Help with the FAFSA Form

Do you need help with filing the Free application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA®)? The FAFSA is used by students to apply for financial aid such as grants, work study and student loans. You will be able to ask our Higher Education Access Partners questions about the FAFSA during this interactive webinar. Join this webinar for a walk through of filling out the form. Click the button to register!

LVC Health and Biomedical Science Summer Program

There is a valuable academic opportunity for students: the Lebanon Valley College Health and Biomedical Sciences Summer Program, which will be held online from July 26-28, 2021.   

The Health and Biomedical Sciences Summer Program will be held via Zoom from 11 a.m.-1 p.m. and 2-4 p.m. ET each day and costs $175.  We are happy to welcome rising High School freshmen-seniors.   

The goal of the Health and Biomedical Sciences Summer Program is to provide a window into the scientific basis of human health.  Our online Health and Biomedical Sciences Summer program will include live lectures from LVC faculty, visiting guest speakers, online laboratory exercises and other interactive activities.  While we cannot duplicate the in-person experience of our traditional summer camp, our faculty are committed to providing students with an engaging and valuable experience! 

Students will be introduced to the fundamentals of immunology, molecular biology, pharmacology, physiology and neuroscience.  In addition, students will interact with practicing professionals in fields such as medicine, physical therapy, toxicology, and biomedical laboratory research. The Health and Biomedical Sciences Program will provide a fun, challenging and engaging college environment in which students will develop a deeper understanding of what it means to be a biomedical scientist and health professional.   

For more information, or if you or your students have questions about the camp, you can visit the Health and Biomedical Sciences website ( or contact Dr. Courtney Lappas at

Interested in Taking the ASVAB?

The Spring ASVAB will be held on Wednesday, March 3rd at Penn Manor High SchoolThe ASVAB is offered to Junior and Senior students only.

The ASVAB is a test used for military entrance as well as for further career development. The ASVAB has eight test areas: General Science, Arithmetic Reasoning, Word Knowledge, Paragraph Comprehension, Mathematics Knowledge, Electronics Information, Auto and Shop Information and Mechanical Comprehension. The test will help you identify your skills in various areas and link them to careers of your interest. 

Click ASVAB if you would like to sign up!

If you sign up to take the test, please continue to check your student email account for test day information. You will receive test day information prior to the test date! If you have any questions, please see your counselor. 

Military Contacts:

Staff Sergeant Kenneth E. Wallace – U.S. Marine Corps Recruiter C: (717) 333-4409 Email:

Second Class Petty Officer Tiara Culp – Navy Recruiter C: (717) 803-0095 Email:

Staff Sergeant Cynthia Barraza – Army Recruiter C: (717) 209-1452 Email:

Sergeant Jarrett G. Seigle – National Guard Recruiter C: (717) 448-1906 Email:

ASVAB Practice Sites:

Go to
– Select “Professional Exams”
– Select “Military Exams”
– Select “AFQT”

Go to, Click section for ASVAB 

For more information on the ASVAB Career Exploration Program, visit

PMEF Scholarships

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Penn Manor Education Foundation offers nearly 60 different scholarships to graduating Penn Manor High School seniors every winter before graduation, with total annual awards in excess of $70,000. The application period runs from January through March 10.

A committee of PMEF board members reviews the applications and awards scholarships to students based on financial need, academic achievement, community involvement, intended field of study or vocation, character traits, and other factors. Scholarship descriptions are listed below.

Students submit applications online through Kaleidoscope. All applications include an essay question and require transcripts, resumes and teacher recommendations. Some of the scholarships listed do not involve an application and will be selected by high school staff.

Don’t wait! Deadlines for many scholarships are approaching quickly!

Interested in applying or learning more? Go to

Students can also view PMEF Scholarships and many other local scholarship opportunities in the Xello account. Click Goals and Plans >> Manage >> College Planning >> Local Scholarships.

Shippensburg University- 2021 Instant Decision Days

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Instant Decision Days on Friday, February 19th and Thursday, March 4th

This is for interested seniors that have not yet applied to Ship for Fall 2021! Please read the following information and plan for your instant decision at Shippensburg University. Once you complete the steps, you will be ready for your appointment.

1.      All students will need to complete an Undergraduate Admissions application first: Please use fee waiver code: SHIPBB to waive the $45 application fee. The university application will take students no more than 10-15 minutes to complete.

2.      Once you’ve applied, you can go to this link to register for an Instant Decision timeslot: on February 19th or March 4th. Please note: You will need to log-in with the personal email/password combination they used to apply.  

3.      To complete the Instant Decisions, students will need their high school transcripts and any other optional materials they’d like to supply (SAT/ACT scores, letters of recommendation, personal statements/essays, etc.). All Instant Decision appointments will be done through Zoom.

PA College of Health Sciences Open House and Dual Enrollment

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There is an upcoming open house for undergraduate studies on: Tuesday, February 23rd, 2021, 5-6 PM. This is a great way for interested high school students to explore the health care programming. Click here to sign up.

Rising juniors and senior students have the opportunity to take up to 7 dual enrollment credits each semester (2 classes) for 50% of the cost. Dual enrollment allows eligible high school juniors and seniors to enroll in general education courses while also completing high school requirements.Click here for details on classes, a dual enrollment checklist and requirements.