Clarion University’s main campus is home to both traditional and non-traditional students on a scenic campus. Students study business, education, health, science and the arts with a small student-to-faculty ratio. There also are internship and study abroad opportunities as well as plenty of campus activities to broaden one’s horizons and prepare them for the future. Our students are active inside and outside of the classroom and are driven to succeed.
The Venango campus of Clarion University delivers a personal and challenging academic experience. Motivated, career-oriented students of all ages and backgrounds are at home in this supportive environment that promotes personal discovery and professional development. You'll gain a competitive edge in your chosen field and have expanding academic and career opportunities in high-demand professions. Students who have studied at Venango campus are socially and civically minded as well as academically prepared to be active citizens of the global society.
The Somerset site of Clarion University offers the two-year associate of science in nursing which fully prepares students to sit for the RN licensure exam. The program is housed in the Somerset County Education Center in Founders Hall at 6022 Glades Pike, Somerset, Pa. This location showcases a state-of-the-art simulation lab and students can benefit from a number of scholarship available through Somerset County Foundation for higher education.
If you're an allied health or nursing student, our Pittsburgh site, which is affiliated with and located in West Penn Hospital School of Nursing (WPHSON), might be right for you. This location offers 30 college level credits in courses required in West Penn's School of Nursing two-year Diploma Program. While you are working toward your diploma in nursing, you will have an opportunity to concurrently earn an Associate of Science Degree in Allied Health or Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree from Clarion University by completing your general education coursework. Additionally, the general education courses can be taken by students outside these field areas and transferred to other degrees.