While the campus has evolved over the decades, from the establishment of the Bryce Jordan Center in the early 1990s to the construction of the Millennium Science complex in 2011, one structure has always remained home for students -- the HUB. Every Penn Stater has passed through its doors and nearly all of the university’s student organizations fall under its roof.
Therefore, it comes as no surprise that on a cold April morning, the Penn State Leadership Association (“PSLA”) held its inaugural meeting at the center of student life. As former student leaders we understand the challenges of balancing management responsibilities while earning a degree. Our aim is to ease the hardships we encountered through financial assistance, career networking and the cultivation of a community that encourages lifelong leadership and service to our alma mater.
At the meeting, the organization established five committees meant to structure our interactions for years to come:
Job & Life Mentor Program
Trustee Scholarship & Fundraising
Administration & Recruiting
Social & Event Planning
Each will serve their role in promoting the importance of student leadership throughout the university. We look forward to the investments we can make in our current and future campus leaders and we gladly welcome alumni, young or old, to join us!