Clarion University of Pennsylvania is a four-year university that is located in the remote town of Clarion, Pennsylvania. Clarion University was founded in 1867 as a Methodist Seminary named Carrier Seminary of Western Pennsylvania. In 1902, the institution transitioned into a State Teachers College under the leadership of George Becht. In 1915 the school purchased Clarion became a college-level institution in 1920.
Clarion University of Pennsylvania offers degree programs in the form of certificates, associate’s degrees, bachelor’s degrees, and master’s degrees. Clarion University’s Virtual Campus also provides associate degrees, bachelor’s degrees, certificates and special programs, and graduate degrees completely online. An Online Orientation is available to all students enrolled in a completely online degree program.
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