Leave your mark
There’s something special at Penn State that converts the “I” to the “we” and ignites our passions to collaborate on meaningful impact. Penn State Shenango’s culture is rooted in supporting each other in the classroom, in the community and beyond.
Students have started incredible clubs and organizations that span academics and special interests, to coordinating groups that have traveled the world volunteering. No matter how you choose to get involved, you will leave Shenango with leadership skills and experience that sets you apart.
Clubs and organizations change with student populations. Listed below are active and inactive campus clubs, organizations and groups that Penn State Shenango’s Student Affairs office can help you get involved in.
Student Government Association
The Student Government Association acts as a liaison among the students, faculty, and administration to represent the voice of the student body. These student leaders listen to student concerns, oversee organization funding and implements programming.
Academic and professional clubs
Jumpstart your professional journey by getting involved with groups that support your field’s goals and standards. Activities typically include networking opportunities, licensure preparations and developing industry-specific skills.
- Business Club
- Criminal Justice Club
- History Club
- Human Development and Family Studies Club
- Information Technology Club
- National Communication Association's Honor Society Lambda Pi Eta’s Alpha Zeta Phi chapter
- Occupational Therapy Club
- Physical Therapist Assistants’ Club
- STEM Club
Expand your Penn State experience by traveling the world. Alternative Spring Break participants have traveled as far as Belize to complete service projects, while Study Abroad students have enjoyed summers in England learning about human development.
- Alternative Spring Break
- Study Abroad
Penn State organizations
Penn State’s community of 74,000+ active undergraduate students cross geographical boundaries to make a difference. From the world’s largest student-run philanthropy to campus leadership groups, we are excited to connect you with like-minded classmates across the University.
Special interest clubs
We are here to help you explore your interests to make a difference, create something new or to find your passion.
- Agriculture Club
- Diversity Club
- Drama Club
- Garden Club
- International Cultures Club
- Rainbow Lions (pride)
- SMILE (Students Making Individual Lives Easier)
- Student Veterans Association