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C A L I F O R N I A U N I V E R S I T Y O F P E N N S Y LVA N I A

COME AND SEE FOR YOURSELF. We’d love to see you. In the area and just want to stop in? No problem. We’ve got a great self-guided tour that’s perfect for whatever time you have.

Or – best of all – plan to attend one of our Discovery Days or Open Houses. You’ll get the best of everything, all at one time.

CALIFORNIA UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA

www.calu.edu

...............................

Tell us you’re coming and we’ll set up a tour, show you around and spend plenty of time with you and your family to answer all your questions.

DATES 2013 FALL DISCOVERY DAYS Saturday, September 21 Saturday, October 5 Monday, October 14 Saturday, November 2 2014 SPRING OPEN HOUSE Monday, February 17

CURIOUS ABOUT YOUR FUTURE

Saturday, March 8 Saturday, April 5

Office of Admissions - California University of PA, 250 University Avenue, California, PA 15419 • 1-888-412-0479 or 724-938-4404 • Fax: 724-938-4564 Office of Financial Aid - Dixon Hall 105 • 724-938-4415 • Fax: 724-938-4551 I N T E G R I T Y, C I V I L I T Y, R E S P O N S I B I L I T Y A proud member of the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education. California University of Pennsylvania is an academic community dedicated to the ideals of justice, fairness and equal opportunity for all. In compliance with federal and state laws, the University is committed to providing equal educational and employment opportunities for all persons without regard to race, color, sex, religion, national origin, age, disability, ancestry, sexual orientation or status as a disabled or Vietnam era veteran. The University will not tolerate racial, ethnic or sexual discrimination. Sexual harassment is considered by law to be a form of sexual discrimination and is, therefore, unacceptable. Direct equal opportunity and affirmative action inquiries or complaints to the Special Assistant to the President for EEEO/University Ombudsperson, Office of Social Equity, South Hall 112, 724-938-4014. Direct inquiries regarding services or facilities accessibility to the ADA/504, Compliance Officer, Office of Student Development and Services, G 52 Carter Hall, 724-938 4056. Direct Title IX inquiries to the Senior Women’s Administrator/Title IX Coordinator, Department of Athletics, Hamer Hall 248, 724-938-4351.

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A proud member of the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education.


GREAT.

You’re off to a good start.

WE’RE CLOSE TO HOME...

AT CAL U, YOU’RE GOING PLACES.

We’ve got the best of both worlds. Close to everything, yet in a place of our own. We’re within minutes of hiking, biking and horseback riding. Whitewater rafting, swimming, canoeing and kayaking are just around the bend. And great skiing, snowboarding and winter sports are less than an hour away.

Take a walk on the wild side, without losing a step. Cal U enables you to explore the world while earning credit toward your degree. The international Cultural Experiences Abroad program offers study abroad programs at 28 sites in countries across the globe.

...AND A WORLD AWAY.

Cal U students can also explore the possibilities of earning full-time credit toward their degree through the National Student Exchange program, which links nearly 200 schools throughout the U.S. and Canada.

Interested in big city culture, shopping and sports teams? Pittsburgh’s world-class museums, fabulous dining and major league teams are just 35 miles away — a quick bus ride will get you there and back. Then there’s home. Cal U will always welcome you back to our riverside home where fun, friends and your college family are always around.

PITTSBURGH

OH SO CLOSE Loc

ated ju from Pit st 35 miles ts Cal U is burgh, easy to reach via majo r and Toll highways Route 4 3.

CALIFORNIA

Argentina Brazil Chile China Costa Rica Czech Republic England France Germany Ireland Italy South Africa Spain

www.calu.edu


Cal U is all about new experiences. Whether on stage or behind the scenes, Cal U students have a chance to participate in six theater productions each year. For those interested in dance, Cal U offers both classical and contemporary, with two dance performances each year.

