challenged to think encouraged to evolve empowered to act
Juniata College students are
challenged to think,
encouraged to evolve, and empowered to act in a global world.
o matter what their career field and passions in life, our graduates
are citizens of consequence who understand the world in which they act. They frequently tell us the secret to their success: they were empowered to think about who they are at Juniata, and their journeys began in campus classrooms and through the relationships they formed here, where they were encouraged to make sense of the contradictions in life. Studying the liberal arts and sciences means exploring a broad range of subjects from natural and social sciences to humanities, arts, and international studies. Itâ€™s also about specificsâ€” engaging deeply with a subject, or several, that inspire you. It sounds counterintuitive, but we believe in the power of opposites. think 1
ACADEMICS Free thinking, focused
90% of graduates are employed or in graduate school
The Program of Emphasis (POE), Juniata’s distinctive
six months after graduation
and flexible alternative to the traditional major/minor system, encourages you to design your own plan of study or choose a designated plan, working with the guidance of two
advisers. Because Juniata is a liberal arts college, all students take courses across a range of disciplines including fine arts, international studies, social sciences, humanities, and natural sciences. Beginning with your first course, College Writing
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Seminar, your professors will partner with you to magnify your interests and talents. Too often, the traditional major/minor system leaves little room for flexibility if you wish to study subjects that are complementary to your area of study or explore further afield. At Juniata, students work with
faculty to design their own personalized and meaningful education. It’s not complicated. Choose
According to Forbes Magazine Juniata ranks in the top 3% of schools in the nation with an excellent return on investment, 2016
your area(s) of study. Your advisers will help you select courses that challenge and inspire you. Then, gain hands-on experience to put your learning into practice: intern, exhibit your art, perform community service, and conduct relevant research.
Juniata’s interdisciplinary, innovative research programs have recently been supported by grants from the
94% of those who graduate from Juniata do so in four or fewer years
National Science Foundation, the National Institutes of Health, and the U.S. Department of Education. The POE and the work of our faculty combine to help ensure you gain experience in research and other hands-on practices, across a wide array of disciplines, that will have a
90% of students who applied were
powerful and meaningful effect upon the entirety of your life.
accepted to professional schools
The POE is an engine powered by opposites: it is flexible. And yet it helps you become focused. The end results are simple: our students attend top graduate schools, found their own businesses, and work for Fortune 500 companies.
such as medical and law school
Research Support Juniataâ€™s faculty and students are generously supported by donors and funders including the Howard Hughes Medical Institute, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, the Teagle Foundation, the National Science Foundation, and the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. think 3
Anthropology Art History Biochemistry Biology Business— Accounting, Business Analytics, Economics, Entrepreneurship, Finance, Human Resource Management, International Business, Management, Marketing Chemistry Communication Communication and Conflict Resolution Computer Science Digital Media Education—PreK-4th Grade, PreK-4th Grade and Special Education, Child Life Education, Secondary—Biology, Chemistry, Earth and Space Science, English, French, General Science, German, Mathematics, Physics, Social Studies, Spanish Engineering Physics English Environmental Economics Environmental Geology Environmental Science Environmental Studies
Exploratory Fine Arts French Geology German Health Communication History—History and Museum Studies Information Technology Integrated Media Arts International Politics International Studies Pre-Law Mathematics Museum Studies Peace and Conflict Studies Philosophy Philosophy & Religious Studies Philosophy, Politics, and Economics Physics Politics Pre-Health Professions—Pre-Art Therapy, Pre-Audiology, Pre-Biotechnology, Pre-Chiropractic, Pre-Cytotechnology, Pre-Dentistry , Pre-Genetic Counseling, Pre-Health Administration, Pre-Medical
