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In this issue:
Johnson College’s Industry-Focused Reputation
Building for a Cause
Dr. Ann L. Pipinski: Woman of Excellence

President’s Leadership Institute
Honoring Student Achievements
Career Fairs Help Students Plan for Success

Alumni News
Student Life Highlights

Johnson College Open House Scheduled for March

Johnson College will hold an Open House for prospective students and their families on Saturday, March 2, 2013 starting at 9:30 a.m.

Open House activities will include information sessions on the admissions process, on-site applications, information on financial aid (financial aid is available to those who qualify), and student services such as housing, student life, student support, athletics, and career services. Tours of each technical area will also be conducted and department chairs will be available to review the specifics of their programs.

Those interested in attending the Open House can register online at or by calling the Admissions Department at 570-702-8900. Application fees will be waived for those who apply at the Open House.

A Financial Aid FAFSA Presentation is also scheduled for 9:00am that day for students and families who wish to ask questions or seek financial advice before the Open House begins.

The Open House and Financial Aid FAFSA Presentation will be held in the Moffat Building, located on the College’s campus at 3427 North Main Avenue in Scranton, which is off exit 190 on I-81.

Current Johnson College students will be on hand to answer questions at the College’s Open House for prospective students and their families on Saturday, March 2, 2013 starting at 9:30 a.m.
Left to Right (Sitting): Johnell Cremard ’14, Biomedical Equipment Technology, Clarks Summit; Amber Ulrich ’14, Veterinary Technology, Danville
Left to Right (Standing): Kourtney Connelly ’14, Biomedical Equipment Technology, Saylorsburg; Jacob Martin ’14, Carpentry & Cabinetmaking Technology, Honesdale; Marshall McCarty ’14, Electrical Construction & Maintenance Technology, Meshoppen; Anthony Catalano ’13, Electrical Construction & Maintenance Technology, Bushkill