DEGREE PROGRAMS AND CONCENTRATIONS

Are you a musician? There are multiple performance opportunities with our marching band, concert band or jazz ensembles. Try your hand at a fine arts course, learn to appreciate classical music, or simply be inspired by art in our galleries and public spaces.

Anthropology Forensic Anthropology Archaeology Arabic Language & Cultures Art Art Studio Athletic Training Biology Pre-Medicine Pre-Chiropractic Medicine Pre-Dentistry Pre-Osteopathic Medicine Mortuary Science (co-op program) Pre-Optometry Pre-Podiatric Medicine Pre-Pharmacy Pre-Veterinary Medicine Business Administration Human Resource Management Accounting Business Economics Finance Marketing Management Information Technology Management Business Administration (100% Online) Chemistry Commercial Music Technology Communication Disorders Communication Studies Public Relations Radio & TV Speech Communication Computer Engineering Technology Computer Information Systems Computer Science Earth Science Meteorology Environmental Environmental Hazards

EDUCATION FEEDS

ON CURIOSITY.

PERFORMANCE IS ALL AROUND

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So we’ve put together some e xcellent food for thought. You’ll notice our Viewbook is different. That’s because we put more emphasis on views. Every page will pique your interest with glimpses into the campus lif e and learning that goes on here. And if y ou want more, there’s a QR code on every page to point you to more information on our website.

So, if you’re ready,

LET’S START THE TOUR ...

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Education Certification for Secondary Schools - Art - Biology - Chemistry - Communication - Earth & Space Science - English - Mathematics - Physics - Social Studies - Spanish Technology Education K-12 Elementary PreK-4 Elementary PreK-4/Special Ed Elementary Grades 4-8 - Language Arts/Reading - Mathematics - Science - Social Studies - Math & Language Arts/Reading - Math & Science - Math & Social Studies - Science & Language Arts/Reading - Science & Social Studies Elementary Grades 4-8/Special Ed - Language Arts/Reading - Mathematics - Science - Social Studies Electrical Engineering Technology English Creative Writing Journalism Language & Literacy Literature Environmental Studies Conservation Ecology Fisheries & Wildlife Biology Environmental Science Leadership and Management

Geography Climatology GIS & Emergency Management Tourism Studies Geology Gerontology Graphic Design Graphics & Multimedia History International Studies Jurisprudence with concentration in Legal Studies Justice Studies Homeland & International Security Criminology Law & Justice Forensic Science Liberal Studies Mathematics Mechatronics Engineering Technology Nursing (BSN) for RNs Nursing (BSN) for RNs Online Nursing (BSN) for RNs (courses at CCAC South Campus) Parks & Recreation Management Philosophy Physics Political Science Pre-Law Psychology Social Science Social Work Sociology Applied Sociology Spanish Sport Management Studies Professional Golf Management Wellness & Fitness (online) Technology Management Theatre Undecided in Education Undecided in Liberal Arts Undecided in Science & Technology

ASSOCIATE DEGREES Accounting Computer Engineering Technology Computer Science Technology Computer Information Systems Early Childhood Electrical Engineering Technology Graphics & Multimedia Industrial Technology Liberal Studies Nursing (RN) co-op with CCAC Degree issued by CCAC Physical Therapist Assistant Radiologic Technology Robotics Engineering Technology Technical Studies CERTIFICATE PROGRAMS Nanofabrication Manufacturing Technology Personal Computer Application LETTERS OF COMPLETION Spanish for Business Spanish for Law Enforcement Sex Crimes Involving Online Predators Industrial Safety For a current listing of all programs, please visit the Cal U website at www.calu.edu.


CALIFORNIA UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA

Archery Baseball

On the field or in the stands, Cal U means the best in collegiate sports action, year round. Cal U competes in NCAA Division II intercollegiate athletics with varsity teams backed by some of the best coaching and athletic facilities in the nation.

Baseball Club Basketball Billiards Bodybuilding Club Bowling Cheerleaders Cross Country

FIND YOURSELF AT

CAL U. Three undergraduate colleges. More than 130 programs of study. We have what you’re looking for at Cal U. Whether you want to study mechatronics engineering technology or shape the next generation as an early childhood educator, your future is at Cal U.

