Registering for Events

Follow the links provided, or call the Continuing Education office:
814-865-3443 or


Events and Workshops

Meet your goals with Continuing Education.

Information Sessions

Our adult student support team is available to help you learn about enrolling at Penn State to complete your degree; finding resources to finance your education; transferring credits and earning credits for what you've already learned; and flexible degree and certificate programs designed for working professionals — in business, education, IST, health care, human services, and more. To speak with an admissions counselor today, call 814-865-3443 or 800-228-1627.



Tuesday, May 13, 2014
 • 5:00–8:00 p.m

The Penn State Learning Center in Lewistown
152 East Market Street, Lewistown

Learn more about admissions, financial aid, military benefits, TAA/WIA, free college prep classes, career options, and the other services and certificate and degree programs especially for adults available at the Penn State Learning Center. Hear from students and instructors in a panel discussion about attending college as an adult student.

RSVP here and stop by to talk with us about your educational goals. Walk-ins are also welcome.



Thursday, May 29,  6:00–8:00 p.m. 
(check-in and refreshments begin at 5:30)
at the Schlow Centre Region Library, Downtown State College 

Learn about the bachelor's degree in Workforce Education (Workplace Learning Emphasis) designed specifically for working professionals; identifying financial aid resources, transferring credits and earning credits for what you've already learned; and other certificates and degrees available on flexible schedules.

RSVP here and stop by to talk with us about your educational goals. Walk-ins are also welcome.

Central PA Regional Career Fair

Monday, May 19, 2:005:00 p.m.
The Penn Stater Conference Center Hotel, Innovation Park

Open to local residents, students, and alumni, the Regional Career Fair features companies and organizations in our area who are looking to hire. Find tips on preparing for the fair, and view the list of participating exhibitors on the fair's website (coming soon).


Working In PA Online Career Fair 
Tuesday, May 20, 2014 
10:00 a.m.–2:00 p.m.

Join us for an Online Career Fair the following day, and interact with employers all over the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.


Transitions: College and Career Prep

If you're nervous about going back to school, or are considering a career change, this free program for adults can help you gain the skills and confidence you need to succeed. The program covers topics such as writing, student technologies, note taking and study strategies, research skills, time management, financial resources, and education planning — to help you prepare for success as you take the next step in your education or career. Learn more.


Free Math Improvement Course

As adult learners, we often return to school after years away (sometimes many!) from a formal classroom. Improving or refreshing your confidence and competence with college-level math can be just the thing you need to get you started toward success as a student. Penn State Continuing Education partners with the CIU 10 Development Center for Adults to offer a free, two-semester Math Improvement Course; Part I during the fall semester, Part II in the spring. This is a noncredit course which ideally can provide you with a foundation in Algebra and can prepare you for success in Math 21, College Algebra I, which meets a quantification requirement for many of the non-science majors. Students looking for a slower-paced math-improvement course should consider this option. It could be an appropriate alternative to Math 004.

Tuesday and Thursday evenings, 6:008:30 p.m.
Room 121H, Outreach Building
100 Innovation Blvd, State College

To register: Contact the Development Center for Adults at 814-359-3069 or the Continuing Education Office at 814-865-3443.


Advising Appointments

Your Penn State Continuing Education student services team can provide both academic advising and career counseling, in addition to financial aid counseling. We can work with you, one-on-one, to discuss your individual circumstances, employment experiences, and transferable skills, and assist you in developing a plan that can meet your needs and help you reach your goals.

You can meet with an adviser at the Continuing Education office in 128 Outreach Building, at the Penn State Learning Center in Lewistown, or at the Penn State Williamsport Center. Call 814-865-3443 or 800-228-1627 to make an appointment with a member of the Continuing Education student services team.


Penn State welcomes students with disabilities to participate in its educational programs. If you anticipate needing special accommodations or have questions about physical access, please contact the Office for Disability Services (ODS) or call 814-863-1807 (V/TTY).