Pennsylvania Highlands offers many opportunities for students to get involved. Student clubs are organized by students with the assistance of faculty and staff advisors. Some groups are social in nature while others offer professional guidance or reward academic excellence. No matter what the interest or focus is, student organizations and activities provide an excellent opportunity to communicate, socialize and learn outside of the classroom.
We strongly encourage students to participate in the development of the College’s co-curricular program by organizing and developing new student organizations and activities. Not only does this provide further opportunities for all students to get involved in the College’s growth, it provides a valuable leadership experience. Contact the Director of Student Activities if you are interested in starting a new student organization or activity. The Student Organization Handbook, which can be obtained from the Director of Student Activities, outlines the steps that College student groups must take to organize, plan, and implement events and activities at Pennsylvania Highlands.