California University of Pennsylvania

Integrity, Civility,Responsibility—the three words explains it all about the California University of Pennsylvania, formerly known as “Cal U.” the multi dimensional educational resources of California University of Pennsylvania have been producing the quality education from last 157 years and is continuing to do it on with more than 8,500 on roll students. Being a member of “American Association of State Colleges and Universities” & “World Tourism Organization Education Council” and accredited by “Middle States Commission on Higher Education,” Cal U is providing the top level tutoring to its brilliant lot of students.


In 1852, an “Academy for Kindergarten” was established by the fledgling community of California, which was renamed as “South-Western Normal School” in 1874. Pennsylvania bought and renamed the school to “California State Normal School” and declared it as training of elementary school teachers.

The institution moved back to 4-year curriculum plan in 1928, getting a new name “California State Teachers College” which became “California State College” in 1959. At last, it was the July 1, 1983, when the glory reached its limits—the institute became California University of Pennsylvania!

Dr. Angelo Armenti, Jr. is the current president of Cal U.

Mission Statement:

To advance its ultimate mission of building the character and careers of students, the University shall focus its efforts on three goals: student achievement and success, institutional excellence, and community service. These interrelated ends will be facilitated by the following means: high quality faculty, students, programs, and facilities. These means, in turn, will be funded through an energetic program of resource acquisition and stewardship.

Cal U. Colleges:

  • The College of Education and Human Services
  • The College of Liberal Arts
  • The Eberly College of Science and Technology
  • The School of Graduate Studies and Research
  • Institute of law and public policy

California University of Pennsylvania—Facts & Figures:

6,690 undergraduate students, 1,429 graduate students, 38 buildings situated on 90 acres and an additional 98 acres recreation complex glorifies quite a lot of grandeur California University of Pennsylvania posses. As a regional institution, California University of Pennsylvania strives to present a diversity of programs and services for those residing in it's service area.

“California Vulcans,” the name recognized all around America by sports lovers, is used for the Athletics & Sports teams of California University of Pennsylvania. A huge number of campus journals, sports magazines, research publications and news leaflets are published by California University of Pennsylvania.

Cal U. Online:

California University of Pennsylvania launched its Global Online campus in 2004 and till now, more than 15,000 students have benefited from this “Online Cal U. Campus.” The core aim of California University of Pennsylvania’s online educational resource is to provide flexible, innovative programs and support services that are responsive to a broad range of student and regional needs.

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List of Courses:

1)    Education and Human Services
  • Academic Development Services
  • Communication Disorders
  • Counselor Education
  • Secondary Education and Administrative Programs
  • Elementary Education
  • Health Science and Sport Studies
  • Social Work and Gerontology
  • Special Education
2)    Liberal Arts
  • Art and Design
  • Communication Studies
  • English
  • Foreign Languages and Cultures
  • History and Political Science
  • Justice, Law & Society
  • Music
  • Philosophy
  • Psychology
  • Theater and Dance
3)    Science and Technology
  • Applied Engineering and Technology
  • Biological & Environmental Sciences
  • Business and Economics
  • Chemistry and Physics
  • Mathematics and Computer Science
  • Nursing
  • Earth Science
4)    Graduate Studies and Research
5)    Law and Public Policy

Quote of the Day

"An education isn't how much you have committed to memory, or even how much you know. It's being able to differentiate between what you know and what you don't"
(Anatole France)