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Spread your wings and take a virtual trip through the future home of sports, fitness and well-being at E-town!
In a recent LancasterOnline article, the Department of Education at Elizabethtown College was featured for their work in helping a young man fulfill his dreams of attending college.
The Educate For Service Awards are the highest honors bestowed upon alumni by Elizabethtown College and the Elizabethtown College Alumni Association (ECAA). These awards are intended to recognize alumni who exemplify the foundation of the College spirit and legacy of education.
We hope you had a great time at Homecoming and Family Weekend 2017! We can't wait to see you all again in 2018.
Alumni are invited to attend the 2017-2018 Global Film Festival on-campus throughout this academic year.

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Department of Education at Elizabethtown College Featured in Recent LancasterOnline Article

For the past two years, faculty members and students from the Department of Education have worked with Chris Davis, a young man who was diagnosed with severe autism at the age of two. The positive impacts these Elizabethtown College members have had on Davis and his dream of attending college were highlighted on

Alumna Finds Inspiration in Helping Others
Allison Rohland '14, Gallery Coordinator at Friendship Heart Gallery in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, helped organize the inaugural "Chalk the Block" fundraiser celebrating community and arts engagement. Participants collectively created a temporary mural in Prince Street Park. The Friendship Heart Gallery is an extension of Friendship Community, which provides value through artistic expression to artists with intellectual disabilities.
Bowers Center Virtual Fly-Through Video
Spread your wings and take a virtual trip through the future home of sports, fitness and well-being at E-town—the Bowers Center!  Complete with pop-up labels describing some of the Center's many features, the virtual fly-through video and accompanying webpage details promise to bring you up-to-speed with this exciting future facility!
November is Long-Term Care Awareness Month
At least 70 percent of all people over age 65 require some type of Long-Term Care during their lifetime. Now is a great time to have a conversation about important topics like aging, health and money, before a crisis puts you at a disadvantage. And planning for Long-Term Care is a critical part of being prepared. In addition to Long-Term Care, the Alumni Insurance Program offers a wide variety of insurance plans, provides quality products and excellent customer service. For more information, click here!
I love coming home to E-town and remembering what drew me to it in the first place. Serving Thanksgiving Dinner to current students with my friends has been a tradition since we graduated. It's a truly awesome visual representation of how much the students, staff, faculty, and alumni are invested in the College.
- Kaitlin McCaffrey, Class of 2010
Every time I step on campus, I feel a sense of pride. Pride that it's my alma mater, in what I was able to accomplish while I was a student, and what I have been able to do to give back to the College since I graduated.
- Patti Hivner, Class of 1986
Educate for Service has been the foundation of my time since I left Elizabethtown. The opportunity to give back to a place that provided me so much has been immensely rewarding!
- Ryan Unger, Class of 2001