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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!
Alumni are invited to attend the 2017-2018 Global Film Festival on-campus throughout this academic year.

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Alumni Hotel Benefits in 2018
The 2018 hotel rates are in.

Visit the Alumni Benefits page for the most up-to-date hotel benefits offered to you as Elizabethtown College alumni. Also, familiarize yourself with all the benefits available to you through the Elizabethtown College Alumni Association.
Year-End Charitable Donations Information for 2017
Elizabethtown College will be closed for the holidays from December 22, 2017 - January 2, 2018.

The Office of Development recognizes that many choose this time of year to make their philanthropic contributions. Donations to the College are most welcome during these weeks!

For the past four years, Charles “Chip” Snyder '90 has been working with the nonprofit organization, Angel Flight East (AFE). This organization, which operates out of Blue Bell, Pennsylvania, is dedicated to serving the community by facilitating free air transportation for children and adults with medical conditions who need to get to treatment far from home. Volunteer pilots use their own aircraft to fly patients to their destinations. These men and women pay for all expenses for each mission they fly. On December 4, Snyder flew a patient from Syracuse, N.Y. to The Cleveland Clinic, Cleveland, OH. For more information on this local and charitable organization, 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