Institutions with Articulation Agreements for Transfer
Students from identified two-year and four-year institutions can apply up to 75 of their credits to a Central Penn bachelor’s degree and up to 50 percent of credits for an associate degree.
- Berks Technical Institute
- Brightwood Career Institute
- Consolidated School of Business
- Dubois Business College
- HACC (Harrisburg Area Community College)
- Keystone Technical Institute
- Lackawanna College
- Lansdale School of Business
- Laurel Business Institute
- LCCC (Lehigh Carbon Community College)
- Lincoln Technical Institute
- McCann School of Business & Technology
- Pace Institute
- Pennsylvania School of Business
- Pittsburgh Technical Institute
- Rosemont College
- South Hills School of Business & Technology
- StraighterLine, Inc.
- Thaddeus Stevens College of Technology
WIDENER LAW COMMONWEALTH’S NEW 2+3 AGREEMENT
A new, innovative “2+3” agreement between Central Penn College and Widener University Commonwealth Law School will enable full-time students to earn a bachelor’s degree and a law degree in just five years, saving them significant time and money. Typically, it takes seven years for full-time students to complete a law degree, an academic journey that requires four years for a bachelor’s degree and three for a juris doctorate.