The Penn College Fund

Penn College Students

The Penn College Fund is comprised of hundreds of annual gifts from Pennsylvania College of Technology's loyal alumni, employees, retirees, and friends. These contributions provide scholarship support, purchase state-of-the-art lab equipment, and fund student travel to provide hands-on experiences in real-world environments.

Make a gift

Personalize Your Gift

DESIGNATE YOUR GIFT to support an area of the College that you feel passionate about such as:

  • Scholarship support
  • Unrestricted use (where institutional need is greatest)
  • An academic school or program of study
  • Athletics

Make a TRIBUTE GIFT to honor or memorialize someone dear to you, such as a family member, friend, co-worker, student, faculty member, or mentor. Contact us to establish a specific memorial fund.

You may be able to double, or even triple, the value of your contribution if you or your spouse are employed by a company that offers a MATCHING GIFT PROGRAM. Ask about a matching gift program at your employer's human resources or benefits department, complete the matching gift form, and send it to us. Or, let us know where you work and we will tell you how to acquire the necessary forms.

Contact Us

Pennsylvania College of Technology
Office of Annual Giving, DIF 62
One College Avenue
Williamsport, PA 17701-5799

E-mail the Office of Annual Giving

Phone: 1-866-GIVE-2-PC (toll-free)

Annual Giving Society
1914 Society

Read about the 1914 Society →

Give Your Time & Talent

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degrees that work.

Christina Robidoux, ’13, Applied Human Services

Christina Robidoux, ’13, Applied Human Services

Christina is a counselor at the Williamsport Family Medical Center. She counsels individuals and families struggling with substance addiction, mainly heroin and opioid use, in an outpatient setting. The sense of ethical practice and the value placed on continual learning experienced at Penn College continues to guide Christina’s professional life. College professors challenged her to work through all situations and provided hands-on experiences to enhance the theory they taught. Two professors encouraged Christina to consider graduate school. This encouragement gave Christina the confidence she needed to continue her education in the field. She is a graduate student in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Lock Haven University. She is passionate about her field and excited at the possibilities that exist through professional growth; a growth that transforms into helping more of her clients achieve success.

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