Athletic facilities at Cal U are top notch, just like the students who use them. Whether they’re diving into the six-lane Hamer Pool or playing at the new Convocation Center, the Hamer Gymnasium, Adamson Stadium, Phillipsburg soccer facility, CONSOL Energy Park, or one of the 15 fields and seven courts at Roadman Park, Cal U student-athletes learn what it takes to have a winning attitude, both on and off the field.

Dance Team Equestrian Team Fencing Club Flag Football Football Golf Ice Hockey

YOUR GAME FACE ON. In-line Hockey

Interested in intramural and club sports? Take a look at our list of clubs — from baseball to hockey and rugby to equestrian and everything in between. You’ll find just what you are looking for.

Lacrosse Martial Arts Men’s and Women’s Rugby Racquetball Soccer Softball Swimming

Cal U has won

FLIP TO SEE OUR FULL LISTING

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Tennis Track & Field (Indoor & Outdoor) Ultimate Frisbee

collegiate team National Championships and 29 Regional NCAA titles.

Volleyball ...and more!

www.calu.edu


E TH T FIT H With more G I R than 6,600 undergraduates and nearly 2,000 graduate students, Cal U is small enough to feel like family but large enough for variety and diversity.

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CAL U FITS ALL THE PIECES

OF YOUR LIFE. We’re big where it counts.

We’re small where it matters.

Sound just right?

More than 130 undergraduate programs and concentrations to choose from. A worldwide opportunity for internships and study. And multiple national championships in NCAA Division II sports.

Small classes, with an average of just 20. One-to-one interaction with your professors. And small-college-town friendliness, everywhere you go.

We think so. That’s why The Princeton Review consistently rates us one of the best colleges and universities in the northeastern United States.

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www.calu.edu


Start an amazing journey filled with exciting twists, turns and great personal discovery. Education is different at Cal U. It begins with a solid academic foundation and vital skills such as critical thinking, problem-solving and teamwork. Then we add hands-on experience that connects classroom learning to the world outside. You’ll gain insights into who you are, clarity into what you can be, and confidence to step out into the real world and make a difference.

FINDING U... AND


Cal U takes an applied education approach toward career building and lifelong learning. Some students know their major before they begin. Many don’t. At Cal U, we specialize in helping you find the perfect fit in one of more than 130 undergraduate programs of study. But that’s only the beginning.

Before graduation, nearly every Cal U student has the opportunity to hone real-world, hands-on experience appropriate to their field: • • • •

Fieldwork Research Clinical experience Student teaching

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LEARNING LOOKS LIKE. Cal U will change the w ay you think about your education and your life. Our faculty come straight from the real world to you, with personal insights, practical experience, and a face-to-face style that engages you in learning at the individual level. Your level.

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MORE THAN

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of Our Full-Time Faculty Hold the Highest Degree in Their Field.

They are Fulbright scholars and recipients of grants from the National Science Foundation and National Endowment for the Humanities. They present at national and international conferences and symposiums, conduct important research, publish scholarly papers, and consult with countless corporations, organizations and governments. But they come here to Cal U to pursue their

PASSION:

Average student to faculty ratio

Teaching, motivating and inspiring students.

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www.calu.edu


STEP OUT &


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OVER At Cal U, learning doesn’t stop at the classroom door.

student clubs and organizations

With more than 100 student clubs and organizations, plus loads of other ways to volunteer and reach out into communities, Cal U encourages active participation in character-building, experience-enhancing activities.

STEP INTO LIFE. Character. It’s a Matter of Record. Cal U believes character-building is as important as academics for success in life.

That’s why we provide a comprehensive Activities Transcript you can share with employers. It’s an official University document that records your leadership roles, community service and other activities that support your growth as a person of character.

