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Fall 2011 Featured Articles
A fluctuating economy challenges the institution to focus on its primany purpose: providing a quality educational experience for students.
New residence hall facilitates initiatives that, in early results, show better academic performance, higher student satisfaction, and fewer behavioral problems.
A fellow student's death galvanizes classmates to join in an unprecedented effort to raise funds to endow a scholarship in her name.
Penn College and the Penn College Foundation acknowledge contributions that support student scholarships and classroom instructional equipment.
- Video: Alumnus Relishes LLB World Series Assignment
- Sports Wrap-Up: Penn College Claims Third Chancellor's Cup
- Alumnus, Director Honored by Chamber
- Visiting Chef Dinner Features Alumni Chefs
- Fall Athletics End Season With 47-22 Record
- Alumnus Completes Service With AmeriCorps
- Garrett Book, Featured Student Annual Report 2009-10
- Bradley Stroup, Featured Student Annual Report 2009-10
- Jordan Pennypacker, Featured Student Annual Report 2009-10
Student ambassadors welcome players in the Little League Baseball World Series to Pennsylvania College of Technology. Since 2009, World Series teams have enjoyed a picnic meal – prepared by students and staff in the School of Hospitality – on campus prior to Williamsport's Grand Slam Parade, which officially kicks off the baseball championship series. Commemorative trading pins, designed by Sarah K. Patterson, '05, graphic designer in the College Information and Community Relations Office, mark the 2009, 2010 and 2011 events.
Penn College provides students with the most current equipment and technology, preparing them to play a leading role in business and industry. Members of the 1914 Society play a leading role in helping Penn College students earn a "degree that works."
The average unmet financial need of a Penn College student is $9,200 per year.
The average student loan debt for Penn College graduates is $29,000.
In 2010-11, members of the 1914 Society contributed $492,000 to Penn College, including $370,000 for student scholarships.
You hold the power to help a student earn a “degree that works” and turn energy, enthusiasm, knowledge and experience into a career that makes a difference for our nation and our world.
Penn College and the Penn College Foundation established 18 new scholarship funds in 2010-11. Read more