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“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

Admission Magazine Fall 2012

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