Founded: 1869; affiliated with Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.)
Location: Chambersburg, PA – Rt. 81 corridor in South Central Pennsylvania, 17 miles from Maryland border.
Accreditation: Middle States Commission on Higher Education; Pennsylvania Department of Education; American Veterinary Medical Association.
Control: Private, not-for-profit,
Student/Faculty Ratio: 10-1
Calendar: Two traditional semesters; two summer sessions; three-week January term.
Campus: 300 acres through which the Conococheague Creek flows separating the residential, academic and administrative facilities from the equestrian center with 2 indoor arenas and 1 outdoor arena, 3 boarding barns and the Fulton Center for Sustainable Living and farm; athletic fields. Much of the main part of campus is listed on the National Register of Historic Sites.
Degrees: Associate, Bachelor’s; Master of Education; Master of Arts in Humanities
Post-Baccalaureate: Accounting andPennsylvania Instructional I Certificate in Elementary Education and in English, Environmental Education, Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics, Social Studies and Spanish at the secondary level.
Admission Policy: Rolling
Undergraduate College: Students entering directly out of high school; transfer students from community colleges and other four-year institutions who are less than four-years out of high school. All Women with Children Program students are part of the Undergraduate College.
Adult Degree Programs: Men and women who are at least four years beyond high school completion.
Graduate and Post-Baccalaureate Programs: Men and women with baccalaureate degrees from regionally accredited colleges.
Office Hours: Monday thru Friday
8:30 AM to 5:00 PM
Mailing Address: 1015 Philadelphia Avenue
Chambersburg, PA 17201
Undergraduate Admissions: 717-262-2002 – Undergraduate College
717-262-2025 – Adult Degree Programs
Graduate Admissions: 717-262-2045 – Master of Education
717-262-2009 – Post- Baccalaureate Teacher Intern Program
717-262-2025 – Master of Arts in Humanities