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Activist Club Anthropology Club Archery Club Associated Artists Athletic Trainers Club Athletics Ballroom and Latin Dancing Club Baseball Club Best Buddies Billiards Club Biology Club Black Student Union Body Building and Fitness Club Bowling Club C.C.O.E. - Gerontology Club Cal Campaign Consultants Cal Rocks California Times Cheerleaders Chemistry Club College Democrats College Republicans Colleges Against Cancer Commuter Council Computer Club Council for Exceptional Children Criminal Justice CUTV Disc Golf Economics Club Ems book Club Engineering Technology Club Entrepreneurs Club Equestrian Team Fellowship of Christian Athletes Fencing Club Finance Club Fishing Club Foreign Language Forensic Science Club Forensics Debate Future Business Leaders Future Math Teachers Games Club Geology Club Graduate Social Work Association Graduate Student Association H.E.A.R.T. Habitat for Humanity Hispanic Student Assoc. History Club Hockey Club Homecoming Human resource Club Inline Skating International Club Inter-residence Hall Council Japanese Animation Club Lacrosse Club - women Lacrosse Club- men Law & Justice Society Lions Club Martial Arts Club Mathematics Assoc. of America Medical Interest Club Men United Meteorology Club Midieval & Renaissance Club Mon Valley Dance Council National Art Education Association (NAEA) New Life Christian Fellowship Off-roading Club Paranormal Society Parks & Recreation Philosophy Club Photography Club Physical Therapist Assistant Club Planning Club (geographic information society)

Pottery Club Professional Golf Management PSEA Psychology Club Public Relations Society (PRSSA) Quidditch Club Radio Control Club Rainbow Alliance Rotc Rugby - men Rugby - women S.A.I. Operating Fund Screen Printing Student Association Secular Student Society Snow Club Soccer Club - mens Social Work Association Society of Physics Students Society of Professional Journalists Sociology Club Speech & Hearing Sport Shooting Association Sports Management Club SSART Stand Student Accounting Association Student Activities Board Student Club Printing House Student Counseling Association Student Government Student Marketing Association Studio 224 Swim Club T.E.A.C. (Technology Education) The Underground Travel Club Ultimate Frisbee University Band University Choir University Players Veteran's Club Vulcan Dance Team Wargaming Club WCAL Wildlife Society Women in Science Women's Center Yearbook-Monocal Young & Gifted Gospel Choir Social fraternities: Acacia Alpha Kappa Lambda Alpha Chi Rho Delta Chi Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc. Sigma Tau Gamma Theta Xi Tau Kappa Epsilon Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc. Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc. Phi Gamma Delta (Fiji) Social sororities: Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. Alpha Sigma Alpha Alpha Sigma Tau Delta Zeta Phi Sigma Sigma Sigma Kappa

www.calu.edu


Our robust program of internships, job shadowing, cooperative education (paid career-related experience), mentorship and study abroad opportunities expand your resume while expanding your mind.

EXPERIENCE & THE BUILDING CAREERS As a student at Cal U, you’ll learn to work hard, work smart, and hone your skills. And you’ll have plenty of professional help. Our professors and Career Services Office are dedicated to your success and the power of “outside the books” thinking. By the time you graduate, you’ll have the knowledge, skill and hands-on experience to make a powerful entry into today’s competitive job market.

Each year, more than 3,000 Cal U students participate in internships and other experiential learning experiences. 11

COMPETITIVE EDGE

Your degree is important. But when it’s time to find a job, experience is a tremendous advantage.

www.calu.edu


HOME SUITE HOME.

Cal U’s student housing is among the best in the nation. Check it out ‌

Not a cinderblock wall in sight. Instead, Cal U offers six smoke-free, co-ed residence halls that are home to nearly 1,500 students on the main campus. And the amenities truly set us apart: AC, carpeting, cable, high-speed Internet and private baths (shared with roommates only).

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Each residence hall is equipped with a computer lab, community room, TV area with large-screen TV, a kitchen and vending area. There are lounges and study rooms on every floor, along with recycling areas and a laundry room.


