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            Academic Affairs is responsible for the development, delivery and assessment of all University instructional programs. Its mission is to ensure the quality, value and relevance of all academic programs and related academic support services to promote student success. The Division further supports the professional development of the faculty to ensure a cadre of professionals committed to excellence.



            (814) 732-2729

            The Academic Success Center supports and enhances the academic development of students at Edinboro University. Through proactive, intentional and innovative programs, the Center designs opportunities for students to achieve their academic goals, and is part of University-wide efforts to improve student success, retention and graduation goals.



            (814) 732-2218

            The Accounting Office assists students in attaining their academic goals by providing timely and accurate financial information regarding their personal University account. It enables employees to effectively manage their respective fiscal responsibilities by providing financial reports and related details, and serves all members of the EU community in receiving disbursement of University funds and financial reports.



            (814) 732-2725

            The Admissions Office provides prospective undergraduate and graduate students and their families with information about the University and guides them through the application process. It conducts campus tours and visitation events, reviews application materials and connects students with the offices and services they need to succeed.



            (814) 732-2761/(888) 8GO-BORO

            The Office of Advancement oversees the areas of Alumni Relations, Development/Annual Fund, University Communications and Marketing, Student Philanthropy and the University Foundation. Through the procurement of funds, maintenance of relationships and promotion of the University, Advancement is dedicated to cultivating the best possible future for EU.



            (814) 732-2992

            The Office of Alumni Relations serves Edinboro’s more than 65,000 alumni by facilitating the involvement of alumni in the many traditions of the University community – such as Homecoming Weekend, athletic games and concerts – as well as hosting its own events, which include reunions and alumni gatherings across the country.



            (814) 732-2715

            Degree programs in fine and applied media arts, crafts, art education and art therapy celebrate creativity and equip students with the education necessary to become the artistic innovators they want to be.


            Doucette Hall, Room 113
            215 Meadville Street Edinboro, PA 16444
            (814) 732-2406

            Recognized as one of the top programs in the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference, EU Athletics offers 17 intercollegiate sports, seven men’s and ten women’s. An experienced and knowledgeable staff of professional coaches and support personnel work with students to continue the University’s rich tradition of statewide and national success in the arena of collegiate athletics.



            (814) 732-1821

            The Department of Biology and Health Services prepares students for scientific research and applied work in their field through lab work, theory application, class lectures and hands-on experiences.


            Cooper Hall, Room 126
            230 Scotland Road Edinboro, PA 16444
            (814) 732-2500

            The University Bookstore is the on-campus source for textbooks, Edinboro apparel, gifts, cards and school and art supplies.



            (814) 732-2456

            The Bursar's Office is responsible for maintenance of student accounts. The Office issues tuition billing statements via Edinboro’s eBill system and applies applicable charges, payments and financial aid disbursements, as well as refunds of excess funds, when available, to student accounts.



            (814) 732-5555 option #2

            The Bachelor of Science in Business Administration degree programs in accounting, comprehensive business administration, economics, financial services, forensic accounting and fraud examination, management information systems and marketing, an associate degree in business administration, and minor programs in economics and business administration set the stage for careers in numerous professions throughout the complex and exciting business world.


            Hendricks Hall, Room 215A
            235 Scotland Road Edinboro, PA 16444
            (814) 732-2407

            EU hosts numerous successful sports camps, professional conferences and leadership experiences each year, offering camps/conferences the audio-visual capable meeting rooms, traditional and suite-style housing, manicured athletic fields, professional catering and knowledgeable staff members they need to be successful.


            Alumni House/McComb Fieldhouse
            (814) 732-2992/(814) 732-1834

            Campus Life supports the learning that takes place outside of the classroom by creating an environment for students that encourages involvement, supports leadership development and empowers them in campus-wide decision-making. Through co-curricular and extra-curricular programs and services, the office assists students in achieving their academic, social, cultural, emotional and physical goals.



            (814) 732-2768

            The Edinboro Campus Ministry Cooperative is composed of an ecumenical volunteer group of pastors, community members and EU administrators, professors and students who guide its programming and planning. Several area churches are represented in the Campus Ministry, which offers fellowship, service, worship and study to University faculty, staff and students.



            (814) 732-2601

            The Edinboro University Police Department is committed to ensuring the safety and security of EU’s students, staff and visitors. The 13 officers of the Police Department protect the University community in a professional, competent and caring manner to provide an environment suitable to learn, teach and work.



            (814) 732-2921

            The Center for Career Development facilitates and supports the successful career development of students and alumni. Through individualized counseling, programs and resources, the Center assists with the development of lifelong skills and strategies that enable students and alumni to independently carry out effective career decision-making, career-planning and job-searching. All services provided by the Center are strictly confidential.



            (814) 732-2781

            Degree programs in chemistry (BS and BA), biochemistry and forensic science (BS), as well as the pre-pharmacy transfer program (AS), prepare EU students for careers as chemists, researchers, medical and pharmaceutical personnel, educators, technical consultants, scientific management, lab directors, forensic investigators and more.


            Cooper Hall, Room 126
            230 Scotland Road Edinboro, PA 16444
            (814) 732-2485

            Within the parameters of the University-wide focus on excellence and student success, the College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences prepares students to be successful contributors to their communities and responsible global citizens. Through instruction, engagement and the creation and application of scholarship in communication and media studies, sociology, English and liberal studies, political science, history and anthropology, and criminal justice, the College strives to effectively meet the needs of the northwestern Pennsylvania region.



            (814) 732-1113

            The College of Science and Health Professions provides numerous options for study in the hard and exact sciences – biology, chemistry, geosciences, physics and mathematics – as well as applied areas (computer science, psychology, social work and speech and hearing science) and the health and allied health professions. In addition to the University-wide emphasis on excellence and student success, the programs in this College highlight the University’s commitment to critical growth areas.



            (814) 732-2440

            Degree programs in Communication Studies offer students the education necessary to excel in some of the most interesting, emergent and scholarly career fields in our fast-moving communicative age.


            Compton Hall, Room 208
            210 East Normal Street Edinboro, PA 16444
            (814) 732-2444

            The Communications and Marketing Office is the official source of news and information at Edinboro, acting as the main point of contact between EU and the news media. It also plays a key informational role during emergency situations. The Office promotes the University, its programs and the success of its students, faculty, staff and alumni through marketing materials, including television and radio advertisements, the Edinboro University Magazine and departmental brochures.



            (814) 732-2193

            EU hosts numerous successful professional conferences and leadership experiences each year, offering the audio-visual capable meeting rooms, traditional and suite-style housing, professional catering and knowledgeable staff members they need to be successful.


