Pennsylvania Career Colleges and Schools: 2013 Key Outcome Statistics
November 2013 Update
* SB 1000 and House Bill 1701
* State Authorization Update
* PHEAA Update
* FCC Telephone Consumer Protection
Bridging the Skills Gap
"Bridges Out of Poverty: Understanding and Teaching Under-Resourced Students"
Presenter: Kirstie DeBiase, California Regional Dean of Education for Charter College
Friday, October 25, 2013 - Pittsburgh Technical Institute, Oakdale
Friday, March 21, 2014 - All-State Career School, Essington
"They Can't Press My Buttons: Dealing with Difficult and Hard-to-Teach Students"
Presenter: Shaunna Crossen, Ph.D.
November 22, 2013
Wyndham Garden, Exton
Save the Date: July 23-24, 2014
Radisson Hotel and Casino, Valley Forge
More information to follow
'Turning Dreams into Reality'
3815 Otter St.
Bristol, PA, 19007
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SCHOOL PRESIDENT: Alfred W. Parcells, Jr.
Director: John Keenan
Date for Applications: Open
Application Fee: No
Matriculation/Registration Deposit: Yes $100 all programs
Interview/Visit Required: Yes
Tests Required: Yes
High School Diploma/GED: Yes
# of Students: 300 full-time , 100 part-time
# of Faculty: 34 full-time , 8 part-time
Student/Faculty Ratio: 16 to 1
Transfer Credit: Yes
Accreditation/Approvals: ACCSC Housing: Campus housing Available; Assistance Provided; 95% Commute
Courses Offered: Weekdays and Evenings
Aid Available to Qualified Students: Direct Loan Stafford, Plus Loans, Pell grants, PHEAA Grants
% Full-time Financial Assistance: 92%
% Part-time Financial Assistance: 85%
Job Placement % Most Recent Year: 82%
Newly remodeled Child Care Center and on-campus dorm; Job placement assistance; 15 minutes from Philadelphia with bus and train transportation within easy access.
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