Choose your style Want to be surrounded by people with interests similar to yours — like fellow band members, club members or fraternity /sorority Greeks? Choose to live in one of our Specialty Housing Communities available in the residence halls.

House Rules All residence halls are co-ed by floor, wing or room. Residence halls are secure 24 hours a day.

MORE THAN

50

%

There‘s even a Wellness Community for those interested in a healthy lifestyle. And Honors Program students have the option of living in the G. Ralph Smith II Honors Hall.

Students practice University values in every aspect of residential life, including treating roommates, neighbors and property with the utmost respect.

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of on-campus residents are freshmen.

Students are required to live at home or in University housing for their first four semesters.

www.calu.edu


Cal U is known for healthy lifestyles, friendly relationships and rich cultural diversity that’s celebrated in one of the most open, active, engaged communities of our size in the country.

Something’s Always Happening International guest speakers, major concerts, performing arts, NCAA sports, free movies at the Vulcan Theater, hanging out at the Underground Café – this neighborhood is happening all the time.

WELCOME TO OUR

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Eating Well Bring your likes, your lifestyle and your appetite to Cal U. We’ve got it all. Coffee between classes? Late night pizza? A vegan snack? Yes, yes, yes and then some. The University offers both traditional and block meal plans for on-campus residents. Dine at the “all-you-care-to-eat” Gold Rush cafeteria. Or grab a bite at the Food Court, one of our convenience stores, or the Sycamore Bistro. There’s even a food truck on campus!

NEIGHBORHOOD. Staying Well Cal U is a health-conscious campus that inspires movement. Everywhere you look, people are walking, biking and living life to its fullest.

E T A T A S MIND OF

Herron Hall, home to Cal U’s fitness center, features brand-new workout equipment, an elevated jogging track, a swimming pool, basketball and handball courts, an aerobics studio and more. To really get your heart pumping, try out the indoor climbing obelisk!

Cal U students come from all 50 states, D.C. and 36 different countries.

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www.calu.edu


A CAMPUS FULL OF

We’ve got 294 acres with something for everyone. Start at the Manderino Library. You’ll find a true state-of-the-art information science resource balancing high-tech capabilities with an extensive resource library. It’s also a terrific place for students to study and collaborate on projects. Need help with special subjects? Visit our Writing Center, Reading Clinic or Math Lab, all in Noss Hall.

RESOURCES. Interested in learning how to take charge? Join our Emerging Leaders organization. Health concerns? The Student Health Center is an on-campus facility staffed by a registered nurse around the clock on weekdays and overnight on weekends, and with a medical director and physician available 20 hours a week. And Cal U’s Campus Ministry and the Commuter Council are just a few of the other services that make student life here so fulfilling.

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www.calu.edu


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CALIFORNIA UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA

Archery Baseball

On the field or in the stands, Cal U means the best in collegiate sports action, year round. Cal U competes in NCAA Division II intercollegiate athletics with varsity teams backed by some of the best coaching and athletic facilities in the nation.

Baseball Club Basketball Billiards Bodybuilding Club Bowling Cheerleaders Cross Country

FIND YOURSELF AT

CAL U. Three undergraduate colleges. More than 130 programs of study. We have what you’re looking for at Cal U. Whether you want to study mechatronics engineering technology or shape the next generation as an early childhood educator, your future is at Cal U.

Athletic facilities at Cal U are top notch, just like the students who use them. Whether they’re diving into the six-lane Hamer Pool or playing at the new Convocation Center, the Hamer Gymnasium, Adamson Stadium, Phillipsburg soccer facility, CONSOL Energy Park, or one of the 15 fields and seven courts at Roadman Park, Cal U student-athletes learn what it takes to have a winning attitude, both on and off the field.

Dance Team Equestrian Team Fencing Club Flag Football Football Golf Ice Hockey

YOUR GAME FACE ON. In-line Hockey

Interested in intramural and club sports? Take a look at our list of clubs — from baseball to hockey and rugby to equestrian and everything in between. You’ll find just what you are looking for.

