Students at Pennsylvania College of Technology will see no increase in their tuition or educational fees for 2024-25. Penn College’s Board of Directors today approved a 2024-25 operating budget of $127 million that holds the line on tuition costs for students.
Penn College passes 2024-25 budget with no tuition increase Published 06.27.2024 News Announcements Tuition and Fees Students Admissions Home Page contents Pennsylvania College of Technology’s Board of Directors approved a 2024-25 budget calling for no increase in tuition or educational fees. Students at Pennsylvania College of Technology will see no increase in their tuition or educational fees for 2024-25. Penn College’s Board of Directors today approved a 2024-25 operating budget of $127 million that …

The Community Arts Center, owned and operated by Pennsylvania College of Technology, will be known as Journey Bank Community Arts Center for at least a decade, beginning July 1, 2025. The Penn College Board of Directors approved the naming action during its June 27 meeting, authorizing senior administration to negotiate a contract that will include a 10-year, temporary renaming of the renowned regional performing arts venue.
Community Arts Center to have new name through 2035 Published 06.27.2024 Photo by Steve Bagwell News Announcements Community Arts Center Community Home Page contents The Community Arts Center in Williamsport will be known as Journey Bank Community Arts Center for at least a decade, beginning July 1, 2025. The Pennsylvania College of Technology Board of Directors approved the new name during its June 27 meeting, authorizing senior administration to negotiate a contract that will include a 10-year, temporary …

Alison A. Diehl has been appointed vice president for workforce development at Pennsylvania College of Technology. Diehl’s hiring was approved June 27 by the Penn College Board of Directors. She has been serving as executive director of the college’s Clean Energy Center since November 2023; she begins her new duties on Aug. 5.
College names vice president for workforce development Published 06.27.2024 News Announcements Our People Workforce Development Clean Energy Center News Penn College at Wellsboro PIRC Home Page contents Alison A. Diehl has been appointed vice president for workforce development at Pennsylvania College of Technology. Diehl’s hiring was approved June 27 by the Penn College Board of Directors. She has been serving as executive director of the college’s Clean Energy Center since November 2023; she begins her …

The Pennsylvania College of Technology Board of Directors on Thursday approved the college’s 2024-25 budget, authorized the hiring of a vice president for workforce development and OK’d a naming-rights agreement for the Community Arts Center with Journey Bank.
Board OKs budget, VP hiring, CAC naming-rights Published 06.27.2024 News Faculty & Staff Students Home Page contents The Pennsylvania College of Technology Board of Directors on Thursday approved the college’s 2024-25 budget , authorized the hiring of a vice president for workforce development and OK’d a naming-rights agreement for the Community Arts Center with Journey Bank. The operating budget is $127 million and includes no increase in tuition or educational fees. The total budget – which includes …

The polymer technology workforce received a boost, thanks to recent training hosted by the Plastics Innovation & Resource Center at Pennsylvania College of Technology.
Penn College thermoforming training enhances workforce Published 06.26.2024 News Workforce Development PIRC Polymer Engineering Engineering Technologies Home Page contents The polymer technology workforce received a boost, thanks to recent training hosted by the Plastics Innovation & Resource Center at Pennsylvania College of Technology. The Hands-On Thermoforming Workshop covered the basics of thermoforming – one of the major industrial plastics processes – for 20 participants, representing 13 companies, …

With Monday night’s thrilling 2-1 victory over the Edmonton Oilers in Game 7, the Florida Panthers earned their first Stanley Cup, and 2018 Penn College graphic design grad Austin Fulton earned an accompanying championship ring.
Graphic design grad earns championship ring Published 06.25.2024 News Graphic Design & Art Alumni News School of Business, Arts & Sciences News Home Page contents Austin Fulton '18, outside Amerant Bank Arena, home of the Florida Panthers NHL team. Fulton is the team's creative manager. With Monday night’s thrilling 2-1 victory over the Edmonton Oilers in Game 7, the Florida Panthers earned their first Stanley Cup, and 2018 Penn College graphic design grad Austin Fulton earned an accompanying championship …

A foundation supporting packaging and processing education throughout North America has awarded a $5,000 scholarship to a Pennsylvania College of Technology polymer engineering student.
Penn College polymer engineering student receives scholarship Published 06.24.2024 News Students School of Engineering Technologies News Scholarships External Scholarships Polymer Engineering Home Page contents A foundation supporting packaging and processing education throughout North America has awarded a $5,000 scholarship to a Pennsylvania College of Technology polymer engineering student. Morgan T. Bartholomew, of Etters, is one of six students to receive the PACK EXPO scholarship from the PMMI …

The Advanced Manufacturing Pre-Apprenticeship Program facilitated by Pennsylvania College of Technology continues to experience increased enrollment and engagement. Its most recent cohort featured 124 high school juniors and seniors from 21 public and private schools across the commonwealth. The longest-running registered pre-apprenticeship program in Pennsylvania, AMP enrollment numbers have doubled over the past two years.
Manufacturing pre-apprenticeship program continues growth Published 06.21.2024 Photos by Cindy D. Meixel, writer/editor-Penn College News News Workforce Development Faculty & Staff Students Campus Events Community K-12 Events Home Page contents The Advanced Manufacturing Pre-Apprenticeship Program facilitated by Pennsylvania College of Technology continues to experience increased enrollment and engagement. Its most recent cohort featured 124 high school juniors and seniors from 21 public and private …

It may be summer, but Penn College’s Diesel Performance Club and its 1959 B-61 Model Mack drag truck (nicknamed “Accelerated Learning”) are not taking any time off. They’re geared up for the East Coast Truck Nationals, set for this Saturday, June 22, at Numidia Dragway in Columbia County.
Diesel drag truck ready for East Coast Truck Nationals Published 06.20.2024 Photos courtesy of Mike McCracken, Beaver Springs Raceway News Diesel Truck, Heavy Equipment & Power Generation Engineering Technologies Clubs & Organizations Students Faculty & Staff Community Home Page contents In anticipation of the East Coast Truck Nationals, set for this Saturday, June 22 at Numidia Dragway in Columbia County, "Accelerated Learning," the 1959 B-61 Model Mack drag truck operated by Penn College's Diesel …

With the theme, “Strength through Collaboration,” Penn College hosted its second annual Juneteenth “Lunch & Learn” on Wednesday to honor the federal holiday. The sizable audience in Penn’s Inn included college employees, students and community members. The event highlighted the need for collaboration to achieve change, progress, equity, justice and quality education.
Juneteenth event reflects on 'Strength through Collaboration' Published 06.20.2024 Photos by Alexandra Butler, photographer/photo editor News Campus Events Campus and People Faculty & Staff Students Community Community Involvement Home Page contents The Penn College Lunch & Learn honors the Juneteenth legacy with a powerful reflection on the importance of "Strength through Collaboration." With the theme, “Strength through Collaboration,” Pennsylvania College of Technology hosted its second annual …