Penn State Harrisburg is committed to fostering a diverse, equitable, and inclusive learning community and has established numerous groups to pursue and accomplish this goal.
Commission for Women
The CFW Liaison group identifies areas of concern for the women employees and students of Penn State Harrisburg. It is a forum for exchanging ideas that can translate into improved practices to support women at the college.
The Council on Race, Ethnicity, and Diversity (CORED)
CORED serves as an advisory and consultative body to the Chancellor, providing college leadership with innovative, evidence-informed recommendations related to diversity, equity, and inclusion. Additionally, it works to identify barriers that inhibit the full inclusion and advancement of faculty, staff, and students from underrepresented and/or underserved populations.
The DEEC aims to create and engage in activities cultivating a safe and supportive campus community that values diversity and fosters good citizenship. It strives to improve communication and encourage respect within its interdependent campus communities by enhancing the development of relationship skills and providing opportunities to share experiences and diverse perspectives among members of the college community.
Each year, Penn State Harrisburg becomes the home of hundreds of international students from several dozen different countries. The Office of International Student Support Services (ISSS) houses the International Student Advisers and provides support services for international students in matters relating to U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) paperwork, social, and cultural issues.
Student Life supports dozens of student clubs and organizations to fit any interest, whether you're looking to get involved in service projects, join a fraternity or sorority, participate in decision-making for the college through Student Government, or join a club that will help you with your major or career goals.