Spring Club Fair Highlights Student Life
There's always something to do at Cal U, and more than 400 students got a firsthand look at many available opportunities at the 2019 spring semester's Club and Organizational Fair.
Todd Pinkham produces art for a weekend festival in West Virginia.
Meet the New Vulcan
Logos to be revealed at a pep rally at 11 a.m. Feb. 21 in the Performance Center.
Student Interns with Gov. Wolf
Angel Hart Funk is one of 12 students participating this fall in The Harrisburg Internship Semester program.
New Sound System Opens Possibilities
The system enhances opportunities for students in Cal U's programs in theater, commercial music technology, and design and entertainment technology.
Spring Theater Season Opens with 'Edges'
The musical explores the challenges that come with adulthood.
Speaker Brings Motivational Message to Students
Joe Webb kicks off Cal U's Black History Month series of events.
University Closed Jan. 30-31
No classes will be held, residence halls will remain open.
Cal U Hosts Training for Group Fitness Instructors
Group fitness instructors - or those who aspire to that role - can obtain certification in the Les Mills Sprint® fitness program March 30-31.
Spring 2019 Open House Dates Set
Come to Cal U on Feb. 23, March 23 or April 27 to explore academic options and campus life.
Cal U named Military Friendly School
California University of Pennsylvania is recognized for assistance provided to military service members, veterans and their families.
Vulcans Continue Academic Success
Students in Cal U's athletic programs have compiled a cumulative grade-point average of 3.10 or higher for 17 of the past 18 semesters.
Field of Dreams
Field of Dreams
Series of Events Planned for Black History Month
A variety of service projects in February will honor the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
State System will 'transform' itself to expand educational opportunities for students
New chancellor delivers first 'State of the System' address
Cal U Student-Athlete Appointed to Committee
Madeleine McKenna has been named to NCAA Division II Student-Athlete Advisory Committee, the first Cal U student to be selected for the position.
Cast Your Vote for a New University Logo
Stop by Natali Student Center to view the two Cal U logo options designed by our own talented staff. See how they look in a variety of uses. Then cast your vote in person for the logo that you think best reflects California University's true personality.
Graphics Student Heads to World Competition
Brittany Whitestone, a two-time SkillsUSA champion, will compete in August in the print media technology category.
Fall 2018 Dean's List
Congratulations to students at California University of Pennsylvania who have been named to the Dean's List for the 2018 Fall Semester.
Professor Serves on Fulbright Committee
Dr. Kimberly Vanderlaan, an associate professor of English at Cal U, serves on a national committee of three to select participants for the Fulbright English Teaching Assistant Program in the Netherlands.
Seniors design solution for workforce development board.
Board of Governors Meet Jan. 16-17
Dr. Dan Greenstein's swearing-in ceremony as the fifth chancellor of Pennsylvania's State System of Higher Education will be Wednesday.
21 Programs Gain New or Renewed Accreditation
California University of Pennsylvania starts the new year with new or renewed accreditations for 21 academic degree programs, bringing the total number of accredited programs at Cal U to more than 50 in all.
Foundation Announces Officers, Award Winners
The Foundation for California University has elected officers and presented its annual awards to two individuals and one organization.
Theater Interviews Set for Jan. 19-20
Several hundred aspiring actors, singers, dancers and technicians are expected to participate in the 2019 North Central Regional Auditions and Interviews Jan. 19-20 in Steele Hall.
Destination Days for Transfer Students
Destination Days make it easy to complete your education at Cal U.
Grant-funded Projects to Improve Habitats
Partners for Fish and Wildlife, a conservation collaborative based at Cal U, will restore hundreds of acres of fish and wildlife habitat thanks to a grant from the Richard King Mellon Foundation.
Services Help First-Generation Students
"When they leave with a degree, the impact is profound," says Lisa Driscoll, who manages several programs at Cal U that help students succeed.
Certifications Enhance Student Experiences
GIS specialist Dr. Tom Mueller is recognized by National Geographic, and students can now earn a certification from the Afghanistan Spatial Data Center.