Commonwealth Technical Institute

Overview of Commonwealth Technical Institute

Commonwealth can be found in Johnstown, PA (a small suburb). The school is a private, not-for-profit institution. The Associate's degree is the highest degree at Commonwealth.

Areas of Study

The range of program offerings available from the school is especially impressive compared to its number of students. The most common majors at Commonwealth are in construction trades, cooking and culinary arts, engineering technician, mechanics and repair, media, office and administration.

Commonwealth Selectivity

The school is welcoming, and offers open admission to students who meet its minimum qualifications.


Classes at Commonwealth are less crowded than at many schools.

Student Body

In 2007-2008, 248 students were enrolled in the school. A very high share of students at Commonwealth are male.

Student Life

The school has a residential or campus feel. Student dorms or apartments are common at Commonwealth. The school offers students meal plans.

The school reports its educational mission is:
"The mission of the Commonweatlh Technical Institute at the Hiram G. Andrews Center (CTI@HGA) is to offer quality individualized post-secondary education which provides career opportunities and independent life skills."

More complete details are provided below.

Choose a campus :
Some campuses offers specific programs
Printing Press Operator
Culinary Arts/Chef Training
Food Preparation/Professional Cooking/Kitchen Assistant
Building/Property Maintenance
Automobile/Automotive Mechanics Technology/Technician
Small Engine Mechanics And Repair Technology/Technician
General information
Financial aid
Acceptance & Retention Rates
Graduation Rate

Source: Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS) 2015-16, National Center for Education Statistics, https://nces.ed.gov/ipeds/

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