Creative Works Open Theater Season
The Department of Music and Theatre presents 'An Evening of Creative Works' at 7 p.m. Oct. 4-5, and at 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. Oct. 6.
TV Spot Focuses on Adult Learners
The 30-second commercial was created by Cal U's creative services and marketing teams, in collaboration with A to Z Communications.
American Democracy Project to Hold Registration Drive
To prepare the Cal U community for the Nov. 6 midterms, the ADP is holding a voter registration drive on Sept. 25 and showing an important documentary on Sept. 27.
Emeritus Professor Accepts Jennie Carter Award
Paul 'Larry' Lancaster ’66, ’69 is the 10th recipient of the award, named for Elizabeth “Jennie” Adams Carter, Class of 1881, the University’s first African-American graduate. The honor is given to a person who exemplifies her spirit, resilience and leadership.
Liberal Arts Festival Set for Oct. 2
The event, which will be held 10:30 a.m.-3 p.m. Oct. 2 at Manderino Library, celebrates the importance of a liberal arts education.
Student Interns in Governor's Office
An international studies major with a minor in political science, Gabrielle Salerni is working in the office of Gov. Tom Wolf as part of a 15-week internship sponsored by Pennsylvania's State System of Higher Education.
Example of Excellence
Writer T.C. Boyle inspires students during his visit to Cal U.
Donate Sept. 25 to Support Cal U Athletics
Your contributions on the Athletics Day of Giving benefit scholarships for hundreds of the University's student-athletes.
Leadership and stewardship
Junior Alex Arnold is eager to learn more about leadership and stewardship as the 2018-2019 student member of Cal U's Council of Trustees.
Winter College: Fast-Track to Academic Goals
Registration for the online Winter College opens Oct. 1.
Former American Legion Commander to Speak at Fundraiser
Families First event will benefit a memorial scholarship for alumnus and Korean War veteran Kerrie Gill Sr.
Greenstein Begins Duties as Chancellor
Pennsylvania's State System also debuts commercial to highlight the opportunities at its 14 schools.
Explore Graduate School Opportunities
Attend one of our graduate school information sessions to learn how Cal U can help you to enhance your resume or advance your career.
Annual Health Fair Set
Cal U's Health Education Awareness Resource Team (HEART) presents the 31st annual Health Fair from 11 a.m.-3 p.m. Sept. 19 at the Convocation Center.
'Hi, Mom. Bring Cookies!'
In one of the highlights of the fall semester, Cal U students will welcome their families to campus with a series of special events Sept. 21-23 during Family Weekend.
Jon Delano to Speak on Midterm Elections
Constitution Day presentation, "Campaign 2018: Why Pennsylvania Can Make the Difference," will take place at 7 p.m. Sept. 17.
Career Week Gives Students Advantage
Students looking for a career advantage will want to mark several dates in September and October on their calendars.
Students Return for Fall Semester
Welcome Weekend festivities began with Move-in Day on Friday, Aug. 24, and ended with a bang — many of them, actually, along with oohs and aahs — with fireworks on Sunday.
Two Online Programs Honored
Conflict resolution, criminal justice studies named by two college-ranking organizations.
Cupboard Gets Fuller
Apples from SAI Farm and school supplies are the latest items to be added to the Cal U Cupboard.
Professor Joins Harvard Institute Team
Dr. Tom Mueller, a professor in the Department of Earth Science and a geographic information systems expert, has been chosen as an educational associate team member of the Ukraine Research Institute at Harvard University's MAPA Digital Ukraine Program.
'Eat Local' Dining Options Expand
Sycamore Bistro adds clean-eating, vegan, vegetarian choices.
Fulbright Teaching Assistant for Arabic Courses
Fulbright Teaching Assistant Oussama Alaoui Ismaili, from Morocco, to help Cal U students with foreign language development.
'Elf' Auditions Sept. 8
The Department of Music and Theatre will audition performers for roles in Cal U's holiday production of "The Happy Elf."
Report: Cal U Grads Carry Less Debt
An online marketplace for financial products, including student loans, reports that California University of Pennsylvania students graduate with less student loan debt than their peers at most other Pennsylvania colleges and universities.
'This Is Beautiful'
Three World War II veterans and members of five local historical societies were special guests on Aug. 15 as Cal U celebrated Community Night at the We Can Do It: World War II traveling exhibition, which is on display on the third floor of Manderino Library through Oct. 5.
Students Set to Begin Ed.D. Program
The doctoral program -- Cal U's third -- begins this fall with three cohorts of Ed.D. candidates.
Strike Up the 2018 Band
A delightful Cal U summer tradition continues Aug. 23 when the University marching band holds its end-of-camp concert on the campus Quad at 3 p.m. The rain location is Steele Hall.
Fall Open House Dates Set
Award-winning faculty, nationally ranked programs, a beautiful campus setting, the start of a successful career -- Cal U invites prospective students to see all that Cal U has to offer at one of our undergraduate open house events this fall.