Sampling of self-designed POEs Social Work, Pre-Medical Technology, Pre-Medicine, Pre-Naturopathic Medicine, Pre-Nursing, Pre-Occupational Therapy, Pre-Optometry, Pre-Pharmacy, Pre-Physical Therapy, Pre-Physician Assistant, Pre-Podiatric Medicine, Pre-Public Health, Pre-Radiologic Sciences, Pre-Veterinary Medicine Professional Writing—Publishing Track, Digital Writing Track Psychology Religious Studies Russian Social Work Sociology Spanish/Hispanic Cultures Studio Art Theatre Arts Wildlife Conservation Women and Gender Studies—Secondary Emphasis Zoology
Behavioral Ecology of Religion and English • Evolutionary Ecology and Psychology • Gender and Sexuality Studies with secondary emphases in English and Museum Studies • Health Marketing with Integrated Media Arts and Spanish • Neuroscience and Philosophy • Theatre Design and Technology with a secondary emphasis in Anthropology
HANDS-ON EXPERIENCE Intimate classes, infinite connections At Juniata, your classes will feel
connected—thanks largely to the relationships you will have with peers and faculty. Here, you’ll find both a home and community completely committed to your personal and intellectual development. At Juniata, students build their résumés inside the classroom thanks to
discussion-based classes and projects that provide experience in career-related tasks. In our Innovations for Industry course, students work on information technology projects for real-world clients. Students learn group dynamics by taking a wilderness hike starting at unknown-tothem coordinates in the Behavioral Analysis of Organizations class. Environmental science and biology students can take courses and even live for a semester at the Raystown Field Station, where they work with water samples and animals in their natural setting. Some courses integrate service-learning, meaning that students volunteer, gaining perspective and leadership skills. Additionally, you’ll be guided by visiting experts: Glaeser Executives-In-Residence in the business department, actors who’ve just stepped off the stage in the theatre department, and visiting language instructors in world languages and cultures, among others.
95% of Juniata seniors participated in distinctive hands-on learning
These experiences help students earn
internships locally and in cities such as Washington, D.C., and Los Angeles, as well as internationally. Similarly, they prepare students for undergraduate research summer experiences on campus and at national labs, such as the National Institute of Standards and Technology, the National
Institutes of Health, and Lawrence Berkeley
National Laboratory. Juniata
students can complete capstone experiences— independent projects, in consultation with faculty, that bring together the majority of one’s Juniata education in a significant research or creative experience—in any field. After gaining hands-on experience as undergraduates, our students land jobs across various sectors, often with counseling from Juniata’s Career Services Office, which hosts Pennsylvania’s largest college Career
Fair, featuring more than 100 employers, including Fortune 500 companies. such as Aflac, DaVita, and Enterprise.
Juniata alumni also attend the Career Fair, to represent employers or recruit for their own businesses. They’re instrumental in connecting students with internships and are so
committed to supporting current students that they have created an endowment to support students interning in metropolitan areas. Small classes and a large network mean you are a handshake, a conversation, a project, or a visit away, at all times, from a network of people committed to Juniata, and to your long-term success.
INTERNSHIPS Every morning, Juniata students wake up and head off to hands-on experiences across the U.S. and around the world. In the past few years, students from the College have interned and researched in Orizaba, Mexico; London, England; Trnava, Slovakia; and The Gambia. Here’s a look at a sampling.
Andrew Maul ’14 BIOLOGY Harvard Research Internship, Boston, Mass.
Trevor Havemann ’16 PHILOSOPHY, POLITICS AND ECONOMICS Pennsylvania State Capitol, Harrisburg, Pa.
Emma Campbell ’16 HISTORY AND MUSEUM STUDIES Office of the Register and Recorder, Huntingdon, Pa.
Danielle Boothe ’16 BIOLOGY Dr. Lamendella’s Microbiology Lab, Juniata College
Taylor Clark ’17 ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE Northwest Trek Wildlife Park Eatonville, Washington
Stephen Nolan ’14 PSYCHOLOGY The Colbert Report, New York, N.Y.
