University Park, Pa. (Vocus) February 11, 2010
A new Web site makes accessing Penn State’s education and training programs easier for individuals and organizations in central Pennsylvania. Penn State Continuing Education at University Park’s (CEUP) site brings together in a single easy-to-navigate location everything prospective students need to find a program and register for a course, as well as solutions for organizations seeking training programs for their employees. Click here Penn State Continuing Education at University Park to learn more.
The Web site features the current Continuing Education catalog of courses and programs offered at five locations: Lewisburg, Lewistown, Philipsburg, State College/University Park and Williamsport, and online through Penn State World Campus.
A dedicated CEUP advising team is available to answer learners’ questions on the phone or in one-on-one sessions. The site also includes answers to frequently asked questions. In addition, the site has financial aid and scholarship information and directions for subscribing to the Continuing Education Student Newsletter and connecting with other adult learners. If learners need a math refresher to get started, they can register to attend a free math workshop.
Organizations seeking education and training programs for their employees will find information about how CEUP can help them identify the best training program or create a new program customized to their specific goals.
For more information about Continuing Education at University Park programs and services, visit Penn State Continuing Education at University Park, e-mail psu4you(at)outreach(dot)psu(dot)edu or call 814-865-3443 or 800-228-1627.
Penn State Continuing Education offers a venue for adults to return to the classroom. Continuing Education reaches more than 30,000 adult learners annually at Penn State campuses statewide. The unit also serves more than 220,000 Pennsylvania youth each year through summer academic and sport camps and other programs at Penn State campuses. Continuing Education is comprised of Conferences, Continuing Education at all Penn State campuses, Management Development Programs and Services, and Shaver’s Creek Environmental Center. For more information, visit Penn State Continuing Education at University Park online. Continuing Education is part of Penn State Outreach, the largest unified outreach organization in American higher education. Penn State Outreach serves more than 5 million people each year, delivering more than 2,000 programs to people in all 67 Pennsylvania counties, all 50 states and 114 countries worldwide.