Used to take pictures of classroom demos and cooking assignments.
Students must be able to print up to 30 photos per semester for their portfolios. Photos must be very clear and of good quality. Points will be deducted from portfolio for unclear,
blurry, and poor-quality photos. (Wal-Mart and Rite Aid have one-hour photo printing at their Punxsutawney stores; the stores are within walking distance or on the bus route.)
Some classes require homework to be typed. If you can bring your own computer, we recommend that you do. However, if you can’t provide your own computer, you will be able to type and print homework assignments at the computer lab on
campus. A computer lab located at the IUP at Punxsutawney Learning
Center is available to students while the university is in session. Students must have money on their I-Card to print from the University Computers.
The items below are included in the Supply Package you will receive at Culinary Development class: