As the new addition to the Natali Student Center takes shape, the all-you-care-to-eat Gold Rush dining facility has moved to the newly renovated Gallagher Dining Hall. Gallagher Hall was the University’s main dining location from 1966-1998, when food service operations moved to the Natali Student Center.
The Kara Alumni House welcomes alumni and guests to campus. Alumni Relations offices are located inside, and the space is often used to host special events.
This modern building includes lab spaces and classrooms for many of Cal U’s science programs, including mechatronics, meteorology, earth sciences and geology. The Welcome Center and Career Services also are located here.
Duda Hall, home to the College of Liberal Arts, provides many sophisticated, “smart” classrooms for students.
California University’s Frich Hall is primarily a biological science teaching facility, but also provides teaching space for art and criminal justice classes. Inside you’ll find a greenhouse, herbarium and exhibit space.
One of the most recognizable buildings on campus, historic Old Main contains the Office of the President, some classroom and office space, and a chapel.
The offices of Marketing and University Relations, University Development and Alumni Relations are stationed inside South Hall. This building also includes the President’s residence.
Dixon Hall is a one-stop-shop for student academic and financial services. Offices in this building include Academic Records, Admissions, Bursar and Financial Aid. It also houses the Office of the Provost, the Unviersity’s chief academic officer.
Students at Cal U utilize the Manderino Library’s research services center, computer labs and quiet study areas. The library also hosts programs and even game nights for students.
Built in 1892, Watkins Hall houses faculty offices, general classrooms and a communications lab. The Business and Economics Department is based in this historic building.
New Science Hall hosts many of Cal U’s science departments, including studio-style labs for chemistry and physics.
Built as a gymnasium in 1892 , Vulcan Hall has been completely renovated to give California University of Pennsylvania art students a chance to complete and display their work.
Cal U students use The Quad as a place to study outdoors, toss a Frisbee around or meet friends for lunch outside the Sycamore Bistro.
Hit the gym and stay fit at Herron Hall. The Recreation and Fitness Center includes a rock climbing wall, gymnasium, pool, cardiovascular and weight machines, free weights, an aerobic studio, an indoor track and locker rooms.
Keystone Hall is home to California University’s College of Education and Human Services.
The Emeriti Fountain honors distinguished professors who have retired from teaching at California University of Pennsylvania. It also serves as a great spot to cool off in the summer.
Noss Hall houses offices for California University’s Office of Student Retention, as well as computer labs and tutoring centers for reading, writing, and math.
California University’s Coover Hall houses art classes and the Department of Applied Engineering and Technology.
Cal U students use Helsel Hall’s engineering technology workshop to build class projects and its printing lab to print large-scale graphic images.
Cal U students can catch a movie, shop at the bookstore, or eat in one of the many restaurants inside the student center. The student center also houses a credit union, campus TV studio and newspaper offices, and a Commuter Center. Natali is currently undergoing renovations to expand and improve its services to students.
Catch a performance at Steele Hall, Cal U’s center for theater and dance. The mainstage theatre seats more than 600, and a ‘black box’ theatre has room for 150 guests.
Hamer Hall is home to the athletic training and sport management programs at California University. The building includes classrooms, weight rooms, a pool and athletic training facilities.
There are six smoke-free, co-ed residence halls located in the heart of Cal U’s main campus. Carter Hall also is home to the Health and Wellness Center and Cal U’s Multicultural Center.