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Nittany Lion Club Seat Equity and Transfer Program - FAQs

What Brought About This Change?
What are the Benefits?
STEP Fundamentals
Seat/Ticket Transfers
Seat Equity Factor (Zones/Donations)
2011 Seat Assignment Procedure
Implementation Timeline
Stadium Seating Chart
Calculators
Contact Us




Financial realities
Penn State Athletics must generate additional revenue in order to maintain its status as a self-supporting budgetary unit of the university. Left alone, Athletic Department expenses are projected to exceed revenues within the timeframe of the current 10 year financial plan. More information on financial details can be found at www.GoPSUsports.com/step-financial.

Alignment with peer institutions
Penn State stands out as one of the only major college football programs in the country that does not currently reflect season ticket location to donor giving levels. By foregoing this source of revenue, Penn State puts itself at severe disadvantage to other nationally competitive football programs. To view comparative donation-based seating programs, please reference the list at www.GoPSUsports.com/step-others.

Opportunity to transfer season tickets
Nittany Lion Club donors who purchase season tickets have not previously had the opportunity to pass along their season tickets to family or friends.

Nittany Lion Club seat assignments
The current football ticket allocation process does not adequately link a donor's Nittany Lion Club gift to the quality of seat assignment in the ticketing renewal process.

What are the Benefits and Outcomes?
• First-time, limited opportunity to transfer seats to family and friends
• Long-term financial viability of Penn State Athletics as a self-sustaining budgetary unit
• Long-term, fairness-based seat allocation system
• Enhanced reward on Nittany Lion Club point accumulation
• Increased and improved fan amenities at Beaver Stadium
• Reduced probability of annual ticket price increases
• Greater student impact on game atmosphere
• Improved sightlines adjacent to student seating





1. What is the difference between the Nittany Lion Club STEP and a stadium reseating plan?
This is an excellent question to be asking. A stadium reseating, as many of our contemporaries have implemented, requires that seats are removed from each ticket holder and then the patron is systematically reseated using some measurement reflective of financial support of the program. Reseating proceeds without offering any options to retain current seating location.

The Nittany Lion Club STEP offers multiple options. Most of our season ticket holders will have the opportunity to retain, upgrade, or relocate their seats. Nittany Lion Club members can also take advantage of a first-time opportunity for ticket transfer.

2. Is this a seat license?
No, the Nittany Lion Club STEP is not a seat license. Many venues have adopted a seat license programs which require a long-term financial commitment. Instead, STEP is based upon an annual gift benefitting Penn State Athletics. You may renew or release your tickets each year and you are not bound by a long term contract. STEP is flexible and short-term allowing for annual adjustments as your personal situation may change.

3. Do other schools like Penn State have a program similar to this?
Penn State is one of the only major college athletic programs in the country that does not currently align football season ticket locations and donor giving levels. By foregoing this source of revenue, Penn State puts itself at a severe disadvantage to other nationally competitive football programs. To view comparative donation-based seating programs at peer institutions, please reference the list at www.GoPSUsports.com/step-others.

4. Why does Penn State need to implement this program?
Following extensive discussion and study regarding the structure of our current program, it has become clear that adjustment is necessary. There are a few fundamental reasons for this change along with numerous secondary reasons.

First, it is important to more fairly allocate season tickets in a way that properly reflects and reward the generosity of our donors. Secondly, Penn State must generate sufficient revenue to maintain itself as a self-supporting budgetary unit of the University. Expenses are projected to exceed revenues within 10 years. It would be irresponsible and dangerous to ignore these financial realities. More information on these financial details can be found at www.GoPSUsports.com/step-financial.

With more fans than ever supporting the Nittany Lion Club, we find it necessary to create and implement a new system that rewards ongoing support, acknowledges long-time ticket holders and actively engages our newest Nittany Lion Club members. In addition, this plan will bring an elevated integrity to the established NLC priority point system.

5. Are the donations associated with the Seat Transfer and the Seat Equity Plan tax deductible?
Yes! As is the case with your previous donations to the Nittany Lion Club, Seat Equity Plan donations go directly to the Levi Lamb Fund for Athletics and are 80% tax-deductible as described in IRS code, section 170(I).

