Army Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC) is a two, three, or four year college elective program designed to produce commissioned officers for the Army Reserve, National Guard, and the active Army.
Penn State Harrisburg students train with cadets from Dickinson College, Millersville University, Gettysburg College, Lebanon Valley College, Franklin & Marshall College and Messiah College; for more information check out our website.
For information about enrolling in Army ROTC at Penn State Harrisburg or to apply for an Army ROTC scholarship, contact Major Craig Walker:
Penn State Harrisburg recently honored students for accomplishments in academics, service, and leadership at the 2013 Student Awards Ceremony.
Award winners with hometowns by county include:
Portions of College Avenue and O Street will close on Monday, May 20 while underground utilities are installed as part of the new Educational Activities Building (EAB) expansion. The roads are expected to reopen on Friday, May 24.
The Keystone Health Promotion Conference, hosted by Penn State Harrisburg, will explore all areas of health and personal wellness for health promotion professionals and will feature three nationally renowned keynote speakers. The conference will be held at the college, June 18-20 from 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. with social activities on Tuesday and Wednesday evenings.