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Coordinator of matriculation and academic operations named

Philip G. Berry has been appointed coordinator of matriculation and academic operations for the School of Construction & Design Technologies at Pennsylvania College of Technology.

Philip G. BerryBerry previously served as an external records evaluator in the Registrar’s Office at the institution and brings a wealth of matriculation experience to his new role. He has developed extensive experience with the enrollment process, student credit transactions and articulation agreements.

He also brings a strong recruitment background to the position, having experience as an admissions representative for 12 years. He completed Penn College’s Leadership Series professional development program in 2016.

Berry earned a Bachelor of Science degree in marketing from The Pennsylvania State University.

“Phil has demonstrated a strong history at the institution of serving students and faculty,” said Carol A. Lugg, dean of construction and design technologies. “He will bring a targeted focus to our efforts to communicate to prospective students the opportunities and career paths within our academic school.”

For more about programs offered by the School of Construction & Design Technologies, call 570-327-4518.

For more about Penn College, a national leader in applied technology education, email the Admissions Office or call 800-367-9222.


Jeanne Kerschner,

Congratulations, Phil, on your new and well-deserved appointment. Thank you for all your assistance over the years.

Tom Gregory,

Best wishes, Phil. You will be a great asset to the school!

Kay Dunkleberger,

Congratulations, Phil!

Marianne DePasqua,

Congratulations, Phil! All the best in your new role!

Lorenzo Marefka,

Congratulations, Phil. Best of luck to you in your new role.

Barb Adzema,

Congratulations, Phil! Best wishes in the new position.

Kathy Kelsey,

Congratulations, Phil!

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