Scholarships

You're committed to preparing for your career and your future. Penn College corporate partners, community members, employees, and alumni are committed to investing in your passion through scholarship support.

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One application , open each year between December 1 and March 1, is all that's needed to be considered for more than 300 unique Penn College Scholarships.

Scholarship application

Academic Area
Major
Semester
FT/PT

Pathways Scholarship

Requirements
  • Enrolled in one of the following majors:
    • Nursing, LPN to RN | A.A.S.
    • Paramedic Practice | Certificate
    • Paramedic Science | A.A.S.
  • Students who have previously completed their EMT coursework through Workforce Development at Penn College and are enrolled in the Paramedic Science, Paramedic Technician Associate degree, Paramedic Science Certificate, or corresponding Pre-Program; or
  • Students who have previously completed their LPN program through Workforce Development at Penn College and are enrolled in LPN-to-RN major, or corresponding Pre Program.
  • Enrolled full-time​  or part-time
Semester
  • Fall
  • Spring

Michael D. Eshbach Endowed Scholarship

Rev. Dr. and Mrs. Warren Eshbach
Requirements
  • Enrolled in any Paramedic major
  • Applied for and eligible for financial aid
  • Enrolled full-time
  • Be a first-year ​ , second-year ​ , third-year ​ , fourth-year ​ ,  or transfer student
Semester
  • Fall

Phillips Family Scholarship

Mrs. Annmarie S. Phillips
Requirements
  • Enrolled in any Business, Arts & Sciences ​  or Business & Hospitality Division ​  or Engineering Technologies ​  or Transportation Division major
  • First preference: Are employees of or dependent children of employees of Phillips Office Supply
  • Second preference: Second year student enrolled in any of listed majors
  • Graduate of a high school located in Lycoming County
  • Demonstrates dedication in their education
  • Applied for and eligible for financial aid
  • Enrolled full-time
  • Be a first-year ​ ,  or second-year student
Semester
  • Fall