'Links' Excited to Help New Students Greet Their Future

Published 06.24.2016

Student News

This summer's Links and Madigan Library: two sources of valuable information for Penn College students.Front row (from left): Nina L. Walk, of Bellefonte, graphic design; Lindsey A. King, Hanover, pre-applied health studies: occupational therapy assistant concentration; Alexandra D. Petrizzi, Langhorne, dental hygiene: health policy & administration concentration; David A. Gadalla, Carlisle, aviation maintenance technology; Lauren J. Crouse, Turbotville, applied human services; Alexis J. Medero, Levittown, civil engineering technology. Back row (from left): Caleb E. Cartmell, Honesdale, automotive technology management: automotive technology concentration; Mitchell J. Berninger, Williamsport, web and interactive media; Everett B. Appleby, Wilkes-Barre, building science and sustainable design: building construction technology concentration; Grant A. McCauley, Muncy, emergency management technology; Alexander R. Wetzel, Sunbury, industrial design; Duncan Rodriguez, Kunkletown, nursing.The Summer 2016 Connections Links are ready to welcome guests to campus for Penn College’s orientation program starting Monday and running through July 21. Six two-day sessions (for first-year enrollees) and two one-day sessions (for adult learners and transfers) will prepare students and their families for the new experiences and challenges of college life. Offering their friendly faces at those sessions are 12 Connections Links, seasoned and knowledgeable student leaders ready to facilitate networking and answer a wide range of questions.