Mission statement:

Small and Exotic Animal Club (SEAC) strives to educate the Penn State community about current animal issues. The purpose of this group is to promote the improvement of animal welfare, increase education about small and exotic animals, and provide animal-oriented volunteer opportunities. The club strives to bring our members up close and personal with the animals we talk about through speakers with animal ambassadors and trips. Some of our activities include volunteering at T&D Cats of the World, trips to zoos and local farms, social events like formals and movie nights, and participating in events through the College of Agriculture. The club is open to any student with the desire to learn about a wide variety of animals and animal-related topics. Meetings are every other Wednesday in 102 AVBS from 7:00pm - 9:00pm


Faith Bittner


Dr. Nancy Dreschel
312 ASI Building

Susan Lechtanski
Phone: 814-865-5620


SEAC website