Adjunct Business Instructor Deb Donahue received the Karen F. Snider Women in Philanthropy Award at a virtual ceremony on Friday, Oct. 23.
Out of the 56 schools that offer Medical Assisting Programs in Pennsylvania, Central Penn College has been named one of the top 15 programs by Medical Assistant Advice.
To ensure everyone’s safety, we will move to remote instruction––with the exception of some Health Science classes––for the 14 days following Thanksgiving break.
Congratulations to all of the Central Penn College students who were named to the Dean’s List for the 2020 spring term.
Central Penn College will be collecting nonperishable food items and cash donations on Saturday, Oct. 17, 8 a.m. to noon.
To meet the growing demand for healthcare workers in southcentral Pennsylvania, Central Penn College will launch a new, 12-month Medical Assisting Diploma program in Lancaster.
Central Penn College (CPC) celebrated the official opening of its Advancement Office with a ceremony outside the historic Boyer House.
Central Penn College student and active duty guardsman explains how he balances school and service.
Central Penn College, in partnership with UPMC, is pleased to announce the opening of the first-ever healthcare clinic on its Summerdale campus.
The Rotary Veterans Initiative (RVI) recognized two veterans with Central Penn connections––alumnus Randy Ramer and student Chris Anderson in an outdoor ceremony at Heberlig-Palmer Park in Carlisle.