Development of the site into a formal campus entrance in 1999 led to a revitalization of the Maynard Street corridor as a major, commercial thoroughfare in the city.
Pennsylvania College of Technology is a public institution providing comprehensive, hands-on technical education at the baccalaureate and associate degree levels. Every member of our College community endeavors to create and sustain excellence in a student-centered environment that promotes personal growth, social awareness, a shared commitment to diversity, and lifelong learning, all of which help prepare our graduates for success.
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The Student Activities Office encourages you to take advantage of all the ways to get involved in student life and make your out-of-class experience fun and exciting.
On-campus, apartment-style housing is available, as well as a wide variety of off-campus housing options in neighborhoods surrounding the campus.
At Pennsylvania College of Technology, we take the "Technology" in our name seriously. More than 1,800 computers, a high-speed campus network, campus-wide wireless access, and hundreds of software applications support the academic needs of our students. Our staff are committed to creating an environment in which students can learn locally, and connect globally.
All currently enrolled students and current employees are eligible to be assessed in College Health Services. Each student is required to have a completed Self Appraisal form on file and will be asked to present their Penn College ID card. Visitors are provided with basic first aid in the event of an accident on campus.
Penn College has something for every student's inner athlete, from NCAA Division III intercollegiate athletics to casual intramural sports.
Student organizations are formed around vocational, honorary, community service, special interest, or personal support purposes. Interested groups may seek recognition as approved Penn College organizations by completing necessary application forms, available from the Student Activities Office.
They had done a very good job teaching both theory and application. Although, their labs could be expanded and updated.