Just like our supporting congregations (University Mennonite Church and University Baptist & Brethren Church), all were welcome to be a part of 3rd Way Collective, regardless of race, ethnicity, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, ability, physical or mental health, education, and economic or marital status.
We called this new movement a “collective” because our hope was that anyone could find a home here, regardless of whether they were a part of another organization, club, or group.
3rd Way Collective supported (and hoped to embody) the work being done at Penn State through advocacy departments such as;
Center for Spiritual and Ethical Development
Gender Equity Center
LGBTQ Student Resource Center
Paul Robeson Cultural Center
3rd Way Collective was proud to affiliate with these networks;