When challenged by sponsorship requirements within the community college system, the college continued its evolution and growth through a unique affiliation with Penn State, which led to the establishment of Pennsylvania College of Technology in 1989.
Across 100+ majors, Penn College students are learning to work, solve, and lead in a wide range of in-demand fields.
Pennsylvania College of Technology's Career Services assists with career explorationduring and after college, provides multiple networking and recruitment opportunities,and helps create marketable job candidates.
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A reasonable accommodation is any appropriate academic adjustment, auxiliary aid, and service that is necessary to afford a student with a disability an equal opportunity to participate in the school's programs.
More than a library, the Madigan houses classrooms, computer labs, study rooms, The College Gallery, College Archives and Special Collections, Bookmarks Café and a VirtualReality Studio.
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.
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.
Class sizes were small and personal. The facilities were well kept.
They had done a very good job teaching both theory and application. Although, their labs could be expanded and updated.