TASTE OF THE 9-TO-5 Like many Juniata students, Elise Mihranian ’14 wasted no time taking advantage of campus opportunities. By her sophomore year at Juniata, she had won the Bailey Oratorical—a speech competition with a 99-year history—hosted her own radio show on the College station, WKVR, and become a top student fundraiser for the campus Relay for Life. Still, Elise craved more experience—to give herself an edge after graduation. “I was a big fish in a small pond and I was ready to try being in a
Elise Mihranian ’14, Chester Springs, Pa., interned at various organizations, including Tech America in Washington, D.C. Her POE was international business communication.
big pond,” Elise recalls. So, in 2011, Elise found herself
In her internship, Elise focused
During her senior year, Elise interned
an internship in event planning
her daytime efforts on public
at TE Connectivity (formerly Tyco
at Dreams Resort in Punta Cana,
relations work, assembling the
Electronics) where she is now
Dominican Republic, where she
research of other interns for media
employed as a Organizational
put both her Spanish skills and her
kits, assisting with the company
courses in international business
blog, and organizing panels on
timely topics, like sequestration
“Juniata even supported me while I was away from campus,” Elise says. “Internships are a great way to find your place in the world.”
and defense. In the evenings, she
“At Juniata, each opportunity led to more opportunities. In the end, I
Feeling even more empowered to explore, Elise next used Juniata’s partnership with The Washington Center, in Washington, D.C., to secure an internship with Tech America in 2012. “I wanted to taste the 9-to-5 in a
volunteered for a political campaign and wrote paid entries for a young professionals’ blog. Her internship highlight involved presenting research on what the government does with big data to government leaders and technology companies. “It’s
a big deal to be able to present something on Capitol Hill as a 19-year-old,” Elise says, enthusiasm still invigorating her voice nearly three years later.
signed a contract with TE in October of my senior year, which was a huge relief,” Elise says. “My advice: do an internship. In fact, do several.” In 2016, Elise is serving as a Human Resources and Communications Specialist at TE. In addition to focusing on the people-side of changes, she is a diversity advocate and champion in the workplace,
leading initiatives to
empower and connect women.
big city,” Elise says. think 9
STUDY ABROAD Rural setting, global community Nestled in the leafy rolling mountains of central Pennsylvania, Juniata is located in a charming small town where students and faculty enjoy a tight-knit community full of academic and social opportunities as well as scenic
surroundings that provide relief from the pressure of spirited discussions, engaging writing assignments, and final exams. But the Juniata community isn’t all about the scenery. Students come to Juniata because it is a serene location where you
can focus unequivocally on your educational goals. And that includes a world of knowledge
you’ll read about in books and also find all around you. On Juniata’s campus, you’ll interact with classmates from
34 countries and 39 states, many of whom have returned from study abroad locations on six continents. Gain a global perspective: sample different varieties of curry at Asian Food Expo, learn the significance of the Chinese Moon Festival, hear the several dialects spoken at Fiesta Latina, and engage with the scores of students each year who present on their time and
about the world going to Juniata in
a small town than I
Then, gain first-hand international experience by studying
have living in a city
abroad. We have yearlong, semester-long, summer, and shortterm opportunities. Our international program within a rural location is one of the more striking opposites of Juniata: we have been acclaimed
for our comprehensive
internationalism, even as we are set in a place of staggering beauty that seems a step away from everywhere else. Throughout your four years at Juniata, your understanding
of many cultures will expand through the celebration, sharing, and support of our community. By engaging in these conversations, students develop intellectual dexterity, courage of heart, an ease with collaboration, and a habit of self-reliance.
“I have learned more
for 18 years.” —Harris Cauler ’15 Moorestown, N.J. INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY WITH A SECONDARY EMPHASIS IN MANAGEMENT
Harris is now employed as a digital project manager at GEICO in Washington D.C.
