The Spanish Immersion Club
Established in September 2015, The Spanish Immersion Club is a recognized student organization at Penn State dedicated to Spanish culture, language, and cuisine. After the university’s first-ever study abroad trip to Ronda, Spain, the pilot program’s alumni formed the organization to serve as a way to bring other passionate students together. The club holds bi-weekly events from conversation groups to tapas nights for all levels of Spanish speakers. For more information, contact president Danielle Metzger or faculty advisor Susana García Prudencio.
The Spanish Club
Spanish Club offers activities at the University Park campus. Spanish majors, minors, or anyone else interested in learning more about the Spanish language and Hispanic/Latino culture is welcome. The Spanish Club is a student-run organization which engages in many exciting activities to promote the Spanish language and the Hispanic/Latino culture. It sponsors movies in Spanish, tertulias (conversation hours), cooking classes, activities with other university organizations, lectures, poetry readings, plays in Spanish, and much more.
The organization is open to any undergraduate or graduate student who knows or is learning the Spanish Language. Yet, it is also open to any person who desires to learn more about the Hispanic/Latino culture, and who wants to meet other interested undergraduate, graduate, foreign exchange students, and people from the community.
Please visit El Club de Español
Members of the Spanish Club are entitled to free coffee at the tertulias. In order to become a member, please bring $10.00 (per semester) to any of our meetings or events.
Conversation Hour in Spanish: All the tertulias and meetings will be held at the Irving's Bagels (110 E. College Avenue) from 6:00 pm to 7:00 pm. Note that we have changed the time and location of the tertulias in order to better accommodate our members. Please come and invite your Spanish-speaking friends!
Officer Meetings: These meetings will elect new officers and discuss semester plans and will not be open to all members. If, however, you are interested in becoming an officer of the Spanish Club, you must be at this meeting!
For more Information on the Spanish Club contact:
The Department of Spanish, Italian and Portuguese
Phone: (814) 865-4252