Central Penn College Reviews
- Lancaster (PA) (and 2 others)
- Annual Tuition: $18,174
100% of 3 students said this degree improved their career prospects
100% of 3 students said they would recommend this school to others
Student & Graduate Reviews
- Reviewed: 12/16/2019
- Degree: Physical Therapy
- Graduation Year: 2002
"PTA program was organized, well maintained and thorough. I felt prepared to begin my PTA career and I was properly prepared to take/pass my state boards after graduation. The lab portions and hands on experience was excellent. I enjoyed my internships and I had a job offer the last day of my internship which made the transition from college to career easy. Campus life at Central Penn was sad...there were way too many rules and it didn't feel like a traditional college. I felt that I gained an excellent education but I missed out on the "college experience" (not drinking, just overall social aspect). There is little to do in the area, the social activities hosted by the college weren't great, and traveling to downtown Harrisburg city didn't feel safe. If you aren't interested in a traditional college experience then it's a decent school. If you are social and want to meet a lot of people from diverse backgrounds, then Central Penn isn't for you."
- Reviewed: 9/13/2016
- Degree: Marketing - Advertising
- Graduation Year: 2017
"Central Penn is a great school. The professors are very helpful and have experience in the courses they teach. Had a family emergency a couple of months ago, I emailed my professors and explained to them what was going on and they were all very understanding and gave me extensions. The professors are hands on, for one my Marketing classes we went to the mall during the holidays for a social experiment which was very fun and educational. I would recommend this school to anyone, they truly do prepare you for the real world."
- Reviewed: 8/25/2016
- Degree: Criminal Justice
- Graduation Year: 2015
"Central Penn is a wonderful college for students. I attended the CJ bachelors program. I excelled tremendously with the help from many professors. The financial aid department is also a big help, as I was clueless to how it all worked. They also had many activities for students on and off campus, which included ball games, day trips, and amusement parks."