Cal U For Life
A Cal U education is one of the best investments you'll ever make. Not only can it lay the foundation for your career, it can help to shape your future.
At California University you can encounter new ideas, be inspired by esteemed faculty members and meet lifelong friends – maybe even your future spouse. It's a place where you have endless opportunities to become involved in student projects, activities and sports that help to build your character.
Cal U For Life celebrates the lifelong relationship between you and your alma mater. We pledge to provide opportunities while you're a student here, and for the rest of your life. It's all part of our mission of Building Character, Building Careers.
California University pledges:
- to provide numerous opportunities to build your character as well as your career; to help you develop civic engagement and leadership skills; to instill in you a justified Vulcan pride in the accomplishments of this institution, founded in 1852; to have Cal U provide you continuing support and a lifelong welcome, beginning from your first day and continuing through your alumni years; to strive to make your University diploma ever more valuable as the years come and go, and in that way: to provide continuing support and a lifelong welcome.
- to take full advantage of all the opportunities that California University of Pennsylvania has to offer to build both my character and my career; to become a leader; to give my best as a student; to uphold the core values of Integrity, Civility and Responsibility; to support the University’s Bill of Rights and Responsibilities; to be a positive member of this University and my community; and to forge a lifelong relationship with Cal U.
To learn more about Cal U For Life, contact us.
Cal U for Life
Cal U for Life Photos
See our photo album on the Cal U Alumni Association's Phanfare Page. You can order prints and gifts of your favorite images!
Tuition Freedom Day
Read the letter of thanks the Student Government Association sent to all members of the Pennsylvania General Assembly and newspaper editors in western Pennsylvania and Harrisburg.