Penn College has committed to in-person instruction. There are no changes to Penn College’s academic calendar for Fall 2020, but a few other changes have been implemented including:
Classroom and lab capacities reduced to maximize social distancing
Global Experiences suspended for 2020-21 academic year
Field trips and off-campus academic experiences limited
End of semester: 16-week classes Dec. 4, all others Dec. 11
Full Plan: Penn College of Technology Re-Entry Plan
***Plan is subject to changes by the school administration. Please refer to the re-entry plan for the most up to date information.
Pennsylvania College of Technology News
After weathering over a year of challenges and changes due to to COVID-19, it's finally time for members of the Class of 2021 to put on their caps and gowns.
Williamsport, Pa. – After nearly a quarter century on campus, Davie Jane Gilmour informed the college community of her intention to retire next year as president of Pennsylvania College of Technology.
Williamsport, Pa. - Local nonprofits are invited to lean on the expertise of Pennsylvania College of Technology's electrical construction students, who are offering services ranging from electrical system troubleshooting to panel installation.
Williamsport, Pa. - Pennsylvania College of Technology students have again provided free income tax preparation services to the community, helping scores of taxpayers file their 2020 returns for a total combined refund amount of $143,919.
Williamsport, Pa. - Pennsylvania College of Technology is the only institution in Pennsylvania offering "innovation coursework" through a partnership with the Eureka! Ranch and Innovation Engineering Institute.
WILLIAMSPORT, Pa. – The artistic talents of 21 graphic design seniors at Pennsylvania College of Technology will be showcased in "Graphic Design 2021," the annual student portfolio exhibition in The Gallery at Penn College.
Williamsport, Pa. – Future health care professionals have access to a learning tool that simulates respiratory symptoms likely to be encountered in the field, thanks to a $2,500 sustaining grant from PPL Foundation to Pennsylvania College of Technology.