Lacrosse Martial Arts Men’s and Women’s Rugby Racquetball Soccer Softball Swimming

Cal U has won

FLIP TO SEE OUR FULL LISTING

3 19

Tennis Track & Field (Indoor & Outdoor) Ultimate Frisbee

collegiate team National Championships and 29 Regional NCAA titles.

Volleyball ...and more!

www.calu.edu


Cal U is all about new experiences. Whether on stage or behind the scenes, Cal U students have a chance to participate in six theater productions each year. For those interested in dance, Cal U offers both classical and contemporary, with two dance performances each year.

DEGREE PROGRAMS AND CONCENTRATIONS

Are you a musician? There are multiple performance opportunities with our marching band, concert band or jazz ensembles. Try your hand at a fine arts course, learn to appreciate classical music, or simply be inspired by art in our galleries and public spaces.

Anthropology Forensic Anthropology Archaeology Arabic Language & Cultures Art Art Studio Athletic Training Biology Pre-Medicine Pre-Chiropractic Medicine Pre-Dentistry Pre-Osteopathic Medicine Mortuary Science (co-op program) Pre-Optometry Pre-Podiatric Medicine Pre-Pharmacy Pre-Veterinary Medicine Business Administration Human Resource Management Accounting Business Economics Finance Marketing Management Information Technology Management Business Administration (100% Online) Chemistry Commercial Music Technology Communication Disorders Communication Studies Public Relations Radio & TV Speech Communication Computer Engineering Technology Computer Information Systems Computer Science Earth Science Meteorology Environmental Environmental Hazards

EDUCATION FEEDS

ON CURIOSITY.

PERFORMANCE IS ALL AROUND

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So we’ve put together some e xcellent food for thought. You’ll notice our Viewbook is different. That’s because we put more emphasis on views. Every page will pique your interest with glimpses into the campus lif e and learning that goes on here. And if y ou want more, there’s a QR code on every page to point you to more information on our website.

So, if you’re ready,

LET’S START THE TOUR ...

1

Education Certification for Secondary Schools - Art - Biology - Chemistry - Communication - Earth & Space Science - English - Mathematics - Physics - Social Studies - Spanish Technology Education K-12 Elementary PreK-4 Elementary PreK-4/Special Ed Elementary Grades 4-8 - Language Arts/Reading - Mathematics - Science - Social Studies - Math & Language Arts/Reading - Math & Science - Math & Social Studies - Science & Language Arts/Reading - Science & Social Studies Elementary Grades 4-8/Special Ed - Language Arts/Reading - Mathematics - Science - Social Studies Electrical Engineering Technology English Creative Writing Journalism Language & Literacy Literature Environmental Studies Conservation Ecology Fisheries & Wildlife Biology Environmental Science Leadership and Management

Geography Climatology GIS & Emergency Management Tourism Studies Geology Gerontology Graphic Design Graphics & Multimedia History International Studies Jurisprudence with concentration in Legal Studies Justice Studies Homeland & International Security Criminology Law & Justice Forensic Science Liberal Studies Mathematics Mechatronics Engineering Technology Nursing (BSN) for RNs Nursing (BSN) for RNs Online Nursing (BSN) for RNs (courses at CCAC South Campus) Parks & Recreation Management Philosophy Physics Political Science Pre-Law Psychology Social Science Social Work Sociology Applied Sociology Spanish Sport Management Studies Professional Golf Management Wellness & Fitness (online) Technology Management Theatre Undecided in Education Undecided in Liberal Arts Undecided in Science & Technology

ASSOCIATE DEGREES Accounting Computer Engineering Technology Computer Science Technology Computer Information Systems Early Childhood Electrical Engineering Technology Graphics & Multimedia Industrial Technology Liberal Studies Nursing (RN) co-op with CCAC Degree issued by CCAC Physical Therapist Assistant Radiologic Technology Robotics Engineering Technology Technical Studies CERTIFICATE PROGRAMS Nanofabrication Manufacturing Technology Personal Computer Application LETTERS OF COMPLETION Spanish for Business Spanish for Law Enforcement Sex Crimes Involving Online Predators Industrial Safety For a current listing of all programs, please visit the Cal U website at www.calu.edu.