            Wiley Center/Van Houten Dining Hall
            (814) 732-1420/(814) 732-1500

            Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) provides a range of services to enrolled students without charge on a short-term basis. The services are intended to facilitate intellectual and personal growth by helping students to resolve concerns that may interfere with their academic progress, social development and satisfaction at Edinboro University.



            (814) 732-2252

            The department’s degree programs equip graduates for careers in rehabilitation and community counseling, as school (elementary and secondary) and college counselors, and special educators, and prepare them to further their education at the doctoral level.


            Butterfield Hall, Room 122
            310 Scotland Road Edinboro, PA 16444
            (814) 732-2421

            Degree programs in criminal justice, anthropology and forensic studies offer students the opportunity to obtain a broad-based, marketable education with excellent career prospects in all areas of public and private sectors.


            Hendricks Hall, Room 146
            235 Scotland Road Edinboro, PA 16444
            (814) 732-2409
            Development / Annual Fund

            The Development/Annual Fund Office facilitates gift planning and scholarship development at Edinboro University. Development is where those looking to give back to EU turn for information about supporting the University, which advances EU and its students by allowing both to reach beyond expectations.



            (814) 732-2992

            Students who are looking for a great place to eat need look no farther than EU Dining Services. Chartwells, which has exclusive rights to provide food services to our campus, offers a wide variety of menu options in multiple locations across campus. The University works hard to design meal programs guaranteed to meet the individual needs of our students.



            (814) 732-2635

            The Dr. Robert C. Weber Honors Program provides opportunities for high-achieving students to extend their intellectual and creative talents beyond conventional university offerings. It is an elite academic program that is designed for students who choose to enrich their studies through directed and self-directed activities commensurate with their abilities, and who want to work closely with outstanding university professors.



            (814) 732-2981

            Undergraduate degree programs in early childhood, special and preschool education (AS), and MEd programs in early childhood education and reading, as well as graduate certificates in early childhood education (grades PK-4), instructional technology and reading specialist, prepare teachers to be effective advocates for learning and positive change.


            Butterfield Hall, Room 330
            310 Scotland Road Edinboro, PA 16444
            (814) 732-2750

            Degree programs in literature, writing and secondary education, as well as minors in English, creative writing, women’s studies and philosophy, prepare students for careers in such diverse fields as education, writing and editing, law, communications, business and much more.


            Centennial Hall, Room 322
            295 Meadville Street Edinboro, PA 16444
            (814) 732-2736

            The Office of Environmental Health and Safety is responsible for maintaining the emergency procedures, the fire log, and fire prevention information for the University.



            (814) 732-2709

            The Edinboro University Facilities Department, which includes all custodial, maintenance, fire and safety, energy management and construction staff, seeks to maintain quality facilities, services and equipment in an efficient and courteous manner to enrich the educational experience of EU students.



            (814) 732-2826

            The Financial Aid Office provides access to education by minimizing financial barriers through participation in programs and services that facilitate educational opportunities and contribute to the effective delivery of financial aid to qualified students. The office assists students and families with the aid process and makes a conscious effort to reach out to those with exceptional economic and educational needs.



            (814) 732-3500/(888) 611-2680

            EU provides several resources to help first-year students. The First Year Experience program combines seminar courses, first-year advising opportunities and a Common Hour to assist students in becoming oriented to the classroom, campus resources and community. The FYE program is designed to help students succeed at Edinboro University.



            (814) 732-1347

            The Edinboro University Foundation exists to support the mission of the University through the cultivation and management of assets and projects, as well as the disbursement of Foundation assets.



            (814) 732-1669

            Degree programs in earth sciences, geography and geology lead graduates to careers in the oil and gas industry, as cartographers and geographic information systems specialists, environmental managers, conservation agents, urban and community planners, environmental consultants and more.


            Cooper Hall, Room 126
            230 Scotland Road Edinboro, PA 16444
            (814) 732-1691

            With a dedicated staff and alliances with regional providers who make their services available to Edinboro students, the Ghering Health and Wellness Center provides the highest quality episodic patient care to support and enhance education and increase retention by modifying or removing health-related barriers to learning and by promoting optimal wellness.



            (814) 732 - 2743

            The Leader Speech and Hearing Center is a fee-for-services center that offers diagnostic and treatment services to individuals of all ages with communication problems affecting speech, language, voice, cognition and fluency and/or swallowing disorders.



            (814) 732-2433

            Edinboro University’s School of Graduate Studies and Research offers a broad range of master’s degrees, post-baccalaureate teacher certification and post master’s programs. Many of these nationally recognized programs are available online. Graduate students enjoy a robust academic environment lead by a world-class faculty that includes graduate assistantships, research and other scholarly opportunities and much more.



            (814)732-2856/888-845-2890
            Grants and Sponsored Programs

            The Office of Grants and Sponsored Programs facilitates the process of grant search, application and management. It strives to be a one-stop shop for all research needs by providing investigators with the administrative information and oversight necessary to succeed in the world of sponsored programs.




            The Dr. Robert C. Weber Honors Program provides opportunities for high-achieving students to extend their intellectual and creative talents beyond conventional university offerings. It is an elite academic program that is designed for students who choose to enrich their studies through directed and self-directed activities commensurate with their abilities, and who want to work closely with outstanding university professors.



            (814) 732-2981

            Degree programs in anthropology, humanities-foreign languages, history, world languages/ cultures and social science (MA) equip students with the education necessary to excel in some of the most interesting and emergent career fields of the 21st Century.


            Hendricks Hall, Room 146
            235 Scotland Road Edinboro, PA 16444
            (814) 732-2575

            Human Resources and Faculty Relations provides leadership and assistance to the University community in the areas of employment; employee and labor relations; employee benefits and services administration; staff training and development; employee classification and compensation; workers' compensation; and organizational and policy development.



            (814) 732-2703

            At EU, ID cards are required for accessing meal plans, residence halls and the fitness center, as well as charging books to financial aid at the bookstore, getting parking passes and checking out books at Baron-Forness Library. Student ID cards can be obtained at the Access Center.



            (814) 732-2635

            Information Technology Services seeks to enable the campus community to use technology to meet teaching and learning needs and conduct the business of our University effectively and efficiently. It provides students, faculty and staff with assistance relating to technical issues.



            (814) 732-2111

            The goal of the Office of Institutional Research and Assessment is to deliver accurate institutional data and improve the quality and accuracy of information provided to all involved in a student's transition into and progression through higher education, as well as to reduce the reporting burden on data providers.



