Jason Andracki

HEadshot of Jason Andracki
Email: jandrack@allegheny.edu
Office Phone: (814) 332-4725
Secondary Phone: (814) 332-4351
Office Building: 454 House
Office Room: 205
Box #: 5
Faculty Website

Professional Title/s

Associate Director of Marketing & Communications

Biographical Information

Jason joined the Admissions Office at Allegheny in January 1999. He is a Pittsburgh native and a graduate of Carnegie Mellon University with a degree in Professional Writing. While in college, he was involved with orientation and residence life and discovered he wanted to continue working in higher education. After some time in alumni affairs at his alma mater, he decided he wanted to assist students and their families with the college search, particularly in a liberal arts environment. He enjoys meeting students throughout their college search and helping them to see if Allegheny will be a good fit.

In addition to working with students on their college search, Jason assists with communications and data management in the Admission Office. He never understood why it was necessary for Excel to have upwards of 50,000 rows until working in admissions.

About me: Collector / Metalhead / Vegetarian
Pronouns: he / him / his

Fun Facts About Jason

  • Favorite Meadville Restaurant: Julian's (any burger can be made as a veggie burger if you're a vegetarian or vegan)
  • Favorite Heavy Metal Bands: Trouble, Paradise Lost, Iron Maiden
  • Favorite Bands (non-metal): Superchunk, Fountains of Wayne, Wussy
  • Favorite Writers: Nick Hornby, Tom Perrotta, Patricia Highsmith
  • Hobbies: Hockey fan, comic book collector, music fan

Jason's Favorite Photos

Jason Andracki in the snow. Grey cat


More Information

Jason's Territories

  • Pennsylvania – Crawford, Venango, & Warren Counties
  • North Carolina
  • South Carolina

Travel Schedule

Travel calendars are updated daily with college fairs, high school visits, and off-campus interview opportunities.

Tips for Future Allegheny Students

  • You'll be in college, so listen to college radio. You'll discover new music and support true artists. I heard bands like the Death Cab for Cutie and Spoon years before their mainstream exposure by listening to 90.3 WARC, Allegheny's student-run radio station.
  • It snows in Meadville. Often. So get a good jacket, boots, and a warm hat (see photo). There are some excellent sled-riding spots right on campus. The hill near Reis Hall is a family favorite.
  • You can learn a lot about a college through websites, alumni, guidance counselors, and guidebooks, but nothing can compare to visiting a college in person. Make sure to tour the campus, talk to people, even eat the food before you decide to spend four years there.