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(Language of instruction)
AUSTRALIA Newcastle: University of Newcastle BELGIUM Brussels: Educational Programs Abroad (EPA) and French Field Study and Internship Programs (IFE) CHINA East China Normal University CZECH REPUBLIC Brno: Masaryk University ECUADOR Galapagos: Galapagos Academic Institute for the Arts & Sciences (GAIAS) Quito: Universidad San Francisco Pachaysana: Rehearsing Change FRANCE Lille: Université Catholique de Lille Paris: IFE Internships Strasbourg: IFE Internships Aix-en-Provence: IAU College GERMANY Bocholt/Gelsenkirchen: Westfälische Hochschule Bonn: EPA Internships Berlin: EPA Internships Marburg: Philipps Universität Münster/Steinfurt: FH Münster HUNGARY Budapest: Semesters in Mathematics and Mathematics Education (BSM and BSME) INDIA Chennai: Madras Christian College Kerala: Sacred Heart College IRELAND Cork: University College Cork JAPAN Sapporo: Hokusei-Gakuen University Osaka: Kansai Gaidai University MEXICO Guanajuato: Universidad de Guanajuato Puebla: Universidad de las Americas Xalapa: Universidad de la Veracruzana NEW ZEALAND Dunedin: University of Otago Hamilton: University of Waikato RUSSIA Volgograd: Volgograd State Social Pedagogical University SPAIN Barcelona: Universidad de Barcelona Sevilla: Universidad Pablo de Olavide Madrid: EPA Internships Valladolid: Universitas Castallae UNITED KINGDOM Cheltenham: University of Gloucestershire Leeds: University of Leeds Lincoln: University of Lincoln York: York St. John University Northern Ireland: University of Ulster London: EPA Internships Edinburgh: EPA Internships 12 evolve
Juniata students come from 34 countries and 39 states
SHORT-TERM PROGRAMS AUSTRIA Vienna: Internationales Kulturinstitut (IKI) CANADA Laval: École des langues at Université Laval CHINA Business in China, China Today FRANCE Lille: Université Catholique de Lille, European Summer Program THE GAMBIA Politics in The Gambia GERMANY Münster: KAPITO Gelsenkirchen: Westfälische Hochschule Institute for Journalism and Public Relations Steinfurt: Computer Science in FH Münster JAPAN Arts & Religion MEXICO Orizaba: Instituto de Estudios Avanzados de Oriente (IDEA) RUSSIA St. Petersburg: Smolny Institute RWANDA Study Abroad Rwanda SLOVAKIA Viticulture and Enology in Central Europe TAIWAN Environmental Resource Entrepreneurship UNITED KINGDOM Conflict, Trauma, and Reconciliation in Northern Ireland
● Where students are from
Where students study abroad
Nearly half of Juniata students study abroad evolve 13
TRADITIONS Tried and true, bold and new Visit our campus and you’ll notice that people wave and smile as you pass them. Traditions are a central reason for this cheer. Your very first weekend
at Juniata features Lobsterfest, a crustacean-themed picnic (with other foods, for the shellfish-averse) where all College clubs set up recruiting booths. It is the first of an annual string of traditions that encourage you to Mountain Day
explore yourself and find your place in Juniata’s community. You’ll soon realize: Juniata’s
social scene includes everyone,
whether you’re signing up for an event with a friend or running alongside a
stranger clad in a superhero costume. The running is a part of Storming
the Arch. Every fall, challenge-hungry freshmen charge toward the iconic archway of the oldest dorm on campus. Run fast. If you break through, you’ll earn the best room on campus and widespread adoration. But, storming isn’t just about the glory of breaking through a crowd of rugby players (no one has ever made it). It’s about freshmen bonding with upperclass students. Whether you storm or not, you’ll soon join in a common campus conversation—guessing when Mountain
Day will occur. No one knows
in advance when it will be, so the suspense is intense. Fortunately, the day itself is about relaxing as a community. Classes
are canceled and students spend the day at nearby Raystown Lake where
they walk, picnic, and vie in a tug-of-war competition versus faculty.
