The Information Technology Club at South Hills School of Business & Technology's Altoona Campus organized a Local Hack Day event as part of a global event sponsored by Major League Hacking. People from all over Central Pennsylvania came together at South Hills, joining more than 10,000+ hackers participating in the event from 250 locations around the world.
As a single mom with a mortgage facing the loss of her factory job due to foreign competition, Jody Christoff turned to South Hills to help her get back on her feet. Learn how the Admissions Team steered her in the right direction based on her strengths and interests, and find out how she's now doing after graduating top of the Engineering Technology class in 2013.
Students of South Hills School of Business & Technology's Engineering Technology specialized associate degree program are given a project in their Mechanical Design course for which they design and build a robotic vehicle that is capable of retrieving and carrying a small object.
Andy Gray, 2016 Information Technology alumnus, is now an IT Director for multiple companies. He shares the concerns he had about going back to school – ones that most returning adults have – and how the Admissions and Financial Aid teams at South Hills helped ease his mind by making the enrollment and financial aid processes easy for him.
First-year Business Administration–Management & Marketing and Information Technology students at South Hills School of Business & Technology's Main Campus in State College recently participated in a taste-test experiment as a case study on consumer behaviors and how people are drawn to specific brands.
Information Technology alumnus, Dave Keller, graduated from South Hills in 2017. Before starting classes, he worried that he wouldn't like school, but instead he found that he enjoyed his time at South Hills. He'll explain why in his own words and reveal where he is now in his "Alumni Spotlight" interview.