Over 1,300 visitors strolled around Pennsylvania College of Technology's campus on Sunday, taking in the sights and celebrations of Accepted Student Day. Rolling out a figurative “Wildcat blue welcome carpet,” faculty and staff greeted and guided 477 accepted students and their eager supporters.
What a wonderful Wildcat world! Published 04.21.2024 Photos by Rob Hinkal, social media specialist News Campus Events Admissions Admissions Events Admissions & Events New Students Faculty & Staff Home Page contents As far as the eye can see – a sea of future Wildcats and their supporters on Accepted Student Day. Over 1,300 visitors strolled around Pennsylvania College of Technology's campus on Sunday, taking in the sights and celebrations of Accepted Student Day. Rolling out a figurative “Wildcat blue …

Although she has only been with the Pennsylvania College of Technology women’s softball program for less than four full seasons, coach Angela Stackhouse has become the quickest to reach 100 wins in any sport dating back to the mid-1960s. On Monday, Stackhouse reached the century mark in her 135th game.
Softball coach Stackhouse hits 100, breaks record Published 04.21.2024 News Athletics Wildcat Athletics Students Home Page contents Although she has only been with the Pennsylvania College of Technology women’s softball program for less than four full seasons, coach Angela Stackhouse has become the quickest to reach 100 wins in any sport dating back to the mid-1960s. On Monday, Stackhouse reached the century mark in her 135th game. Current baseball coach Chris Howard also reached 100 wins in his fourth …

The last "pop-up" employer information tables for Spring 2024 are lined up for the week of April 22. Career Services coordinates these opportunities for Penn College students to connect with potential employers for internships or jobs. Bring your resume and step up to the table.
Last pop-up tables before finals: April 22-24 Published 04.19.2024 News Career Services Employers Students Engineering Technologies Home Page contents The final "pop-up" employer information tables for Spring 2024 are lined up for the week of April 22. Career Services coordinates these opportunities for Penn College students to connect with potential employers for internships or jobs. Bring your resume and step up to the table:  Sherwood Freightliner – 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Monday, April 22, Foley Hydraulics …

A collective effort incorporating the talents of Pennsylvania College of Technology students, staff and faculty, as well as expertise and services from regional companies, is preparing the school to host Baja SAE Williamsport, May 16-19. The renowned international competition will feature 108 collegiate teams and approximately 1,000 participants, representing 34 states, Brazil and Canada.
Penn College prepares to host international competition Published 04.19.2024 News Baja SAE Baja SAE Competition Diesel Truck, Heavy Equipment & Power Generation Students Home Page contents Pennsylvania College of Technology students and faculty place timber mats to serve as a bridge over a crossing for the Baja SAE Williamsport endurance course. The rugged 1.1-mile course will test the limits of the single-seat, all-terrain cars that teams have spent months building for the competition. A collective effort …

Making connections on campus, in the community and with self care was the focus of the third annual Wildcat Wellness Fair. Held recently on a rainy April day, the popular event provided a refuge in the Bush Campus Center for weather-weary, kindred-craving Penn College students and employees.
Wellness Fair creates connections, builds community Published 04.19.2024 Photos by Matt Deane, student photographer News Campus Events Business, Arts & Sciences Events Business, Arts & Sciences Students Faculty & Staff Counseling Services Student Activities Home Page contents Making connections on campus, in the community and with self care was the focus of the third annual Wildcat Wellness Fair. Held recently on a rainy April day, the popular event provided a refuge in the Bush Campus Center for …

Sen. Nick Miller, a Democrat whose 14th senatorial district comprises portions of Lehigh and Northampton counties, visited Penn College Thursday, taking in a variety of instructional areas along with members of his staff, college administrators, and state Sen. Gene Yaw (R-23), who chairs the Penn College Board of Directors, and his staff. Coincidentally, Miller’s campus call overlapped with a visit by Christine M. Martin, president of PPL Electric Utilities, and other PPL employees.
Lehigh Valley senator, PPL president tour Penn College labs Published 04.18.2024 Photos by Cindy D. Meixel, writer/editor-Penn College News News Community Connections Engineering Technologies Clean Energy Center News Industry Partnerships Industry Connections Home Page contents Bradley M. Webb (left), dean of engineering technologies, leads the tour through Penn College’s impressive electrical technology labs, including the Programmable Logic Controller Lab. From right: Michael J. Reed, college president; …

Michael Stefan has begun his service on the Pennsylvania College of Technology Board of Directors. Stefan, vice president for government and community relations at Penn State, succeeds Zack Moore, who had served on the board since June 2021. Stefan was appointed to the Penn College Board by the Corporation for Penn State.
New director takes seat on Penn College Board Published 04.18.2024 News Home Page contents Michael Stefan has begun his service on the Pennsylvania College of Technology Board of Directors. Stefan, vice president for government and community relations at Penn State, succeeds Zack Moore, who had served on the board since June 2021. Moore stepped down as vice president for government and community relations at Penn State on Feb. 2 following seven years in the position. Michael Stefan Stefan was appointed to …

The Pennsylvania College of Technology Board of Directors on Thursday approved a contract with a firm to provide auditing services, welcomed a new member and heard about faculty promotions and new/retired academic majors.
Board welcomes new member, engages auditing firm, hears reports Published 04.18.2024 News Faculty & Staff Students Home Page contents The Pennsylvania College of Technology Board of Directors on Thursday approved a contract with a firm to provide auditing services, welcomed a new member and heard about faculty promotions and new/retired academic majors. In the lone action item, the board authorized the appointment of Baker Tilly to perform audit services for the college for the fiscal year ending June 30, …

The Penn College community raised more than $1,000 for The Cupboard during Dining Services’ first Race Against Hunger. Held in CC Commons, the fundraiser played off the fun of the upcoming Kentucky Derby.
Dining Services' first 'Race Against Hunger' raises $1K for The Cupboard Published 04.18.2024 Photos by Matt Deane, student photographer, and Noelle B. Bloom, assistant direcotr of dining services, unless credited News Students Giving Dining Services Home Page contents The Deby themed menu: On left, the “Kentucky Hot Brown”: an open-face turkey sandwich with bacon and Morray sauce (a cream sauce with grated cheese). On right: Savory side dishes: dill potato salad and deviled eggs. Photos by Noelle B. …

The annual Student Government Association Silent Auction kicks off Friday, April 19 at noon. Items up for bid can be viewed in the Campus Center Lobby, but bids must be placed online.
SGA Silent Auction kicks off at noon Friday Published 04.18.2024 News Students Events Home Page contents The annual Student Government Association Silent Auction kicks off Friday, April 19, at noon. Items up for bid can be viewed in the Campus Center Lobby, but bids must be placed online . To register, text sga2024 to 243725. Around 30 items – from baskets to gift certificates and hand-crafted items to experiences – have been donated by supporters across the Penn College and Greater Williamsport community …