Clubs and Organizations

Clubs and Organizations

Student Clubs and Activities at Cal U

Bring out the best in yourself - and get the most out of Cal U.

College is so much more than what you learn in the classroom. Cal U encourages active participation in character-building, experience-enhancing clubs and activities.

With more than 100 student clubs and organizations, plus countless activities, student leadership opportunities and events on campus, there's something for everyone at Cal U.

Student Clubs and Organizations

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Whether you're into anthropology or ultimate Frisbee, there are endless ways share your passions and broaden your skills at Cal U. We have 100+ student organizations and clubs devoted to academic interests, the arts, campus communities, communications, student leadership, faith and religion, politics, volunteering, sports and recreation, and more. 

Clubs and Organizations

Greek Life - General

Cal U Greek Life

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Cal U offers a rich tradition of college fraternities (Greek letter organizations for men) and sororities (Greek letter organizations for women). Social activities, student leadership, scholarship and community are at the core of Cal U Greek life. And because all Cal U fraternities and sororities adhere to the University's values of integrity, civility and responsibility, there's no hazing allowed.

Learn about Cal U Greek life

Student Activities

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There is never a shortage of student activities at Cal U. Our University is one of the most active college campuses in Pennsylvania. Cal U student activities include:

Check out Cal U student activities on Twitter and Facebook.

Student Activities Transcript

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At Cal U we know today's hard work leads to tomorrow's opportunities, which is why we provide students with a comprehensive Activities Transcript to share with future employers. It's an official University document that records your student leadership roles, community service and other clubs and activities that support your growth.

Log on to OrgSync to View Activity Transcripts

Peer Mentoring

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Get an insider's view of Cal U - even before you start school. One of the best ways for freshmen and new transfer students to have a top college experience is through our Peer Mentoring Program. This program pairs first-year students with upperclassmen who often are in the same major or share similar interests.

Peer mentoring provides:

  • A built-in resource to talk with about what to expect when you arrive at Cal U.
  • A great guide to help you navigate the campus, college events, social life and academic responsibilities.

For more information, contact Cal U's Peer Mentoring Program at 724-938-1682 or

Student Leadership

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Learn critical skills such as public speaking, team building and conflict resolution in Cal U's competitive emerging leaders program. Or lead your fellow students by joining the student government. At Cal U there are countless student leadership opportunities that will build your capacity to deal with complex problems.


Campus Ministry

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Located in Cal U's hub of student life, the Natali Student Center, the University's campus ministry engages and supports students through character development, prayer, learning, service and social interaction. Campus ministry chaplains represent various faiths and can put students in touch with priests, ministers, clerics or rabbis of their chosen denomination in California, Pennsylvania, and the surrounding area. 

STAND Campus Ministry

STAND meets:

  • 9 p.m. Wednesdays
  • Morgan Hall Auditorium

New Life Christian Fellowship


  • Rev. Albert Carver
    OFM Cap
    Phone: (202) 997-9144
  • Meghan Larsen-Reidy
    Catholic Campus Minister
  • Sunday Mass in Old Main Chapel at 5 p.m. Thursday Adoration in Natali 159 at 5 p.m.