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Penn College Among Region’s Top Public Institutions in U.S. News Rankings

Pennsylvania College of Technology has again earned Top 10 status among the best public, four-year colleges in the northern region of the country in the 2015 edition of the Best Colleges rankings published by U.S. News & World Report.

Penn College is tied for No. 28 in the category of Top Regional Colleges North – along with Farmingdale State College (SUNY) and SUNY College of A&T-Cobleskill – up from No. 29 in 2013. In an overall assessment of the Best Regional Colleges North that includes public colleges only, Penn College is tied (with the same two institutions) at No. 8.

Penn College is also recognized in the Web-exclusive Best Colleges for Veterans category. The college ranks No. 9 in the Regional Colleges North listings (No. 2 among the public colleges listed).

The annual rankings were announced Tuesday by U.S. News & World Report; the 2015 Best Colleges guidebook will be available Sept. 23 for purchase at newsstands nationwide.

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