Penn College Enrollment

The Pennsylvania College of Technology Dual Enrollment Option

Penn College Dual Enrollment  |  Penn College NOW Program

Through an alliance with Pennsylvania College of Technology, level 3 (12th grade) students have the opportunity to take one college level course per semester while in high school providing seats are available for a class related to the technical course the student is enrolled in at Lycoming Career & Technology Center.

To be eligible for this option, students must meet:

  • Penn College Pre-Admission requirements
  • Must be recommended by Instructor, Workforce Development Coordinator, Director, High School Principal, High School Counselor, and Parent/Guardian
  • Must have transportation to and from college
  • Must be covered under parent or school insurance
  • Must have good attendance and discipline record
  • Must provide Workforce Development Coordinator with a completed level 3 application

Objectives:

  • To allow the student to broaden and further his or her education through higher education facilities
  • Provide the student with an opportunity to experience college requirements
  • Provide the student with an opportunity to acquire career awareness and goals

 

Benefits:

  • Earn High School credit
  • Build a college transcript and earn college credits
  • Build self-esteem
  • Get acquainted with college peers

 

Student Guidelines before and during college:

  • Lycoming Career & Technology Center will be responsible for the tuition cost for the completed course
  • Students are responsible for purchasing textbooks, equipment needed for course, and parking permit.
  • If student drops class before end of semester he or she is responsible for any costs incurred by Lycoming Career and Technology Center.
  • Provide the Workforce Development Coordinator, a weekly time sheet signed by the college instructor.
  • Participation in any standardized evaluations within his or her related cluster if necessary (example – Notional Occupational Competency Testing Institute NOCTI).
  • Student is responsible for transportation to and from the college class.
  • Provide a signed copy of Student Rules and Regulations Packet to the Workforce Development Coordinator, prior to the first day of classes.

The Lycoming Career and Technology Center does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, or age in its programs or activities.  Career and Technical program offerings include:  Automotive Technology, Building Construction, Computer Service Technology, Criminal Justice, Culinary Arts, Diversified Occupations, Drafting and Design, Early Childhood Education,  and Health Careers.  Inquiries may be directed to  The Lycoming Career and Technology Center’s Title IX  coordinator or Section 504 coordinator at 293 Cemetery St., Hughesville, PA  17737 or 570-584-2300.