            (814) 732-2104

            International Student Services provides a comprehensive curricular and co-curricular international program, encompassing a wide variety of programming and services to international and domestic students. The Office also facilitates educational travel-study opportunities in cooperation with colleges and universities abroad.



            (814) 732-2770

            Degree programs in journalism and public relations equip students with the education necessary to excel in some of the most interesting and emergent career fields in our fast-moving media age.


            Compton Hall, Room 208
            210 East Normal Street Edinboro, PA 16444
            (814) 732-2441

            The Office of Student Judicial Affairs encourages students to uphold standards of conduct, promote a civil community and maintain a positive living and learning environment for all members of the University community. Through a system of fair and efficient due process, students are challenged to be responsible for their actions on campus and within the local Edinboro community.



            (814) 732-2920

            The Leader Speech and Hearing Center is a fee-for-services center that offers diagnostic and treatment services to individuals of all ages with communication problems affecting speech, language, voice, cognition and fluency and/or swallowing disorders.



            (814) 732-2433

            Baron-Forness Library is a progressive and dynamic resource committed to supporting the curricular and research needs of Edinboro University. As the largest academic library in the region, Baron-Forness provides information resources and services to members of the University community and to the residents of northwest Pennsylvania, ever mindful of the challenge of change in an information-driven environment.



            (814) 732-2273

            Degree programs in mathematics, computer science (theory, application and game and virtual world tracks), mathematics with actuarial concentration and secondary education-mathematics lead to opportunities for graduate study and a wide variety of careers in business, education, government, industry and more.


            Ross Hall, Room 109
            220 Scotland Road Edinboro, PA 16444
            (814) 732-2760

            Degree programs in a wide variety of content specialization areas prepare highly qualified middle and secondary school teacher candidates and prospective administrators to effectively facilitate learning.


            Butterfield Hall, Room 212
            310 Scotland Road Edinboro, PA 16444
            (814) 732-2830

            The Office of Multicultural Affairs seeks to identify and eliminate barriers to an equitable and diverse environment, and serves as a catalyst in assisting the University community in creating a climate that promotes civility, respect and sensitivity through understanding and awareness of different cultures, languages and peoples.



            (814) 732-2912

            Degree programs in music and music education prepare students for careers as performers, educators, historians and much more.


            Alexander Music Center
            110 Kiltie Road Edinboro, PA 16444
            (814) 732-2555

            Degree programs in traditional nursing (BSN and MSN), RN-BSN, innovative nursing and doctorate in nursing practice (DNP) prepare students to provide nursing care in healthcare venues across the United States and around the world.


            Human Services Building, Room 124
            215 Scotland Road Edinboro, PA 16444
            (814) 732-2900

            The Office for Students with Disabilities (OSD) provides needed support services to students with various disabilities attending the University. These disabilities include, but are not limited to, physical disabilities, learning disabilities, visual impairments and hearing impairments. Services are provided based upon current documentation and expressed need by the student.



            (814) 732-2462

            In pursuit of equity and fairness, the Ombudsman facilitates communication. The university Ombudsperson is a confidential resource for all members of the campus community to talk with informally, anytime, about anything. It is the Ombudsman’s role to resolve concerns, explore options for resolution and make informed decisions, and to persist in building and preserving collaborative relationships within the campus community.



            (814) 732-1710

            Orientation provides students with an opportunity to become familiar with the University and its resources prior to the first semester of attendance. Summer sessions are directed toward those entering in the fall semester, and a January session is planned for new students in the spring semester. Additional sessions are planned for non-traditional aged students and those who attend Edinboro University at the Erie and Meadville locations.



            (814) 732-2782

            Academic Affairs is responsible for the development, delivery and assessment of all University instructional programs. Its mission is to ensure the quality, value and relevance of all academic programs and related academic support services to promote student success. The Division further supports the professional development of the faculty to ensure a cadre of professionals committed to excellence.



            (814) 732-2729

            The Edinboro University Police Department is committed to ensuring the safety and security of EU’s students, staff and visitors. The 13 officers of the Police Department protect the University community in a professional, competent and caring manner to provide an environment suitable to learn, teach and work.



            (814) 732-2921

            The mission of the Office of Performing Arts is to promote the live performance of musical and performing arts. Sponsored by the University and the EU Student Government Association, the Performing Arts Series provides as diverse a programming schedule allowed by available funds. Committed to the University’s 21st “Century of Civility,” the Performing Arts Series provides programs that reflect this motto and elevate the arts at Edinboro.



            (814) 732-2518

            All parents and family members of currently enrolled students are automatically members of the Parents and Families Organization. Activities are planned and organized by a small steering committee of volunteers. The organization provides advocacy and communication between the University, present and future students, and their parents and family members.



            (814) 732-2782

            The Edinboro University Payroll Office is responsible for the processing and reporting of the payroll and leave information for faculty, staff and students. Its goal is to provide services and information in a prompt, professional and friendly manner.



            (814) 732-2870

            The Edinboro University Budget and Payroll Office is responsible for the processing and reporting of the payroll and leave information for faculty, staff and students. Its goal is to provide services and information in a prompt, professional and friendly manner.



            (814) 732-2870

            Degree programs in industrial and engineering administration, applied technology (AAS) and three tracks of physics (3/2 engineering, liberal arts and theoretical) give students in the Joseph T. Buba Department of Physics and Technology the education to excel in emergent career fields.


            Cooper Hall, Room 126
            230 Scotland Road Edinboro, PA 16444
            (814) 732-1691

            Serving the students, faculty and staff of Edinboro University, Piper Press provides on-campus printing and duplicating services. 



            (814) 732-2739

            The Edinboro University Planetarium is a domed theatre built primarily for presenting educational and entertaining shows about astronomy and the night sky. The multi-functional facility hosts an array of free educational and engaging public and academic programs for EU students, local schools and the surrounding community.



            (814) 732-2493

            Located in Millcreek Township, The Porreco Center is just 19 miles north of the EU campus. The 27-acre property includes 11 buildings, an orchard and a 182-car parking lot. The facilities and support services at the Porreco Center serve to centralize and expand outreach programming in the greater Erie area, while offering excellent educational opportunities for undergraduate students.



            (814) 836-1955/(814) 732-2544

            The Office of the President provides oversight and leadership in all functions of Edinboro University and directly manages the areas of Institutional Research, Planning, Ombudsman, Social Equity and Special Events.



            (814) 732-2711

            Degree programs in psychology lay the foundation for opportunities for graduate study as well as a wide variety of positions in the mental health sector, medical, legal, human services, research, government and more.


