The Student Activities Office encourages you to take advantage of all the ways to get involved in student life and make your out-of-class experience fun and exciting.
With numerous social and educational programs throughout any given week and weekends, there is always something to do on campus!
There are always opportunities to share your creative side at novelty events like painting the Wildcat, building a bear, or creating your own succulent.
Whether it's Open Mic Nights or bands playing on the weekend, artists come to our campus to entertain. We encourage everyone to stop by events and listen to new musicians.
Educational speakers and performers discuss issues that interest you, such as dating, supernatural phenomena, music piracy, and other hot topics.
Want to learn more about what happens during the week and weekends on and off campus? Check out what's happening on the Current Students website.
Campus Center Hangouts
CC Commons is complete with pool tables and is host to a weekly trivia competition, Campus Quizzo. This area is the perfect place to relax or take a break from your studies, and is known to occasionally host musical and novelty events.
Conveniently located outside the Wildcat Express Convenience Store, the Campus Center Commuter Lounge offers a space for students to gather, relax, work on group projects, or study between classes.
The TV Lounge is the perfect place to kick back, watch your favorite game or TV show, study, or meet up with friends. Comfy furniture and multiple TVs make this space ideal for student gatherings. The TV Lounge is located on the first floor of the Campus Center and is open 24 hours a day 7 days a week!
Serving the needs of gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender students is very important at Penn College.
Penn College is committed to educating the campus on the diverse meanings and understandings of sex and gender.
A student's religious/spiritual journey can be an important component in the pursuit of their academic goals.
Through co-curricular and extra-curricular programming the College provides opportunities for students, faculty and staff to raise their awareness and respect for the diversity both on the Penn College campus and in the world around them.
Each year, the Penn College and Williamsport community celebrates the life and values of Martin Luther King, Jr. through service, activities, and guest speakers. Check out our list of events for Dream Week 2018 below and check back for our 2019 events this fall.
Student Activities coordinates programs with student organizations, academic schools, and other colleges and/or community organizations. The programs enhance student life and help students develop interpersonal skills that last well beyond their college years. Opportunities include:
Leadership Boot Camp is Penn College's comprehensive student development program, providing fun and educational opportunities for students to develop and enhance their leadership skills.
Penn College Awards recognize graduating Penn College students who have demonstrated outstanding student leadership or have contributed significantly to student life in some way.
Student Government Association (SGA) is the democratic voice for students on campus and serves as a recommending body to the College administration on issues that affect students and student life.
Wildcat Event Board (WEB) is a student-based organization that plans and implements the student activities and entertainment on campus. Watch for detailed information on the Stall Wall Weekly, bulletin boards, and email. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to join the fun!
Greek Life provides an opportunity for Penn College students to get involved in fraternities. The common values of all Greek organizations include scholarship, leadership, service and brotherhood.
Connections Links make an enormous impact on the Penn College community by welcoming and aiding new students in their transition to college life. Links help to promote a more responsible student body through leadership development activities and serve as role models for new students.
Campus Center Information Desk
Information Desk Hours
(Fall & Spring semesters)
- Monday - Thursday, 8 a.m.-11 p.m.
- Friday, 8 a.m.-8 p.m.
- Saturday - Sunday, noon-8 p.m.
Located in Campus Center, Room 108, the ID Center is open Monday - Friday, 8:15 a.m.-4:15 p.m for issue of all student and employee photo ID cards.
Student Activities Office Mission
As an integral part of the Division of Student Affairs, the mission of the Student Activities Office is to provide a student-centered holistic collegiate experience for our students. Specifically, our office provides an environment that promotes:
- Co-curricular learning;
- Effective transitions into and through collegiate life;
- Social Awareness;
- Commitment to diversity;
- Productive use of leisure time;
- Leadership and group development through a wide range of programs and services;
- Passion for lifelong learning.