6. What is the difference between the Transfer Plan and the Seat Equity Plan?
The Transfer phase of the program is completely optional and will allow Nittany Lion Club members to transfer all or a portion of their season tickets to family or friends! It is a one-time transaction and will be realized in the 2011 season. This has been an option that has been requested for many years and we are very excited to offer this to our donors for the 2011 season.

The Seat Equity Plan specifically aligns seat location with donor level. Football season tickets for 2011 will be allocated annually via the Nittany Lion Seat Equity Plan. Season ticket locations will correlate with athletic donor giving levels each year.

Many of our ticket holders will not notice any change in their annual gift requirement. Please review the materials carefully.

7. Do I still have to pay separately for my tickets?
Yes, tickets will still be purchased following the receipt of Nittany Lion Club gifts.

8. Will the students get more seats in the new seating configuration?
Yes. The Penn State student section will be repositioned allowing for an increase in total seats in 2011.

9. Will there be any special tools to assist me in planning for my 2011 seating choices?
Yes. Each season ticket holder was sent a personal letter and an informative Nittany Lion Seat Equity Plan brochure via the US Mail. Our website offers even more details, including links to the new seating chart of Beaver Stadium, the new "zones" and their corresponding gift levels, and an on-line calculator that will automatically compute the gifts required for your choices. Take your time to review the information! Return to the online home of the Nittany Lion Club STEP here: www.GoPSUsports.com/step.

We are here to help you through these changes! You can reach Customer Relations by phone at 1-800-NITTANY (1-800-648-8269) or you may direct email to step2011@psu.edu.

10. What are the primary changes with the new Nittany Lion Club Seat Transfer and Equity Plan (STEP)?
The first change to highlight is the Transfer option included in the new STEP. For the first time, Nittany Lion Club members will be able to transfer their season tickets to family or friends!

The second important point to highlight is that location in the stadium will now become a factor when determining your minimum annual Nittany Lion Club donation.

11. When does the Nittany Lion Club STEP go into effect?
Beaver Stadium seating in 2011 will reflect the changes made through the Nittany Lion Club STEP.

12. How can I benefit from these new options?
We're here to help you through these changes. You will notice some first-time opportunities and some different requirements, too. A solid understanding of the new program is the best way to begin. We have communicated with each season ticket holder through printed materials and have also made all relevant information conveniently available through the internet. For example, there are many more FAQ's to review right here! Please take the time to consider all published materials, printed and web based, and be assured that we will be available via phone and email to help you.

You can reach Customer Relations by phone at 1-800-NITTANY (1-800-648-8269) or you may direct email to step2011@psu.edu.

13. How will the additional revenue be used?
As you may know, Penn State Athletics operates as a self-funding entity of the University, using no tuition or state appropriations for our annual operating budget. It is critical that the ever-escalating expenses associated with running our comprehensive athletic program are fully funded. The costs associated with tuition, travel, medical care and insurance, facility maintenance and construction and other big ticket costs continue to escalate at alarming rates and are beyond the fiscal control of the athletic department. These areas will directly benefit from the additional financial support.

Beyond the challenge of meeting today's operating costs, we will be enhancing the game day experience for all fans at Beaver Stadium over the next several seasons; upgraded amenities, such as increased restroom facilities, additional concession offerings, easier entry and access to the parking lots and stadium.

14. What are the important dates to know with regard to the Nittany Lion Club STEP?
A thorough timeline is included on page 9 of your Nittany Lion Club STEP Brochure. The Nittany Lion Club STEP brochure can be downloaded by clicking here.

15. Will the Seat Transfer and Equity Plan be in place beyond 2011?
The Transfer option is a limited opportunity, so it must be carefully considered and acted upon before the deadline of June 30, 2010. However, the Seat Equity Plan will remain beyond the 2011 season. Seat locations will continue to be one of the factors used to determine annual Nittany Lion Club gifts.

16. If I have questions about this plan or need clarification, where do I turn for help?
We're here to help you. A complete explanation of the Nittany Lion Seat Equity Plan is available here for further review:www.GoPSUsports.com/step and there are plenty of FAQ's here that might also be helpful.

If the answer to your questions cannot be found in these prepared materials, our Athletics Customer Relations Center staff would be pleased to assist you at 1-800-NITTANY or drop us an email at step2011@psu.edu.