            Compton Hall, Room 106
            210 East Normal Street Edinboro, PA 16444
            (814) 732-2774

            The Purchasing Office directly and indirectly provides for the needs of EU faculty and students through the timely and cost effective procurement of goods and services for the campus community. The Office ensures the best value is obtained for all departments and offices, provides for the timely delivery of goods and services, and serves as a point of contact between the University and community businesses to help promote EU as a vital member of the area.



            (814) 732-2704

            The Office of Records and Registration works to provide accurate and timely dissemination of course and scheduling information, facilitates student registration, and safeguards the accuracy, confidentiality and security of student information systems and academic records.



            (814) 732-3501

            Residence Life and Housing at EU is dedicated to providing students a supportive and inclusive living environment that enhances their educational experience. Students enjoy contemporary studios and suites in the region’s premiere student housing complex, the eight-building Highlands at Edinboro. Traditional dormitory rooms in Earp and Rose Halls are also available.



            (814) 732-2818

            The primary objective of the ROTC program is to commission the future officer leadership of the United States Army. Students enrolled in the program receive instruction in the fundamentals of leadership with emphasis on self-discipline, integrity, confidence and responsibility. ROTC training experiences enable students to evaluate situations, make decisions and develop attributes considered essential to a leader in both the civilian and military environments.



            (814) 732-2562

            The Office of Social Equity provides leadership as well as direct assistance in the creation of a campus environment that promotes diversity and values individual differences and similarities. The Office also is responsible for overseeing the University’s compliance with federal and state laws pertaining to equal opportunity, nondiscrimination and affirmative action and, as such, investigates complaints of harassment and other forms of prohibited or unlawful discrimination.



            (814) 732-2167

            The School of Business seeks to deliver quality undergraduate education in the areas of business and economics. The School provides opportunities for students for personal, professional and career advancement through quality instruction, academic advisement and comprehensive curricula, and is committed to fostering lifelong intellectual growth and professional development.



            (814) 732-2407

            The mission of the School of Education is to prepare highly qualified professionals who meet the needs of the educational workforce. Clinical experiences for candidates are designed to assist agencies and to help public schools meet the challenges of state and federal accountability measures while providing optimum learning experiences for students. Program development is based on a philosophy of continuous improvement through ongoing assessment.



            (814) 732-2724

            Degree programs in social work prepare students for careers in a variety of human service settings, such as schools, institutions for dependent populations, group homes, mental health centers, hospitals, child welfare agencies, nursing homes and community centers.


            Hendricks Hall, Room G49
            235 Scotland Road Edinboro, PA 16444
            (814) 732-2013

            Degree programs in sociology (BA) and human services/social services (AA) prepare students for work in a variety of professional settings, such as local, state, regional and federal agencies, non-profit organizations and for-profit enterprises, educational settings, community development and for graduate programs in a variety of sociology specialties and the social sciences.


            Centennial Hall, Room 322
            295 Meadville Street Edinboro, PA 16444
            (814) 732-2573

            On behalf of Edinboro University's President and in order to ensure quality and efficiency, the Coordinator of Special Events oversees University-wide events and programs. The Coordinator is responsible for annual and special events, along with the oversight of both campus and University-related public ceremonies. The Office of Special Events also serves as the campus resource for protocol.



            (814) 732-1739
            Spectator

            The Spectator is Edinboro University’s campus newspaper. It provides relevant and quality information to the student body and community. A weekly publication, The Spectator is created by a staff of student editors, writers and photographers. Papers are distributed to campus each Thursday and content is uploaded throughout the week on its website.



            (814) 732-2266

            Pre-professional undergraduate programs in speech and hearing sciences and an accredited graduate program in speech-language pathology provide students with an understanding of the science of human communication throughout the lifespan.


            Human Services Building, Room 207
            215 Scotland Road Edinboro, PA 16444
            (814) 732-2433

            The Division of Student Affairs fosters opportunities to engage students in an environment conducive to lifelong learning.  Though the promotion of learning, social interaction and personal growth in a multicultural world, the Division is committed to developing empowered and responsible students in their progression towards graduation and global citizenship.



            (814) 732- 2313

            The Student Government Association provides a representative form of government for the students of Edinboro University. SGA officially recognizes and allocates an annual budget to various organizations on campus, sponsors campus-wide programs and activities, and represents the interests and concerns of the student body in order to enhance the quality of student life.



            (814) 732-2910

            The Edinboro University Student Philanthropy Council seeks to improve the University and community through service projects. The Council raises awareness of the impact of alumni gifts on current students and provides marketing, public relations and event planning experience, as well as to enhance the education and social experiences, of its members.



            (814) 732-2992

            Located on the first floor of Hamilton Hall, the Student Services Center assists students in managing the resources available to them and most appropriate to their circumstances that will enable them to earn an Edinboro education. A variety of administrative services in the areas of Bursar, Financial Aid and Records & Registration are offered.



            (814) 732-5555
            Success Program

            The Edinboro Success Program is a conditional admission program for students whose academic credentials fall short of the University’s requirements for admission. Students are selected based on their academic promise, motivation and positive attitude. Students who are provisionally admitted to ESP will be restricted to undeclared major status and will have one semester to perform at an academically acceptable level.



            (814) 732-2729

            Information Technology Services seeks to enable the campus community to use technology to meet teaching and learning needs and conduct the business of our University effectively and efficiently. It provides students, faculty and staff with assistance relating to technical issues.



            (814) 732-2111

            Adult Student Services provides special assistance specific to adult students, who often have major obligations beyond their academic work, such as full-time employment and/or responsibilities to a household and children. Services include priority scheduling and oversight of the accelerated means of earning credits option.



            (814) 732-2701

            Located in the North Dining Room of the Van Houten Dining Hall, the University Club offers delicious food to guests with a fresh, new menu everyday.



            (814) 732-1500

            The Veterans Success Center aids student veterans in making a smooth transition to college life and provides support to make their collegiate experience rewarding and productive. Offering an array of services, the Center provides access to an affordable, high quality education and comprehensive support services to meet the individualized and diverse needs of military veterans, current service members and their dependents.



            (814) 732-1568

            The EU English and Philosophy Department administers the Writing Center, where students from many majors gain invaluable assistance with classwork and department students gain experience working as tutors.


