There's no one way to transfer. And every situation is unique.
Make Your Move
if either of the following apply to you, you’re considered a transfer student at Penn College:
- You took college classes after high school, but didn't earn a degree.
- You completed an associate's degree or higher.
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Ask all previously attended colleges to send your official transcripts to the Admissions Office at Penn College. An official transcript must come directly from the previous college to Penn College.
If you’re still enrolled at another college or university, send us a partial, unofficial transcript showing your in-progress coursework now. This can be a screenshot of your current transcript, as long as it shows your name, school name, courses you’re enrolled in or have completed, and grades, if applicable. Then before you enroll have your school send us an official, final transcript reflecting all completed coursework and your earned degree, if applicable.
High School/GED Transcript
If you have not completed an associate’s degree or higher at the time of application to Penn College, we will also need one of the following:
- Your high school transcript. Ask your former high school to submit your official, final transcript with proof of graduation date.
- 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.
- Your Official HiSET high school equivalency credentials, as determined by your state's department of education.
Where to Have Materials Sent
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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 like Parchment, eSCRIPTS, or National Student Clearinghouse.
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 and English to determine your best path forward to succeed in your intended major. If you've earned an associate’s degree or higher, you are exempt from the English placement test. And like many transfer students, you might already meet placement requirements through transfer credit.
We are currently accepting applications for Fall 2022. Our Spring 2023 application opens on August 1.
For information on submitting an application after the stated deadlines, please contact the Admissions Office at 570.327.4761 or email@example.com.
Intent to Enroll Deadlines
Once you're accepted and meet placement requirements, you'll be ready seal the deal.
Degree-seeking students accepted for the Spring 2022 semester must confirm their intent to enroll as soon as possible after acceptance, but no later than the Friday prior to the start of the semester.
Degree-seeking students students accepted for the Fall 2022 semester must confirm their intent to enroll by August 12.
Whatever your reasons for thinking about a transfer, you're not alone.
Meet just a few of the students who found Penn College the right fit for them.
Took advantage of an associate’s to bachelor’s degree transfer agreement
Completed a semester away from home, but found her way back to Williamsport.
Nursing & Health Sciences
Stumbled upon Penn College while looking for the next step
Sampled the options, and settled into the Wildcat community
Your Guide to Transfer Success
If you made the future by hand, would it be different from today? Would it be more thoughtful, imaginative, and intuitive? Would it work better for more people throughout the world? If you put more into today, could you get more out of tomorrow? If you create your future at Pennsylvania College of Technology, the answer is yes.
Applied Technology Studies
Bachelor of Science Degree (B.S.)
Bachelor of Science Degree (B.S.)
Applied Health Studies
Bachelor of Science Degree (B.S.), Online
Advanced & Alternative Credit
Depending on experience and preparation, transfer students have the opportunity to earn additional credit above and beyond that earned at previous colleges.
Penn College Transfer Student Scholarship
You may be eligible for a renewable scholarship when you transfer to Penn College.
Bring your financial aid with you!
Transferring your financial aid to Penn College is easy.
We're here to help
The way we see it, applying shouldn't be your most difficult college assignment. Our transfer-specific admissions counselors specialize in situations like yours—we'll help you throughout the transfer process.
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