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Student Activities

Students will find many activities ongoing during both the Spring and Fall semesters at Thaddeus Stevens College. These can include gardening nights, game nights, bonfires, s’mores making, haunted houses, decorating competitions, and scavenger hunts. There are dozens of clubs and groups planning events to connect and engage students.

To find information about upcoming events, current students can visit and click “Campus bulletin” at the top. That space will always feature the current week’s events! The internal TVs are also updated weekly with upcoming events, and an ongoing calendar is available at in the top right corner by clicking on the calendar icon.

Student Clubs

Student clubs include the boxing club, outdoors club, women in technology and trades, and Young Lions, among many others. You can view the list of clubs as well as get in touch with the advisor on our Student Organizations page.

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Students playing dodgeball

The intramural program is one of the most popular student activities at Thaddeus Stevens College of Technology.

The goal of the intramural program is to offer the college community a variety of sports and recreational activities. Students organize their own teams and compete in an organized tournament over several weeks. Intramural sports teams for the 2023-2024 school year are included below.

Fall Semester

  • Dodgeball
  • Pickleball

Spring Semester

  • Basketball
  • Volleyball

Student ID cards are needed to participate in all intramural sports.

Student-athletes practicing and/or competing on an intercollegiate athletic team may not participate in an intramural sport during the season – only during the team’s off‐season may student-athletes participate in intramural sports.

For more information on intramural sports, please email Tony Miller at

Interior photo of MAC

The 61,000-square-foot Multipurpose Activity Center (MAC) features a spacious gymnasium with a primary basketball arena, flanked by courts on either side. Two racquetball courts, an elevated 110-meter track, several coaching offices, a training center, extensive locker room facilities, and seating for approximately 2,000 highlight the center.

The MAC also includes a state-of-the-art cardio area, an extensive array of free weights, and a separate circuit training area, composed of numerous pin-loaded machines.

Please note the following guidelines for use:

  • You must swipe your Thaddeus Stevens College ID card each time you enter the MAC.
  • Access to the MAC will only be permitted during the hours noted below.
  • No coats, backpacks, gym bags, etc., are permitted in the Fitness Room. This is a safety hazard. Please use the hooks in the hallway across the racquetball courts above the seats/chairs. Students are permitted to bring a personal lock and store personal belongings in a locker in the locker room. All personal items and locks must be removed when you leave the MAC after using the facility each day.
  • No drinks are permitted in the basketball court area.

Anyone found not following the above guidelines will be asked to leave immediately and may lose their MAC access privileges.

Hours of Operation

Student and Alumni Hours
Monday through Friday: 8 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Saturday and Sunday: 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Faculty, Staff, and Board Member Hours
Monday through Friday: 5 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Saturday and Sunday: 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Building Manager

Tony Miller

The Women's Center space

The Thaddeus Stevens College of Technology Women’s Center is a safe and inclusive environment for women on campus. It is a place of welcome, support, and opportunities for women to engage together. It is the home of WITT (Women in Technology and Trades) and hosts women-focused programs, events, and WITT meetings. The Center is in the lower level of Metzger Hall.

Women’s Center Objectives:

  • Provide opportunities to network with other women.
  • Build a support system of community and campus resources.
  • Offer programs by coordinating a calendar of events.
  • Offer advocacy for personal and academic challenges.
  • Provide a comfortable environment for studying and socializing.


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Connect with us on Social Media

A great way to follow along with student activities and happenings throughout Thaddeus Stevens College’s location is to follow us on social media channels! Upcoming events are shared weekly on Instagram stories and past events are shared regularly in posts.