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Constitution Day – Constitution Day is an American federal observance on September 17 that recognizes the adoption of the United States Constitution and those who have become U.S. citizens. Each year, NPRC observes and promotes Constitution Day by encouraging civic engagement and providing students, faculty, and staff with information about the US Constitution and its history.
Student Activities Information – NPRC does not currently offer student activities.
Graduation Rates & Statistics
→ Graduation and Transfer Rates
→ Retention Rates
→ College Navigator: National Center for Education Statistics
→ Employment Placement/First Destination Graduate Follow-up Survey
→ Programs Requiring Licensure – NPRC is licensed as an Educational Training Institute and a Continuing Education Sponsor by the Pennsylvania Department of Health to provide Emergency Medical Services (EMS) training. Program completion enables students to move on to the National Registry of EMT (NREMT) exam process. NPRC’s Certificate of Accreditation from the Pennsylvania Department of Health is available upon request.
→ Key Performance Indicators
Student Financial Assistance
Tuition & Financial Aid Policy
→ Tuition, Fees, and Expenses
→ Payment Information
→ Refund Policy
→ Financial Aid Policy
→ Consumer Information on College Navigator Website
→ Notice of Availability of Institutional and Financial Aid Information
→ Net Price Calculator
→ Aid Application Procedures
→ Code of Conduct for Educational Loans – NPRC does not participate in preferred lender arrangements.
→ Description of Available Aid
→ Loan Entrance and Exit Counseling Information –NPRC does not offer direct student loans
→ National Student Loan Data System Information – The National Student Loan Data System (NSLDS) is the U.S. Department of Education’s (ED’s) central database for student aid. NSLDS receives data from schools, guaranty agencies, the Direct Loan program, and other Department of ED programs. NSLDS Student Access provides a centralized, integrated view of Title IV loans and grants so that recipients of Title IV Aid can access and inquire about their Title IV loans and/or grant data.
→ State Grant Assistance Information – NPRC does not currently receive Title IV funding
→ Student Loan Information Published by the Department of Education
→ Work-Study Information – NPRC does not currently receive Title IV funding
Health & Safety
Security & Emergency Procedures
→ Annual Safety and Security Report
→ NPRC Emergency Response Plans
• NPRC Emergency Response Plan Warren
• NPRC Emergency Response Plan Erie
→ Inclement Weather College Closing Procedures
→ NPRC-3236: Firearms and Offensive Weapons for Students
→ NPRC-1205: Sexual Discrimination and Sexual Misconduct
→ NPRC-3260: Student Complaint
→ NPRC-9007: Firearms and Offensive Weapons for Employees and Visitors
→ Fire Safety/Statistics/Log for On-Campus Housing – NPRC does not have on-campus housing facilities
→ Vaccination Policies – NPRC does not require certification of vaccination from students or employees.
See What Our Students Have to Say
Growing up in rural Potter County, Pennsylvania meant if I wanted good educational and employment opportunities, I would have to move. When NPRC started offering classes less than 30 minutes from my home (almost an hour closer than the next closest college), my future was no longer dependent on living in a more urban area. I received a quality education without spending the tens of thousands of dollars on room and board a traditional school would have required. And now, I feel incredibly blessed to be a part of the team making this story possible for so many other people in rural Pennsylvania. NPRC’s mission is a necessary one, helping serve a part of the population that has lacked affordable and quality higher education for decades. This school helped me avoid debt, find my path in life, and now, I have a job I love and opportunities I never expected.
- Brian, NPRC Graduate
While attending NPRC, I am enrolled in 16 credits and working toward a degree in business administration. This switch is already positively benefitting me as a student. I have been keeping up with classes and shifting out of bad habits that may hinder my success. As someone who is diagnosed with anxiety and ADHD, it sometimes gets hard to effectively communicate. However, NPRC continues to provide opportunities to not only challenge myself, but to help me grow as a student, and more importantly, as a person. NPRC was my second chance. My second chance to help me build myself better, and I feel like my future is already better than what it was before NPRC.
-Noah, Business Administration Student
My time at Northern Pennsylvania Regional College has been a great experience even through the COVID-19 pandemic. Never did I imagine doing a year of college in my own home and still be able to be on the Dean’s List and be extremely proud. I am 39 years of age, and it has taken me this long to attempt college. I have to say that starting college at this age was hard. However, everyone at NPRC has made it easy for me to understand what it means to be studious. You can feel the care that is given to you through the staff at NPRC. The instructors are always willing to help and they will always answer the questions that we have. This college is a great way to get started on your new path through life. There are so many options to pick from if you are undecided.
-Claudia, NPRC Graduate
I started with NPRC right after graduating high school in 2018. I was not sure what I wanted to do career-wise, but the criminal justice field had always piqued my interest. Before finishing my two-year degree with NPRC, I decided to transfer to a four-year university to further my education in both sociology and criminal justice. Without the affordability of NPRC and their knowledgeable staff, I would never have dreamed of being where I am today. I will be graduating from RIT in August of 2022 having majored in Sociology and Criminal Justice, as well as having minored in Criminal Justice. I am excited to start a career in the federal Criminal Justice system or within admissions/counseling in higher education. I plan to put myself through law school while working full time after graduating from RIT.
-Ally, Former NPRC Student
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