Campus & Community Resources
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Serving Campus, Community & Beyond
At Widener, we're committed to providing you with practical field experiences, the kind that jumpstart careers. This work happens at your internships, externships, and co-ops in Philadelphia and beyond.
But this work also happens right here on campus. We're home to an elaborate network of campus and community resources where you, our student, will engage in hands-on learning. These resources are also open and available to the public, offering services as well as educational and recreational opportunities.
Our campus resources range from an observatory for stargazing, to human health clinics, to Pennsylvania’s first university-based charter school.
Wolfgram Memorial Library
Home to a collection of over 180,000 volumes, 8,000 current print and electronic periodicals, 160,000 microfilms, access to over 100 online services, and a diverse collection of audiovisual and multimedia materials.
Clinics & Centers
Our network of clinics and centers provide health services, business development, and more to the community, while providing you with practical field experience.
Oskin Leadership Institute
The Oskin Leadership Institute provides students and the public with opportunities to grow their leadership skills.
An on-campus space that provides the campus and local community with opportunities to gaze at the celestial wonders.
The Widener University Art Collection and Gallery is a unique campus and community resource for students, staff, and the public. Admission is free.
The PMC Museum links the legacy of the distinguished Pennsylvania Military College, our predecessor institution, with today's Widener.
Taylor Memorial Arboretum
A 30-acre reserve of plantings and natural lands located about a mile north of the university, utilized for research, observation, and public enjoyment.
Widener Partnership Charter School
Pennsylvania’s first university-based charter school, this K–8 school aims to educate its students to become self-motivated, competent, lifelong learners who can become citizens that contribute to the good of society.