Call today to make an appointment with an admissions counselor or academic adviser:
717-248-9618.

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The Penn State Learning Center in Lewistown

Adult students in Lewistown say that they really like the small class size, the convenience of classes close to home, and the bond they develop with others in their community who are taking classes at the Lewistown Center. The Lewistown Center offers a combination of hands-on activities, practical projects, and opportunities for individualized instruction. The center is located at 152 East Market Street, Suite 100, Lewistown, Pennsylvania (Map).

Courses

VIEW OUR SCHEDULE OF COURSES

To register:  Contact us or call 717-248-9618.
 

Programs

Bachelor's Degree in Nursing (RN to B.S.)

Bachelor's Degree in Organizational Leadership

Bachelor's Degree in Rehabilitation and Human Services

Associate Degree in Business Administration

Associate Degree in Human Development and Family Studies

Associate Degree in Information Sciences and Technology

Associate Degree in Letters, Arts, and Sciences

Associate Degree in Medical Laboratory Technology 

Basic and Advanced Accounting Certificates 

Basic and Advanced Business Certificates

 

Students may choose to take some courses at another campus location or online through the World Campus. Not all the courses for each of these programs may be available at the Lewistown Center.

You can take your General Education courses for a wide variety of Penn State degrees at the Lewistown Center, and complete your degree online through Penn State World Campus. For help in planning your course schedule, speak to an academic adviser.

High-Tech Health and Science Training Lab

The recently expanded facility includes a high-tech health and science lab. Read more and watch the video about how you can take allied health care courses, participate in hands-on labs, and practice medical techniques on state-of-the-art simulation equipment.

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).