GREAT.

You’re off to a good start.

WE’RE CLOSE TO HOME...

AT CAL U, YOU’RE GOING PLACES.

We’ve got the best of both worlds. Close to everything, yet in a place of our own. We’re within minutes of hiking, biking and horseback riding. Whitewater rafting, swimming, canoeing and kayaking are just around the bend. And great skiing, snowboarding and winter sports are less than an hour away.

Take a walk on the wild side, without losing a step. Cal U enables you to explore the world while earning credit toward your degree. The international Cultural Experiences Abroad program offers study abroad programs at 28 sites in countries across the globe.

...AND A WORLD AWAY.

Cal U students can also explore the possibilities of earning full-time credit toward their degree through the National Student Exchange program, which links nearly 200 schools throughout the U.S. and Canada.

Interested in big city culture, shopping and sports teams? Pittsburgh’s world-class museums, fabulous dining and major league teams are just 35 miles away — a quick bus ride will get you there and back. Then there’s home. Cal U will always welcome you back to our riverside home where fun, friends and your college family are always around.

PITTSBURGH

OH SO CLOSE Loc

ated ju from Pit st 35 miles ts Cal U is burgh, easy to reach via majo r and Toll highways Route 4 3.

CALIFORNIA

Argentina Brazil Chile China Costa Rica Czech Republic England France Germany Ireland Italy South Africa Spain

www.calu.edu


C A L I F O R N I A U N I V E R S I T Y O F P E N N S Y LVA N I A

COME AND SEE FOR YOURSELF. We’d love to see you. In the area and just want to stop in? No problem. We’ve got a great self-guided tour that’s perfect for whatever time you have.

Or – best of all – plan to attend one of our Discovery Days or Open Houses. You’ll get the best of everything, all at one time.

CALIFORNIA UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA

www.calu.edu

...............................

Tell us you’re coming and we’ll set up a tour, show you around and spend plenty of time with you and your family to answer all your questions.

DATES 2013 FALL DISCOVERY DAYS Saturday, September 21 Saturday, October 5 Monday, October 14 Saturday, November 2 2014 SPRING OPEN HOUSE Monday, February 17

CURIOUS ABOUT YOUR FUTURE

Saturday, March 8 Saturday, April 5

Office of Admissions - California University of PA, 250 University Avenue, California, PA 15419 • 1-888-412-0479 or 724-938-4404 • Fax: 724-938-4564 Office of Financial Aid - Dixon Hall 105 • 724-938-4415 • Fax: 724-938-4551 I N T E G R I T Y, C I V I L I T Y, R E S P O N S I B I L I T Y A proud member of the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education. California University of Pennsylvania is an academic community dedicated to the ideals of justice, fairness and equal opportunity for all. In compliance with federal and state laws, the University is committed to providing equal educational and employment opportunities for all persons without regard to race, color, sex, religion, national origin, age, disability, ancestry, sexual orientation or status as a disabled or Vietnam era veteran. The University will not tolerate racial, ethnic or sexual discrimination. Sexual harassment is considered by law to be a form of sexual discrimination and is, therefore, unacceptable. Direct equal opportunity and affirmative action inquiries or complaints to the Special Assistant to the President for EEEO/University Ombudsperson, Office of Social Equity, South Hall 112, 724-938-4014. Direct inquiries regarding services or facilities accessibility to the ADA/504, Compliance Officer, Office of Student Development and Services, G 52 Carter Hall, 724-938 4056. Direct Title IX inquiries to the Senior Women’s Administrator/Title IX Coordinator, Department of Athletics, Hamer Hall 248, 724-938-4351.

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A proud member of the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education.


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