Notable Olympic Runner to Speak at Cal U
Zola (Budd) Pieterse -- a two-time Olympian best known for competing barefoot during her track and field career and an infamous collision during the 1984 Olympics -- will speak at 7 p.m. Aug. 1 in Blaney Theatre, located inside Steele Hall.
Vulcans Honored for Marrow Drive Efforts
For the second consecutive year, Cal U head football coach Gary Dunn, his staff and team have been recognized for their efforts with the Andy Talley Bone Marrow Foundation.
Board of Governors Approves 2018-2019 Tuition
The Board of Governors of Pennsylvania's State System of Higher Education approved the second smallest tuition increase in more than a decade for the 2018-19 academic year.
Upward Bound Students 'Tour' Italy
60 students in Upward Bound Summer Program at Cal U prepare for postsecondary success.
Legal Studies, Land Management Degrees Nationally Ranked
Cal U's online master's and bachelor's degree programs in legal studies and jurisprudence notable for quality and affordability.
Kids Find Fun, Friendships at SEEK
Cal U's annual Summer Educational Enrichment for Kids program brings children together for 'Out of This World' experience.
Watch Live Feed of Board of Governors Quarterly Meeting
The Board of Governors for Pennsylvania's State System of Higher Education gathers July 11-12, 2018, for its quarterly meeting.
Two Online Programs Ranked Among Best in U.S.
Two online programs at California University of Pennsylvania have been ranked among the best in the nation for educational quality and value.
Transfer Students Get Personal Assistance at Destination Day
College students considering a transfer to California University of Pennsylvania get one-stop assistance when they visit campus on the next Destination Day, Friday, Aug. 3, 2018.
Summer Reading Clinic Makes Literacy Skills Fun
Students in Cal U's reading specialist program help children as part of master's degree capstone.
Cal U to Host WWII Exhibition
California University of Pennsylvania will host We Can Do It! WWII, a traveling exhibition from the Senator John Heinz History Center, in association with Smithsonian Institution.
Pirates Pierogi Returns for 'Summer Experience'
High school students get a glimpse of college life when the Admissions Office hosts its second annual Summer Experience July 16 on the Quad.
Vulcan Named All-American Scholar
California University of Pennsylvania freshman Sara Suazo was named a Women's Golf Coaches Association All-American Scholar.
GACO Sponsors Contracting Seminar for Businesses
The Government Agency Coordination Office at California University of Pennsylvania will sponsor a free seminar, "Local Contracting Opportunities," from 9 a.m.-noon July 12 at the National Energy Technology Laboratory in Pittsburgh, Pa.
Swim Team Earns Academic Honor
The California University of Pennsylvania swimming program was recognized as a College Swimming and Diving Coaches Association of America (CSCAA) Scholar All-America Team for the 16th-straight year.
SGA President Has 'Passion for Leading'
Seth Shiley fell in love with Cal U at first "site." Shiley found the University online and knew it was a perfect fit before he ever set foot on campus. Two years later, it has become his home away from home.
Sancomb Introduced as Men's Basketball Coach
After leading one of the region's top programs over the last decade, Danny Sancomb was introduced as head men's basketball coach at California University of Pennsylvania during a news conference held at the Convocation Center on Thursday afternoon.
Friend, Hill repeat as Academic All-Americans
The Cal U women's cross country/track & field program has now featured at least one Academic All-American six times in the past seven seasons.
Sport Management Programs Ranked No. 1
Schools.com gives top spot to bachelor's and master's degree options.
Play Ball! It's Cal U Night at PNC Park
Tickets are on sale now for the third annual Cal U Night at PNC Park on Sept. 7.
Head Coach Named for Men's Basketball
Danny Sancomb has been hired as head coach to lead the men's basketball program.
Trustees Approve Honorary Doctorate, New Programs
Trustees Approve Honorary Doctorate, New Programs
Second Class to Graduate from Police Academy
Each of the 15 cadets has completed more than the 920 hours of training required to earn Act 120 Municipal Police Officer certification, which is required for employment as a police officer in Pennsylvania.
Dean Appointed for College of Liberal Arts
California University of Pennsylvania welcomes Dr. Kristen Majocha, who will serve as dean of the College of Liberal Arts.
Vulcan Alumni to Join Mid Mon Valley Hall of Fame
Two standout Cal U men's basketball alumni will be part of the 2018 Mid Mon Valley All Sports Hall of Fame Class
Students Head to Maine on a Mission
Four members of Sigma Kappa are traveling north this summer to help the Maine Seacoast Mission's housing rehabilitation program.
Military Students, Veterans Join Honor Society
Cal U students who are service members or military veterans have been inducted into the SALUTE Veterans National Honor Society.
'Sunday Business Page' Features Rutledge Institute
The 'Sunday Business Page,' a KDKA talk show with host Jon Delano, included a segment highlighting the Rutledge Institute for Early Childhood Education at Cal U.
Vote for Your Favorite Campus Spot
As part of a social media campaign organized by Pennsylvania's State System of Higher Education, students, faculty and staff can vote to select their favorite place on campus.