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integration, Commonwealth University, Featured, general July 1, 2022
After more than 18 months of work by nearly 1,000 individuals, the integration of Bloomsburg, Lock Haven, and Mansfield universities under the banner of Commonwealth University officially took place on Friday, July 1.

Casey Hibbard, of Rochester, New York, is the recipient of Commonwealth University-Lock Haven's Athletic Training Alumni Scholarship and Chris Andorfer Ward Memorial Lacrosse Scholarship for the 2022-23 school year.

Commonwealth University-Lock Haven is beginning the academic term with a fourth year of funding from the Early Childhood Education Professional Development Organization at PASSHE (ECEPDO@PASSHE) to support professional development for early childhood educators.

Christian Good of Muncy is the recipient of Commonwealth University-Lock Haven's John F. Curcio Scholarship and Perna Family Memorial Scholarship for the 2022-23 school year. Good is preparing to enter his senior year in the 3+2 undergraduate physician assistant (PA) program at The Haven. He is also an Army ROTC cadet and a member of the Boxing Club, the Christian Student Fellowship, and Campus Crusade for Christ.

Bloomsburg, Lock Haven, and Mansfield, together as Commonwealth University and the Central Columbia School District (Columbia County), have signed an agreement guaranteeing admission, eligibility for merit-based scholarships, and on-campus housing at any of its locations.

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