PENNSYLVANIA COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY

United States, Pennsylvania

Affiliated with Pennsylvania State University is a public institute called Pennsylvania College of Technology, popularly known as Penn College, located in the city of Williamsport. The technical college was founded in 1914 and today it boasts a 98% graduation placement rate. It offers 100+ majors for undergraduate degrees, associate degrees, certificate courses, pre-college programs and online courses in the domain of Business, Arts and Science; Engineering Technologies; Nursing and Health Science. The college maintains an average class size of 11:1 student-faculty ratio. Wildcats, the varsity athletic team competes in National Collegiate Athletic Association’s Division III. The students at Penn College have benefits like global opportunities with partnered institute across the world, internships and employment support after completion of post-graduate education. The institute awards various types of scholarships, bursaries and financial aid to deserving students.

Campus Life

Nestled in the exquisite city of Williamsport is the campus of Pennsylvania College of Technology. The humongous 554-acre campus has 3 different schools are spread across the campuses in the city and nearby towns. The campuses are connected by the public transport facility making commute easy for students. Students can enjoy amazing recreational opportunities of cycling trails and beautiful caves. Penn College’s athletic department, famously known as Wildcats sponsors over 22 sports, 11 for men and 11 for women! The university provides on-campus and off-campus residence for its students. It provides a diverse and ethnocultural community that helps the students develop lifelong relations with other students. Various cafeterias and restaurants are located on campus where the students can enjoy a wide array of cuisines. For health and wellness, the university has the Wellness Centre that provides medical treatments like dental, therapy and counselling and routine check-ups to students.

Noted Alumni

The alumni community of Pennsylvania College of Technology has grown to 62,506 graduates for more than 100 years. Some of the famous graduate names include Jake Corman is Pennsylvania State Senator, Gary Haluska is PA representative, Tom Marino is US representative, Scott Wagner is a former Pennsylvania State Senator, the Republican nominee for Governor of Pennsylvania in the election of 2018.