Health Care Education at PA College of Health Sciences

PA COllege of Health Sciences

PA College of Health Sciences has opportunities in many areas of health care, including Summer programs and Dual Enrollment.

  • Bachelor of Health Care Administration Pathway to Success
    • Did you know that PA College has a degree specific to the business of health care? This guide provides two pathways to success within our Bachelor of Health Care Administration program.
  • PA College 2022 Summer programming and Dual Enrollment
    • Register for our afternoon health care exploration camp here. There are only ten spots left.
    • Apply for the summer dual enrollment medical terminology course.
    • Learn about our dual enrollment courses available in the Fall and Spring semester.
    • Summer programming is listed here.
  • Dual Enrollment by Degree
    • Enroll in courses that transfer directly into our PA College degrees. Dual enrollment programming is listed here.
    • PA College is Middle States accredited. The PA College courses listed do transfer to other institutions.

Aviation Camp

There is  an exciting opportunity for Lancaster County high school students interested in aviation, engineering, mechanics and more. In partnership with EMU Aviation, Aero-Tech Services & Lancaster County STEM Alliance- we are thrilled to bring you A-TEAM (Aviation- technicians, engineers, aviators & mechanics)!

This three-day experience will take place on June 22nd, 23rd & 24th from 9 AM- 1:30 PM at the Lancaster Airport. Aviation camp is FREE, but spots are limited. Interested students entering grades 9 through 12 should submit 1-3 paragraphs on why they want to attend. They should apply via the link below. These three days of hands-on, immersive learning will even include a discovery flight! Transportation support may be available for students with need. 

Cost: Free Lunch will be provided.

Applications due: May 16 Students will be notified: May 26

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PHEAA April Webinars

Covering the Gap – pieces of the puzzle to help pay the bill    

4/12  6:30 pm  and  4/19 Noon – Tuesdays

Understanding education balances can be confusing and whether you’re trying to address the costs or beginning to plan for higher education, this review is for you.  Join PHEAA representatives Linda Pacewicz and Daniel Wray for a 1 hour webinar that will emphasize best practices (such as seeking grants and scholarships first), remind families about additional resources (such as payment plans), and review private/alternative loans as a last resort in the process of covering the Gap and keeping balances affordable.  The discussion will also include the basics of credit, what factors impact a credit score, how can a credit score be improved and the effects on your borrowing capability

Borrowing for Education – which loan is right for me?  

4/14 Noon  and  4/21 6:30pm – Thursdays

I’ve done everything right so far: found the perfect school, made it through the admissions process, filed my FAFSA, filed my State Grant Form, applied for scholarships, researched higher education costs and calculated my funding gap.  Now that I can see an education loan is a necessity, where do I go from here?  What loan programs are available? What are the advantages and disadvantages of the various types?  Join financial aid experts Linda Pacewicz and Dan Wray of the Pennsylvania Higher Education Assistance Agency (PHEAA) for a 1 hour webinar to review the different borrowing options and examine the details associated with each option.  Linda and Dan will answer your questions as you sort out the information and make decisions that are right for you and your family.

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Virtual College Fair

Virtual College Fair
Registration is Open!

Tuesday, April 19, 2022
Wednesday, April 27, 2022
Educational Sessions at 4pm
College Presentations at 5pm, 6pm, 7pm

Registration is now open for our Virtual College Fair! Sign-up to virtually connect with colleges and universities from around the country for free. During the Virtual College Fair, you will have the chance to hear from many different colleges. You can choose which colleges you want to hear from by registering for their sessions. You and your family can ask questions of the college representatives throughout the presentations too! Each program will start with a college knowledge session:  
April 19 – Ask a Counselor
April 27 – Financial Aid 

PULSE- Health Program for Students

PULSE 2022

Pre-health Program for Underrepresented Leaders in STEM Education

Neuroscience & Behavioral Health:

What makes your brain special?

Mondays, 4 – 6 p.m., September 12, 2022 – December 12, 2022

(No class on October 10 or November 21)** OPTION TO APPLY FOR THE IN-PERSON or VIRTUAL EXPERIENCE! **

Application deadline: APRIL 20, 2022 (Applicants will be notified in May.)

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