Student Newspaper Adapts Online
The Cal Times continues to provide information on the University, students, faculty, staff and alumni as Cal U continues with remote operations.
Here to Help: Counseling, PARC Services
The two offices are available to meet student needs. The Counseling Center plans a Zoom event on April 1 to help students with the transition to online education.
Here to Help: Cal U Launches Virtual Book Club
Manderino Library welcomes the Cal U community and University friends to stay connected online through a love of reading.
WCAL Wins Radio Honors
The Cal U station is recognized as the Best College Radio Station Under-10,000 Students.
Here to Help: Keep Career Goals on Track
The Career and Professional Development Center at Cal U offers online tools to help students.
Story Girl to the Rescue
Dr. Clover Simms Wright, from Cal U's Childhood Education Department, uses her alter ego to provide an educational resource to parents and children.
Student Leader: Stay Ahead Online
Alex Arnold shares some advice for students who will take their first classes online beginning March 30.
President's Message: Rising to the Challenge
In challenging times, our Cal U community is collaborating, innovating and comforting each other.
Student Earns National Accolade
Morgan Gloeckl is recognized as the American Collegiate Hockey Association Women's Division 2 Off-Ice MVP.
Refund of Student Fees | Cal U
System guidance calls for pro-rated returns to students "for services they will no longer receive, including housing, dining, and unused portions of other fees as determined by the university."
Here to Help: Staying Active
Dr. Barry McGlumphy, from Cal U’s exercise science and health promotion programs, offers some advice and tips on making the most of extra time and space.
Here to Help: Library at Your Service
Cal U's Manderino Library offers services to help students in virtual education environment.
Student Group Wins National Award
The Student Activities Board is recognized for its exceptional programming.
Teaching and Learning Center Helps Online Transition
Cal U expertise is smoothing the way for our faculty to begin offering face-to-face classes in a distance learning format.
Ask Admissions Anything
The counselors in the Admissions Office launch Facebook Live sessions to keep the college search process on track for high school students.
Campus Moves to Remote Operations
As the COVID-19 outbreak continues to spread, the University is adjusting its response out of concern for the health and safety of our students, our employees, and the communities where we live and work.
Spring Break Extended, Instruction Online
University leadership and a Pandemic Illness Assessment Team have been making plans to respond based on guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the Pennsylvania Department of Public Health and other agencies.
Speaker Discusses Research
Matt Reid explores the perceptions of medical marijuana and recreational marijuana in states where both are legal.
Vulcans Earn Seventh Seed
The women's basketball team will face Gannon in the opening round of the NCAA Division II Tournament.
Sophomore to Compete at NCAA Track Nationals
Divonne Franklin will run March 13 in preliminary round.
Two Join Council of Trustees
University President Geraldine Jones welcomes Barry Niccolai ´93 and James W. Harris ´80 to the council at the March 4 meeting.
Event Prepares Students for Fall 2020 Registration
Representatives from various Cal U offices will be in the Natali Student Center on March 19.
Senior Wins State Internship Award
Kaitleen 'Kate' Brady receives the PennACE 2019-2020 Joanne Day Student of the Year honor.
Wild Game Dinner March 28
The annual event benefits the student chapter of the Wildlife Society.
Plenty of Winners at Science Olympiad
Students demonstrate their love of science, technology, engineering and math at the annual competition at Cal U.
As Cal U prepares for spring break, President Jones shares some important information on the spread of a novel (new) coronavirus that causes the disease COVID-19.
Cal U Welcomes Artist Ron Donoughe
The plein air painter's works will be on display in Manderino Library from April 1-May 8. A reception with the artist will be held April 16, and Earth Day events April 22 are also planned.
Volleyball Standout Reaches Hall of Fame
Renata Silva Gray will be honored May 2 at the Bow Ties & Pearls Ball.
Dinzeo to Compete in Olympic Marathon Trials
The event is Feb. 29 at Centennial Olympic Park in Atlanta.
Cal U Marks Women's History Month
The 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment is part of the celebration.
Grad School Plans Information Sessions
Learn more about Cal U's master's and doctoral degree programs on March 26 or June 24.
Cal U to Host Science Olympiad March 4
Middle school and high school students from 13 counties will compete at the Southwestern Pennsylvania Regional Science Olympiad.
Panel Discusses Law Enforcement Issues
Black History Month ends with '(In)Justice Through the Lens of African American Law Enforcement.'
Big Scorer, Top Scholar
Basketball player Brent Pegram is chosen for academic all-district team.
Cal U Looks Forward at Convocation
The University community hears more about the Campus Master Plan for facilities.
Staff Members Honored
Cal U has recognized two staff members for their outstanding job performance and customer service.
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.