A unique viewing experience unfolds for visitors to The Gallery at Penn College during its summer exhibition – “Books Undone 2: The Art of Altered Books,” opening May 30 and on display through July 21. The national juried exhibit showcases 64 works by 41 artists from 20 states. A reception is set for 2 to 5 p.m., Sunday, June 2, in the gallery on the third floor of the Madigan Library at Pennsylvania College of Technology.
National juried exhibition of altered books at college gallery Published 05.20.2024 News The Gallery at Penn College Library Community Home Page contents “Books Undone 2: The Art of Altered Books,” on display May 30-July 21 at The Gallery at Penn College, will feature 64 works, including these three pieces (from left: No. 1, No. 5 and No. 4) from Carole Kunstadt’s “Pressing On – Homage to Hannah More” series. The works incorporate antique sad irons, linen thread, paper: pages by Hannah More dated 1791; 7 …

A leading national provider of building technology and energy solutions is investing in students at Pennsylvania College of Technology. Climatec LLC has established a $2,000 annual scholarship that will give students the opportunity to begin or advance their education in building technologies. A Corporate Tomorrow Maker, Climatec is the largest privately owned building technologies provider in the nation.
Climatec establishes Penn College scholarship Published 05.20.2024 News External Scholarships Students Industry Partners Building Automation Engineering Engineering Technologies Corporate Tomorrow Makers Home Page contents A leading national provider of building technology and energy solutions is investing in students at Pennsylvania College of Technology. Climatec LLC has established a $2,000 annual scholarship that will give students the opportunity to begin or advance their education in building …

With the launch of Anthology Student today, we mark another major milestone for Operation Catalyst, our digital transformation project. Most of the core student-supporting functions of the AS400 and SIS are being replaced, with others soon to follow. For specifics on Anthology Student functionality, please see our Knowledge Base articles Anthology Student for Students and Anthology Student for Faculty.
Anthology Student launches today! Published 05.20.2024 News Students New Students Faculty & Staff Home Page contents With the launch of Anthology Student today, we mark another major milestone for Operation Catalyst , our digital transformation project. Most of the core student-supporting functions of the AS400 and SIS are being replaced, with others soon to follow. For specifics on Anthology Student functionality, please see our Knowledge Base articles Anthology Student for Students and Anthology Student …

The exhilarating world of off-road racing captivated competitors and fans at Baja SAE Williamsport, hosted by Pennsylvania College of Technology May 16-19. Attracting 102 collegiate engineering teams from across the U.S., Canada and Brazil, the event concluded Sunday afternoon with an awards ceremony following the competition’s signature event, the four-hour endurance race. Penn College's team finished an impressive fourth in the final contest and 10th overall.
Baja event thrills; Penn College finishes fourth in endurance Published 05.19.2024 Photos by Alexandra Butler, photographer/photo editor, and Rob Hinkal, social media specialist (unless otherwise noted) News Baja SAE Baja SAE Competition Students Alumni News Alumni Experience Donors Faculty & Staff Community Campus Events Home Page contents Getting a little mud on the tires, Baja SAE Williamsport did not disappoint in unique course designs, beautiful vistas and hospitality. The exhilarating world of …

Over the past week, three Pennsylvania College of Technology spring sports teams got a taste at the top, two (men’s golf and women’s softball) in NCAA Division III national and regional competitions, respectively, and the third (archery) at the outdoor national championships as the 2023-24 athletic seasons came to a close.
Spring sports: It's a Wrap! Published 05.19.2024 News Wildcat Athletics Athletics Students Home Page contents Over the past week, three Pennsylvania College of Technology spring sports teams got a taste at the top, two (men’s golf and women’s softball) in NCAA Division III national and regional competitions, respectively, and the third (archery) at the outdoor national championships as the 2023-24 athletic seasons came to a close. GOLF As the United East Champion, Penn College entered the national …

Pennsylvania College of Technology has announced its Spring 2024 graduates.
Spring 2024 graduates announced at Penn College Published 05.17.2024 News Alumni News Home Page contents Pennsylvania College of Technology has announced its Spring 2024 graduates. ( Spring 2024 Dean's List ) A Dylan Christopher Abernathy , Wellsboro, Associate of Applied Science, Building Construction Technology Sarah Lynn Acel , Franklin, Associate of Applied Science, Dental Hygiene, High Honors Brian J. Adams , Southampton, Bachelor of Science, Construction Management, Magna Cum Laude Caleb John Albaugh …

Pennsylvania College of Technology has released its Spring 2024 Dean's List.
Penn College issues Spring 2024 dean's list Published 05.17.2024 News Students Alumni News Home Page contents Pennsylvania College of Technology has released its Spring 2024 Dean's List. ( Spring 2024 graduates ) A Reese M. Abbe , Newtown, Bachelor of Science, Automotive Technology Management Dylan C. Abernathy , Wellsboro, Associate of Applied Science, Building Construction Technology Jordan K. Ace , Franklin, Bachelor of Science, Bachelor of Architecture Sarah L. Acel , Franklin, Associate of Applied …

Day one of Baja SAE Williamsport kicked off on Thursday with ideal spring weather and high spirits, as the 100+ teams made their way from Penn College's main campus in Williamsport to the competition venue at the college's Heavy Construction Equipment Operations Site in Brady Township. There, teams registered, settled into their paddocks, socialized with fellow competitors, and took their cars to SAE's tech inspection and engine check stations.
Day one of Baja SAE Williamsport is a success Published 05.16.2024 Photos by Alexandra Butler, photographer/photo editor; Rob Hinkal, social media specialist; Cindy D. Meixel, writer/editor - Penn College News News Baja SAE Baja SAE Competition Students Home Page contents Baja SAE teams from across the U.S., Canada and Brazil, settle into their paddocks at Penn College's Heavy Construction Equipment Operations Site on day one of Baja SAE Williamsport. Competition action occurs on Saturday and Sunday and is …

WNEP-TV’s Mackenzie Aucker immersed herself in Baja SAE Williamsport on Thursday. The reporter walked the paddock areas where she saw teams representing colleges and universities from throughout the United States, as well as Canada and Brazil. Be sure to view Aucker’s story for the ABC affiliate!
WNEP-TV visits Baja SAE Williamsport Published 05.16.2024 Photos by Tom Speicher, writer/video producer News Baja SAE Baja SAE Competition Students Home Page contents WNEP-TV’s Mackenzie Aucker immersed herself in Baja SAE Williamsport on Thursday. The reporter walked the paddock areas where she saw teams representing colleges and universities from throughout the United States, as well as Canada and Brazil. She spent the most time with the Penn College Baja team and interviewed captain Marshall W. Fowler. …

The largest U.S.-based manufacturer of industry-leading drying, conveying and complete materials-handling systems for the plastics industry has extended its commitment to Pennsylvania College of Technology. Novatec Inc. renewed its entrustment agreement with Penn College for equipment used in the school’s renowned polymer engineering program.
Company renews commitment to Penn College Published 05.16.2024 News Industry Partners Polymer Engineering Engineering Technologies Students Industry Connections Home Page contents Novatec Inc. has renewed an entrustment agreement with Pennsylvania College of Technology, providing equipment valued at approximately $50,000 for the college’s polymer engineering program. The largest U.S.-based manufacturer of industry-leading drying, conveying and complete materials-handling systems for the plastics industry …