Given current travel restrictions, we're working high schools and partners to host and participate in virtual visits to meet people like you.
We’re so excited you’re considering Penn College. Just follow the steps below to find out what to submit and when. And if you need some help, your Admissions Counselor will be there for you along the way.
There are two ways that we accept applications. Choose the option that makes sense for you. You only need to submit one application. There is never a fee to apply.
Our institutional application is for everyone. Whether you’re enrolling directly after high school, have taken a gap year, are coming from the the military, or are an adult learner attending college for the first time.
First-time students can also apply using the Common App. This is a time-saving option for those students applying to multiple institutions.
Ask your school counselor to submit your current high school transcript, even if you don't have final grades for this semester. After you graduate, submit your official, final transcript with proof of graduation date.
Ask your former high school to submit your official, final transcript with proof of graduation date.
If you completed a GED, submit your official GED transcript confirming receipt of a state diploma. You can obtain your official GED transcript through the Department of Education in the state from which your GED was received. In Pennsylvania, use www.diplomasender.com.
Official HiSET high school equivalency credentials, as determined by your state's department of education, are also accepted.
Students from the state of Pennsylvania may show proof of graduation through one of three ways, from:
Proof of graduation for students from outside the state of Pennsylvania will be evaluated based on the requirements specific to their state legislation.
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Admissions, DIF 119
Pennsylvania College of Technology
One College Ave.
Williamsport, PA 17701
Materials can be sent through an electronic sending service such as Naviance or SCOIR.
Our programs are rigorous, which is why you’ll need to show you're up for the challenge. Think of it as an assessment of your current skills in math to determine your best path forward to succeed in your intended major.
We are currently accepting applications for Spring and Fall 2024.
For information on submitting an application after the stated deadlines, please contact the Admissions Office at 570.327.4761 or email@example.com.
Once you're accepted and meet placement requirements, you'll be ready to seal the deal.
Degree-seeking students accepted for the Spring 2024 semester from August 1 to October 1 must confirm their intent to enroll by November 1.
Degree-seeking students accepted for the Spring 2024 semester on or after October 2 must confirm their intent to enroll ASAP.
Degree-seeking students accepted for the Fall 2024 semester from August 1 to March 31 must confirm their intent to enroll by May 1.
Degree-seeking students accepted for the Fall 2024 semester from April 1 to June 14 must confirm their intent to enroll by July 1.
Degree-seeking students accepted for the Fall 2024 semester from June 15 to July 1 must confirm their intent to enroll by July 15.
Degree-seeking students accepted for the Fall 2024 semester on or after July 2 must confirm their intent to enroll ASAP.
Explore everything we have to offer during this on-campus event. Start your day by touring up to two academic areas. Then, choose the stops that matter to you most. Tour housing, grab a bite to eat, chat with offices across campus, and so much more.
Explore each of the academic spaces where you'll put knowledge into practice and take in the full campus experience.
While we won't be able to accommodate walk-in registrations, advanced registration secures your spot.
Saturday, October 78:30 AM - 3:00 PM Eastern Time (U.S.)
Sunday, November 58:30 AM - 3:00 PM Eastern Time (U.S.)
The way we see it, applying shouldn't be your most difficult college assignment. Our admissions counselors specialize in situations like yours – we'll talk you through the process.