Central Penn College is offering a new Fall Start Scholarship to students who plan to begin their studies in the fall term, which begins October 10.
In a data-based barometer of student success, Central Penn College’s Graduate Surveys for the class of 2022 reveal that more than 90% of Central Penn’s graduates are either working in their field or continuing their education within a year of graduation. This impressive achievement represents the second highest job placement rate in the past 14 …
Central Penn College’s Hassani Hussein Karemera has become the first student in 75 years to become a Pennsylvania CPA Foundation scholarship winner.
With these victories, the Knights have set records for most wins in a season (17) and longest winning streak (10).
As the demand for physical therapy swells, Central Penn College will now be offering classes leading to a physical therapy assistant degree in the evenings for the first time ever on their Summerdale campus.
Central Penn College has been part of the Central Pennsylvania region for 141 years. This weekend the career-focused college welcomes alumni and community members back to campus as part of a three-day celebration themed “Light Up the Knights.” Many events are free and open to the public. Paid events still have tickets available for purchase.
At a time when health care workers are more in demand than ever, Central Penn College’s online Healthcare Management program was ranked among the best in the nation.
Central Penn College women’s basketball standout, Tahniyaah Jackson, was selected to have her jersey displayed in the National Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame’s “Ring of Honor” in Knoxville, TN.
Graduates who fulfill the UPMC work commitment will receive payments the equivalent of the cost of the programs in addition to their salaries.
At an age when most of her peers are focused on completing their senior year of high school, Michelle Donaghy has already graduated––from college, that is! As you may have already surmised, she is the youngest graduate in Central Penn’s 140-year history.