The Office of Continuing Education at Cal U coordinates a variety of credit learning opportunities for people of all ages. Through a diverse selection of degree and non-degree programs, we strive to accommodate busy work and family schedules with flexible learning opportunities. The Office of Continuing Education will help you make the right connections to accomplish your goals, whether you are ready to begin a degree program or are simply looking for educational enrichment.
The Office of Continuing Education assists students by promoting two completion degree programs; Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Studies and Bachelor of Arts in Social Sciences. These degrees can be completed with a combination of online and traditional classroom instruction. Classes are offered during the fall, spring, and summer sessions. Learn more.
Personal and Professional Development – (non degree)
Provides students with opportunities to enroll in undergraduate credit courses for educational enrichment which enhance both professional and personal skills. We'll help you make the right connections to accomplish your academic goals. Learn more.
Fall and Spring Visiting Students – (non degree)
As a Visiting student during the Fall and Spring terms, you can visit Cal U for a semester and register for undergraduate courses. It is easy and convenient to transfer the credits back to your home college or university. Learn more.
High School Early Admit – (non degree)
High School Early Admit provides student an opportunity to get an early start on their college education. While still in high school, students are eligible to earn college credit at Cal U. Learn more about the High School Early Admit eligibility criteria.
The 60+ College Advantage Program enables Pennsylvania residents ages 60 and older to take college courses at Cal U tuition-free. Students are responsible for all fees and purchase of books. Classes may be taken for personal enrichment, towards a Bachelors degree, or Masters degree. Learn more.
TAA is a federally-funded employment program that assists workers whose jobs have been impacted by foreign imports. WIA provides federal job training funds for income eligible adults and dislocated workers. Learn more.
If you want additional information or have questions, please call 724-938-4491/ 1-888-412-0479 or send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org. The Office of Continuing Education is located in Dixon Hall – 2nd floor. You can also submit an online request form.
Letter of Completion
We offer Letters of Completion for the following programs
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