            Baron-Forness Library, Room 203
            200 Tartan Rd, Edinboro, PA 16444
            (814) 732-1493

            WFSE is Edinboro University’s campus radio station. It provides relevant and quality information to the student body and community as well as multi-genre music programming. A 3,000-watt non-commercial radio station, WFSE is licensed to EU by the Federal Communications Commission and is staffed, programmed and managed by students under the supervision of a faculty advisor



            (814) 732-2641
            Women’s Center

            The Women’s Center provides a permanent, physical center wherein support programs, services and networking that support gender equality, encourage female leadership and advocate for the academic, political and social growth of women can occur. The Center also serves as a clearinghouse for referrals to appropriate support services on and off campus, for information regarding educational opportunities in gender and equity studies, and employment opportunities, and houses a small reference library devoted to women and women's issues.



            (814) 732-2318

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            Academic Affairs is responsible for the development, delivery and assessment of all University instructional programs. Its mission is to ensure the quality, value and relevance of all academic programs and related academic support services to promote student success. The Division further supports the professional development of the faculty to ensure a cadre of professionals committed to excellence.



            (814) 732-2729

            The Academic Success Center supports and enhances the academic development of students at Edinboro University. Through proactive, intentional and innovative programs, the Center designs opportunities for students to achieve their academic goals, and is part of University-wide efforts to improve student success, retention and graduation goals.



            (814) 732-2218

            The Accounting Office assists students in attaining their academic goals by providing timely and accurate financial information regarding their personal University account. It enables employees to effectively manage their respective fiscal responsibilities by providing financial reports and related details, and serves all members of the EU community in receiving disbursement of University funds and financial reports.



            (814) 732-2725

            The Admissions Office provides prospective undergraduate and graduate students and their families with information about the University and guides them through the application process. It conducts campus tours and visitation events, reviews application materials and connects students with the offices and services they need to succeed.



            (814) 732-2761/(888) 8GO-BORO

            The Office of Advancement oversees the areas of Alumni Relations, Development/Annual Fund, University Communications and Marketing, Student Philanthropy and the University Foundation. Through the procurement of funds, maintenance of relationships and promotion of the University, Advancement is dedicated to cultivating the best possible future for EU.



            (814) 732-2992

            The Office of Alumni Relations serves Edinboro’s more than 65,000 alumni by facilitating the involvement of alumni in the many traditions of the University community – such as Homecoming Weekend, athletic games and concerts – as well as hosting its own events, which include reunions and alumni gatherings across the country.



            (814) 732-2715

            Degree programs in fine and applied media arts, crafts, art education and art therapy celebrate creativity and equip students with the education necessary to become the artistic innovators they want to be.


            Doucette Hall, Room 113
            215 Meadville Street Edinboro, PA 16444
            (814) 732-2406

            Recognized as one of the top programs in the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference, EU Athletics offers 17 intercollegiate sports, seven men’s and ten women’s. An experienced and knowledgeable staff of professional coaches and support personnel work with students to continue the University’s rich tradition of statewide and national success in the arena of collegiate athletics.



            (814) 732-1821

            The Department of Biology and Health Services prepares students for scientific research and applied work in their field through lab work, theory application, class lectures and hands-on experiences.


            Cooper Hall, Room 126
            230 Scotland Road Edinboro, PA 16444
            (814) 732-2500

            The University Bookstore is the on-campus source for textbooks, Edinboro apparel, gifts, cards and school and art supplies.



            (814) 732-2456

            The Bursar's Office is responsible for maintenance of student accounts. The Office issues tuition billing statements via Edinboro’s eBill system and applies applicable charges, payments and financial aid disbursements, as well as refunds of excess funds, when available, to student accounts.



            (814) 732-5555 option #2

            The Bachelor of Science in Business Administration degree programs in accounting, comprehensive business administration, economics, financial services, forensic accounting and fraud examination, management information systems and marketing, an associate degree in business administration, and minor programs in economics and business administration set the stage for careers in numerous professions throughout the complex and exciting business world.


            Hendricks Hall, Room 215A
            235 Scotland Road Edinboro, PA 16444
            (814) 732-2407

            EU hosts numerous successful sports camps, professional conferences and leadership experiences each year, offering camps/conferences the audio-visual capable meeting rooms, traditional and suite-style housing, manicured athletic fields, professional catering and knowledgeable staff members they need to be successful.


            Alumni House/McComb Fieldhouse
            (814) 732-2992/(814) 732-1834

            Campus Life supports the learning that takes place outside of the classroom by creating an environment for students that encourages involvement, supports leadership development and empowers them in campus-wide decision-making. Through co-curricular and extra-curricular programs and services, the office assists students in achieving their academic, social, cultural, emotional and physical goals.



            (814) 732-2768

            The Edinboro Campus Ministry Cooperative is composed of an ecumenical volunteer group of pastors, community members and EU administrators, professors and students who guide its programming and planning. Several area churches are represented in the Campus Ministry, which offers fellowship, service, worship and study to University faculty, staff and students.



            (814) 732-2601

            The Edinboro University Police Department is committed to ensuring the safety and security of EU’s students, staff and visitors. The 13 officers of the Police Department protect the University community in a professional, competent and caring manner to provide an environment suitable to learn, teach and work.



            (814) 732-2921

            The Center for Career Development facilitates and supports the successful career development of students and alumni. Through individualized counseling, programs and resources, the Center assists with the development of lifelong skills and strategies that enable students and alumni to independently carry out effective career decision-making, career-planning and job-searching. All services provided by the Center are strictly confidential.



            (814) 732-2781

            Degree programs in chemistry (BS and BA), biochemistry and forensic science (BS), as well as the pre-pharmacy transfer program (AS), prepare EU students for careers as chemists, researchers, medical and pharmaceutical personnel, educators, technical consultants, scientific management, lab directors, forensic investigators and more.


            Cooper Hall, Room 126
            230 Scotland Road Edinboro, PA 16444
            (814) 732-2485

            Within the parameters of the University-wide focus on excellence and student success, the College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences prepares students to be successful contributors to their communities and responsible global citizens. Through instruction, engagement and the creation and application of scholarship in communication and media studies, sociology, English and liberal studies, political science, history and anthropology, and criminal justice, the College strives to effectively meet the needs of the northwestern Pennsylvania region.



            (814) 732-1113

            The College of Science and Health Professions provides numerous options for study in the hard and exact sciences – biology, chemistry, geosciences, physics and mathematics – as well as applied areas (computer science, psychology, social work and speech and hearing science) and the health and allied health professions. In addition to the University-wide emphasis on excellence and student success, the programs in this College highlight the University’s commitment to critical growth areas.



