CPI Adult Students: CPI is beginning to distribute federal CARES funding to post-secondary students enrolled in its degree and diploma programs. The US Department of Education established grant funding designated to assist students whose education was impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. CPI administration and its Aid office established a formula for directly distributing CARES funding to students. CARES grant funding will be mailed or delivered to impacted students very soon. We ask our current students to remain in regular contact with their instructors for program updates and plans for returning to campus. Now more than ever our community will need highly-trained [...]
Current Corona Virus information and updates are available at the CDC website or the PA Department of Health's website CPI will continue to post updates to schedules, classes, and other information as they occur.
Safe2Say Something is a youth violence prevention program. Through the "Safe2Say Something" program students can submit anonymous tips to report a problem. Tips can be reported by downloading the Safe2Say Something app, by phone at 1-844-SAF2SAY or online at https://www.safe2saypa.org/tip/. For more information go to https://www.safe2saypa.org/for-students/.
CPI has partnered with The Safe School Helpline. The Safe School Helpline is for students, parents, staff and community members to anonymously report wrongdoing and illegal activities that will affect schools. You can report information by either calling 1-800-418-6423 ext. 359, text TIPS to 66746, online at safeschoolhelpline.com, or download the free Safe School Helpline app.
The Medical Assistant Education Review Board requires a public posting of program (Medical Assistant) performance results. As such, please find Central Pennsylvania Institute of Science and Technology's most recent employer satisfaction and job placement results for its CAAHEP/MAERB-accredited Medical Assistant program in the attached PDF. View Data