Liane Hrivnak from Central Penn College’s Student Services department has provided some tips for staying sane and being productive while working from home.
Dr. Krista Wolfe has been invited to serve on two task forces with the Pennsylvania Department of Health. The task forces meet weekly to discuss the COVID-19 pandemic.
Internet service is critical for students to access learning. To assist students with this critical need, the college will permit students to access college Wi-Fi from Parking Lot C.
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.
This means that housing will not reopen until at least the Summer 2020 term. Please remember that this situation continues to be fluid and, therefore, it is important to continue checking our website www.centralpenn.edu/covid for updates.
Based on the Governor’s directive as well as the current situation regarding the COVID-19, we have decided to conduct all classes completely online during the spring term.
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.
Procrastination is an obstacle for every college student, and we all procrastinate from time to time on certain tasks.
Congratulations to all of the Central Penn College students who were named to the Dean’s List for the 2020 winter term. Of the students who took classes in the winter, 33% made the Dean’s List.
Senior forward Noah Baylor was named Player of the Year for the 2019–2020 USCAA D2 basketball season.