At Pennsylvania Institute of Health and Technology, the goal of our student services is to equip students with the tools they need to secure a position in a career they love! We understand that achieving this goal requires more than just providing quality career-focused training in the classroom. We have systems and staff in place that provide you the support you need to succeed.
You can count on our academic team to
provide the resources
you need to be a successful student. Because our campus
is small and personalized, the campus director,
academic dean and instructors are all available to
provide academic advising.
The academic team helps students to:
academic team cares about your success and about you
as a person. We want to see you succeed and we take pride
in your success.
Choosing a career is an important life
decision—one that will influence your feelings of fulfillment and
happiness. We encourage you to take this decision seriously by
exploring your personal interests, abilities, personality, and work
values in evaluating appropriate career choices.
Prior to enrolling you will sit down with an admissions representative for a career planning session where you explore your goals and opportunities. Upon graduation, our Career Management Director will help you obtain a position in the career field you enjoy. Career advising, job search assistance, and all of our other career management services are available to our alumni as well.
Career advising can be useful for individuals who:
We understand that life sometimes presents challenges in our personal lives that can affect our ability to achieve educational and career goals. The small, personalized atmosphere on our campus allows for individual advising so that you can make the most of your time at the Pennsylvania Institute of Health and Technology. We take the time to understand your personal situation and help you sharpen your problem-solving skills to overcome life’s roadblocks. Personal Advising is available to assist students with a variety of concerns, including:
If a student requires other types of assistance not provided by PIHT, such as drug and alcohol abuse, family crisis, etc., we have information and references for community based services that can more appropriately assist them.