Third Annual Mascot Challenge
Our very own Blaze vs. some friends at 11:45 a.m. July 23.
Summer Academy Enriches Upward Bound Students
Career planning and academic enrichment were all part of the residential experience for 65 area students.
Nine Graduate from Police Academy
The ceremony was held July 12 in Kara Alumni House.
Join Us for Cal U Night at PNC Park
Tickets are on sale now for the Sept. 6 game.
'Alice in Wonderland Jr.' on Cal U Stage
The Mon Valley Performing Arts Academy will stage the show July 27.
State System Votes to Freeze Tuition for 2019-2020
This is the first time in 21 years Board of Governors holds the line for students.
Two New Options for Business Students
Cal U adds Master of Accountancy and a concentration in corporate communication.
Alumni, Friends Support Cal U
Cal U's first Bow Ties & Pearls Ball was a sellout, with 300 guests filling the Convocation Center.
Swim Team Garners Academic Honor
The California University of Pennsylvania swimming program was recognized as a Swimming and Diving Coaches Association of America Scholar All-America Team for the 17th-consecutive season.
Print Kiosks Added to Residence Halls
The print-from-any-device locations add convenience, environmental responsibility.
Cross Country Standout Chosen Academic All-American
Alicia Belko was selected a Google Cloud Second-Team Academic All-American by the College Sports Information Directors of America.
STEM Training Stimulates Teachers, Students
Cal U hosted the Summer STEM Teacher Training Institute and Student Workshop June 17-29.
Message from President Jones: A Successful Ball
A sellout crowd of 300 came to the Convocation Center for Cal U's first Bow Ties & Pearls Ball.
Cal U Ranked No. 1 for Online Education
California University has been named the No. 1 online college in Pennsylvania by OnlineColleges.com, an educational resource for students seeking accredited online degree programs.
Mechatronics Internship Builds Skills
Senior Stephen Gerba gains experience at Ductmate Industries Inc.
Students Travel to Costa Rica
Twelve students traveled to Costa Rica for two weeks to learn more about sustainability and conservation from a country considered to be a model for the practices.
Dig Underway at Fayette Site
Anthropology majors are lending a hand and gaining field experience this summer.
Summer STEM Institute at Cal U
The first National Center for the Advancement of Education (nCASE) Summer STEM Teaching Institute at Cal U opened June 17.
New Banners on Campus
Cal U's rebranded logos are featured across campus.
Dal Canton Jersey Presented to Cal U Baseball
A keepsake from the coaching days of a Cal U legend has found a home in Hamer Hall.
Cal U's maintenance crew brushes up on OSHA standards.
Fairman Named Academic All-American
The Cal U senior first baseman was chosen as a Google Cloud Third-Team Academic All-American by the College Sports Information Directors of America.
Heslop Walks On to Memorable Sports Career
Softball star to be inducted into Cal U's Hall of Fame.
Sales 'Brisk' for Bow Ties & Pearls Ball
The June 29 event supports legacy projects and student scholarships.
Strategic Planning Underway, Trustees Told
President Geraldine M. Jones provided an update on the strategic planning process at the June 5 meeting of the Council of Trustees.
Geology Trip Gives Students Context
Stops included sites in New Mexico, Arizona, Nevada and California.
Spring 2019 Dean's List
Congratulations to students at California University of Pennsylvania who have been named to the Dean's List for the 2019 spring semester.
Summer at Cal U: One Year in for First Rutledge Scholars
Seven students — the first class of scholars at the Karen and Tom Rutledge Institute for Early Childhood Education — finished their academic year at Cal U with a three-week summer workshop.
191 Students on Athletics Honor Roll
Overall, the Vulcans posted a cumulative GPA of 3.258 last semester, while 23 student-athletes boasted a perfect 4.00 GPA.
Staff Honored at Luncheon
Service milestones from five to 35 years were recognized at the Staff Recognition Luncheon held May 30 in the Natali Performance Center.
Anglers in National Tournament June 4-6
Two members of Cal U's Bass Fishing Club will compete in the championship.
Pinardi Earns State System Honor
The vice president for Student Affairs accepts the Suzanne S. Brown Distinguished Service and Outstanding Professional Award.
Alumnus Nurtures Nature
Todd Sampsell is president of the Friends of the Virgin Islands National Park.
Dr. Lester 'Les' Bakos, who learned to pitch a long baseball throw from campus, will be inducted into the Cal U Athletic Hall of Fame on June 29.
Summer Experience Jr. Shines Spotlight on Children
The camp for kids ages 5-7 will be held June 10-14 at Cal U.
Vulcan Fest 5K Run/Walk Oct. 12
Registration is open for the new event, which is part of the three-day Vulcan Fest and Homecoming Weekend. Proceeds from the Vulcan Fest 5K support scholarships for Cal U students and legacy projects on campus.
Means to Compete at NCAA Championships
The Cal U standout will be making his fourth career appearance at the NCAA Championships and will be competing in the 200-meter dash.
Suazo Receives Academic All-District Honors
Cal U sophomore Sara Suazo was named to the Google Cloud Academic All-District At-Large Team by the College Sports Information Directors of America.
Sure Sign of Summer
June 15 is Cal U Day at Kennywood Park.
Grad School Information Session June 19
The graduate school at Cal U offers both face-to-face classes and degree programs delivered 100% online.
WCAL, the University’s student-run station, marks 50 years on the air.
Receiver Catches Hall of Fame Nod
Former star receiver Nate Forse will be the fourth player from Cal U's 2007 national semifinalist football team to be inducted into the University's Athletic Hall of Fame.
Three Receive Presidential Merit Awards
The awards honor excellence in teaching, service and research.
Robotics League Competition This Weekend
The National Robotics League event will be held in the Convocation Center May 16-18.
First Class Graduates from D.C.J. Program
Graduates say the degree blends the theoretical with the practical for maximum career advancement.
Speaker to Grads: Author Your Own Story
Nearly 1,200 students graduated from Cal U at the 188th Commencement. Graduate and undergraduate ceremonies were held May 10-11 in the Convocation Center.
New 1852 Society Unites Cal U Family
Current students and alumni are encouraged to nurture their ties with the University through service and philanthropy.
Two ROTC Cadets Commissioned as Officers
ROTC cadets Whitney Ptak and Nicholas Miller were commissioned as second lieutenants in the U.S. Army.
3 Earn Spring Person of the Year Awards
The President's Commission for the Status of Women honored three members of the Cal U community with its Person of the Year awards for the Spring 2019 semester.