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Northern Pennsylvania Regional College uses an effective real-time video based class instruction model. We also partner with community facilities to keep operational fees and tuition costs low. NPRC makes college or post-secondary education affordable for everyone!


Like community colleges, Northern Pennsylvania Regional College is an open enrollment College. No tests or entrance exams are required. All you need is a high school diploma or the equivalent to register for classes. NPRC makes college or post-secondary education accessible for everyone!


Northern Pennsylvania Regional College partners with local libraries, community education centers, and schools to deliver class instruction at multiple sites across the region via live interactive video technology. NPRC makes college or post-secondary education convenient for everyone!

About NPRC

Northern Pennsylvania Regional College does not operate as a traditional campus-based college, nor are we an online college. To keep our classes affordable and convenient for students, community locations are utilized to deliver class instruction at multiple sites across the region and are brought together via live interactive technology. NPRC offers dual enrollment, associate degree, and workforce development courses.

Learn more about who we are and how we can help you expand your goals and achieve your dreams!

Find Your Niche

High School Students

Get a jump-start on your college education! Eligible high school juniors and seniors can take dual enrollment classes at Northern Pennsylvania Regional College to earn college credits. NPRC classes can be taken outside of normal school hours right in your community and credits are transferable to most colleges and universities. Contact a Student Success Specialist today to learn more about earning college credits in high school.

Adult Learners

Northern Pennsylvania Regional College can provide you with the education you need to move your life in the direction you want. Whether you have some or no college credits, maintain certificates of training, are making a career change, or seeking another degree, there are options for you here. NPRC will work with you to determine what course work necessary for you to achieve your goals. Contact us today to connect with a Student Success Specialist who can help you develop an education plan!

Business Owners & Employees

Investing in your employees creates positive morale, loyalty, and a great working environment. This can translate to increased productivity and job satisfaction. Partner with NPRC to create employee education plans that provide your current employees with options to further their education and directly benefit your company. Contact us to find out more about how to structure programs for your employees.

Affordable Education for Everyone

By not owning expensive facilities, Northern Pennsylvania Regional College keeps college costs low for individuals, families, and businesses across the region. NPRC partners with local facilities such as community education councils, career and technical centers, libraries, schools, and businesses to be able to devote more resources to your education, not college overhead.

Students can enjoy the live classroom atmosphere at an affordable price. Contact a Student Success Specialist for more information regarding Admissions and Enrollment.

Getting Started

Getting started is easy! As an open enrollment institution, all you need is proof of high school graduation, your high school transcript, GED, or other credential that shows you have completed high school or the equivalent. Application and registration at NPRC is facilitated by a Student Success Specialist who will help you develop an academic plan that will help you achieve your goals.

Convenient Community Locations

Northern Pennsylvania Regional College uses existing community facilities across the nine counties to make attendance convenient. Classes are offered within 30 minutes of most learners. This eliminates the need for our students to leave their communities and travel to traditional college campuses for class instruction.

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