Fast Facts About TSCT


Thaddeus Stevens College of Technology is located in southeastern Pennsylvania in Lancaster, about 71 miles west of Philadelphia and 38 miles east of Harrisburg. The campus is a few blocks from downtown Lancaster. The greater Lancaster area includes over 450,000 inhabitants and offers many athletic, cultural, and social activities.


Thaddeus Stevens College of Technology is owned by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.


The 18 buildings comprising the Stevens campus are situated on a 32.5 acre tract of land located at the eastern edge of the city of Lancaster. These include five residence halls, a dining hall, a lab/classroom building with computer and learning labs, and new and expanded technical laboratory facilities. The Learning Resources Center was completed in the summer of 1995. In addition, the new Multipurpose Activity Center-with 3 NCAA-sized basketball courts, large fitness center, racquetball courts, an indoor track, and an athletic field with an outdoor track-and the Student Center are available for student use.


The tuition and room/board costs are provided  on the Tuition & Fees page. Many students receive full grants based on financial need.


Among graduates in the Class of 2015, 96 percent were employed full time or continued their education.


Co-ed, approximately 1,200 students.


Each scholastic year at Stevens begins in late August and ends in early May; semesters consist of 16 weeks of instruction. Several summer semesters are offered for students needing developmental classes, individual courses, etc. 

In addition to full time courses being offered during the day, several programs now also offer evening classes.