17. Why must the football program be responsible for supporting other Penn State athletic teams?
Donations to the Nittany Lion Club have always supported student-athletes in all 29-varsity sports through their tax deductible gifts. This will not change. We are committed to a broad based program allowing student-athletes to pursue their education and represent all of us by competing , on and off their fields of play.

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1. What is the difference between the Transfer Plan and the Seat Equity Plan?
The Transfer phase of the program will allow Nittany Lion Club members to transfer all or a portion of their season tickets to family or friends! It is a one-time transaction and will be realized in the 2011 season. This has been an option that has been requested for many years and we are very excited to offer this to our donors for the 2011 season.

The Seat Equity Plan specifically aligns seat location with donor level. Football season tickets for 2011 will be allocated annually via the Nittany Lion Seat Equity Plan. Season ticket locations will correlate with athletic donor giving levels each year.

Many of our ticket holders will not notice any change in their annual gift requirement. Please review the materials carefully.

2. What does it cost to transfer my tickets to another account?
A one-time donation is associated with ticket Transfer and the program is outlined on pages 4-5 in the Nittany Lion Club STEP Brochure. The Nittany Lions Club STEP brochure can be downloaded by clicking here. There is also a reference on the 2011 Beaver Stadium Seating Chart.

3. Do I have to transfer all of my seats in order to take advantage of the Seat Transfer opportunity?
Not at all. The benefit of the Transfer offering is that you may now put a portion of your tickets into someone else's name, essentially transferring the obligation of those seats for future years. A maximum of six (6) season tickets, and a minimum of two (2) season tickets, can be transferred to any one individual.

4. When do I need to decide if I'm going to transfer any of my tickets to family or friends?

The deadline for the Transfer Option is June 30, 2010 (postmark date). The form to be submitted was included in the mailing to our season ticket holders at the conclusion of the 2009 football season. The form can also be downloaded by clicking here.

5. Can I also transfer any of my Nittany Lion Club points?

No, your Nittany Lion Club points do not transfer.

6. Is it possible to transfer AFTER I relocate some or all of my tickets?

The Transfer option precedes relocation.

7. If I take advantage of the Seat Transfer offer, does my parking transfer as well?
You may transfer a maximum of one (1) Reserved parking pass. The transferee assumes the gift obligation associated with a Reserved parking benefit. Please review the giving level chart:



8. What paperwork do I need to submit to take advantage of the Seat Transfer offer?

A formal application is required with each transfer request. The application can be found in various places on www.GoPSUsports.com, including the Nittany Lion Club page or you can download it by clicking here. Simply print off the application and send to the address provided. An application can be mailed to the address held in your Athletic/Nittany Lion Club account. In order to receive an application through the mail, please make that request by emailing step2011@psu.edu. or call 1-800-NITTANY (1-800-648-8269).

9. Who pays the Seat Transfer fee?

That is entirely up to the parties completing the transfer, but normally, the person receiving the tickets and establishing the new account makes the Seat Transfer payment. No transfers are complete until payment is received and written confirmation is provided by the Nittany Lion Club.

The transfer donation will earn Nittany Lion Club points and will be credited to the Transferee's NLC Account. The individual making the donation will realize the benefit of the tax deduction.

10. Does my Seat Transfer donation earn Nittany Lion Club points and who receives them?
A successful transfer will earn NLC points on its required transfer donation and will be assigned to the transferee. It is important to remember that the transfer donation does not substitute for the transferee's required Nittany Lion Club STEP gift.

11. When is the Seat Transfer fee due and are there any payment plans available for this?
The deadline for the Transfer Option is June 30, 2010 (postmark date.) There are no payment plans available for this transaction.

12. Who qualifies as an "immediate family member" for purposes of the Seat Transfer offering?
For the purposes of the NLC STEP, the term "immediate family" is defined as the following: Mother, Father, Daughter, Son, Sister, Brother, Stepmother, Stepfather, Stepdaughter, Stepson, Stepbrother, Stepsister, Grandmother, Grandfather, Granddaughter, Grandson.

13. Can tickets be transferred between individuals and corporations, trusts, or foundations?
For a limited time, tickets may now be transferred between individuals. Also, tickets may be transferred from a business (including, without limitation, a corporation, partnership or limited liability company), foundation, family trust or other entity (all referred to together as an `Entity") to an individual, but may not be transferred from an individual to an Entity. All transfers are final after they have been approved by the NLC.

