What type of student are you?

Central Penn College’s greatest strength is our flexibility for just about any type of student to succeed. Tell us more about your student type and we can tell you more about how we can help you navigate a curriculum perfect for you.

High School Students

Graduating from college is the first step to a rewarding career and a better life. Central Penn College knows motivation is the key to success. Everyone at Central Penn will work with you to help you reach your goal.  We’re here with personal help, financial aid opportunities (for those who qualify), and advice on the coursework you need to obtain the real-world career in the field of your choice after graduation.  Your personal admissions counselor will guide you through the entire process.

Every moment you spend at Central Penn will help gear you up for career success. You’ll gain experience future employers will value through hands-on courses, experiential labs and internships. You’ll learn from instructors who have extensive experience in the professions and practices they teach. And you can earn your bachelor’s degree in three years, plus an internship.  You have a great career ahead of you. The best route to it is through Central Penn College.

Contact us to start your journey today.

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How do I apply? Is there a fee to apply?

You can apply online. There is no fee to apply.

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What happens after I apply?

After you apply, you will be contacted by an admissions counselor who will help guide you through the admissions process and help answer your questions about enrolling at Central Penn College.

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When will I find out about my application decision?

Once you have completed all of the application requirements, you should receive a decision within two weeks. Contact your counselor for more information.

What is Central Penn’s accreditation?

Central Penn College is accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education, 3624 Market Street, Philadelphia, PA 19104 (267.284.5000). The Middle States Commission on Higher Education is an institutional accrediting agency recognized by the U.S. Secretary of Education and the Council for Higher Education Accreditation.

Approved by: the Secretary of Education and the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania to award the Master’s of Professional Studies degree, the Bachelor’s of Science degree, the Associate’s in Science degree, and the Associate in Applied Science degree.

Do you accept transfer credits?

Central Penn will accept credits from accredited colleges and schools, with a grade of C or better.

The transferred classes also need to fit into the Central Penn curriculum and be comparable to a course Central Penn offers.
Central Penn may also award credit for CLEP (College Level Examination Program) exams.
The College has established articulation/transfer agreements with various high schools, colleges, and universities. A student can articulate those courses or credits stated on the articulation agreement. Central Penn has established block transfer agreements with institutions where a predetermined number of credits from an earned associates degree can be transferred to a bachelor’s degree in a program-to-program transfer. Information on articulation or block transfer agreements should be directed to the admissions department. A list of all approved Articulation Agreements can be viewed by clicking here.

Do you offer housing?

You’re preparing for a real world career. Why not start with real world living arrangements? You will with Central Penn’s on-campus student housing.

There are no cramped dorm rooms at Central Penn. You live in an apartment or a super suite, and experience the benefits and responsibilities of adult life – all while having fun and making friends! For more information on student housing, please click here.

Do you require SAT scores?

Our PTA program requires SAT scores.

What is the average class size?

Our student to faculty ratio is 16:1. These small classes give you the personal attention you deserve!

Can I get financial aid? How does financial aid work?

Financial aid is available to those who qualify. If you are applying for federal financial aid, you must complete a FAFSA (Free Application for Student Aid), a Stafford Loan Master Promissory Note and Federal Stafford Loan Entrance Counseling. If you are unsure about how to complete the necessary paperwork, we have a Financial Planning Coordinator who will work with you to help you complete your forms and answer your questions.

If you don’t wish to use financial aid, you can use the Central Penn Payment Plan.

Do I have to have my own computer?

Having your own computer or regular access to a computer is extremely helpful – especially if you are planning to take online classes. We have computer labs available at each of our locations, so you can use those computers whenever the facility is open.

Can I take classes online?

Yes! Central Penn offers several online classes and 10 online degree programs.

How do the online classes work?

Central Penn teaches online classes through Blackboard, a special software package that supports online learning. For more information on our online programs, click here.

How do I order my textbooks?

Central Penn has a virtual book store. You can order your books by clicking here.

How much are tuition and fees?

Please click here for more information.

Is it possible to take some classes on campus but also some online?

Yes many students take classes in a variety of different modalities depending on what their individual scheduling and educational needs are.

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Continuing Education Students

Central Penn College prepares graduates for career success by providing an affordable, hands-on education, in two convenient locations and online. We offer associate, bachelor’s and master’s degrees in fields hiring today, and growing tomorrow.

