At Clarks Summit University, we want to provide the support and services that you need in order to enhance your academic program and care for your physical and emotional well being.
Our cafeteria is managed by Aladdin Food Management Services who work hard to meet the needs of today’s college students.
- You’ll find a variety of options and flavors at every meal, brought to you by Aladdin Food Management Services.
- All on-campus students choose a meal plan for each semester, either 14 or 21 meals each week.
- Commuter students, student teachers and module students may purchase a block of 10 meals through the Business Office to be used at any time during the semester.
- Special dietary needs can be discussed with the food service director at 570.585.9348.
Safety and Security
Campus Safety & Security works to maintain a safe and peaceful environment on campus.
Our Safety and Security Department serves the campus by maintaining a safe and peaceful environment.
- The department consists of trained guards who provide 24-hour campus coverage.
- Grounds and buildings are continuously patrolled by security guards, either on foot or in a security vehicle.
- Residence halls are locked and checked continuously through the night.
- All parking lots and walkways on campus are well lit.
- Stop signs, crosswalks and speed limits are strategically placed to ensure the safety of both pedestrians and motorists.
Contact Safety & Security Around the Clock
From on-campus phones: 9200
From off-campus or cell-phones: 570.585.9200
All students who own, use or park a vehicle on campus must pay to register their vehicle with the Safety and Security Department each year. You can register your vehicle online or in the Office for Student Development on the third floor of Jackson Hall.
Clery Act Information
Clarks Summit University provides 13 on-campus housing facilities located at 538 Venard Road, South Abington Township, Pennsylvania. No off-campus (non-campus) housing facilities are provided for students. On-campus facilities are Ridley Hall, Shaffer Hall, Loescher Hall, Bancroft Hall, Christen Hall, Carter Hall, Commons Hall, Barndollar Hall, Woolsey Hall, Fletcher Hall, Vibbard Hall, Thompson Hall and Nordling Hall.
For this report, local and/or state law enforcement agencies provided us with statistics that we have combined with statistics gathered from our campus security authorities.
The Office for Student Development can assist you in finding a person with whom you feel comfortable meeting for counseling and mentoring. Professional counseling services are also available through the on-campus Foundations Christian Counseling Center.
Career Services can help you become familiar with your strengths and abilities through career and personality testing. They can also assist you with selecting an academic program that will allow you to use those skills in practical ministry. Explore the resources available to you through Career Services.
Learning Support Services
Clarks Summit University is committed to providing reasonable accommodations for students with disabilities in compliance with Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act and the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990. The purpose is to provide equal access to educational opportunities to students with disabilities. Academic standards are not lowered, nor are essential elements of programs changed. Find out how you can request accommodations.
The Campus Post Office offers USPS, UPS, and FedEx services for your convenience. You will be assigned a mailbox and a key to use during your time as a student. Mail should be addressed as follows:
[Student’s Name], [Box #]
538 Venard Road
South Abington Twp, PA 18411
For questions regarding mail services, email mailcenter@ClarksSummitU.edu.