|WHO:||Representatives of HACC, Central Pennsylvania’s Community College, Penn State Mont Alto and Penn State York|
|WHAT:||Signing of articulation agreements between HACC, Penn State Mont Alto and Penn State York|
|WHEN:||June 26, 2017, at 2 p.m.|
|WHERE:||HACC’s Harrisburg Campus, Ted Lick Administration Building, Room 114|
|COVERAGE:||HACC President John J. “Ski” Sygielski, Ed.D.; Penn State Mont Alto Chancellor Francis K. Achampong, Ph.D.; and Penn State York Chancellor David W. Chown, Ph.D., will sign articulation agreements for HACC programs, including: biology, business administration, communications, humanities, languages and the arts, health care management, social science, general studies and psychology. |
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About Penn State
Penn State Mont Alto and Penn State York are campuses in the Penn State University College. The Pennsylvania State University, founded in 1855, is the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania’s sole land-grant institution and its largest public university. Penn State’s land-grant mission embraces teaching, research, and public service in order to support the citizens of the Commonwealth, collaborating with industrial, educational, and agricultural partners to create, disseminate, integrate, and apply knowledge that is valuable to society. The University generates approximately $8.5 billion in direct and indirect economic impact annually within Pennsylvania. Penn State has 24 campuses across the Commonwealth — a campus within practical commuting distance of virtually every Pennsylvanian. Most offer the first two years of baccalaureate instruction as well as a limited number of four-year degree programs. To learn more about all that Penn State has to offer, visit psu.edu.