Make the most of your summer… accelerate your goals while enjoying the sun.
Whether you want to take a class or two while home for a few months or are already enrolled at Penn Highlands, our summer semester is perfect for you. Taking a few classes, either as part of your current program requirements or as a guest student, is a great way to complete your degree or certificate faster. Many say it’s an excellent way to tackle a difficult subject close to home.
Making college easy
- Incredible value. Take classes without going into debt.
- Convenient. Stay close to home with one of six facilities across the region.
- Courses your way. Choose from a variety of online courses that can be taken in the comfort of your home.
- Course Options. With 50+ 100 and 200 level classes, Penn Highlands has what you are looking for.
- More flexibility. Take 6 or 12-week classes (starting in May or July).
- Academic Excellence. Learn from top-of-the-line faculty.
- Transfer with ease. Transferring credits is stress-free with over 230+ agreements with major universities.
Today is the perfect time to apply and discover you. Have questions about admission, sending official transcripts, prerequisites or transfer options? We have the answers. Contact Admissions at firstname.lastname@example.org or 814.262.6446.
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