Career Center Plans Virtual Business, Technology Job Fair
Explore opportunities for jobs and internships at the Oct. 6 event.
Club and Organization Fair Goes Virtual
Check out the options for getting involved at Cal U during the weeklong event Sept. 28-Oct. 2.
Cal U to Participate in DebateWatch2020 Events
The Cal U community is invited to watch the presidential and vice presidential debates online and participate in conversations related to the 2020 election.
Family Weekend Virtual Events
A fall tradition continues Sept. 25-26 with sessions and events to keep Cal U, families and students connected.
Chancellor to Hold Virtual Forum Sept. 28
Dan Greenstein is making a 'visit' to each of the State System's 14 universities this fall.
Panel Discusses Racism, Inequality
Cal U faculty and staff members participated in the virtual event in observance of Constitution Day.
Next Class of Rutledge Scholars Sought
The highly selective program prepares men and women for careers as preschool and elementary school teachers.
Trustees Updated on Enrollment, Remote Learning, Integration
The Sept. 16 quarterly meeting was also the first for two new members.
University Holds Virtual Convocation
President Geraldine Jones updates the campus community on enrollment, integration, adaptation and more.
Democracy Fellows Passionate About Student Voting
Seniors Alexandra Royal and Chris Lisle are working to encourage participation in the Nov. 3 general election.
Settlement Paves Way for Vulcan Garage Repairs
Defendants will pay to restore the Vulcan Garage at California University of Pennsylvania to a 'safe and usable condition'
'Research and Real Life' Series Continues Oct. 1
The virtual event will focus on the role of research in the arts.
Two Staff Members Honored for Exceptional Efforts
The awards recognize outstanding job performance and customer service as the University continues to serve our students during remote operations.
Cal U Posts Modest Enrollment Increase
A gain in graduate students boosts headcount as the University marks fall 'census date.'
Day of Giving to Benefit Student-Athletes
Donations will help to support a variety of Vulcans athletics programs.
Cal U to Collaborate with Clarion, Edinboro
The University's partnership with both Clarion and Edinboro will expand high-quality educational opportunities for students.
Cal U Plans Voter Registration Drive
The American Democracy Project effort will be Sept. 21-23 via Zoom.
Cal U Honored for Voter Registration Efforts
'The Washington Monthy' magazine names the University to its '2020 Best Colleges for Student Voting Honor Roll.'
Podcast Producer Emphasizes Value of Research
Lauren Ober, host and producer of 'Spectacular Failures,' kicks of a series on the applications of research.
Opportunities Expand for Social Work Students
Licensure is now available for graduates of the accredited Bachelor of Social Work (BSW) program at Cal U.
Visit Cal U This Fall
Limited-contact campus visits resume, other options are available for prospective students and their families who are interested in learning more about Cal U.
Stay Safe, Vulcans!
Two statues that are very familiar to the Cal U community are fitted with masks as a reminder to stay safe during the pandemic.
New Location for Cal U Cupboard
The service to help students with food insecurity moves to Vulcan Village for the fall semester as donations and requests move online.
Cal U Plans Constitution Day Events
The American Democracy Project plans events Sept. 17-18 on civic discourse and information literacy.
Fall Graduate School Info Sessions Set
Virtual events will allow prospective students to explore Cal U's options for master's and doctoral degrees.
Series to Explore Impact of Research
‘Research and Real Life’ begins Sept. 10 and is presented by Cal U’s Center for Undergraduate Research.
Virtual Professional Development Conference Set
Career centers at Cal U and Clarion are collaborating to bring professional development information to students.
Cal U Earns Division II Academic Laurels
The Academic Achievement Awards is a program that recognizes the academic accomplishments of student-athletes at the NCAA Division II level.
TRIO Student Services Receives $1.7M Grant
The Department of TRIO and Academic Services at Cal U helps students achieve their educational goals.
'Innovations in Prevention' Series Set
Social work, counselor education programs collaborate on a series of webinars.
Professor Earns Sports Medicine/Rehab Honors
Dr. Ben Reuter earns accolade from the National Strength and Conditioning Association.
Through athletics, art and academics, Cal U sophomore Sydney Urbine makes her mark.
Hands-on learning opportunities in the sciences will continue for students during remote classes this fall.
A Picture-Perfect Position
2019 graduate Daniel Beeck is enjoying his 'dream job' as a video producer for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Convocation Center Up for Two Awards
Cast your votes for the facility, which has been nominated in two categories.
Cal U Ranked by Princeton Review
The University is once again chosen among the best in the Northeast by the nationally known education services company.
Professor Honored for Helping Hand
Dr. Tamare Piersaint will be honored at the Pittsburgh Circle of Courage Awards.
Mueller Earns Honor for Teaching
The geography professor wins the 2020 Distinguished Teacher Award from the Pennsylvania Geographical Society.
Virtual Welcome Weekend Aug. 22-23
Cal U plans a series of events to prepare students for the start of remote learning and online classes on Aug. 24.
Fall Series to Promote Life Skills
'Adulting 101' will cover a variety of topics relevant to Cal U students throughout the fall semester.
Student Excels at Helping Others
Jamie McMutrie is working at Center of Life, which offers community programs in Hazelwood, Pa.
#CalUTogether: Faculty Share Welcome Messages
As the University prepares for the start of remote learning on Aug. 24, members of the faculty share words of advice and encouragement for the fall semester.
Junior Colby Roberts interns at a course that is hosting a national amateur golf tournament.
New Advising Approach on the Way
The model focuses on meeting the individual needs of each student.
Student Polishes Business Skills
Marc Gibson has spent the summer at work for SAP Ariba, an international procurement and supply chain management company.
Cal U Moves to Remote Learning for Fall
As coronavirus infections rise, risks to students and employees are 'simply unacceptable,' Cal U president says.
New-look Blaze Ready for Debut
The visual representation of Cal U's mascot gets an update after feedback from students.
Helsel Wins National Greek Adviser Award
The honor from Alpha Sigma Alpha recognizes Joy Helsel's efforts on behalf of Cal U's students.
On the Beat in Erie
Student Hannah Wyman gains reporting experience as a summer intern with the 'Erie Reader.'