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Grant | Alive

Total Raised

$590K

Last Raised

$590K | 3 yrs ago

About Pennsylvania College of Technology

Pennsylvania College of Technology became an affiliate of The Pennsylvania State University in 1989, after establishing a national reputation for education supporting workforce development, first as a technical institute and later as a community college. Today, Penn College is a special mission affiliate of Penn State, committed to applied technology education. Conveniently located in Williamsport (Central Pennsylvania), Penn College enrolls nearly 6,000 students in bachelor, associate, and certificate programs relating to more than 100 different career areas. In addition, Penn College manages the state's largest worker training program through its Workforce Development and Continuing Education unit.

Pennsylvania College of Technology Headquarter Location

One College Avenue

Williamsport, Pennsylvania, 17701,

United States

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Pennsylvania College of Technology Patents

Pennsylvania College of Technology has filed 1 patent.

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Grant Date

Title

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5/13/2011

10/17/2017

Polymers, Plastics industry, Thermoplastics, Biomaterials, Polymer chemistry

Grant

Application Date

5/13/2011

Grant Date

10/17/2017

Title

Related Topics

Polymers, Plastics industry, Thermoplastics, Biomaterials, Polymer chemistry

Status

Grant

Latest Pennsylvania College of Technology News

General Assembly maintains Penn State’s funding levels for 2021-22

Jun 26, 2021

General Assembly maintains Penn State’s funding levels for 2021-22 UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. — The Pennsylvania General Assembly has passed a state budget that maintains Penn State’s current funding levels for the 2021-22 fiscal year, which begins July 1. The budget package, which now heads to Gov. Tom Wolf for his anticipated signature, includes level funding of $242.1 million for the University’s general support appropriation, $54.96 million for Penn State Agricultural Research and Extension and $26.74 million for Pennsylvania College of Technology. “I am appreciative that our leaders in Harrisburg have again kept the University’s funding intact, providing a welcome source of stability during a period of uncertainty,” said Penn State President Eric J. Barron. “Our longstanding partnership with the commonwealth helps us succeed in our efforts to provide Pennsylvanians with access to a world-class education close to home and impact our communities through the services offered by Penn State Extension, Invent Penn State and Penn State Health. We have continued to live up to our mission despite the challenges of the pandemic, and we look forward to providing a great return on the state’s investment in the year ahead.” The general support appropriation helps to offset the cost of resident tuition and supplements the University’s access and affordability initiatives. Each year, more than 50,000 Pennsylvania students and their families benefit from in-state tuition rates that are the direct result of state support. Penn State then takes the per-student investment provided by the appropriation and doubles it, saving Pennsylvania resident students an average of $10,500 annually on tuition. UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. — The Pennsylvania General Assembly has passed a state budget that maintains Penn State’s current funding levels for the 2021-22 fiscal year, which begins July 1. The budget package, which now heads to Gov. Tom Wolf for his anticipated signature, includes level funding of $242.1 million for the University’s general support appropriation, $54.96 million for Penn State Agricultural Research and Extension and $26.74 million for Pennsylvania College of Technology. “I am appreciative that our leaders in Harrisburg have again kept the University’s funding intact, providing a welcome source of stability during a period of uncertainty,” said Penn State President Eric J. Barron. “Our longstanding partnership with the commonwealth helps us succeed in our efforts to provide Pennsylvanians with access to a world-class education close to home and impact our communities through the services offered by Penn State Extension, Invent Penn State and Penn State Health. We have continued to live up to our mission despite the challenges of the pandemic, and we look forward to providing a great return on the state’s investment in the year ahead.” The general support appropriation helps to offset the cost of resident tuition and supplements the University’s access and affordability initiatives. Each year, more than 50,000 Pennsylvania students and their families benefit from in-state tuition rates that are the direct result of state support. Penn State then takes the per-student investment provided by the appropriation and doubles it, saving Pennsylvania resident students an average of $10,500 annually on tuition.

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