Some programs at Central Penn College will require placement in clinical facilities as a part of their internship. These clinical sites may require students to have proof of health screenings and immunizations records. Students will adhere to each Programs Clinical Policy as outlined in their Program Handbooks. Central Penn College partners with CastleBranch Inc., to […]
Central Penn College offers credit for approved work/life experience through the Lifelong Learning (LLL) program for incoming and currently enrolled students. Lifelong Learning offers those students having five or more years of relevant work/ life experience an alternate opportunity to gain credit. Work/life credit applies only to undergraduate courses that include applied or hands-on learning. […]
Central Penn College administers a placement exam to all incoming students. The placement exam assessment is a self-adaptive test used to determine placement in mathematics. Students who do not pass the placement exam or transfer appropriate credits will be placed in developmental math courses. Developmental classes do not carry credit applied to graduation. Developmental course […]
Central Penn is authorized under federal law to enroll non-immigrant alien students. For international students, secondary school academic records translated into English and exams with pin verification (where applicable) are required. College or university transcripts from outside of the United States must be evaluated by World Education Services or an equivalent service. If you are […]
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Undergraduate General Requirements To be considered for admission into a degree program, students must be a high school graduate, have received a General Equivalency Diploma (GED), Pennsylvania Home School Diploma or other recognized equivalency diploma. We welcome applications from students seeking to prepare for a career or a promotion. Students seeking work related skills, who […]