Career Services for you
Did you know alumni receive the same Career Services benefits offered to current students?
Reevaluate your career options.
If you are reevaluating your career options, the following resources and programs — available to students and alumni alike — can help.
Advance your current career.
If you are ready to move up, move on, or explore new horizons, Career Services can support your search with services that include:
Have you ever heard the saying that it's not what you know, it's who you know? This is your chance to meet other alumni and expand your professional network.
Get ready to get ahead.
Graduate school seminars
Are you in the dark about graduate school? Let us enlighten you!
The seminar provides students basic graduate school information including:
- fundamental requirements on GPA
- the need for testing such as the GRE, GMAT, LSAT, etc.
- application timing
- academic preparation
Resources provided during the seminar include information in the library, Internet sites, and counseling opportunities. Call the Career Services Office at
Penn College offers a wide variety of bachelor-degree options, including online degrees for those of you who already have an associate’s degree. Find the bachelor’s degree that’s right for you.
Workforce Development & Continuing Education at Penn College customizes and delivers innovative, cost-effective, professional development and training for industrial, business, computer, plastics, healthcare, and energy sectors.
Access your lifetime email anytime from anywhere. If you graduated prior to 2010, contact the Alumni Relations Office to request your lifetime account. If you graduated during or after 2010 you can log-in.
Penn College Endowed Alumni Scholarship
Your children and grandchildren are eligible to receive this scholarship as long as they are enrolled full-time at Penn College, are eligible for financial aid, and meet certain GPA requirements. Encourage your eligible family members to apply by completing the scholarship application each year.
Alumni Referral Program
Do you know a student who would benefit from a Penn College education? As a Penn College alumnus/alumna, you have the opportunity to support your alma mater by referring a student to the College. You’ll feel good about promoting your education to the community and offering financial assistance to applicants! Complete an alumni referral and have the student include it with a completed application for admission; the applicant’s $150 tuition deposit will be waived.
Penn College Magazine
o See how Penn College students, employees and alumni are solving problems and changing their communities on the pages of Penn College Magazine. Subscribe to receive it by mail or email.
You may become a member of the Madigan Library at no cost. When you request your membership, be sure to select "I am Affiliated." Alumni privileges include checking out a limited number of materials from the large collection of books and media, and in-library access to more than 90 databases.
If you have attended Penn College or WACC since 1980, you can request transcripts:
- online through the Student Information System (SIS) under the Academic Information heading (SIS login required)
- by completing the Transcript Request Form (PDF) and faxing, mailing, or delivering it to the Registrar's Office.
- electronic transcript delivery (for a fee of $5) is available directly through Credentials Inc.
If you attended Williamsport Technical Institute or Williamsport Area Community College prior to 1980, complete the Transcript Request Form (PDF) and fax, mail, or deliver it to the Registrar's Office.
Duplicate diplomas are issued by the Registrar’s Office. Contact the Registrar’s Office with any additional questions.