Storming of the Arch
Storming of the Arch
As winter break draws near, you’ll be so much a part of our community that you’ll be assembling a group of friends with whom to attend
Madrigal—our winter formal dinner and dance. In fact, you may be so committed to tradition that you’ll vie for Juniata’s most popular tickets at the table that sings “Five Golden Rings” during the singing of the Twelve Days of Christmas carol. How will you earn them? Camp
out in a tent in the ticket line for a week—in November. Late November. Cold November. In fact, you’ll come to find that “tenting,” as we call it, is as much a part of this tradition as Madrigal itself. But traditions aren’t only an homage
inspire culminates in one night of “phantastic phun.” At Physics
Phun Night, the Society of
Traditions are a historic reminder about what we love about Juniata, but they grow and evolve every
Physics Students club—sometimes
year. Old or new, they help build
aided by Nobel prize-winning
happy students and a joyful
performs scientific demos with the
you to a long line of alumni
to present your research or listen
pyrotechnic panache of rock stars.
who have shared the experience.
to your peers explain their summer
Finally, the academic year winds
to what’s old. As the first tulips bloom on our quad, you will prepare
laboratory projects. Liberal
Symposium is an on-campus
conference, a daylong celebration of project development, undergraduate research, and performances. Everyone looks forward to sharing their work, picnicking on the quad, and listening to Juniata’s instrumental music groups. By the end of April, the energy and community that traditions
Juniata graduate, Bill Phillips—
down and finals approach. In the past few years, students have started a new series of traditions,
you’re navigating an inflatable obstacle course, petting a furry friend at “Dogs and Donuts,” or challenging peers to board games, you’ll be defusing exam stress through Juniata’s most constant support mechanism: community.
Liberal Arts Symposium
CAMPUS LIFE Study hard, play hard Academics at Juniata are characterized by challenge. Professors will push you to learn by assigning projects that will stretch you intellectually. Your peers will study by your side, even late into the night. Fortunately, we’re not only good at working hard—we also play hard. The same professors who spend hours advising you will also participate in campus traditions and attend your club events. At Juniata, campus
life is driven by students, mostly through
their participation in clubs. More than 100 student organizations run the gamut from academic honor societies and club sports to community service, diversity and advocacy, and outdoor exploration groups. And, as with the Program of Emphasis, if you can’t find the club you’re looking for, you can create your own. In some of Juniata’s student organizations, students come together to enjoy the beauty
of our natural surroundings. In others, they
completely geek out—whether they’re tossing quaffles at goal posts while
playing Quidditch on the Quad or enjoying the neon glow of an evening
light saber battle. Some clubs inspire students to pursue alternative
spring breaks where they serve others abroad and support causes
in a collective way, achieving more than they could have individually accomplished, while making lifelong connections. So, plan ahead. Fuel yourself with caffeine for studying late into the nights. Don’t forget to pack sweatbands for Ultimate
Frisbee competitions (which occur nearly continuously on the Quad) or disc golf. Throw in your hiking pack and gear for Man v. Wild-themed outdoor retreats. Bring along old jeans to throw ceramic pieces with Mudjunkies, a blanket for movies on
the lawn, and a tool belt for local Habitat
for Humanity builds.
