College Profile: Central Penn College
Central Penn College is America's largest career-oriented college located in the suburban Harrisburg, Pennsylvania neighborhood of Summerdale, Pennsylvania. Established in 1881, Central Penn, formerly known as Central Pennsylvania Business School, officially changed its name in 1999 to better characterize the diversity of the school's academic programs. Central Penn offers two-year associate's degree and three- and four-year bachelor's degree programs to its students. The college offers on-campus housing, but about 60 percent of the school’s students commute. The school’s library, the Charles T. Jones Library, features a learning resource center open to the public. A swimming pool,basketball and volleyball courts and picnic areas also are features of the drug- and alcohol-free campus. The college is accredited by the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools.
Central Penn College will provide a quality education that prepares its graduates for employment or advancement in their field, and/or the pursuit of advanced degrees.
career placement is not guaranteed.
financial aid is only available for those who qualify.
Central Penn College, accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education, emerged from a business school, earning its new status and name in April 1999 after the Pennsylvania Department of Education authorized the Associate in Science and Associate in Applied Science Degrees.
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