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The Game Club is composed of students interested in video and online-related gaming. Primarily located in the Butler TLRC Activities Room, the Game Club enjoys the most recent consoles and games.
The IST club is geared toward students with an interest in technology and information science. The club is open to all students, regardless of major.
Business Club (Phi Beta Lambda)
Open to students of all majors, FBLA-PBL is a nonprofit association comprised of over 250,000 students preparing for careers in business and business-related fields. FBLA-PBL's National Awards Program recognizes and rewards excellence in a broad range of business and career-related areas. Through state-based competition at the spring State Leadership Conference, students compete in events testing their business knowledge and skills. Top state winners are then eligible to compete for honors at the National Leadership Conference each summer.
Blue and White Society
The society is the student contingent of the Penn State Alumni Association. The mission of the Society is to enhance student life through promoting Penn State pride, community service and dedication to the University.
This group strives to promote school spirit while providing members the opportunity to compete.
Physical Therapy Association
This club is a service organization association with the Physical Therapy Department.
The Ambassadors are a chosen group of outstanding students who, as a club, promote Penn State and its interests and goals among current and future students, alumni, and friends.
Science & Engineering Club
The goal of this club is to gather students interested in science or engineering and provide an experience outside of the classroom.
Spanish Club offers an opportunity for students to foster their Spanish skills and to promote student awareness of Spanish language and culture.
Student Government Association (SGA)
This association is the governing body on campus and sponsors various programs throughout the year to enhance campus life.
Swim Club/Water Polo Club
The swim and water polo club provides students an opportunity to enjoy the beautiful Penn State Hazleton pool while participating in structured activities.
Hazleton's branch of the Penn State Dance Marathon Committee holds events and fundraises to support families dealing with pediatric cancer. In 2015, the overall THON committee raised more than $13 million.
Criminal Justice Club
The Criminal Justice club is geared toward students with an interest in the field of criminal justice, although the club is open to all students, regardless of major. The club focuses on careers in criminal justice as well as discussions on trending topics related to the field.
Gender & Sexuality Alliance
The purpose of the Penn State Hazleton Gender & Sexuality Alliance is designed to create a safe space for all individuals within the LGBTQA+ spectrum and their allies while simultaneously attempting to raise awareness, education, and inclusion.
Rehabilitation and Human Services Club
RHS Club exists to give the campus community better insight into current events in the field, career paths and for students to make connections with each other and outside agencies to commence with upon graduation.
The weightlifting club seeks to integrate fitness into everyday life at Penn State Hazleton by providing like-minded students an opportunity for group exercise.