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.

 

 

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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.

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 -- 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…

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. 

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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.