Penn State UU Students
The Penn State Unitarian Universalist Students (UUS) organization is supported by the UUFCC, and is a community of undergraduate and graduate students focused on exploring, living, and sharing UU values.
All are welcome to participate in UUS activities. We celebrate diversity and seek to be a supportive community for all people, regardless of religious or spiritual background.
Our activities this past year included leading a “Standing on the Side of Love” rally, volunteering at Shaver’s Creek Environmental Education Center, having philosophical conversations around the campfire, and learning through the Our Whole Lives holistic sex education program.
We hope that you’ll consider joining in our activities this semester. Our weekly activities will be:
- Wednesdays 6:30 - 7:30 pm – Activities Planning Meeting
- Thursdays 7:00 – 8:00 pm -- “Finding Your Path” discussions (focused on the challenges and opportunities of being a young adult)
We will also be volunteering one Saturday each month at Shaver’s Creek Environmental Center, where we have adopted the “Bluebird Trail.” Also, don’t miss out on our periodic campfire/cookouts at the homes of UUFCC members!
We’re always interested in new ideas and in meeting new people! To learn more about UUS: Penn State UUs