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State College, Pennsylvania, also known as “Happy Valley,” is located in the heart of Central Pennsylvania in Centre County. The area is heavily influenced economically and demographically by Penn State University’s University Park campus and is surrounded by farmland, mountains and forests.
The presence of Penn State’s main campus, in addition to a thriving business climate, provides benefits to State College and the surrounding area such as: a strong and steady economy, job growth, education and low crime rates. State College has been recognized by Forbes in the following categories: “One of the Best Small Places for Business and Careers” (72nd), “Job Growth” (39th), “Having a Low Cost of Doing Business” (157th) and “Education” (10th). In 2010, the CQ Press ranked State College as the third-safest metropolitan area in the United States, and in 2013 it was ranked second smartest city by Lumosity.
The wide variety of recreational and leisure activities in and around State College make it a fun place to live. In fact, National Geographic magazine ranked State College as one of the best adventure towns in the U.S. The area offers a lot of ways to relax and have fun, including sporting events, music, theater and the arts, camping, hiking and many community events.
The cost of living in State College is 5.3% below the national average and 7.3% below the state average, making it an affordable place to live. The State College Area School District operates nine elementary schools, two middle schools and one high school. On average, the State College Area School District is above the state average in quality of education.