14. Who decides whether my Seat Transfer application is accepted?
All ticket transfer applications will be reviewed by a transfer approval clearinghouse to assure that the request satisfies all relevant criteria.

The transfer of football season tickets is at the sole discretion of Penn State Athletics and the Nittany Lion Club, in accordance with the procedures set forth. The request for transfer does not guarantee the request will be approved.

15. When and how do I find out if my Seat Transfer request is accepted?
Seat Transfer status for the 2011 football season will be confirmed on or before in writing by August 1, 2010.

16. If I have questions about this plan or need clarification, where do I turn?
We're here to help you. A complete explanation of the Nittany Lion Seat Equity Plan is available for further review here: www.GoPSUsports.com/step and there are plenty of FAQ's that might also be helpful on this page.

If the answer to your questions cannot be found in these prepared materials, our Athletics Customer Relations Center staff would be pleased to assist you at 1-800-NITTANY or drop us an email at STEP2011@psu.edu.

17. What are the important dates to know with regard to the Seat Transfer Plan?
Transfer applications and transfer donations must be complete and submitted by June 30,2010. Your application will be reviewed on before August 1, 2010.

18. Is the gift associated with a successful Seat Transfer tax deductible?
Yes! As is the case with your previous donations to the Nittany Lion Club, STEP donations go directly to the Levi Lamb Fund for Athletics and are 80% tax-deductible as described in IRS code, section 170(I).

19. If my Seat Transfer application is not approved, will my donation be refunded?
Yes, any donation associated with an unsuccessful Seat Transfer will be refunded.

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1. What is the difference between the Transfer Plan and the Seat Equity Plan?
The Transfer phase of the program will allow Nittany Lion Club members to transfer all or a portion of their season tickets to family or friends! It is a one-time transaction and will be realized in the 2011 season. This has been an option that has been requested for many years and we are very excited to offer this to our donors for the 2011 season.

The Seat Equity Plan specifically aligns seat location with donor level. Football season tickets for 2011 will be allocated annually via the Nittany Lion Seat Equity Plan. Season ticket locations will correlate with athletic donor giving levels each year. Many of our ticket holders will not notice any change in their annual gift requirement. Please review the materials carefully.

2. What is the difference between the Nittany Lion Club STEP and a stadium reseating plan?
This is an excellent question to be asking. A stadium reseating, as many of our contemporaries have implemented, requires that seats are removed from each ticket holder and then the patron is systematically reseated using some measurement reflective of financial support of the program. Reseating proceeds without offering any options to retain current seating location.

The Nittany Lion Club STEP offers multiple options. Most of our season ticket holders will have the opportunity to retain, upgrade, or relocate their seats. Nittany Lion Club members can also take advantage of a first-time opportunity for ticket transfer.

3. Is this a seat license?
No, the STEP is not a seat license. Many venues have adopted a seat license program which requires a long-term financial commitment. Instead, STEP is based upon an annual gift benefitting Penn State Athletics. You may renew or release your tickets each year and you are not bound by a long term contract. STEP is flexible and short-term allowing for annual adjustments as your personal situation may change.

4. How do the new annual Seat Equity requirements impact my annual Nittany Lion Club gift?
The Nittany Lion Club STEP becomes a part of your annual membership gift. According to the Seat Equity Plan, a Nittany Lion donor's annual contribution will now be determined by three (3) factors when purchasing season tickets:
1. The quantity of season tickets the donor wishes to purchase
2. The option to choose additional parking benefits such as Preferred or Reserved Parking.
3. The desired location(s) of those season tickets.

5. Do I have to move my seats?
No. With few exceptions, all season ticket holders will have the opportunity to retain their current locations, as well as considering the options of upgrading or relocating.

6. Are the new seat donation amounts over and above my current gift?
No, but seat locations - in combination with ticket quantities and parking benefits -- are now what determines your minimum annual Nittany Lion Club donations.

Pages 6-7 in the Nittany Lion Club STEP Brochure will help you determine the right choices for you. The Nittany Lion Club STEP brochure can be downloaded by clicking here. Follow the 4-step process outlined in the brochure, or for convenience, use the online calculator to automatically compute your minimum Nittany Lion Club donation, www.GoPSUsports.com/step-calculator.