Most of all, you’ll need a sense of exploration. You’ll
think in new
ways in your courses, but also through clubs and organizations where you will try new experiences and, as a result, evolve to find new passions. At Juniata, you’ll be challenged to act in a variety of
scenarios—not just classes—with new people, original ideas, and inspiring insights that will help you live a fulfilling life. 16 evolve
American Association of U for Microbiology • Ame Molecular Biology • Amigo • Andrew Lawson Geologic • Art Alliance • Badminton Pre-Law Club • Big Broth Fellowship • Caring for Kid • Catholic Council • Chem Club • Chinese Dinner • Colleges Against Cancer • C Ensemble • Eagle’s Nest • • Empty Bowls • Environm Fiesta Latina • Five Rivers Club • Fruit and Wine Clu Club • Habitat for Human America • Her Campus • Japanese Club • Juniata A of Games • Juniata Colleg Association • Juniata Co Disc Golf Association • College Divers • Juniata Emergency Management S • Juniata College Republi Juniata College Secular Alliance • Juniata College Club • Juniata Exotics So Juniata Game Developers • Instructors of the Future • Ski Club • Juniata Starg Juniata Star Wars Club • • Laughing Bush • Libera Madrigal • Major Event Thon • Ministry of Games • Model UN • Mud Junk Mr. Juniata • Mountain Da Success • Nourish Interna Delta Kappa • Otaku Cultu • Photography Club • Phy Plexus • Poker Club • Po • Pre-Veterinary Medicine Psychology Club • Quiddi Club • Sigma Tau Delta • Club • Social Work Club • S Club • Springfest • Stor Association • Student Gov Government • Students He Beta • Ubuntu • Unitarian U Frisbee Club • Weightliftin Wildlife Society • WKVR • Club • Women’s Volleyball
University Women • American Society erican Society of Biochemistry and os de Guanin • Amnesty International cal Society • Apiary Club (Bee Team) n Club • Bailey Oratorical • Barristers’ hers Big Sisters • Brethren Student ds With Cancer • Casual Running Club mistry Club • Chess Alliance • Chinese Christian Ministry Board • Circle K • Communication & Media Club • Dance • Eagletones • Ecohouse • Eid Dinner mental Coalition • Equestrian Club • s Club • Friday Night Live • French ub • German Club • Global Alliance nity • Health Occupations Students of Hillel • International Cooking Club • Activities Board • Juniata Association ge Car Club • Juniata College Cycling ollege Democrats • Juniata College Juniata College Services icans • Student e Soccer ociety • Juniata Traditions Juniata Clubs gazers • Knitting Club • Korean Club • Kvasir al Arts Symposium • Lobsterfest • • May Day • Men’s Rugby • Minis • Mixed Martial Arts & Self-Defense kies • Muslim Student Association • ay • National Society of Leadership & ational • Null Set • ONE • Omicron ure Club • PAWS • Philosophy Club ysics Phun Night • Ping Pong Club • okemon League • Power Up Gambia & Animal Sciences Club • PRISM • itch Club • Running Club • Russian Sign Language Club • Social Dancing Society of Physics Students • Spanish rming of the Arch • Student Alumni vernment Executive Board • Student elping Students • Trap and Skeet • Tri Universalist Union • Umoja • Ultimate ng Club • Wild Hunters of Juniata • Women in Physics • Women’s Rugby Club • Young Entrepreneurial Society
Create your own
“Coach Dubois is more than a coach, he’s my mentor. His expectations for me go beyond the field and push me to be a better athlete, student, and community member.” —Katie Fisher ’17 Rochester, N.Y. EDUCATION 2014/15 JUMP CONFERENCE CHAMPION
ATHLETICS Competitive individuals, triumphant teams Masc t Alfie o
If you’ve not guessed by now, Juniata is made up of individuals motivated to find a place that encourages personal exploration and accountability, and backs it up with a community committed to success. It’s true in the classroom and throughout student life, and it is true in athletics as well. A
good team needs competitive
individuals, but few teams are victorious without a championship team culture. At Juniata, coaches don’t simply make you a better athlete. They push you to be a dedicated
student and contributor to the community. Our
athletes are encouraged to participate in clubs, study abroad, and honor societies.
