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An inmate at the California Correctional Institute is selling calendars to pay for his Penn State World Campus courses.

From Penn State to the state penitentiary, class is in session.

Dirk Van Velzen is a Penn State World Campus student who is currently incarcerated at the California Correctional Institute and is paying his way through college by selling calendars made with artwork created by fellow inmates.

From Penn State to the state penitentiary, class is in session.

Dirk Van Velzen is a Penn State World Campus student who is currently incarcerated at the California Correctional Institute and is paying his way through college by selling calendars made with artwork created by fellow inmates.

Amy Stever, Van Velzen's academic adviser, said there are 50 incarcerated students pursuing degrees through Penn State's World Campus.