I met recently with Katie Jordan Warmington, Associate Director of New England Admissions for a delicious lunch and informative update on Susquehanna’s college profile. A beautiful and historic liberal arts college located on 300 acres in Selinsburg, Pennsylvania, Susquehanna offers its 2,000 plus students over sixty academic majors/minors within three schools: Sigmund Weis School of Business, the School of Arts, and the School of Natural and Social Sciences. There are no graduate students on campus so professors (92% PhD or highest equivalent) are focused entirely on the undergrads. And, in addition to classroom study, students are encouraged to include internships, “faculty mentored” research, and study abroad as part of their learning experience. Pre-professional programs for the career minded range from ministry and dentistry to teaching, veterinary medicine and law. Over 80% of Susquehanna’s student population lives on campus with access to excellent facilities such as the performance/recital hall, fitness center, art gallery, recreational center and much more. Athletes compete in the Landmark Conference and Liberty League with 23 Division III varsity sports as well as several club and intramural options. The average admissions profile of a Susquehanna student: 3.25 GPA, 530-610 SAT/math and 520-610 SAT/critical reading. Not a great test taker? The “Write Option” allows an applicant to substitute required test scores with two graded writing samples. To learn more about what Susquehanna offers, go to www.susqu.edu or contact Katie directly at jordank@susqu.edu.

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