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Commencement Ceremony at Allegheny College Celebrates the Class of 2024 and Two Distinguished Leaders

Today, Allegheny College honored 300 graduating students and presented honorary degrees to two distinguished leaders at Commencement ceremonies held inside the David V. Wise Center. Elisabeth Smith, CEO at Acutec Precision Aerospace, Inc. in Meadville, PA delivered the commencement address. In her remarks, Elisabeth highlighted the power of a strong community and the difference a

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Allegheny College Celebrates Transformation of Reis Hall With Groundbreaking Ceremony

While the day started out rainy, the celebration moved inside as key leaders dug in to mark the groundbreaking ceremony held in Schultz Banquet Hall. The celebration marked the start of renovations to Reis Hall, which will transform the building into the Phil St. Moritz ‘61 Center for Innovation.  The St. Moritz Center for Innovation

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10th Annual Gator Give Day Breaks Records, Brings Campus Together and Unites Alumni Far and Wide

The Tenth Annual Gator Give Day brought the Allegheny community together both near and far, online, in person, and with much joy. And it was record-breaking, with funds raised surpassing any previous year.  On April 18, more than 2,890 alumni, parents, employees, students, and friends from around the world made gifts to Allegheny, totaling over

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Allegheny College To Celebrate Historic Solar Eclipse at Robertson Athletic Complex

A celebration will be held at the Robertson Athletic Complex Football Stadium on April 8 from noon to 4 p.m. during the eclipse. Allegheny College community, family, friends, and guests are invited to attend. The Astronomy Club and astrophysicist Professor Jamie Lombardi will be there to answer questions and help attendees understand the phenomenon.  The

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Allegheny College Announces New Healthcare Management Major

Allegheny College is pleased to announce the addition of a new major, a Bachelor of Science in Healthcare Management, offered to new and existing students beginning in the fall 2024 semester. The program addresses growing needs in the delivery of preventive health and healthcare services, preparing students with interdisciplinary expertise across the College, including coursework

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Allegheny College Receives $21 Million in Gifts to Enrich the Campus and Student Experience

Allegheny College, one of the nation’s oldest and most innovative four-year colleges, where multidisciplinary learning breaks the conventional mold, has announced that it has received a three-part leadership gift totaling $16 million from alumna and Allegheny College trustee emerita Patricia Bush Tippie ’56, and an additional $5 million from an anonymous donor. The donations ensure

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Norm A. Sundstrom Walk of Fame Celebrates Athletic Excellence

On Saturday, February 10, Allegheny College dedicated the Norm A. Sundstrom Walk of Fame in the David V. Wise Athletic Center. The space pays tribute to Sundstrom, a major force behind the tradition of athletic excellence at Allegheny, and also recognizes the talents and triumphs of the College’s greatest athletic legends. “It is important, first

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Allegheny College Announces Expansion of Full-Tuition Commitment to Access Program to Ohio

Allegheny College, one of the nation’s oldest and most innovative four-year colleges, has announced the expansion of its investment in the Commitment to Access Program (CAP), building upon the College’s founding mission of providing access to a transformative education. The program now covers 100 percent of tuition for Ohio and Pennsylvania students from families earning

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