Central Penn offers hands-on education from real-world experts to help you finish your degree sooner. With our campus in Summerdale and center in Lancaster, you can find a classroom near your home or work. We also offer online courses to fit your studies into your busy life.

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What types of programs do you offer at Central Penn?

Central Penn offers associate, bachelor’s and master’s degrees in a variety of areas including business, accounting, criminal justice, communications, healthcare and information technology.

How do I apply? Is there a fee to apply?

You can apply online. There is no fee to apply.

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What kind of schedule do you offer?

Central Penn offers accelerated 11 week terms year round. We offer day, evening and online classes.

What happens after I apply?

After you apply, you will be contacted by an admissions counselor who will help guide you through the admissions process and help answer your questions about enrolling at Central Penn College.

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What is Central Penn’s accreditation?

Central Penn College is accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education, 3624 Market Street, Philadelphia, PA 19104 (267.284.5000). The Middle States Commission on Higher Education is an institutional accrediting agency recognized by the U.S. Secretary of Education and the Council for Higher Education Accreditation.

Approved by: the Secretary of Education and the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania to award the Master’s of Professional Studies degree, the Bachelor’s of Science degree, the Associate’s in Science degree, and the Associate in Applied Science degree.

How long will it take me to complete my coursework?

It’s different for everyone – some students have transfer credits, and may also receive credit for military or work experience.
It also depends on whether you are attending classes full-time or part-time.
If you have transfer credits, Central Penn will complete a transfer evaluation for you ahead of time – before you even begin taking classes – so you will know before making a commitment how many credits will transfer and how long it will take to complete your degree.

Do you accept transfer credits?

Central Penn will accept credits from accredited colleges and schools, with a grade of C or better.

The transferred classes also need to fit into the Central Penn curriculum and be comparable to a course Central Penn offers.
Central Penn may also award credit for CLEP (College Level Examination Program) exams.

How many of my credits will transfer?

Once Central Penn receives your transcripts from any other colleges or schools you’ve attended, our Transfer Evaluator will review your transcripts and complete a transfer evaluation for you. This will be emailed directly to you so you can see what credits transferred to Central Penn and what classes you have left to complete.

Can I get financial aid? How does financial aid work?

Financial aid is available to those who qualify. If you are applying for federal financial aid, you must complete a FAFSA (Free Application for Student Aid) and Federal Direct Stafford Loan Entrance Counseling and Master Promissory Note. If you are unsure about how to complete the necessary paperwork, we have a Financial Planning Coordinator who will work with you to help you complete your forms and answer your questions.

If you don’t wish to use financial aid, you can use the Central Penn Payment Plan.

Do I have to have my own computer?

Having your own computer or regular access to a computer is extremely helpful – especially if you are planning to take online classes. We have computer labs available at each of our locations, so you can use those computers whenever the facility is open.

Can I take classes online?

Yes! Central Penn offers several online classes and 13 online degree programs. Check our academic offerings to see which programs are available to you in the online format.

How do the online classes work?

Central Penn teaches online classes through Blackboard, a special software package that supports online learning. For more information on our online programs, click here.

Will I have to come to the campus every night for class?

Part-time students who take classes in the classroom typically attend two nights a week. Students who wish to go full-time may attend classes four nights per week, but those classes are sometimes supplemented with online classes.

What is a Capstone Course?

The Capstone Course was designed with the busy adult student in mind. A Capstone Course is a project which is completed at the very end of your program in place of an internship.

How do I order my textbooks?

Central Penn has a virtual book store. You can order your books by clicking here.

Can I receive credit for my military experience?

Yes, Central Penn College is a SOC school (Service members Opportunity College). We will review your credits for completed military coursework as part of our transfer evaluation process.

How much are tuition and fees?

Please click here for more information.

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Online Students

Why do motivated students choose Central Penn College?

They get a real world career education. They learn from professors who are experienced experts in their disciplines. And they earn a degree that helps them advance their careers and improve their lives.

Everything that makes Central Penn the right choice for onsite students applies to online learning.

Sure, the schedule is flexible and convenient. You can log on and learn on your schedule. But the courses are every bit as challenging and real. Online learning is more than an Internet connection. You get a personal connection to your professors, your college and your peers. And if you choose you can take advantage of all the educational, career and community resources Central Penn offers onsite, in person.

