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California University of Pennsylvania

The California University of Pennsylvania (Cal U) can be found in California, Pennsylvania. Founded in 1852, California University of Pennsylvania is a public university. The California University of Pennsylvania is also part of the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education.

The California University of Pennsylvania lies within the Borough of California, a community of approximately six thousand residents, located on the banks of the Monongahela River, less than an hour’s drive south of Pittsburgh.

The California University of Pennsylvania’s main campus consists of thirty-eight buildings situated on ninety acres. An additional ninety-eight-acre recreation complex is located one mile from campus. The California University of Pennsylvania complex comprises several sporting facilities such as areas for intramural sports, a softball diamond, a football stadium, soccer and rugby fields, tennis courts, a baseball diamond, all-weather track, and a cross-country course.

California University of Pennsylvania was initially founded as an academy more than one hundred and fifty years ago. It has evolved over the years until it became the multi-purpose university it is today.

The California University of Pennsylvania offers several online education programs using state of the art technology for their online classes. These online degree programs lead to graduate, post graduate, and doctoral degrees. Degrees can be earned in Arts, Arts Teaching, Education, Home Land Security and Science. Cal U's enrollment is approximately eight thousand and five hundred.

Tuition for full-time Pennsylvania residents is $2,777 per semester; for non-Pennsylvania residents, $4,444 per semester; for international students, $6,943 per semester; and for nonresidential undergraduate distance education students, $578 maximum per credit.

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