- Join a Club
Search this listing of student organizations that are recognized at Penn State Behrend.
- Lion Entertainment Board
LEB hosts a variety of events, live performances and movies throughout the year. Check them out and consider getting involved in the planning.
- Student Government Association
SGA is the governing body for all clubs and organizations on campus. Get involved and have your voice heard!
- Campus Ministries
Celebrate or learn more about faith through Catholic Campus Ministry and Protestant Campus Ministry.
- Fraternity and Sorority Life
As a member of a fraternity or sorority at Penn State Behrend you will become a well-rounded, civically engaged and responsible global citizen.
- Intramurals and Recreational Programs
The Office of Intramural and Recreational Programs provides the opportunity to participate in intramural sports, fitness and aerobics, and recreational activities. Whether you enjoy structured tournaments or informal activities, this is the place for you.
The goal of Civic and Community Engagement is to connect YOU to the community in which you live and the larger world.
Talking to Someone Who Can Help
- Talk to Your Academic Adviser
Work with your academic adviser to discuss a variety of topics, including how to find the appropriate resources on campus.
- Work with Educational Equity and Diversity Programs
The Office of Educational Equity and Diversity Programs supports and serves as an advocate for diverse populations within the college community, aiming to create an environment that promotes respect for differences while fostering caring relationships and cross-cultural understanding and appreciation throughout the campus.
- Disabilities and Learning Differences
The Office of Educational Equity and Diversity is responsible for coordinating support services, reasonable academic accommodations, and promoting disability awareness in the university community.
- International Students
The Office of Educational Equity and Diversity Programs provides support and information to all of our international students and plans social and educational events throughout the year.
- LGBTQA Resources
Contact the Office of Educational Equity and Diversity if you have concerns related to an open, safe, and inclusive environment for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender, and queer students at Penn State Behrend.
- Minority Students
The Multi-Cultural Council and Multicultural Resource Center promote awareness, understanding, and appreciation of all cultures through programming, community service, fundraisers, and other events.
- Talk to a Personal Counselor
The Personal Counseling office can help you resolve personal concerns that may interfere with your academic progress, social development, and satisfaction at Penn State.
- Self–Help Resources for Veterans
Review a list of Penn State and national resources to help returning veterans address common concerns that may impede a quality university experience.
Finding Other Support
- Adjust as an Adult Learner
Find information on Adult Learner Programs and Services, which is a tangible expression of Penn State's commitment to providing comprehensive services for non-traditional undergraduate students.
- Couples Counseling
At times, problems in a relationship can lead to stress and disruption in your life. Couples counseling is an option when at least one partner is a full-time student. Married, unmarried and LGBT couples are welcome.
- Eating Disorder Support
Eating disorders are complicated medical and psychological issues that affect a wide range of individuals. At Penn State Behrend, the Eating Disorder Support Team (EDST) is here to help and confidentially guide students who may be struggling with disordered eating with the goal to positively impact overall wellness and ensure effective treatment.
- Get Help with Homesickness
Find advice on coping with being away from home, family, friends, and a familiar environment.
- Building Resilience
Resilience helps you to better cope and make adjustments when you find yourself in tough situations.
- Handle a Roommate Conflict
Find advice on how to handle a conflict with your roommate. Contacting Residence Life at Penn State is a great way to start.
- Have a Mental Health Screening
See a list of available online mental health screening tests available through Penn State’s Counseling and Psychological Services.
- Other Self-Help Resources
Find out more information about help with everything from Seasonal Affective Disorder and moderation management to final exams, excessive gaming and more!
- A Pocket Guide to College Success
- The Strategic Student: Successfully Transitioning from High School to College Academics