Winter 2019 – Albright College
Winter 2019
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Alumni Day at Spring Training

Join us on St. Patrick’s Day on Sun., March 17 when the Phillies take on the Yankees in Clearwater, FL!

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Albright right-sizes tuition

Beginning with the 2019-20 academic year, tuition will be reduced by 45 percent.

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Greet your graduate

Commencement is on Sat., May 18. If you are an Albright alum who is related to a 2019 grad, you may greet your family member after their diploma is awarded.

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Summer 2019 Albright Costa Rica Tour

Join the Alumni Association this summer for an ecotourism trip to Costa Rica.

Homecoming Reunions

Wanted: Homecoming reunion committee members

Classes whose graduation year ends in a 4 or a 9 are set to have reunions this Homecoming. Join your class committee to help plan your upcoming reunion.

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Albright awarded industrial hemp research permit

Permit will allow research and ability to grow industrial hemp in Pennsylvania during 2019.

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Adult undergraduate degrees & certificates available

Continuing your education? Accelerated certificates are now offered online in addiction studies or face to face for post-baccalaureate accounting.

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The success of the Albright Challenge

We raised over $114,000 because of you! Check out the breakdown!

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Seeking admission alumni reps

Help the Admission Office through multiple steps of the recruiting process for future Albrightians!

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Alumnus John Scholl ’69 honored

John’s 54 point single game basketball scoring record still stands, 50 years later!

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Freedman Gallery presents tribute to Richard Hamwi

Freedman Gallery features “Legacy, a Faculty & Alumni Showcase,” Feb. 21- April 14, in honor of educator Richard Hamwi, Ph.D.

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Save the Date: Natural sciences seminar

Connect with science faculty and students while alumnus Eric Lutz ’00, Ph.D., presents “Next-Generation Personalized Immunotherapies for Treating Cancer” on Thurs. March 28.