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Expand your horizon.

Interested in exploring courses beyond those offered at Penn College? With cross registration through Lycoming College, you can! Dive into all types of courses like foreign language, philosophy, religion, and theatre without leaving Williamsport.

Participation Guidelines

In order to participate, a Penn College student must:

  • Be enrolled on a full-time basis in an undergraduate program.
  • Have completed at least 12 credits of study at Penn College.
  • Have completed no more than 72 credits for certificate and A.A.S. and 136 for B.S., including transfer, cross-registration, and nontraditional credit.
  • Have a current GPA of 3.00 or better.
  • Take courses that satisfy a requirement within the major. Use the Transfer Course Equivalency Search Tool to verify.
  • Take only courses not offered at Penn College.
  • Complete the Cross Registration Request Form and obtain the signatures of the academic advisor, Vice President for Academic Affairs/Provost or designee, and the registrars of both colleges. The form is available in the Penn College Registrar's Office, Student and Administrative Services Center, Room 1020.

Restrictions & Responsibilities

  • Cross registered students are responsible for paying any special laboratory fees or charges.
  • During fall and spring semesters, students may take no more than two courses or one half of their semester credit load, whichever is higher, at Lycoming College.
  • During summer sessions, students may only cross-register if they are also taking at least 3 credits at Penn College during that term, and they may take no more than one course at Lycoming College.
  • Penn College students must abide Lycoming College's academic calendar in terms of closures, holidays, etc. for the courses taken at that institution. For example, if Lycoming College is in session while Penn College is on Spring Break, the student is responsible for attending the Lycoming College courses during that period.

Grading

Only courses completed with a D or higher will count toward graduation requirements. Grades earned in Lycoming College courses will count toward the student's semester and cumulative GPA at Penn College.

Ready to learn more?

Contact your academic school or the Registrar’s Office for additional information. Existing students can find details on the Registrar's myPCT Portal site.

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