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
Williamsport -- The Harrisburg Area Volkswagen Owners Club has again donated funds toward a scholarship for automotive restoration students at Pennsylvania College of Technology.
Williamsport, Pa. -- Pennsylvania College of Technology will dedicate $450,000 to support outreach to veteran students over the next three years. The U.S. Department of Education's Centers of Excellence for Veteran Student Success awarded the funds to the college.
Williamsport, Pa. -- Penn College continues to place students in jobs soon after graduation thanks to the school's vocational programs in high-demand fields, the college reported.
Lock Haven, Pa. -- Sports brought 2018 Lock Haven University (LHU) graduate, Samantha Wilson, to LHU in 2014. Since graduating, sports have remained an integral part of her journey, as she continues building upon the foundation laid at LHU— working tirelessly toward her goal to become a nati…
Penn College considers its Plastics Innovation and Resource Center to be one of international recognition. A summer plastics workshop confirmed a national appeal, drawing industry professionals from seven companies across three states - Massachusetts, Illinois, and Pennsylvania.
Williamsport -- PPG Industries Inc., a Pennsylvania College of Technology partner for more than 35 years, is continuing its support of student instruction in the collision repair and automotive restoration programs at the college.
Williamsport -- Lycoming Engines, a decades-long partner of Pennsylvania College of Technology, is once again offering financial support to a student organization competing in a prestigious off-road racing venue. The company also served as a sponsor for the Penn College Spring 2021 Car Show.
Ciocca Dealerships has established a scholarship at Pennsylvania College of Technology for students in two- and four-year automotive programs. The Ciocca Dealerships Scholarship will provide two $1,000 awards to students in the automotive technology associate degree programs and two $1,000 a…
Selinsgrove, Pa. -- Since 2007, the Sierra Club has ranked the "Cool Schools" of the U.S. and Canada. The Sierra Club assess the select colleges and universities who submit their school's data for review.
Williamsport -- Collaborations between Penn College and PPL Electric Utilities allow students the opportunity to apply their studies to the workforce.
Williamsport, Pa. -- About 50 Pennsylvania College of Technology engineering and electronics students per year will benefit from a recent addition to their state-of-the-art facilities, courtesy of Elsner Engineering Works Inc.
Williamsport, Pa. -- Many in the Williamsport area know the name Davie Jane Gilmour, current president of the Pennsylvania College of Technology. Davie Jane is among this year's inductees to the West Liberty University Wall of Honor.
Pennsylvania College of Technology is known for its pre-health programs, but its Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) program can fly under the radar. Penn College will offer EMT courses starting the week of Jan. 10 and running through early May.
Williamsport, Pa. – Juneteenth, declared an annual national holiday this year in commemoration of slavery’s end in America, will be observed Sept. 17-18 at Pennsylvania College of Technology with a series of events highlighting Black history and culture.
Wellsboro, Pa. – Twenty-four students recently graduated from Penn College at Wellsboro’s practical nursing program, according to the college.
Current and past students in Penn College's plastics and polymer engineering program have been noticed for their potential in the plastics technology field.
Williamsport, Pa. -- Pennsylvania College of Technology’s Dunham Children’s Learning Center received a Coronavirus Response and Relief Supplemental Appropriation Act grant of $66,000 from the U.S. Department of Education through STEP Inc.
Williamsport, Pa. -- The final destination was always clear for Christian Peters, but the journey to get there was paved in Williamsport.
Williamsport, Pa. – When Pennsylvania College of Technology students began classes Aug. 16, those in baking, pastry and culinary arts majors already had their hands full as they worked to fill the stomachs of the teams participating in the Little League Baseball ® World Series, held just a f…
Williamsport, Pa. - For two years, Lauryn A. Stauffer has seen only male faces in her electronics classes at Pennsylvania College of Technology. This fall, she’ll at least see multiple women leaders within the School of Engineering Technologies.
Williamsport, Pa. -- When told that he would be moving from Vietnam to the United States, Long H. Nguyen embraced the adventure as a second chance at life. More than 13 years later, it’s obvious the Pennsylvania College of Technology graduate has taken full advantage of that precious opportunity.
Williamsport, Pa. - Pennsylvania College of Technology has announced their appointment of Wendie L. Snyder, an alumna with 25 years experience in a variety of roles in the health care profession, Director of College Health Services.