If you want to advance in your career, gain new skills for the workplace, or enrich your personal life by learning new things, consider enrolling in a professional development class. What type of class are you looking for?
- DNA for Business
Credit and non-credit courses, seminars, and customized training for businesses are offered through Workforce Development.
Academic Affairs ensures that the College's academic programs and learning environment support the mission to provide students with opportunities to develop intellectually, ethically, socially, culturally, and personally.
The Academic Calendar contains the semester calendar with key instructional dates.
The Academic Success Center provides free services that foster academic success and personal development: tutoring, study skills, a writing center, and mentoring.
The College Store provides outstanding value through the products and services offered to our students.
Career Services provides services tailored to your career development needs from choosing a major, getting ready to interview for your dream job, or applying for graduate school.
The ESL credit program prepares students to improve their English in order to successfully participate in college classes and community situations.
The Madigan Library houses a collection of more than 100,000 items in support of the curriculum, including electronic collections supporting the curriculum of about 45 programs.
Penn College NOW is a program that allows high school students to earn Penn College credits through dual enrollment.
Quality Through Assessment (QTA) collects, interprets, shares, and reports on information and data, focusing on student learning outcomes.
Earn credits, experience other countries, meet new people, travel overseas, and add to your resume - all while being a Penn College student on a study abroad program!