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  • Leffler Lecture with Michele Norris

    Leffler Lecture with Michele Norris

    Michele Norris, author and journalist, will be the feature speaker at The Carlos R. and Georgiana E. Leffler Memorial Lecture. Norris is a former NPR Host and Special Correspon¬dent and Founder of The Race Card Project, who discusses "The Race Card Project" and how six-word snapshots paint a vivid picture of America's attitudes and expe¬riences about race during a fascinating moment in American history.

  • SCPS announces partnership with Lancaster Theological Seminary

    SCPS announces partnership with Lancaster Theological Seminary

    The School of Continuing and Professional Studies is pleased to announce a partnership with Lancaster Theological Seminary (LTS) to offer an exclusive accelerated admission process for current Elizabethtown SCPS students and alumni who are interested in pursuing a Master of Divinity. There are specific courses required through Elizabethtown that you must fulfill and meeting with LTS admissions personnel is also required to enter the MDiv program. Current students, if you have questions or if you would like more information contact your academic advisor. Alumni, please contact Terry Singer at singert@etown.edu or 717-358-4645.

  • Financial Aid Tips with Chris Mowl, Associate Director of Financial Aid

    Financial Aid Tips with Chris Mowl, Associate Director of Financial Aid

    The best kind of financial aid available to students is what we call "gift aid." Gift aid is simply financial aid available to students that does not have to be paid back. Student loans are an excellent source of financial aid to help you finance your education, but these need paid back with interest. Below I have offered some tips on how to maximize your potential gift aid and lower the amount you need to borrow.

  • Three Library Tools You Should Know About

    Three Library Tools You Should Know About

    High Library has many helpful resources to help you with your research. Here are three you might not know about: Journal Finder Located on the library's main page, Journal Finder allows you to search or browse for journals from all of the library's various collections. It is also a handy tool for discovering if you can get free access to an article you found elsewhere. Simply search for the name of the journal, and if it is available, your result will link you to where you can find the full text of the article. You can also use Journal Finder to search within the journal for similar articles.

  • CPEC Job and Internship Fair

    CPEC Job and Internship Fair

    The Central Pennsylvania Employment Consortium is hosting a job and internship fair on Tuesday, February 21st, 2017 from 10am-3pm at the Radisson Hotel in Harrisburg. You would have the ability to meet employers from a wide variety of fields who are seeking to fill full-time positions.

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