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Continuing Education

The Office of Continuing Education at California University of Pennsylvania coordinates a variety of for-credit and non-credit learning opportunities for people of all ages, from high school students to working adults and retirees.

Whether you are looking to jump-start your college career, enhance your resume with a college course or pursue learning for personal enrichment or professional development, Cal U’s Office of Continuing Education can help you make the right connections.

The Office of Continuing Education coordinates:

A photo of high school students who are taking college courses at Cal U.Non-degree programs

Earn academic credit for the undergraduate courses you complete, without enrolling as a degree-seeking student. Choose from a wide selection of traditional, online and hybrid courses.

Outside Faculty students at theSiemens Mechatronic Systems Instructor Certification Program june 2012.Trade Adjustment Act(TAA)/ Workforce Investment Act(WIA)

TAA is a federally funded 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. Cal U offers certificate, undergraduate and graduate programs approved for TAA and WIA funding.

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Non-degree programs

Personal/professional development

Visiting students

High school early admit

60+ College Advantage Program

Contact Us

Barbara R. Crofcheck, director
Office of Continuing Education
250 University Ave., Box 94
California University of Pennsylvania
724-938-4491 or (toll-free) 888-412-0479