Residence Halls and Campus Services
Banking – An automated teller (ATM) is located in the lobby of the Bush Campus Center.
College Health Services – Medical services are provided by the staff of the College Health Services located in the Bush Campus Center. All injuries must be reported to College Health Services as soon as possible for medical attention. If you wish to see the College doctor, you must call ahead for an appointment.
Computer Services – Each apartment has access to the Internet through the campus network. You will need to provide your own personal computer to access the network.
Disability Services – The College encourages qualified persons with disabilities to participate in its programs and activities. If you anticipate needing any type of accommodations or have questions about the physical access provided, please contact Disability Services at ext. 7803 in advance of your participation or visit.
Laundry Facilities – Laundry facilities are provided in each complex for residents to use. The cost of operating the machines has been included in the cost of housing so that residents may use the machines without needing to insert quarters or slide a card. All of the washing machines are front loading washing machines and require that High Efficiency (HE) detergent be used.
Mail Service– Mail and Document Services provides post office services to campus! Students can purchase stamps, get change of address forms, and pick up packages that are too large to fit in their residence hall mail box or are sent to by a carrier other than the U.S. Postal Service.
Once a package has been received, the student will receive an e-mail in their Penn College account. Packages can be picked up Monday through Friday, 8 a.m.- 4:30 p.m. in ATHS, Room E136 with student ID card. For more information, e-mail email@example.com or call ext. 7303 from a campus phone. Note: packages not picked up within three weeks will be returned to the sender.
Penn College offers U.S. Postal Service delivery to each residence hall. Mail can be received by addressing it as follows:
- Campus View Apartments – Student's Name; 203 College Avenue, SMC#; Williamsport, PA 17701
- Rose Street Commons:
- Clinton Hall – Student's Name; 229 College Avenue, SMC#; Williamsport, PA 17701
- Dauphin Hall– Student's Name; 200 Rose Street, SMC#; Williamsport, PA 17701
- Delaware Hall – Student's Name; 233 College Avenue, SMC#; Williamsport, PA 17701
- Juniata Hall – Student's Name; 225 College Avenue, SMC#; Williamsport, PA 17701
- Lancaster Hall – Student's Name; 250 Rose Street, SMC#; Williamsport, PA 17701
- York Hall – Student's Name; 230 Rose Street, SMC#; Williamsport, PA 17701
- The Village at Penn College – Student's Name; 1030 West Third St., SMC#; Williamsport, PA 17701
The Student Mail Center Number (SMC#) can be found on the Student Information Service (SIS) account. You should NOT include "Penn College" or the name of the Residence Hall on student mail.
Parking – Parking for students residing in College Housing is provided in designated lots (Orange or Yellow). All residents who wish to park on-campus must purchase a resident parking permit and have it displayed on the car's rearview mirror when parked. Parking tags are available for purchase through the Student Information System. Students may only park in color-coded parking lots that match their parking tag. Parking is strictly enforced and unpaid fines double after 20 days. Grades and transcripts are held until all such financial obligations are satisfied.
Penn College Recycles – The College has a recycling program and all members of the campus community are encouraged to participate. Receptacles are placed throughout campus for convenient disposal of aluminum cans, glass, white and colored paper, and computer paper. Certain departments also coordinate recycling of materials specific to their operations. Remember that participation in this program, developed in coordination with Lycoming County, saves the College money and is beneficial to the environment.
Storage – The College does not supply storage space to residents. Between the fall and spring semesters, you may keep your belongings, at your own risk, in your apartment. During the summer sessions, all belongings must be removed.
Television Cable – Cable service is included in the cost of housing. The College's cable service provider is Campus Televideo. Residents receive 98 digital and 12 high definition channels. To receive television service you must have a television that is capable of receiving a digital signal or purchase an digital to analog converter box. More information on Campus Televideo, the channel lineup, and converter boxes visit the Penn College Campus Televideo website.