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The scandal has already cost the school an estimated $237 million. By CS Staff · January 09, 2017

The penalty is the largest ever assessed for Clery Act violations. By CS Staff · November 03, 2016

The university has set aside $33.2 million for future cases involving alleged victims of Jerry Sandusky. By CS Staff · November 30, 2015

All Penn State College of Engineering students, faculty and staff will have to change their passwords after two major cyberattacks. By CS Staff · May 18, 2015

Former Penn State Assistant Coaches Jay Paterno and Bill Kenney say the university unfairly linked them to the Jerry Sandusky scandal when school officials fired them in January 2012. By CS Staff · July 23, 2014

A three-judge Pennsylvania Superior Court panel ruled on Wednesday that former Penn State assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky should not get a new trial. By CS Staff · October 01, 2013

Penn State’s Board of Trustees has approved the installation of 450 IP-based video surveillance cameras in 60 residence halls and commons buildings throughout the campus. By CS Staff · September 26, 2013

The child sex abuse scandal at Penn State University involving Jerry Sandusky has now cost the university $49.4 million for legal and consulting services. By CS Staff · September 15, 2013

Penn State’s board of trustees has approved the payment of approximately $60 million to settle claims of about two dozen men who were sexually assaulted as young boys by the school’s former assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky. By CS Staff · July 17, 2013

Penn State’s Board of Trustees approved a resolution on Friday authorizing the university to make settlement offers to a number of individuals who have made claims arising out of actions of former assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky. By CS Staff · July 11, 2013