To provide exceptional opportunities, advocacy and support for every student to become a responsible and open minded citizen
Student Affairs is dedicated to students' growth and development outside of the formal classroom. We create opportunities and experiences for students to challenge and broaden their individual perspective, to advance their personal and professional growth, to encourage healthy decision making, and to foster leadership characteristics. Our goal is to cultivate students who will positively contribute to a future role in the workforce and in society.
Adult students may have additional family and work responsibilities that some of our traditional aged students do not have. We provide an array of services to help support the adult student. Some of these include programming, an Adult Student Center and resources for adults.
Penn State DuBois provides athletic opportunities in both varsity sports and intramural sports. In addition, we provide a fitness center free of charge for students.
Students can face financial challenges or unexpected life events during their college careers. Nationally and at Penn State, food and housing insecurity is an increasing concern for many college students. We are here to help provide the resources you need to thrive and succeed, so you can focus on your goals and making the most of your time at the University.
If you are struggling to afford basic needs, such as food, housing, textbooks, clothing, or other household items, we are here for you. If you need help - or if you are uncertain about your needs - reach out to one of the many resources available on-campus or in the community.
Assisting students in their career exploration, skill development and job search.
Student Affairs is designed to assist students in their time at the University. However, much of what we do can also assist our faculty. Listed, are an array of services that you may find useful as a faculty member. Please let us know how we can partner with you.
Penn State DuBois is committed to providing the support structures and framework for students, faculty, staff and administration from all backgrounds to foster healthy diversity and multicultural dynamics, guided by the Penn State DuBois Framework to Foster Diversity and leading the Penn State system and higher education in Pennsylvania in equipping all students, faculty and staff on campus with the skills and perspectives needed to achieve at the highest level of academic and career performance.
The Penn State DuBois Food Pantry is situated in the Office of Student Affairs, in the Hiller building. It is open to all students who are experiencing food insecurities and in need of cleaning materials and toiletries. Please stop in and talk with Ann Whyte, who is more than happy to help you. You can also email Ann at [email protected] or call 375-4760 for assistance.
Providing health and wellness programming, physician and psychological services in an effort to promote health living and well being of students.
Penn State DuBois does not offer on campus housing. Housing is offered in adjacent apartments and houses near the campus that are owned and operated privately by local landlords. This link provides information about these housing opportunities.
We at Penn State DuBois strive to create and maintain an open, safe and inclusive environment for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender students. We have an array of resources and support services to assist students and encourage students to use these resources whenever necessary.
This office provides an array of out of class opportunities including diversity programs, leadership development, community service, club and organization support and other learning environments.
Providing a safe living and learning environment for Penn State DuBois students by promoting the Code of Conduct and other student policies.
Student Legal Services
Student Legal Services provides advice, referrals, document drafting, and other legal services to University Park and Commonwealth Campus students facing personal legal issues. To get started, contact student affairs for information on how to use the service!
The Office of Adult Student and Veteran Services at Penn State DuBois, located in Room 206, DEF Building is available to connect veteran students with campus resources, veteran service providers and other agencies within the community. http://dubois.gabelstaplerreifen.net/veteran-services-0