It takes self discipline, self management and unusual drive to be an online student at Central Penn. But if you have a busy life and are up to the challenge of pursuing more education, you probably already have those qualities. And if you want a more challenging career, there’s no better way to make it happen than with online courses at Central Penn.

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What types of programs do you offer at Central Penn?

Central Penn offers associate, bachelor’s and master’s degrees in a variety of areas including business, accounting, criminal justice, communications, healthcare and information technology.

How do I apply? Is there a fee to apply?

You can apply online. There is no fee to apply.

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What kind of schedule do you offer?

Central Penn offers accelerated 11 week terms year round. We offer day, evening and online classes.

What happens after I apply?

After you apply, you will be contacted by an admissions counselor who will help guide you through the admissions process and help answer your questions about enrolling at Central Penn College.

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What is Central Penn’s accreditation?

Central Penn College is accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education, 3624 Market Street, Philadelphia, PA 19104 (267.284.5000). The Middle States Commission on Higher Education is an institutional accrediting agency recognized by the U.S. Secretary of Education and the Council for Higher Education Accreditation.

Approved by: the Secretary of Education and the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania to award the Master’s of Professional Studies degree, the Bachelor’s of Science degree, the Associate’s in Science degree, and the Associate in Applied Science degree.

How long will it take me to complete my coursework?

It’s different for everyone – some students have transfer credits, and may also receive credit for military or work experience.
It also depends on whether you are attending classes full-time or part-time.
If you have transfer credits, Central Penn will complete a transfer evaluation for you ahead of time – before you even begin taking classes – so you will know before making a commitment how many credits will transfer and how long it will take to complete your degree.

Do you accept transfer credits?

Central Penn will accept credits from accredited colleges and schools, with a grade of C or better.

The transferred classes also need to fit into the Central Penn curriculum and be comparable to a course Central Penn offers.
Central Penn may also award credit for CLEP (College Level Examination Program) exams.

How many of my credits will transfer?

Once Central Penn receives your transcripts from any other colleges or schools you’ve attended, our Transfer Evaluator will review your transcripts and complete a transfer evaluation for you. This will be emailed directly to you so you can see what credits transferred to Central Penn and what classes you have left to complete.

Can I get financial aid? How does financial aid work?

Financial aid is available to those who qualify. If you are applying for federal financial aid, you must complete a FAFSA (Free Application for Student Aid) and Federal Direct Stafford Loan Entrance Counseling and Master Promissory Note. If you are unsure about how to complete the necessary paperwork, we have a Financial Planning Coordinator who will work with you to help you complete your forms and answer your questions.

If you don’t wish to use financial aid, you can use the Central Penn Payment Plan.

Do I have to have my own computer?

Having your own computer or regular access to a computer is extremely helpful – especially if you are planning to take online classes. We have computer labs available at each of our locations, so you can use those computers whenever the facility is open.

Can I take classes online?

Yes! Central Penn offers several online classes and 13 online degree programs. Check our academic offerings to see which programs are available to you in the online format.

How do the online classes work?

Central Penn teaches online classes through Blackboard, a special software package that supports online learning. For more information on our online programs, click here.

Will I have to come to the campus every night for class?

Part-time students who take classes in the classroom typically attend two nights a week. Students who wish to go full-time may attend classes four nights per week, but those classes are sometimes supplemented with online classes.

What is a Capstone Course?

The Capstone Course was designed with the busy adult student in mind. A Capstone Course is a project which is completed at the very end of your program in place of an internship.

How do I order my textbooks?

Central Penn has a virtual book store. You can order your books by clicking here.

Can I receive credit for my military experience?

Yes, Central Penn College is a SOC school (Service members Opportunity College). We will review your credits for completed military coursework as part of our transfer evaluation process.

How much are tuition and fees?

Please click here for more information.

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Military Students

How may WE SERVE you?

Central Penn College is proud to serve and assist our military students. We are grateful for your service to our country and we promise to do everything we can to help you succeed at Central Penn College. Central Penn College proudly participates in the Principles of Excellence and Yellow Ribbon Programs. We have also been a designated Military Friendly institution for the last 5 years!

