The Dharma Drum Mountain Buddhist Association Pennsylvania Liaison at State College was first founded in 1990. It has been a registered student club at Penn State for about 25 years.
      The purpose of the Dharma Drum Mountain Buddhist Association Pennsylvania Liaison at State College is to provide a change for Penn State students and community members to learn and practice Buddhism in the Chinese Chan Tradition. To learn and practice Chan Buddhism, the club basically follows the teachings of Dharma Drum Mountain Buddhist Association and Ven. Master Sheng-Yen, the founder of Dharma Drum Mountain Buddhist Association. With the mission “Uplift the character of humanity and build a Pure Land on earth,” stated by Ven. Master Sheng-Yen, the members are learning to help the selves and all other beings in all measures, and to proceed on the Bodhisattva Path.
      The Dharma Drum Mountain Buddhist Association Pennsylvania Liaison at State College is located at 800 Stratford Dr, Apt #32, State College, PA, 16801 (Direction). The club holds lots of regular buddhism and meditation activities for Penn State community of all ages, helping people find freedom and ease within their own mind. This is done through the cultivation of mindfulness, wisdom, and compassion.