            (814) 732-2440

            Degree programs in Communication Studies offer students the education necessary to excel in some of the most interesting, emergent and scholarly career fields in our fast-moving communicative age.


            Compton Hall, Room 208
            210 East Normal Street Edinboro, PA 16444
            (814) 732-2444

            The Communications and Marketing Office is the official source of news and information at Edinboro, acting as the main point of contact between EU and the news media. It also plays a key informational role during emergency situations. The Office promotes the University, its programs and the success of its students, faculty, staff and alumni through marketing materials, including television and radio advertisements, the Edinboro University Magazine and departmental brochures.



            (814) 732-2193

            EU hosts numerous successful professional conferences and leadership experiences each year, offering the audio-visual capable meeting rooms, traditional and suite-style housing, professional catering and knowledgeable staff members they need to be successful.


            Wiley Center/Van Houten Dining Hall
            (814) 732-1420/(814) 732-1500

            Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) provides a range of services to enrolled students without charge on a short-term basis. The services are intended to facilitate intellectual and personal growth by helping students to resolve concerns that may interfere with their academic progress, social development and satisfaction at Edinboro University.



            (814) 732-2252

            The department’s degree programs equip graduates for careers in rehabilitation and community counseling, as school (elementary and secondary) and college counselors, and special educators, and prepare them to further their education at the doctoral level.


            Butterfield Hall, Room 122
            310 Scotland Road Edinboro, PA 16444
            (814) 732-2421

            Degree programs in criminal justice, anthropology and forensic studies offer students the opportunity to obtain a broad-based, marketable education with excellent career prospects in all areas of public and private sectors.


            Hendricks Hall, Room 146
            235 Scotland Road Edinboro, PA 16444
            (814) 732-2409
            Development / Annual Fund

            The Development/Annual Fund Office facilitates gift planning and scholarship development at Edinboro University. Development is where those looking to give back to EU turn for information about supporting the University, which advances EU and its students by allowing both to reach beyond expectations.



            (814) 732-2992

            Students who are looking for a great place to eat need look no farther than EU Dining Services. Chartwells, which has exclusive rights to provide food services to our campus, offers a wide variety of menu options in multiple locations across campus. The University works hard to design meal programs guaranteed to meet the individual needs of our students.



            (814) 732-2635

            The Dr. Robert C. Weber Honors Program provides opportunities for high-achieving students to extend their intellectual and creative talents beyond conventional university offerings. It is an elite academic program that is designed for students who choose to enrich their studies through directed and self-directed activities commensurate with their abilities, and who want to work closely with outstanding university professors.



            (814) 732-2981

            Undergraduate degree programs in early childhood, special and preschool education (AS), and MEd programs in early childhood education and reading, as well as graduate certificates in early childhood education (grades PK-4), instructional technology and reading specialist, prepare teachers to be effective advocates for learning and positive change.


            Butterfield Hall, Room 330
            310 Scotland Road Edinboro, PA 16444
            (814) 732-2750

            Degree programs in literature, writing and secondary education, as well as minors in English, creative writing, women’s studies and philosophy, prepare students for careers in such diverse fields as education, writing and editing, law, communications, business and much more.


            Centennial Hall, Room 322
            295 Meadville Street Edinboro, PA 16444
            (814) 732-2736

            The Office of Environmental Health and Safety is responsible for maintaining the emergency procedures, the fire log, and fire prevention information for the University.



            (814) 732-2709

            The Edinboro University Facilities Department, which includes all custodial, maintenance, fire and safety, energy management and construction staff, seeks to maintain quality facilities, services and equipment in an efficient and courteous manner to enrich the educational experience of EU students.



            (814) 732-2826

            The Financial Aid Office provides access to education by minimizing financial barriers through participation in programs and services that facilitate educational opportunities and contribute to the effective delivery of financial aid to qualified students. The office assists students and families with the aid process and makes a conscious effort to reach out to those with exceptional economic and educational needs.



            (814) 732-3500/(888) 611-2680

            EU provides several resources to help first-year students. The First Year Experience program combines seminar courses, first-year advising opportunities and a Common Hour to assist students in becoming oriented to the classroom, campus resources and community. The FYE program is designed to help students succeed at Edinboro University.



            (814) 732-1347

            The Edinboro University Foundation exists to support the mission of the University through the cultivation and management of assets and projects, as well as the disbursement of Foundation assets.



            (814) 732-1669

            Degree programs in earth sciences, geography and geology lead graduates to careers in the oil and gas industry, as cartographers and geographic information systems specialists, environmental managers, conservation agents, urban and community planners, environmental consultants and more.


            Cooper Hall, Room 126
            230 Scotland Road Edinboro, PA 16444
            (814) 732-1691

            With a dedicated staff and alliances with regional providers who make their services available to Edinboro students, the Ghering Health and Wellness Center provides the highest quality episodic patient care to support and enhance education and increase retention by modifying or removing health-related barriers to learning and by promoting optimal wellness.



            (814) 732 - 2743

            The Leader Speech and Hearing Center is a fee-for-services center that offers diagnostic and treatment services to individuals of all ages with communication problems affecting speech, language, voice, cognition and fluency and/or swallowing disorders.



            (814) 732-2433

            Edinboro University’s School of Graduate Studies and Research offers a broad range of master’s degrees, post-baccalaureate teacher certification and post master’s programs. Many of these nationally recognized programs are available online. Graduate students enjoy a robust academic environment lead by a world-class faculty that includes graduate assistantships, research and other scholarly opportunities and much more.



            (814)732-2856/888-845-2890
            Grants and Sponsored Programs

            The Office of Grants and Sponsored Programs facilitates the process of grant search, application and management. It strives to be a one-stop shop for all research needs by providing investigators with the administrative information and oversight necessary to succeed in the world of sponsored programs.




            Degree programs in anthropology, humanities-foreign languages, history, world languages/ cultures and social science (MA) equip students with the education necessary to excel in some of the most interesting and emergent career fields of the 21st Century.


            Hendricks Hall, Room 146
            235 Scotland Road Edinboro, PA 16444
            (814) 732-2575

            Human Resources and Faculty Relations provides leadership and assistance to the University community in the areas of employment; employee and labor relations; employee benefits and services administration; staff training and development; employee classification and compensation; workers' compensation; and organizational and policy development.



            (814) 732-2703

            At EU, ID cards are required for accessing meal plans, residence halls and the fitness center, as well as charging books to financial aid at the bookstore, getting parking passes and checking out books at Baron-Forness Library. Student ID cards can be obtained at the Access Center.



