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.
Voting will take place until 9 a.m. June 13. Cast your vote here for one of these locations:
- Elmo Natali Student Center, which has been named one of the best student centers in the United States. Located in the heart of Cal U's campus, it's the hub of student activities. The student center was rededicated in 2016 after a top-to-bottom renovation. For Cal U student’s it’s the place to go for a meal or a snack, to meet friends for a study session, to watch a free movie, or to enjoy some downtime between classes.
- The Quad at the center of campus. This outdoor location is home to a 12-foot-tall statue of Vulcan, the Roman god of fire and the University’s mascot. The Quad is a great place to picnic, study or relax between classes.
- SAI Farm, a 94-acre green space with a stone farmhouse, springhouse and outdoor pavilion. Maintained by the Student Association Inc., the farm is used for meetings of student organizations, as well as academic activities and community gatherings. The farm also is home to a sustainable food garden, a fruit orchard and an 18-hole disc golf course that spans 60 acres of the property.
- Old Main is the oldest building on campus. The structure once held classrooms as well as living spaces for students. Today, Old Main houses the Office of the President, University offices and several classrooms. The clocktower still houses a working clock and a chime that announces the time on the hour and half-hour. Old Main was named a historical landmark in October 1973.
The favorite spot on campus will be featured on the State System website and social media throughout the summer and early fall.