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 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.
Making a difference and doing something you love sounds like the perfect combination for a dream job. And that’s where Mary Murphy finds herself.
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.
Central Penn’s Surgical Technician Diploma Program provides students with the technical knowledge and skills required for employment as a member of an operating room team in a hospital or surgical center.
During the current fall term, 116 Central Penn College students were awarded $110,000 in scholarships by the college’s Education Foundation.
Central Penn College is pleased to announce the creation of nine new scholarships that will provide up to $1 million in financial assistance to new and current Central Penn College students.
Central Penn College was rated as the “Best for Accelerated Classes” in Pennsylvania by Intelligent.com, an independent, advertising-free site that ranks colleges and programs throughout the country.
On a beautiful spring day, Central Penn College and the Lancaster Chamber of Commerce celebrated the launch of the new Medical Assisting (MA) Diploma program at a ribbon-cutting ceremony held in front of the Lancaster Center.