Parent's Council

The Juniata College Parents Program is designed to engage parents in the life of Juniata in a way that supports the needs of the parents and the needs of the College, while allowing students to retain their personal independence.

Together as partners, the Juniata community, you and, most importantly, your student can experience growth, success and new opportunities.

ENewsletter

Stay up to date on what's happening at Juniata through our Parent/Family ENewsletter! 

Upper Division Student Families July/Aug 2019

First Year Student Families July/Aug 2019

Parent Orientation Webinars

For families who weren’t able to join us in June, a summer webinar series is exploring important information communicated as a part of the Orientation family schedule. We invite you to consider taking part in upcoming conversations or viewing those that have already been broadcast:

Academic Life

Financial Planning

If you would like to register for future sessions please click on the links below.

Eagles Take Flight: Partnering with Families for Student Success Registration: July 31st at 6:00 pm (EST)

It's On Us Registration: August 7th at 6:00 pm (EST) 

Helpful Information for New Students and Families:

Health Forms - Download forms; have completed by your physician. Return to Juniata College Health & Wellness Center, 1700 Moore St, Huntingdon, PA  16652. Must be submitted by the time of your arrival on campus.
Housing Request Guide - Guide to using Eagles' Nook, the Residential Life housing portal. You will need to set up your Juniata network account (instructions provided in your matriculation packet) before you can access this portal.
Financial Information Orientation Presentation

Handout from Financial Information Orientation Presentation

Campus Technology Services Orientation Handout
Pre-College Checklist - Some helpful tips to get ready for college

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Did you know that one in three incoming Juniata students is recruited to our College by alumni and parents like yourself?

These recruiters use the Juniata Community Scholarship to help the College identify prospective Juniata students, actively assisting in their recruitment to Juniata. You, too, can help to build Juniata’s future by using the Juniata Community Scholarship.

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Health By Choice Names First Intern

Health by Choice

June 27, 2019

Health By Choice Education and Research in New Enterprise recently welcomed its first Intern, Morgan Instone, 20, a senior at Juniata College. Read More

300 Years Of History Could Be Unearthed In Stroudsburg

Stroud Mansion Dig

June 21, 2019

Dr. Jonathan Burns is leading a team of students trying to find artifacts from the mid to late 1700's at the Stroud Mansion. Watch Here

Juniata College students Advance in Community Bank Case Study National Competition

Juniata College

May 8, 2019

Department of Banking and Securities Secretary Robin L. Wiessmann congratulated students from Juniata College of Pennsylvania, Kutztown University of Pennsylvania, and York College of Pennsylvania for advancing to the second round of the national 2019 Community Bank Case Study Competition. Read More

Juniata College student from Harrisburg collecting cleats for athletes in Gambia

Cleats

Apr. 14, 2019

A Juniata College student who grew up in Harrisburg is collecting cleats for athletes overseas. Watch Here

Through the Eyes of an Eagle

Student Blog

Who knows more about Juniata than those who attend classes here every day. Read our student blogs for insights into the Juniata lifestyle.

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Summer Camps at Juniata College

Photos by Candice Hersh

Each summer, the classrooms and fields of play at Juniata stay active as the college is host to many summer camps for a variety of ages and audiences. Highlighted here are just a few of the camps that have already taken place, with many more to come, including Juniata's Health Professions Institute on July 28 through August 3, which provides opportunities for high school students to experience different areas of health care as a career discipline while participating in a high-quality, lab-based learning experience.