DIVISION III MEN’S VARSITY Baseball Basketball Cross Country Football Golf Indoor Track & Field Soccer Tennis Track & Field Volleyball WOMEN’S VARSITY Basketball Cross Country Field Hockey
But, when they step on the field, competition fuels their spirit. In the past five years, our teams have won conference championships in men’s and women’s basketball, field hockey, men’s tennis, and women’s volleyball, during which time men’s volleyball played in the national championship match. Brumbaugh Fitness Center is a 7,954-sq. ft. training facility that features more than 100 pieces of strength, cardio, and free-weight equipment. All facilities are supervised by Doug Smith, a registered
strength and conditioning coach with
emeritus status that only 37 of 33,000 coaches have nationwide. Coach Smith works with individual athletes, training them based on their team, position they play, strengths, and past weaknesses. His preseason, in-season, and postseason workouts facilitate team bonding. Smith and the staff of the Brumbaugh Fitness Center can train
compete at the top level. Coaches will urge you to be a great teammate by
being a whole person. And the triumph ultimately comes in how the entire experience prepares you for the demands of contemporary life.
Golf Indoor Track & Field Lacrosse Soccer Softball Swimming Tennis Track & Field Volleyball
HUNTINGDON Quaint town, majestic surroundings Juniata is located in Huntingdon, Pa., a town of 9,000 residents that provides many amenities that college students love— from cafés with locally-roasted coffee to a movie theatre with a student-designated night, an Art Space where students and alumni exhibit their work, and an upscale restaurant and martini bar. Our students know that studying
in a small
town has some distinct benefits beyond its quaint
friendliness. Many professionals in Huntingdon are adept at networking and, like professors at the College, work across different fields to help their organizations succeed. Our students intern at Huntingdon’s J.C. Blair Memorial Hospital, Mutual Benefit Insurance Group, alumni-owned businesses, and smaller organizations like county government offices or the local United Way. These local
opportunities highlight several growing fields—from rural healthcare to nonprofit leadership. Chemistry and art students work
with our local General Electric branch to use advanced
instrumentation to authenticate items from the Juniata College Museum of Art collection.
Pennsylvania’s ridge and valley region is ideal for studying geology
and environmental science, which are further supported
by Juniata’s Raystown Field Station, a facility on the shores of Raystown Lake that provides opportunities in environmental education and research. Community members, professionals, and students also come to Huntingdon to enjoy its majestic surroundings. From other states and countries, people travel to bike on the Allegrippis Trails, hike The Thousand Steps, and watch the fog burn off Pennsylvania’s largest inland lake in the early morning. Here, kayaks,
campfires, sunrises, sunsets, and wide-open spaces are the norm. And, our
club offerings and campus traditions—like Mountain Day, which takes place annually at the lake—encourage students to explore and enjoy. Huntingdon is a modern oasis, miles removed from the distractions of urban life, providing a place on earth seemingly reserved for the purpose of discovery. It is a
community where students find friends, role models, and leaders who guide them to a larger world. Here, you will learn, play, reflect, and serve to develop
the foundation for a fulfilling life—no matter where that life takes you. think 23
OUR GRADUATES Changing lives, transforming the world College is a time for exploration and growth: four years of moments and opportunities that will change you. At many liberal arts colleges, students achieve more than their expectations. At
“Juniata has a
Juniata, students magnify their interests and talents, learn to navigate the global community, and design lives of meaning and happiness.
Take graduates William Garrison ‘55 and Richard Ikeda ‘55, who led the team
where I was not
Operation Troop Appreciation, a nonprofit that sends care packages to
that invented Teflon. Alumna Kristen Holloway Querriera ’97 created
afraid to take
deployed service members. Before coming to college, Nicholas Bower ’00
risks or question
while completing medical school, Nick founded
my beliefs. Here, I realized my true potential—to inspire
hoped to eventually become a doctor. After graduating from Juniata and
Humanity, where he helps to serve the people of Duran, Ecuador, and empowers medical students with opportunities to shadow and learn in a developing county. How will you transform
the world with your Juniata education?
my future students to ‘think, evolve, and act.’” —Marissa Dougherty ’15 Plains, Pa. EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION AND SPECIAL EDUCATION
ACADEMIC SCHOLARSHIPS Sophisticated education, simple support Juniataâ€™s community, the experiences it makes possible, and the flexibility of its academic program combine for a sophisticated education. Our alumni, local and regional businesses, and other supporters provide generous funding to Juniata so that we have resources for a variety of scholarships. All
considered for academic merit-based scholarships that are guaranteed each year, for
four years, as long as the student makes academic progress. Last year, 100 percent of families who applied for need-based financial aid received it.
