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Lycoming County Counselors Association and Lycoming College invite local high school students to College Night

The Lycoming County Counselors Association and Lycoming College invite area high school students to attend “College Night” on Thursday, Sept. 20, from 6:30 – 8:30 p.m. in the Keiper Recreation Center on the College’s campus. The event, organized and hosted by the Lycoming County Counselors Association (LCCA), offers high school students the chance to speak with representatives from 70 colleges and universities. This annual event is free and open to the public.

Representatives from each school will be available to discuss the program offerings, internships, scholarships, and research opportunities offered at their institutions.

“In this day of the internet being used as a main source for gathering information, face-to-face interactions are occurring less frequently,” said Ronda Albert, counselor at Montoursville Area High School and president of the LCCA. “College Night at Lycoming College offers students and parents the opportunity to have these very important personal interactions with representatives from many different colleges and universities.”

In addition, a presentation on financial aid will be given at 7 p.m. in room FA107 of the Fine Arts Building by Jim Lakis, director of financial aid at Lycoming College, and Ashley Murphy, associate dean of admissions and financial aid at Penn College.

“It’s always a pleasure to serve as the host location for this event,” said Mike Konopski, vice president for enrollment management at Lycoming College. “This is a wonderful opportunity for local college-bound students to connect in person with a variety of colleges and universities. The event also offers local high school and potential transfer students the chance to set foot on our beautiful campus and talk directly with admissions and current Lycoming students.”

The following schools are scheduled to attend:

  1. Alfred University
  2. Alvernia University
  3. ARMY
  4. Bucknell University
  5. Cabrini University
  6. Cedar Crest College
  7. Chatham University
  8. Clarion University
  9. Delaware Valley University
  10. DeSales University
  11. Dickinson College
  12. Duquesne University
  13. East Stroudsburg University
  14. Eastern University
  15. Edinboro University
  16. Elizabethtown College
  17. Elmira College
  18. First Community Foundation Partnership of Pennsylvania
  19. Gannon University
  20. Geneva College
  21. Houghton College
  22. Immaculata University
  23. Indiana University of Pennsylvania
  24. Keuka College
  25. Keystone College
  26. King’s College
  27. Kutztown University
  28. La Roche College
  29. La Salle University
  30. Lebanon Valley College
  31. Lock Haven University
  32. Lycoming College
  33. Mansfield University
  34. Marywood University
  35. McDaniel College
  36. Mercyhurst University
  37. Messiah College
  38. Millersville University
  39. Misericordia University
  40. Mount Aloysius College
  41. Muhlenberg College
  42. Pennsylvania College of Technology
  43. Pennsylvania State University
  44. Pittsburgh Technical College
  45. Point Park University
  46. Seton Hill University
  47. Shippensburg University
  48. Slippery Rock University of Pennsylvania
  49. South Hills Business School
  50. Saint Francis University
  51. Saint Vincent College
  52. St. Bonaventure University
  53. Susquehanna University
  54. Thiel College
  55. Triangle Tech
  56. Unity College
  57. University at Albany – State University of New York
  58. University of New Haven
  59. University of Notre Dame
  60. University of Pittsburgh – Bradford
  61. University of Pittsburgh – Johnstown
  62. University of Scranton
  63. University of the Sciences
  64. University of Valley Forge
  65. West Chester University
  66. West Virginia University
  67. Westminster College
  68. Wilkes University
  69. Wilson College
  70. York College