Below you will find information on how to get started as a new or transfer student, benefits available to you, how to manage these benefits, and contact information for staff and resources available to you.

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What types of programs do you offer at Central Penn?

Central Penn offers associate, bachelor’s and master’s degrees in a variety of areas including business, accounting, criminal justice, communications, healthcare and information technology.

How do I apply? Is there a fee to apply?

You can apply online. There is no fee to apply.

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What kind of schedule do you offer?

Central Penn offers accelerated 11 week terms year round. We offer day, evening and online classes.

What happens after I apply?

After you apply, you will be contacted by an admissions counselor who will help guide you through the admissions process and help answer your questions about enrolling at Central Penn College.

APPLY NOW

What is Central Penn’s accreditation?

Central Penn College is accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education, 3624 Market Street, Philadelphia, PA 19104 (267.284.5000). The Middle States Commission on Higher Education is an institutional accrediting agency recognized by the U.S. Secretary of Education and the Council for Higher Education Accreditation.

Approved by: the Secretary of Education and the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania to award the Master’s of Professional Studies degree, the Bachelor’s of Science degree, the Associate’s in Science degree, and the Associate in Applied Science degree.

How long will it take me to complete my coursework?

It’s different for everyone – some students have transfer credits, and may also receive credit for military or work experience.
It also depends on whether you are attending classes full-time or part-time.
If you have transfer credits, Central Penn will complete a transfer evaluation for you ahead of time – before you even begin taking classes – so you will know before making a commitment how many credits will transfer and how long it will take to complete your degree.

Do you accept transfer credits?

Central Penn will accept credits from accredited colleges and schools, with a grade of C or better.

The transferred classes also need to fit into the Central Penn curriculum and be comparable to a course Central Penn offers.
Central Penn may also award credit for CLEP (College Level Examination Program) exams.

How many of my credits will transfer?

Once Central Penn receives your transcripts from any other colleges or schools you’ve attended, our Transfer Evaluator will review your transcripts and complete a transfer evaluation for you. This will be emailed directly to you so you can see what credits transferred to Central Penn and what classes you have left to complete.

Can I get financial aid? How does financial aid work?

Financial aid is available to those who qualify. If you are applying for federal financial aid, you must complete a FAFSA (Free Application for Student Aid) and Federal Direct Stafford Loan Entrance Counseling and Master Promissory Note. If you are unsure about how to complete the necessary paperwork, we have a Financial Planning Coordinator who will work with you to help you complete your forms and answer your questions.

If you don’t wish to use financial aid, you can use the Central Penn Payment Plan.

Do I have to have my own computer?

Having your own computer or regular access to a computer is extremely helpful – especially if you are planning to take online classes. We have computer labs available at each of our locations, so you can use those computers whenever the facility is open.

Can I take classes online?

Yes! Central Penn offers several online classes and 13 online degree programs. Check our academic offerings to see which programs are available to you in the online format.

How do the online classes work?

Central Penn teaches online classes through Blackboard, a special software package that supports online learning. For more information on our online programs, click here.

Will I have to come to the campus every night for class?

Part-time students who take classes in the classroom typically attend two nights a week. Students who wish to go full-time may attend classes four nights per week, but those classes are sometimes supplemented with online classes.

What is a Capstone Course?

The Capstone Course was designed with the busy adult student in mind. A Capstone Course is a project which is completed at the very end of your program in place of an internship.

How do I order my textbooks?

Central Penn has a virtual book store. You can order your books by clicking here.

Can I receive credit for my military experience?

Yes, Central Penn College is a SOC school (Service members Opportunity College). We will review your credits for completed military coursework as part of our transfer evaluation process.

How much are tuition and fees?

Please click here for more information.

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International Students

Immerse yourself! Welcome! 歡迎! ¡Bienvenidos! Benvenuti!

No matter how you say it, you are welcome here at Central Penn College. International students at Central Penn have the chance to learn in our professional, career-focused environment from professors who have real-world experience in the fields they teach.

Since 1881, Central Penn College has been helping students turn potential into career success. Central Penn’s suburban Summerdale campus is located just minutes away from the city of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania’s state capital, and is in close proximity to bustling cities like New York, Philadelphia, Washington D.C. and Baltimore. Accredited by the Middle State Commission of Higher Education, the College offers challenging associate, bachelor’s and master’s degrees in a variety of exciting career fields.

Accelerated, 11-week terms offered year round help you get to where you want to be faster. While on campus, you can participate in a number of clubs, trips and activities to enhance your student experience, including the International Society Club and annual traditions such as Fall Harvest and SummerFest.

There are no cramped dorm rooms at Central Penn. You live in an apartment or a super suite, and experience the benefits and responsibilities of adult life – all while having fun and making friends! First-year students reside in the super suites. Upperclassmen enjoy two-bedroom apartments. Places they can make their own, and call their home. Who says you have to give up the comforts of home when studying abroad?

To learn more about studying abroad at Central Penn College, please fill out the form to your right and one of our helpful admissions counselors will be in touch to guide you along the path to opening new horizons here at Central Penn!

This school is authorized under Federal law to enroll nonimmigrant alien students. 8CFR 214.3 (j)

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FREE ONLINE APPLICATION

You can apply online. There is no fee to apply. You must apply using the Central Penn College application. We do not accept the Common Application.

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Application Supporting Documents

The following supporting documents are required to complete the first year student application.

COPY OF PASSPORT PHOTO PAGE

Please submit a copy of your passport photo page. Items can be emailed directly to RomeoAzondekon@centralpenn.edu.

OFFICIAL ACADEMIC RECORDS/TRANSCRIPTS

Please submit complete academic records from secondary school and/or post-secondary school. Transcripts that are from outside of the United States will need to be evaluated by Educational Credential Evaluators, World Educational Services, or Academic Credentials Evaluation Institute if applicant is looking to transfer credits or is applying to a master’s program. Records can be sent directly to RomeoAzondekon@centralpenn.edu.

PROOF OF ENGLISH PROFICIENCY

Please submit the official test score from one of the following:

  • TOEFL: minimum 72 (internet based test)
  • IELTS: minimum 6
  • SAT: minimum 500 on critical reading section

Central Penn will not require the TOEFL, IELTS, or SAT test scores for the following groups:

  • Nonnative speakers who hold degrees or diplomas from postsecondary institutions in English-speaking countries (e.g., the United States, Canada, England, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand).
  • Nonnative speakers who have successfully completed at least a two-year course of study in which English was the language of instruction.
  • Transfer students from institutions in the United States or Canada whose academic course work was favorably evaluated in relation to its demands and duration.
  • Nonnative speakers who have taken the TOEFL test within the past two years.
  • Nonnative speakers who have successfully pursued academic work at schools where English was the language of instruction in an English-speaking country for a specified period, generally two years.

FINANCIAL DOCUMENTATION (FOR VISA PURPOSES)

Financial documentation verifying your ability to pay your tuition and living expenses for one year are required for an F-1 (student) visa. Please submit a copy of your sponsor’s most recent financial statement showing sufficient funds balance of $36,756. Please also submit a letter of support from your financial sponsor—the owner of the account for the submitted financial statement.

Please Note: All U.S. colleges are required to obtain actual documentation that funds currently exist at least for the students first year of study and that, barring any unforeseen circumstances, adequate funding will be available from the same or equally dependable sources for subsequent years of study in the U.S. International students must be financially independent and capable of bearing all the costs associated with attending Central Penn College. Central Penn does not provide financial aid to assist international students. Limited scholarship opportunities are available.

Additional Requirements

To complete your application, you must also submit:

  • Two letters of recommendation (in English).
  • A 500-word essay describing your involvement in your school or community.
  • Admissions interview (can be completed by skype or email).
  • Attestation of high school (a form will be emailed to you after you submit your application).
  • Soon after you submit your application, you will be contacted by an admissions counselor who will help you complete the application process by providing you with a checklist and any forms you may need.

Tuition and Fees

Please click here for more information regarding tuition and fees.

Please click here for scholarship opportunities.

Please note a full-time academic year consists of twelve credits per term and three terms per year with optional summer terms.

After you have completed all application requirements and have received a formal letter of acceptance from Central Penn College, we will take the steps to approve and issue your I-20. You will need an I-20 to schedule your Visa interview.

Upon approval of your Visa, it is required that you correspond with your international admissions counselor to plan your arrival to Central Penn College.

