball defeats New Kensington
    The Penn State DuBois Lady Lion volleyball team hosted Penn State New Kensington on Sunday for a single match up of play. DuBois was just coming off of their tiring tri-match from the day before, but was ready for the new challenge.
  • Registration ongoing for Penn State Tailgates at away football games
    There's still time for Penn State alumni and fans to cheer on Penn State football at this season’s Penn State Tailgates, the premier pregame event for away games, hosted by the Penn State Alumni Association. Registration is available for the tailgates at Iowa (Oct. 12), Michigan State (Oct. 26), Minnesota (Nov. 9), and Ohio State (Nov. 23).

Penn State News - Top News

13 September 2019

  • President Barron discusses efforts to help students manage debt
    Since Penn State’s founding as a land-grant college serving the children of Pennsylvania farmers and laborers, the University has remained committed to providing students of all backgrounds with an accessible and affordable high-quality education. Along with longstanding efforts to control and monitor costs, Penn State President Eric Barron outlined the University's approach to helping students to borrow less, manage debt, graduate on time and build financial skills while preparing for future careers, in a presentation to the Board of Trustees at its Friday (Sept. 13) meeting.
  • Salary increases approved for President, two executives
    The Penn State Board of Trustees today (Sept. 13) approved a salary increase for Penn State President Eric Barron and received information on salary increases granted to two other University executives.
  • Trustees approve naming of student union at New Kensington
    A planned student union building at Penn State New Kensington will be named in honor and memory of a long-time supporter and donor of the campus.