Extra-curricular and co-curricular activities are a vital part of the educational and developmental process. Penn State Fayette, The Eberly Campus encourages and supports involvement of students in hopes of broadening and enriching their college experience. Below is a list of officially recognized student clubs and organizations. If you see an organization that you are interested in reach out to a student leader to join today.
Promotes and pursues academic and social interest in a variety of business aspects by means of field trips, outreach, workshops, and seminars while providing a forum for discussion among students enrolled in the Business program and/or students interested in any Business-related fields.
Contact: Maria Catalina at [email protected]
Motivates students to be aware of the need for a spiritual foundation by organizing and encouraging students to be bold about their faith.
Contact: Mark Shenouda at [email protected]
Criminal Justice Society (CJS)
Networks and connects with other students in the criminal justice field while providing workshops and seminars among students enrolled in the CJS program. An opportunity to volunteer in a restorative justice program: Bridges to Life.
Contact: Keyli Portillo at [email protected]
Our mission is to equip students with knowledge of gardening and sustainable habits while giving back to the campus community. We encourage sustainability and love for the environment as well as the community.
Contact: Nicole Walker at [email protected]
Lion Ambassadors (University-affiliated)
(University-sponsored) Promotes Penn State University, especially Penn State Fayette, as well as its interests and goals among future, current and past students, and friends of the University through tours and various activities.
Contact: Skylar Wilson at [email protected]
Outing and Adventure Club
Stimulate a group interest in the outdoors and encourage environmental stewardship through adventurous activities. Trips include, but are not limited to: white water rafting, hiking, skiing and snowboarding, spelunking, and zip lining. The club also wants to promote giving back to the community by participating in charities, campus and local events, and volunteer work.
Physical Therapy Assistants Association (PTAA)
Promotes and pursues academic interest in the Physical Therapist Assistant program by providing education and awareness outside of the classroom.
Contact: Madisyn Williams at [email protected]
Pride Alliance Working for Students (PAWS)
Serves as a forum for LGBT+ students and allies to discuss topics about the LGBT+ community and to promote the importance of acceptance and understanding of the community.
Contact: Colby Cain at [email protected]
Student Nurses' Association of Pennsylvania (SNAP)
Networks and connects with other student nurses and professionals across the state of Pennsylvania.
Contact: Sarabeth Miner at [email protected] or Bethany Umbel at [email protected]
Student Activities Advisory Council (SAAC)
Plans and implements comprehensive educational and social programming for students throughout the year.
Contact: Jacob Mariotti at [email protected]
Student Government Association (SGA) (University recognized student governance)
The SGA is recognized as the official voice of the student body and is authorized to represent students and their concerns.
Contact: Roger Myers [email protected]
The Eberly Music Performance Organization (TEMPO)
TEMPO provides a variety of musical experiences for its members and musical entertainment for students and the Penn State Fayette community.
Contact: Joshua Heller at [email protected]
The Roaring Lions
The Roaring Lion is the official student-run newspaper of Penn State Fayette, The Eberly Campus, which empowers student opinion through published articles. With ever-important social issues in both the world and in our local area, sharing information through text is our way of spreading news. We encourage those with a desire to write a story on any topic to make their voices heard. New issues are published every month.
Contact: Sophie Machesky at [email protected]
A year-long fundraising effort that culminates in a 46-hour dance marathon at University Park to benefit children with cancer. THON is the largest student-run philanthropy in the world.
Contact: Lauren Nedrow at [email protected]
Starting a New Student Organization
Can’t find what you’re looking for? Contact Student Affairs to register a new student organization or club.