7. How will the Seat Equity Plan impact parking assignments and locations?
All current parking assignments in our Reserved lots will be unaffected by the STEP. Preferred parking privileges will continue to be offered, as well. However, the minimum donor levels that allow for premium parking privileges will see an increase for the 2011 season. Please consider carefully.

8. Will the Seat Equity Plan change the familiar deadlines for Nittany Lion Club membership gifts, ticket orders, and ticket payments?
Some of the deadlines remain unchanged. However, there will be some new dates to notice and some changes in procedure that are important, too. Again, a solid understanding of the new program is the best way to begin. Familiarity with the NLC STEP Timeline found on page 9 of the STEP Brochure is a great tool to help you. The Nittany Lions Club STEP brochure can be downloaded by clicking here.

9. Must I be a Nittany Lion Club member if I want season football tickets?
Yes. All season ticket holders must be active Nittany Lion Club members.

10. When and how do I let you know what I intend to do with my tickets and seat location for 2011.
With some exceptions, all season ticket holders will be asked to declare their ticket intentions for the 2011 football season.

At the beginning of July, 2010, season ticket holders will receive the paperwork to let us know if you intend to retain your location, upgrade to seats with a higher seat equity donation, relocate to seats with a lower donation, or waive your right to purchase 2011 season tickets.

11. Will I pay my seat donation and tell you where I would like to sit at the same time?
No. Submitting your seating intentions requires no donation up front. Your Nittany Lion Club STEP donation will become due following your 2011 seating assignment.

12. How will seats be assigned using STEP guidelines?
Actual seat selection for the 2011 season will follow the receipt of all seating intentions. Then you will be assigned, in point total order, to a seat selection group.

Complete instructions and details about dates and times of seat selection will be sent via mail under separate cover. More details can be found on page 8 of the Nittany Lion Club STEP Brochure. The Nittany Lions Club STEP brochure can be downloaded by clicking here.

13. How will the Nittany Lion Club STEP impact Penn State faculty (or full time staff) members?
Penn State Athletics is pleased to continue to offer our Faculty and Staff program offering a limited number of season football tickets. These ticketing privileges must now also carry a minimum gift equal to 50% of the established Seat Equity donation. If questions remain, please call Athletics Customer Relations at 1-800-NITTANY (1-800-648-8269) or 863-1000.

14. Must I make a STEP gift to qualify for tickets in a specific zone before I know if I will be assigned tickets in that zone?
No, you will not be required to make a Seat Equity gift before you know your 2011 seating assignment.

15. How do we remain seated with our friends who are currently seated nearby?
Those currently seated nearby have the same options that you do. As long as both you and your neighbors meet the seat donation requirement for your current location, you will remain seated together. If there is a decision by a party to move to a different section requiring a different seat donation, all parties would need to request seating together in the new location, but all new locations will be assigned after assessing availability and by taking Nittany Lion Club priority points into account.

16. Is the gift associated with the Seat Equity Plan tax deductible?
Yes! As is the case with your previous donations to the Nittany Lion Club, Seat Equity Plan donations go directly to the Levi Lamb Fund for Athletics and are 80% tax-deductible as described in IRS code, section 170(I).

17. What are the important dates to know with regard to the Seat Equity Plan?
A thorough timeline is included on page 9 of your STEP Brochure. The Nittany Lion Club STEP brochure can be downloaded by clicking here. You can also get to the timeline by clicking here.

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1. Do I have to move my seats?
No. With few exceptions, all season ticket holders will have the opportunity to retain their current locations, as well as considering the options of upgrading or relocating.

2. Must I make a gift to qualify for tickets in a specific zone before I know if I will be assigned tickets in that zone?
No, you will not be required to make a Seat Equity gift before you know your 2011 seating assignment.

3. What if the section I want to sit in has more requests than available seats?
If there is nothing available for you in the zone you prefer, you will not be responsible for its associated NLC STEP donation.

4. How will the assignment and the order of seat selections be determined?
Actual seat selection for the 2011 season will follow the receipt of all seating intentions. First, you need to return the paperwork sent to you to declare your seating intention by the deadline of September 1, 2010. Following receipt of these forms, the NLC will place all ticket holders, by point total order, into selection groups. Then you will be assigned, in point total order, to a seat selection group.

