How to get a summer work study job

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Gannon University has a work-study program where students can have paying part-time jobs while focusing on their studies. While the jobs are only part-time, the assistant director at the financial aid office Chris Sukitsch said that “jobs are still jobs” and real world employers often contact work-study supervisors. Most students at Gannon University are eligible […]

Scholarships ease burden; increase opportunity

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We all remember the stress of choosing which college to attend. You want to choose a school that is the perfect fit for you in all aspects – socially, academically and financially. For many of us, the most daunting part of choosing a school is seeing the cost of tuition. For this reason, many people […]

Fraternity Reunion Leads to Endowment for Gannon University Students

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Alumni from Gannon University’s chapter of the Pi Kappa Alpha (PKA) fraternity, the Epsilon Upsilon chapter, established an endowed scholarship that will benefit current fraternity members who maintain a 3.0 grade-point average. The Pi Kappa Alpha Endowed “Power” Scholarship will consist of $75,000 raised by the alumni of the Gannon PKA chapter that will be […]

Flip Flop Friday: The perfect day for a visit to Gannon

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Experience Gannon; and feel more than just the lake effect. Erie has a lot going on this summer, and Gannon is right in the center of the action! Join us on July 12 or August 9 for a Flip Flop Friday where you will experience more than just a day at the beach! Our Flip Flop Fridays give […]

Join us for Spring Open House on April 13!

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Gannon will open its doors to prospective students and their families when the University hosts its annual Spring Open House on Saturday, April 13. Open House is an opportunity for students and families to see the campus and learn more about University resources as well as admissions and financial aid. While reservations are not necessary, it […]

Making sense of financial aid: practical advice and insight

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Sharon Krahe has straightforward advice for parents of high school students going through the process of visiting colleges and applying for financial aid: leave no stone unturned and don’t make assumptions. Krahe, director of Gannon University’s Financial Aid Office, encourages parents and students to apply for financial aid, even if they don’t believe they will be […]

@ GU: November starts now!

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Take a look at what’s happening this month on campus with Allison Kessler in this month’s @GU. For more news and info from GU, be sure to like Gannon on Facebook! [youtube_sc url=””]

Chem lab assistant puts reactions into action

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This week we take a look into the general chemistry lab with Jenna Matis, junior pre-med/chemistry major. What is a typical day like for you at your job? I prepare labs for the General Chemistry II classes and assist students with their labs. I typically make reagents, refills bottles and make sure all of the […]