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Student Assistants Primed to Solidify Newcomers’ Connection to Penn College

From left: Mitchell J. Berninger, a junior in web and interactive media from Williamsport; Emma J. Sutterlin, junior, applied health studies: occupational therapy assistant concentration, State College; Morgan J. Tannery, junior, applied health studies: occupational therapy assistant concentration, Millersburg; Lauren J. Crouse, senior, applied human services, Turbotville; Kyle D. Bomboy, junior, physician assistant, Unityville; Morgan N. Keyser, junior, graphic design, Cogan Station; Chelsey M. Carnrike, sophomore, nursing, Muncy; Kyani L. Lawrence, sophomore, nursing, New Rochelle, N.Y.; Brittany R. Terpstra, sophomore, web and interactive media, Jim Thorpe; Sarah A. Mongiello, sophomore, business administration: banking and finance concentration, Canadensis; Caitlin R. Dohrmann, junior, dental hygiene: health policy and administration concentration, Williamsport; and Duncan Rodriguez, junior, nursing, Kunkletown.
From left: Mitchell J. Berninger, a junior in web and interactive media from Williamsport; Emma J. Sutterlin, junior, applied health studies: occupational therapy assistant concentration, State College; Morgan J. Tannery, junior, applied health studies: occupational therapy assistant concentration, Millersburg; Lauren J. Crouse, senior, applied human services, Turbotville; Kyle D. Bomboy, junior, physician assistant, Unityville; Morgan N. Keyser, junior, graphic design, Cogan Station; Chelsey M. Carnrike, sophomore, nursing, Muncy; Kyani L. Lawrence, sophomore, nursing, New Rochelle, N.Y.; Brittany R. Terpstra, sophomore, web and interactive media, Jim Thorpe; Sarah A. Mongiello, sophomore, business administration: banking and finance concentration, Canadensis; Caitlin R. Dohrmann, junior, dental hygiene: health policy and administration concentration, Williamsport; and Duncan Rodriguez, junior, nursing, Kunkletown.
Links go "all in" to welcome first-year students.
Links go “all in” to welcome first-year students.

Ready to get connected! Penn College’s Summer 2015 Connections Links are excited to welcome new students to campus during the Connections orientation program starting Wednesday and running through July. Six two-day sessions will give first-year students and their guests a comprehensive overview of campus life and academic expectations, and two one-day sessions will also be offered for adult learners and transfer students.