Panelists Reflect on King's 'Dream' Speech
The University continues its Black History Month celebration with a discussion about social and civil rights.
Speaker to Examine Medical Marijuana Use
Cal U will host a discussion about medical marijuana at 11 a.m. March 3 in Duda Hall, Room 103.
From Walk-on to Athletic Hall of Fame
Jim Snyder played all four secondary positions from 1981 and 1984.
Black History Month presentation focuses on stories written after the Civil War and before the Harlem Renaissance.
Chancellor's Blog: Farther, Faster
This month we are asking the PA General Assembly to choose?to choose whether or not all Pennsylvanians will have access to affordable career-relevant college education that is critical to the economic health and well-being of this Commonwealth.
FDI Scholar Addresses Race in Education
"Educational Places as Racial Places" was part of Cal U's Celebration of Black History Month
Cal U to Host State Band Festival
California University's bands and its director, Dr. Frank Stetar, will host the 73rd Annual Pennsylvania Intercollegiate Band Festival from Feb. 28-March 1.
Spring Theater Season Opens with 'Creativity'
Showtimes are 7 p.m. Feb. 20-21 and 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. Feb. 22 in Steele Hall Blaney Theatre.
Summer College Registration Opens Feb. 17
Students have a choice of more than 200 credit courses at either the undergraduate or graduate level.
Wildlife Majors Contribute to Symphony Concert
Senior Kirstin Palumbo and sophomore Gabriella "Bella" Evans will add a bit of science to the arts when the Washington Symphony Orchestra performs a concert at 3 p.m. March 1 at Trinity High School.
New Options at Club and Organization Fair
More than 400 students stop by the Performance Center to discover ways to get involved on campus.
Cal U Swimmers Earn Academic Honor
The program was recently recognized as a College Swimming and Diving Coaches Association of American Scholar All-America Team for the Fall 2019 semester.
One-Man Play Gives Students Pause
Paul Spradley's presentation begins the University's celebration of Black History Month.
Foundation Awards Presented
Four receive the honor from the Foundation for California University of Pennsylvania.
IRS Employee Exemplifies Core Values
At the second annual Bow Ties & Pearls Ball, alumna Kerri Rowan ’77 will receive one of the University’s most prestigious honors, the Lillian M. Bassi Core Values Award.
'Feed Your Soul' Drive a Success
The Black Student Union partners with the Cal U Cupboard to collect non-perishable food items to fill a Kia Soul. The drive honored the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and kicks off the University's celebration of Black History Month in February.
Students Embrace Day of Service
The spirit of volunteerism impacts students who attended the event in the Performance Center. Their work will benefit local community organizations.
Football Star Heads to Cal U Hall of Fame
For the 2006-2009 football seasons, Johnson was a starter in one of the game's most challenging positions.
Cal U Supports Stock Market Challenge
California University of Pennsylvania is partnering with the Pennsylvania Council on Financial Literacy to sponsor stock market competitions for elementary, middle and high school students in a five-county region.
New Year, New Interests
The Club and Organizational Fair on Feb. 4 showcases the variety of extracurricular activities at Cal U.
Social Work Professor Provides Training
Dr. Azadeh Block designs cultural humility training program for Jefferson Hospital.
Professor Earns Athletic Training Honor
Dr. Linda Platt Meyer is inducted into the Eastern Athletic Trainers' Association '49 Club.
A Retreat for Writers
Faculty members gather at SAI Farm for a day of productivity, collegiality and scholarship.
Fall 2019 Dean's List
Congratulations to students at California University of Pennsylvania who have been named to the Dean's List for the 2019 fall semester.
Black History Month Events Planned
The theme for the 2020 celebration is 'The Next 400 Years: Recognition, Restoration, and Resilience.'
Chancellor: State System at Turning Point
Dr. Dan Greenstein calls on elected leaders to support reform efforts in 2020.
Chancellor to Update System Progress
Dr. Dan Greenstein is set to deliver his State of the System address at the Board of Governors meeting Jan. 15-16.
Cal U Touch Added for Radiologic Technology Program
Students in the two-year program learn diagnostic imaging skills at Washington Hospital.
412 Food Rescue
Dr. Sean Madden gives back by delivering food to community organizations.
Athletes Honored for Academics
More than 200 named to Athletic Director Honor Roll.
Day of Service Set for Jan. 28
The event honors the memory of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
Tuition Request Heading to Harrisburg
If approved by the Board of Governors for Pennsylvania's State System of Higher Education, a modest tuition increase will help Cal U achieve financial sustainability while providing additional scholarships and academic support services for students.
People of the Decade
We take a look back at some of the notable people who have left their marks on Cal U over the past 10 years.
Chancellor's Blog: 'Tis the Season
It's a good time to celebrate our successes and embrace the differences that help us to grow.
CPDC Receives Enterprise Donation
The funds will be used for career-related events and initiatives to serve Cal U students.
Congratulations to Our Grads
Cal U holds commencement ceremonies for those who earned associate, bachelor's, master's and doctoral degrees in August and December 2019.
Four Vulcans, Retired Coach to Enter Hall of Fame
The inductees will be honored May 2 at the Bow Ties and Pearls Ball.
Board of Governors Approves Contracts
Collective bargaining agreements are with unions representing faculty and campus professionals at Cal U and the 13 other state-owned universities.
Plaque Honors Foundation Presidents
The plaque, on display outside the President's Office in Old Main, honors past presidents of the Foundation for California University of Pennsylvania and recognizes the Foundation's role in supporting the University and its students since 1986. It was presented to President Geraldine M. Jones by Foundation president Dr. Harry E. Serene.
Artwork on Display Dec. 15
The works were created by students, alumni and faculty.
Holly Day a Hit
The community comes to campus for holiday activities.
Future Business Leaders Compete
Cal U hosts 270 high school students in a regional competition designed to prepare them for fulfilling careers.
Room Rate Rises for First Time Since 2012
The success of Cal U's living-learning communities is also part of the report to the University's Council of Trustees.
Commission Selects Students of the Year
The award recipients were chosen for their support of women's issues on campus.
Panel Discusses Winter Break Strategies
There are ways to minimize the stress of being home after living independently.
Soccer Teams Sends Jerseys to Africa
Uniforms benefit school in Nigeria.
Holiday Donations Fill Cupboard
The Cal U Cupboard helps with issues of food insecurity.
Pottery Sale, Art Exhibition Set
The pottery sale will be Dec. 4-5 in the Ceramics Studio, while student artwork will be on display in Vulcan Hall through the end of finals.
Winter Commencement Dec. 13-14
Alumnus Col. Lance D. Oskey will address graduate and undergraduate students.