Student Resources

STUDENT RESOURCES

Here at Central Penn College, we want to provide our international students with an environment that will help them not just learn, but thrive. Our international students will work with our Chief Diversity Officer, Romeo Azondekon to ensure an easy transition to live at Central Penn. Romeo works hard to foster a campus community that embraces and accentuates cultural diversity.

As a further celebration of our campus diversity, Central Penn has established an International Society Club (ISC) on campus. The ISC’s mission is to embrace, serve and value the international diversity that exists within the student body of Central Penn College, while also educating and serving the campus and local community in multiple capacities.

The ISC has provided on- and off-campus learning opportunities, multicultural events, partnerships and community service opportunities for its members.

For more information on our international student resources, please contact Danielle James, our international recruitment director, at RomeoAzondekon@centralpenn.edu or (800) 759-2727.

Transfer Credits

Central Penn College appreciates the dedication and drive of students who pursue advanced credits in high school or secondary school.

IB Policy: Central Penn grants up to six transfer credits per course for scores of four or better in relevant higher level courses. Three transfer credits per course are granted for scores of five or better in relevant standard level courses. A maximum of 36 transfer credits (equivalent to one year of classes) will be granted.

AP Policy: Central Penn grants three transfer credits per exam for relevant Advanced Placement (AP) examinations with a score of three or higher. Up to six credits per exam will be granted for scores of 5 in relevant subjects.

A-Level Policy: Central Penn grants three transfer credits for relevant A-Level courses with a grade of C or higher. Up to six transfer credits per course are granted for scores of B or higher in specific relevant courses.

INTERNATIONAL STUDENT SCHOLARSHIP

The International Student Scholarships are available with a possible award of up to $5,000 per year for undergraduate students. The amount granted to the student is decided upon by the office of admissions and is based on a variety of factors including financial need, merit, living arrangements, and the degree level pursued.

Transfer Students

Central Penn makes transferring your college credits fast, seamless and simple. Students can apply up to 75 of their credits to one of Central Penn’s parallel bachelor’s degree programs and up to fifty percent of their credits toward an associate degree.

Students will work with our detail oriented admissions team to develop an evaluation plan to complete their degree requirements. Speak with one of our financial aid coordinators about grants, scholarships and loans today.

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WILL YOU ACCEPT MY CREDITS?

Central Penn looks at your college credits on a course-by-course basis for transfer consideration. Please contact admissions at 1-800-759-2727 to set up your evaluation and campus visit.

WHEN WILL I KNOW HOW MANY CREDITS WILL TRANSFER?

After your application and college transcripts are received, Central Penn will evaluate your transcripts. The evaluation process typically takes one to two weeks.

WHAT IS THE REQUIRED GPA TO TRANSFER?

A minimum 2.0 cumulative GPA is preferred; however, the transfer counselor does meet with each student and reviews each file on an individual basis. Health sciences and associate degrees in applied science programs may require above a 2.5 GPA.

WHEN SHOULD I APPLY?

It is recommended you apply as early as 6 months prior to the term in which you would want to begin your studies at Central Penn. However, our admissions team will work with you to meet your desired start date to the best of their abilities.

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DO YOU OFFER ANY SCHOLARSHIPS?

Yes, visit centralpenn.edu/scholarships to see available scholarships, application criteria and deadlines.

DO D’S EVER TRANSFER?

No, only coursework equivalent to a C or higher can be transferred. Q: Do grades transfer?

DO GRADES TRANSFER?

No, only your credits will transfer.

CAN MY WORK EXPERIENCE TRANSFER FOR COURSE WORK?

Yes, Central Penn offers lifelong learning credits for qualified students in both our undergraduate and graduate degree programs. Contact an admissions counselor for more information.

HOW MANY CREDITS ARE REQUIRED TO EARN A DEGREE?

Associate degrees range from 62-79 credits, bachelor’s degrees require a minimum of 124 credits and master’s degrees require 33 credits.

WHAT IS THE MAXIMUM AMOUNT OF CREDITS CENTRAL PENN COLLEGE MAY ACCEPT?

75 toward a bachelor’s degree, 50 percent of the total required credits toward an associate degree, except for PTA/OTA.

WHAT IS BLOCK TRANSFER?

Block transfer allows you to transfer approximately 60 credits of your associate degree to a comparable bachelor’s degree. Check with your admissions counselor to see if your institution has a block transfer agreement with Central Penn.

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