Complete instructions and details about dates and times of seat selection will be sent via mail under separate cover. More details can be found on page 8 of the Nittany Lion Club STEP Brochure. The Nittany Lion Club STEP brochure can be downloaded by clicking here.

5. If I decide to change seat locations, what will I need to do?
If you would like to change your location, the first thing you need to do is return the paperwork to declare your seating intention by the deadline of September 1, 2010. Following receipt of these forms, the NLC will place all ticket holders, by point total order, into selection groups. For example, if you indicate that you wish to upgrade to a zone with a higher Seat Equity donation, you will be in Group #3. If you would prefer to release your current seats and look for seats in a zone with a lower donation, you will be in Group #4.

Complete instructions and details about dates and times of seat selection will be sent via mail under separate cover. More details can be found on page 8 of the Nittany Lion Club STEP Brochure. The Nittany Lion Club STEP brochure can be downloaded by clicking here.

6. How do I go about improving my seat location?
If you would like to change your location, the first thing you need to do is return the paperwork to declare your seating intention by the deadline of September 1, 2010. Following receipt of these forms, the NLC will place all ticket holders, by point total order, into selection groups. If you indicate that you wish to upgrade to a zone with a higher Seat Equity donation, you will be in Group #3.

Complete instructions and details about dates and times of seat selection will be sent via mail under separate cover. More details can be found on page 8 of the Nittany Lion Club STEP Brochure. The Nittany Lion Club STEP brochure can be downloaded by clicking here.

7. Is there a risk that I might jeopardize my season tickets if I do not wish to pay the donation associated with my current location?
If you declare that you are interested in upgrading to a zone with a higher Seat Equity donation and you do not find suitable seats, you may retain your current seats. You will then be responsible for the donation requirement at your current location. You do not jeopardize your current seats.

If you declare that you are interested in moving to a zone that requires a lower Seat Equity donation, you must first RELEASE your current ticket, then you may participate in the seat selection process. However, there can be no guaranteed offered as availability will be unknown ahead of time. Therefore, there is some risk with this choice.

8. How long can I keep earning points before the total will be recorded and grouping begins?
You may continue to earn points through your NLC donations up through June 30, 2010. At that time all NLC members' totals will be recorded for purposes of seat selection orders.

If you are not yet a member of the Nittany Lion Club, you may join, and begin to earn points, by making a tax-deductible donation until June 30, 2010. More information about how to join can be found on the web, www.nittanylionclub.com.

9. When do I make my donation for ticket privileges and locations for 2011?
Nittany Lion Club STEP donations will be determined following the selection of seats and other NLC benefits, such as Preferred or Reserved parking passes. After selection, you will receive a statement of the donation due.

10. Which sections are involved in the mandatory relocation?
Season tickets located in the first three (3) rows of sections EA - EJ and WA - WJ, as well as sections SG (even numbered seats, rows 1-58), SH, SJ, SK, WA, WAU and WBU (odd numbered seats, rows 41-80), and North Upper Deck sections NAU - NJU (rows 81-95 in all sections), must be reassigned due to the installation of ADA seating along both sidelines, the enhancement of the student section in the south end of the stadium and the relocation of visiting team tickets to the North Upper Deck.

11. If I'm in the group that is required to relocate due to changes in the visitor seat assignment, the enhancement of the student section or the ADA requirements, how do I know where I'll sit in 2011?
All who hold season tickets in these areas will be assigned, by point total order, to seat selection Group #2. You will have an early opportunity to reselect seating for 2011.

Complete instructions and details about dates and times of seat selection will be sent via mail under separate cover. More details can be found on page 8 of the Nittany Lion Club STEP Brochure. The Nittany Lion Club STEP brochure can be downloaded by clicking here.

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  • Nittany Lion Club STEP Timeline

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  • 2011 Beaver Stadium Seating Chart

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Click Here to Download the Online Calculator
(You must have Microsoft Excel to use the online calculator.)

A manual worksheet can be found by going to the How Does the Plan Affect Me? or by downloading the Nittany Lion STEP Brochure and going to page 6-7.




You can reach Customer Relations by phone at 1-800-NITTANY (1-800-648-8269) or you may direct email to step2011@psu.edu.



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