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First Student Enrolls Through Agreement With Canadian College

Student Sarah Ladouceur, of Welland, Ontario, with Frederick W. Becker, dean of the School of Hospitality.Sarah Ladouceur, of Welland, Ontario, featured here with the dean of hospitality, Frederick W. Becker, is the first Canadian student on campus through the School of Hospitality’s articulation agreement with Humber College in Toronto, Ontario. Students who complete Humber College’s two-year culinary management program can come to Penn College to complete a bachelor’s degree in the culinary arts and systems major. The agreement was established in June 2005. Penn College is also exploring other international opportunities with Humber.

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