            (814) 732-2635

            Information Technology Services seeks to enable the campus community to use technology to meet teaching and learning needs and conduct the business of our University effectively and efficiently. It provides students, faculty and staff with assistance relating to technical issues.



            (814) 732-2111

            The goal of the Office of Institutional Research and Assessment is to deliver accurate institutional data and improve the quality and accuracy of information provided to all involved in a student's transition into and progression through higher education, as well as to reduce the reporting burden on data providers.



            (814) 732-2104

            International Student Services provides a comprehensive curricular and co-curricular international program, encompassing a wide variety of programming and services to international and domestic students. The Office also facilitates educational travel-study opportunities in cooperation with colleges and universities abroad.



            (814) 732-2770

            Degree programs in journalism and public relations equip students with the education necessary to excel in some of the most interesting and emergent career fields in our fast-moving media age.


            Compton Hall, Room 208
            210 East Normal Street Edinboro, PA 16444
            (814) 732-2441

            The Office of Student Judicial Affairs encourages students to uphold standards of conduct, promote a civil community and maintain a positive living and learning environment for all members of the University community. Through a system of fair and efficient due process, students are challenged to be responsible for their actions on campus and within the local Edinboro community.



            (814) 732-2920

            Baron-Forness Library is a progressive and dynamic resource committed to supporting the curricular and research needs of Edinboro University. As the largest academic library in the region, Baron-Forness provides information resources and services to members of the University community and to the residents of northwest Pennsylvania, ever mindful of the challenge of change in an information-driven environment.



            (814) 732-2273

            Degree programs in mathematics, computer science (theory, application and game and virtual world tracks), mathematics with actuarial concentration and secondary education-mathematics lead to opportunities for graduate study and a wide variety of careers in business, education, government, industry and more.


            Ross Hall, Room 109
            220 Scotland Road Edinboro, PA 16444
            (814) 732-2760

            Degree programs in a wide variety of content specialization areas prepare highly qualified middle and secondary school teacher candidates and prospective administrators to effectively facilitate learning.


            Butterfield Hall, Room 212
            310 Scotland Road Edinboro, PA 16444
            (814) 732-2830

            The Office of Multicultural Affairs seeks to identify and eliminate barriers to an equitable and diverse environment, and serves as a catalyst in assisting the University community in creating a climate that promotes civility, respect and sensitivity through understanding and awareness of different cultures, languages and peoples.



            (814) 732-2912

            Degree programs in music and music education prepare students for careers as performers, educators, historians and much more.


            Alexander Music Center
            110 Kiltie Road Edinboro, PA 16444
            (814) 732-2555

            Degree programs in traditional nursing (BSN and MSN), RN-BSN, innovative nursing and doctorate in nursing practice (DNP) prepare students to provide nursing care in healthcare venues across the United States and around the world.


            Human Services Building, Room 124
            215 Scotland Road Edinboro, PA 16444
            (814) 732-2900

            The Office for Students with Disabilities (OSD) provides needed support services to students with various disabilities attending the University. These disabilities include, but are not limited to, physical disabilities, learning disabilities, visual impairments and hearing impairments. Services are provided based upon current documentation and expressed need by the student.



            (814) 732-2462

            The Office of Social Equity provides leadership as well as direct assistance in the creation of a campus environment that promotes diversity and values individual differences and similarities. The Office also is responsible for overseeing the University’s compliance with federal and state laws pertaining to equal opportunity, nondiscrimination and affirmative action and, as such, investigates complaints of harassment and other forms of prohibited or unlawful discrimination.



            (814) 732-2167

            The mission of the Office of Performing Arts is to promote the live performance of musical and performing arts. Sponsored by the University and the EU Student Government Association, the Performing Arts Series provides as diverse a programming schedule allowed by available funds. Committed to the University’s 21st “Century of Civility,” the Performing Arts Series provides programs that reflect this motto and elevate the arts at Edinboro.



            (814) 732-2518

            In pursuit of equity and fairness, the Ombudsman facilitates communication. The university Ombudsperson is a confidential resource for all members of the campus community to talk with informally, anytime, about anything. It is the Ombudsman’s role to resolve concerns, explore options for resolution and make informed decisions, and to persist in building and preserving collaborative relationships within the campus community.



            (814) 732-1710

            Orientation provides students with an opportunity to become familiar with the University and its resources prior to the first semester of attendance. Summer sessions are directed toward those entering in the fall semester, and a January session is planned for new students in the spring semester. Additional sessions are planned for non-traditional aged students and those who attend Edinboro University at the Erie and Meadville locations.



            (814) 732-2782

            All parents and family members of currently enrolled students are automatically members of the Parents and Families Organization. Activities are planned and organized by a small steering committee of volunteers. The organization provides advocacy and communication between the University, present and future students, and their parents and family members.



            (814) 732-2782

            The Edinboro University Payroll Office is responsible for the processing and reporting of the payroll and leave information for faculty, staff and students. Its goal is to provide services and information in a prompt, professional and friendly manner.



            (814) 732-2870

            The Edinboro University Budget and Payroll Office is responsible for the processing and reporting of the payroll and leave information for faculty, staff and students. Its goal is to provide services and information in a prompt, professional and friendly manner.



            (814) 732-2870

            Degree programs in industrial and engineering administration, applied technology (AAS) and three tracks of physics (3/2 engineering, liberal arts and theoretical) give students in the Joseph T. Buba Department of Physics and Technology the education to excel in emergent career fields.


            Cooper Hall, Room 126
            230 Scotland Road Edinboro, PA 16444
            (814) 732-1691

            Serving the students, faculty and staff of Edinboro University, Piper Press provides on-campus printing and duplicating services. 



            (814) 732-2739

            The Edinboro University Planetarium is a domed theatre built primarily for presenting educational and entertaining shows about astronomy and the night sky. The multi-functional facility hosts an array of free educational and engaging public and academic programs for EU students, local schools and the surrounding community.



            (814) 732-2493

            Located in Millcreek Township, The Porreco Center is just 19 miles north of the EU campus. The 27-acre property includes 11 buildings, an orchard and a 182-car parking lot. The facilities and support services at the Porreco Center serve to centralize and expand outreach programming in the greater Erie area, while offering excellent educational opportunities for undergraduate students.



            (814) 836-1955/(814) 732-2544

            The Office of the President provides oversight and leadership in all functions of Edinboro University and directly manages the areas of Institutional Research, Planning, Ombudsman, Social Equity and Special Events.



            (814) 732-2711

            Degree programs in psychology lay the foundation for opportunities for graduate study as well as a wide variety of positions in the mental health sector, medical, legal, human services, research, government and more.


