With the start of the summer term less than two months away, we want to give early notice to the campus community about how the summer term will be conducted, so everyone can prepare now.
President Linda Fedrizzi-Williams announced that Central Penn College will be freezing tuition rates for the 2020–2021 academic year. This will be the second consecutive year that the college has instituted a freeze.
Central Penn College is pleased to announce the hiring of Michael Fedor as Vice President for Advancement and Strategic Initiatives. With a background in business consulting, fundraising, community engagement and education, the Cumberland County resident brings a wealth of experience and expertise to this newly created, cabinet-level position.
President Linda Fedrizzi-Williams announced today that Central Penn College will offer a new telehealth course to meet the demand for healthcare employees skilled in this growing service area. The five-week course is completely online and will run from May 18 to June 19.
For the first two weeks of the spring term, Central Penn College has decided to conduct all classes online. During this period, which begins on Monday, April 6, and extends to Saturday, April 18, the campus also will remain closed.
Central Penn College has no confirmed cases of COVID–19 as of this writing. The college will continue to take every precaution to ensure the health and safety of our students, faculty, staff and visitors.
Central Penn College and Commonwealth Charter Academy (CCA) today launched an innovative partnership that enables CCA students to complete more than a year of college, while still in high school.
Central Penn College and Widener University Commonwealth Law School’s innovative “2+3” agreement makes earning a law degree in five years a reality. Typically, attaining a law degree takes seven years.
In the latest USCAA D2 Coaches Poll, the Knights have climbed to #2 and the Lady Knights are now ranked #14.
Central Penn College was voted the top university or college for online continuing education by the readers of the Central Penn Business Journal.