Housing at Central Penn College makes you feel right at home
At Central Penn College we don’t have cramped dorm rooms. Our housing options include newly renovated Super Suites and apartments. Not to mention that incoming students who qualify and choose to live on campus may be eligible for a two-year scholarship worth up to $11,600!
Students may reapply and receive an additional two years of the housing scholarship, a $23,200 value over four years!
These real-world living arrangements provide you with the benefits and responsibilities of adult life – all while having fun and making new friends. Resident Advisors are on hand to help resolve problems and assist you with adjusting to college life. Providing a safe, welcoming and supportive environment for living and learning is our number one goal.
Central Penn College’s Housing Scholarship is valued at over $23,000
Central Penn College is pleased to announce an expanded Housing Scholarship opportunity starting this summer for both current and future students! Eligible students will be able to apply for a scholarship that covers up to two years or eight consecutive terms of on-campus room costs. Although students are still responsible for utilities, this scholarship makes learning AND living at Central Penn College more affordable. As an exciting addition, eligible students up to the age of 30 who are enrolled part-time or in a credit-bearing diploma or certificate programs now can apply for a partial housing scholarship that covers half of the on-campus room costs, excluding utilities, for eight consecutive terms.
INITIAL ELIGIBILITY HIGHLIGHTS:
- Future Students: Meet the admissions requirements and be accepted to the College.
- Full Scholarship – take 12 or more credits per term as a full-time, degree-seeking student
- Partial Scholarship – take six or more credits per term as a degree-seeking, diploma or certificate student
- Have a cumulative GPA of 2.0 or higher during your time at the College
- Agree to all housing program guidelines and procedures
- Be age 17-30 at the first term of the scholarship
Note: The college reserves the right to change the tuition, fees and housing charges as necessary without prior notice. Information on this website should not be regarded as an irrevocable contract between a student or prospective student and Central Penn College.
We are currently finalizing the application and eligibility process so stay tuned for more detailed information to come. In the meantime, for those students who would like to ensure they will be informed when the application process opens, please use this link to share your contact information and you will be notified directly.
Real World Housing Options
Each of our newly renovated Super Suites feature seven individual bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, 2 vanity areas, and a large common area. Students have their own room and only have to share a bathroom area with one other student.
Each bedroom in the Super Suites include:
- A single bed (twin XL)
- A dresser with drawers
- A desk and chair
- Closet Area
The common area includes:
- A large sofa
- An armchair
- A coffee table
- A mini-fridge and microwave
- A large table with chairs
- A TV stand
Apartment-style housing is available for our upperclassmen and non-traditional aged residential students. Each apartment can accommodate up to four people, with two people per bedroom. Students have a shared bathroom, vanity area, living room, and kitchen.
Each bedroom in the apartments include:
- Twin XL bed ( 1 per student)
- Desk with chair ( 1 per student)
- Dresser ( 1 per student)
- Closet area ( 1 per student)
The kitchen includes:
- Stovetop and oven
- Full sized refrigerator
- Table and chairs
- Cabinets & two pantries
- Full sink
Apartments also feature a living room with 1 couch.
Accommodations for Special Needs
Central Penn values individuals who desire to overcome disabling conditions to achieve their academic goals and does not discriminate against students with disabilities and stands ready to assist when accommodations can reasonably be provided.
Guest and Visitor Policy
Students are permitted to have one guest in their residence only if there are no objections from those residing within the unit. If a student does not want visitors to stay in the residence, other arrangements should be made.
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Meet Central Penn’s residence life team!
Director of Residence Life