College Profile: Central Penn College
Central Penn's mission is to provide an education that prepares its graduates to obtain employment in their chosen field, continue their education and be contributing members of society.
Central Penn College opens opportunities to students from a variety of academic backgrounds by providing the education needed for employment and advancement in their fields.
Central Penn is a career-oriented, baccalaureate, residential college in the suburbs of Harrisburg Pennsylvania. Accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education, our standards for excellence are high and our graduates are in demand. Since 1881, we have remained dedicated to providing a hands-on education in a real-world setting taught by experienced, caring faculty.
With more than 20 bachelors degrees, associate degrees and certificate programs, our students enjoy the variety and flexibility of our academic programs whether they want to hone their skills or earn a degree.
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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