Admission Magazine Fall 2012
founded by members of the Church of the Brethren in 1876. Juniata’s mission is to provide an engaging, personalized educational experience empowering our students to develop the skills, knowledge and values that lead to a fulfilling life of service and ethical leadership in the global community.
“Besides the fact th aid, it a ctually w at, with financ ial state sch as cheap e ool for me, I ch r than a arts coll ose a lib e era corny a ge because no m line it is atter ho l , w a s soon a around s I walk campus ed I felt a t home.” —Laur a Whitm an ’13 ew use I kn a c e b e ol eg l ege l arts c on and play co e a r e b i l a h ti “I chose a great educa l at both. Plus t fu et I could g and be success oks good on al e lo basketb Juniata Col eg y Hays ’14 em name —Jer ” . e m u s a re , but ot to college er g I n e h w udy math lot of oth wanted to st e to be engaged in a I w e n k ys m osition, “I alwa lso allowed band, comp a s r, a oi h h c ta , ia h n is elping choosing Ju ience, Span Juniata is h sc d n r a te u s, p st om re c t of inte areas, like elius ’12 I have a lo . e or m d rennan Corn n B a — , re .” tu m e ra lite y all of th me to satisf I transferred to J un because I loved th iata e sense of community I foun d on the campus. Comin g from a large school, it was aw esome to be able to interact w ith people who know my na me and my goals. —Ally Lush 5 ’13 “Liberal arts schools are much more flexible in letting students explore their own interests— Juniata let me spend a long time wandering around from department to department before I finally decided which one I wanted to settle in.” —Kelsey Molseed ’14 5 4 6 RAL ARTS? By Genna Welsh Kasun ’06 “The main attraction of being at a liberal arts college is that creating a well rounded individual is the highest priority. I am a chemistry POE with a secondary emphasis in the arts and I greatly appreciate having the opportunity to be taught everything in between.” —Thomas Jordan ’13 6 4 “I chose a liberal arts college for the sense of community and family feel. A liberal arts college gives the student a chance to thrive in a culture that wants students to succeed.” —Rob Strauss ’13 juniata / Fall ’12 9