The Student & Administrative Services Center is the first stop for many students at Penn College to meet with Admissions, Financial Aid, or a LEAP Center Adviser.
More than a place to find books and conduct research, the Madigan Library houses a collection of more than 100,000 items in support of the curriculum, including electronic collections supporting the curriculum of about 45 programs.
The Bush Campus Center is home to Student Activities, College Health Services, Disability & Access Resources, Counseling, the Fitness Center, CC Commons dining, The College Store, and the College’s studio arts and graphic design programs.
An historic Williamsport icon, Penn College’s longest standing building is home to the School of Business, Arts, & Sciences, faculty offices, the Emergency Medical Services/Paramedic lab, and a gorgeous dome-ceilinged two-level auditorium.
The Advanced Technology & Health Sciences Center is home to the School of Nursing & Health Sciences and provides classroom and lab space for programs across several schools: nursing, dental hygiene, plastics & polymer technology, business, information technology, and cybersecurity among others.
The Lifelong Education Center is home to our School of Engineering Technologies, as well as various labs for biology, chemistry, architecture, drafting and CAD, baking, and culinary arts. Here, you’ll also find the Children's Learning Center, Keystone Dining Room , and Le Jeune Chef Restaurant, the College’s student-operated casual-fine dining facility
The Building Technologies Center is home to several large labs for carpentry, concrete science, plumbing, and HVAC.
College Avenue labs is home to some of our largest labs and provides space for our Automated Manufacturing, Civil Engineering & Surveying, Collision Repair & Restoration, and Engineering & Industrial Design Technology programs.
The Metal Trades Center house labs for tool and die making, metal trades, and welding, which will more than double in size in 2019.
The Electrical technologies Center houses the labs and classrooms for the College's electrical programs.
The Physician Assistant Center provides dedicated space for the College's Physician Assistant combined bachelor/master of science program.
The Center for Business & Workforce Development is the home to Workforce Development, the Electronics & Computer Engineering Technologies program, the Innovative Manufacturers' Center, and the Williamsport/Lycoming Keystone Innovation Zone.
The Construction Masonry Building features a large, open lab area dedicated to the masonry concentration of the College's Building Construction program and reflects the latest in green technologies.
The Automotive Technology Center houses the several large automotive labs featuring partnerships with Honda PACT.
The Professional Development Center is an excellent setting for special events, from meetings, conferences, and seminars to management retreats, parties, and wedding receptions.
Le Jeune Chef Restaurant, the College's student-operated casual-fine dining facility, offers a gourmet menu and features the area's most extensive wine list.
The Victorian House—designed by architectural technology graduate Mark E. Kessler and constructed with assistance from Penn College students, faculty, and staff—hosts special guests to campus, including visiting chefs, lecturers, and prominent figures for overnights stays.
Rose Street Commons offers first-year students various traditional and apartment-style residential options in six residence halls.
The 13-building Village at Penn College complex offers students safe and secure apartment style housing with access to many of the College's academic buildings.