Competitive scholarships for outstanding academic achievement are also available. The Top Scholars Award is a scholarly discussion competition that provides the opportunity to earn an additional $2,000 to $5,000 dollars. For students interested in studying abroad, the Eagles
Scholarships in French, German, Russian, and Spanish
completely fund an international summer immersion at the end of freshman year and provide an additional $3,000 during the junior
National Merit, National Achievement, or National Hispanic finalists are eligible for an additional $2,500 scholarship. Heritage and Ray Day Scholarships are valued between $2,000 and $8,000 per year and are awarded to students year study abroad experience. Students who are
who show commitment to academic excellence, leadership, and community service that supports increased understanding among diverse groups. Our campus offerings and wide community create a strong and vital educational space. Choosing Juniata means not only benefiting from that environment but committing to enhancing it. For that reason, we view ourselves as partners with students and families in making our opportunities a reality. Tuition,
and board, and fees for the 2016-2017 school year totaled $53,760. To begin a
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AT A GLANCE Classes
13:1 student-faculty ratio 19 average class size 93% of faculty hold the highest degree in their field
$ 26,568 raised by 225 students during 2016 Relay for Life, several of whom donated inches of their hair to Pantene’s Locks for Length 3,946 student volunteer hours recorded in 2015
Academics 1070-1240 (CR+M) mid 50% SAT 25-28 mid 50% ACT Composite 3.68 average GPA of incoming freshmen 21 academic departments 65 designated POEs
Traditions 7 days that students tent to obtain the best tickets to our winter formal dinner-dance, Madrigal 76 approximate number of students who Storm the Arch 4 people—only—who know the date of Mountain Day before it happens 371 students share their research, studio art, and other scholarly work at Liberal Arts Symposium, Juniata’s on-campus conference
Students 1,583 enrolled students 165 international students (10.4%) 12.2% minority students 34 countries students come from 39 states students call home
Fun 17 golf balls owned by Juniata’s History Department, who golf in the hallways of Founders Hall, while advising students 110+ clubs and organizations 1,595 Twitter followers of President Troha @Juniataprztroha 1 day solely devoted to fun, see “Mountain Day,” on page 14 28 think
Food 35 pounds of honey harvested each year by the Apiary Club 420 trees tapped by 138 students, staff, and friends who bottle 35 gallons of syrup per year
Culture 400 works of art are held in the Juniata Museum of Art’s permanent collection 15 renowned authors, dancers, speakers, and musicians take part in the College’s Juniata Presents and Beyond Tolerance diversity series 5 languages offered
Financial Aid $34,812 average aid award 98% of students receive merit scholarships and/or need based financial aid. $42,170 tuition and fees $11,590 room and board $53,760 total cost
VISIT Small college, big family Our community is a big dealâ€”so much so that current students routinely interrupt tour guides to share why they love Juniata. Experience the power of opposites by engaging with our community. Youâ€™ll
be challenged to think, encouraged to evolve, and empowered to act. Options for Visiting Open Houses and Weekday Visits offer you the opportunity to take the first step in joining the Juniata community. Each visit option includes a different combination of a campus tour, admission information session, current student interactions, faculty meetings, and lunch in the dining hall. High school seniors and transfer students may request additional activities. Campus visits last at least two hours.
Register for an event online or schedule a visit at 814-641-3428 or juniata.edu/visit.
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