            Compton Hall, Room 106
            210 East Normal Street Edinboro, PA 16444
            (814) 732-2774

            The Purchasing Office directly and indirectly provides for the needs of EU faculty and students through the timely and cost effective procurement of goods and services for the campus community. The Office ensures the best value is obtained for all departments and offices, provides for the timely delivery of goods and services, and serves as a point of contact between the University and community businesses to help promote EU as a vital member of the area.



            (814) 732-2704

            The Office of Records and Registration works to provide accurate and timely dissemination of course and scheduling information, facilitates student registration, and safeguards the accuracy, confidentiality and security of student information systems and academic records.



            (814) 732-3501

            Residence Life and Housing at EU is dedicated to providing students a supportive and inclusive living environment that enhances their educational experience. Students enjoy contemporary studios and suites in the region’s premiere student housing complex, the eight-building Highlands at Edinboro. Traditional dormitory rooms in Earp and Rose Halls are also available.



            (814) 732-2818

            The primary objective of the ROTC program is to commission the future officer leadership of the United States Army. Students enrolled in the program receive instruction in the fundamentals of leadership with emphasis on self-discipline, integrity, confidence and responsibility. ROTC training experiences enable students to evaluate situations, make decisions and develop attributes considered essential to a leader in both the civilian and military environments.



            (814) 732-2562

            The School of Business seeks to deliver quality undergraduate education in the areas of business and economics. The School provides opportunities for students for personal, professional and career advancement through quality instruction, academic advisement and comprehensive curricula, and is committed to fostering lifelong intellectual growth and professional development.



            (814) 732-2407

            The mission of the School of Education is to prepare highly qualified professionals who meet the needs of the educational workforce. Clinical experiences for candidates are designed to assist agencies and to help public schools meet the challenges of state and federal accountability measures while providing optimum learning experiences for students. Program development is based on a philosophy of continuous improvement through ongoing assessment.



            (814) 732-2724

            Degree programs in social work prepare students for careers in a variety of human service settings, such as schools, institutions for dependent populations, group homes, mental health centers, hospitals, child welfare agencies, nursing homes and community centers.


            Hendricks Hall, Room G49
            235 Scotland Road Edinboro, PA 16444
            (814) 732-2013

            Degree programs in sociology (BA) and human services/social services (AA) prepare students for work in a variety of professional settings, such as local, state, regional and federal agencies, non-profit organizations and for-profit enterprises, educational settings, community development and for graduate programs in a variety of sociology specialties and the social sciences.


            Centennial Hall, Room 322
            295 Meadville Street Edinboro, PA 16444
            (814) 732-2573

            On behalf of Edinboro University's President and in order to ensure quality and efficiency, the Coordinator of Special Events oversees University-wide events and programs. The Coordinator is responsible for annual and special events, along with the oversight of both campus and University-related public ceremonies. The Office of Special Events also serves as the campus resource for protocol.



            (814) 732-1739
            Spectator

            The Spectator is Edinboro University’s campus newspaper. It provides relevant and quality information to the student body and community. A weekly publication, The Spectator is created by a staff of student editors, writers and photographers. Papers are distributed to campus each Thursday and content is uploaded throughout the week on its website.



            (814) 732-2266

            Pre-professional undergraduate programs in speech and hearing sciences and an accredited graduate program in speech-language pathology provide students with an understanding of the science of human communication throughout the lifespan.


            Human Services Building, Room 207
            215 Scotland Road Edinboro, PA 16444
            (814) 732-2433

            The Division of Student Affairs fosters opportunities to engage students in an environment conducive to lifelong learning.  Though the promotion of learning, social interaction and personal growth in a multicultural world, the Division is committed to developing empowered and responsible students in their progression towards graduation and global citizenship.



            (814) 732- 2313

            The Student Government Association provides a representative form of government for the students of Edinboro University. SGA officially recognizes and allocates an annual budget to various organizations on campus, sponsors campus-wide programs and activities, and represents the interests and concerns of the student body in order to enhance the quality of student life.



            (814) 732-2910

            The Edinboro University Student Philanthropy Council seeks to improve the University and community through service projects. The Council raises awareness of the impact of alumni gifts on current students and provides marketing, public relations and event planning experience, as well as to enhance the education and social experiences, of its members.



            (814) 732-2992

            Located on the first floor of Hamilton Hall, the Student Services Center assists students in managing the resources available to them and most appropriate to their circumstances that will enable them to earn an Edinboro education. A variety of administrative services in the areas of Bursar, Financial Aid and Records & Registration are offered.



            (814) 732-5555
            Success Program

            The Edinboro Success Program is a conditional admission program for students whose academic credentials fall short of the University’s requirements for admission. Students are selected based on their academic promise, motivation and positive attitude. Students who are provisionally admitted to ESP will be restricted to undeclared major status and will have one semester to perform at an academically acceptable level.



            (814) 732-2729

            The EU English and Philosophy Department administers the Writing Center, where students from many majors gain invaluable assistance with classwork and department students gain experience working as tutors.


            Baron-Forness Library, Room 203
            200 Tartan Rd, Edinboro, PA 16444
            (814) 732-1493

            Adult Student Services provides special assistance specific to adult students, who often have major obligations beyond their academic work, such as full-time employment and/or responsibilities to a household and children. Services include priority scheduling and oversight of the accelerated means of earning credits option.



            (814) 732-2701

            Located in the North Dining Room of the Van Houten Dining Hall, the University Club offers delicious food to guests with a fresh, new menu everyday.



            (814) 732-1500

            The Veterans Success Center aids student veterans in making a smooth transition to college life and provides support to make their collegiate experience rewarding and productive. Offering an array of services, the Center provides access to an affordable, high quality education and comprehensive support services to meet the individualized and diverse needs of military veterans, current service members and their dependents.



            (814) 732-1568

            WFSE is Edinboro University’s campus radio station. It provides relevant and quality information to the student body and community as well as multi-genre music programming. A 3,000-watt non-commercial radio station, WFSE is licensed to EU by the Federal Communications Commission and is staffed, programmed and managed by students under the supervision of a faculty advisor



            (814) 732-2641
            Women’s Center

            The Women’s Center provides a permanent, physical center wherein support programs, services and networking that support gender equality, encourage female leadership and advocate for the academic, political and social growth of women can occur. The Center also serves as a clearinghouse for referrals to appropriate support services on and off campus, for information regarding educational opportunities in gender and equity studies, and employment opportunities, and houses a small reference library devoted to women and women's issues.



            (814) 732-2318