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Porreco College
2951 West 38th Street
Erie, Pennsylvania 16506
Phone: (814) 836-1955 / 
(814) 732-2544
Fax: (814) 833-2085

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Porreco College


Porreco College

Located just outside the city of Erie on 26 acres in Millcreek Township, Porreco College is committed to providing individual attention to student success through college preparatory coursework, academic programs, and continuing education designed to meet the educational needs of students, employers, and the community at large.

Porreco College offers associate degrees and certificate programs that will prepare you for employment or to continue your education at a four-year college at a fraction of the cost of many other colleges and universities. 


The Porreco Promise

To off set the cost of higher education, Porreco College has established the Porreco Promise, which will provide grants of $3,000 per student per year for any Erie County resident attending full-time and seeking a degree that completes a FAFSA and after all other gift aid is applied. An endowment funded through private donations will ensure students can be served for decades to come. More Information  


Programs Offered at Porreco College


Certificate in Customer Relations Management

Associate Degrees

Associate of Applied Science (AAS) Degree in Applied Technology
Department: Physics & Technology

Associate of Arts Degree in Human Services – Social Services
Department: Sociology

Associate of Arts Degree in Liberal Studies
Department: English & Liberal Studies

Associate of Science Degree in Business Administration
Department: Business & Economics

College Start Program

Take courses at Porreco College that will contribute to requirements necessary to earn an Associate or Bachelor degree after matriculating to Edinboro University's main campus. 

More Information about the College Start Program | Required Courses