Undergraduate Admissions

 
Christopher Fake


Hello from Alvernia! My name is Christopher Fake and I am one of our undergraduate admissions counselors.

I am originally from Hanover, PA, but now reside with my wife in Lancaster County. I am a proud Alvernia alum having graduated from Alvernia in 2010 with my B.A. in Psychology and a minor in Addiction Studies. I love having the opportunity to tell everyone about my experiences at Alvernia as a student and staff member.

I wasn't always in the admissions office, but I never left Alvernia! I started working in our Holleran Center for Community Engagement right after graduation. I had the opportunity to run an afterschool program, The South Reading Youth Initiative, in the downtown Reading area, which always kept me on my toes. I have been in the admissions office for almost three years now and have loved every minute of it!

My travel territory includes parts of Pennsylvania, all of Maryland, Delaware and even D.C./Virginia. I look forward to working with all students throughout the admissions process. Along with my counselor responsibilities, I also have the opportunity to work with our tour guide and alumni recruitment programs!

I hope to meet you soon at your high school or here at Alvernia. I love Alvernia and can't wait to share all the exciting aspects of an Alvernia education with you. Please feel free to contact me at any time if you have questions or just want to chat about a program.

Travel Territory: Delaware, Maryland, D.C., Virginia, York and Adams Counties in PA, Five Lancaster County schools (Cocalico, Ephrata, Lancaster Catholic, Conestoga Valley and Warwick)

File Review: PA and United States not traveled, Cyber Charter School and home-schooled students

Contact Me:

610.796.3011
christopher.fake@alvernia.edu
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