Alvernia is Blogging!
Alvernia students, faculty, and staff are blogging! Each blogger offers a different view of college life, or personal insights into the world we live in.
Students at Alvernia University can choose from more than 50 majors, take part in study abroad programs, intercollegiate or intramural sports, honor societies, internships, student government, arts, faith-based clubs, service programs, and more than 50 student groups. So what is it like? Follow our student bloggers as they find unique paths through their college years.
Faculty members at Alvernia are experts on a vast number of topics. They can offer insight into top stories in the news and make compelling comparisons to an impressive body of scholarly research. Have questions? Ask our faculty on the Alvernia faculty blog.
Every day, Alvernia Admissions Counselors answer questions about college life, scholarships, academic and athletic opportunities. What type of college is right for you? When should you take tests and fill out financial aid forms? What careers can you expect to peruse with your chosen degree? Read what Admissions Counselors have to say or ask your own questions on Alvernia's Admissions blog.
Everything MBA Blog:
Check out the Everything MBA blog for business news and trends, information about faculty and alumni plus strategies to be successful both in the classroom and on the job.
Healthcare Insider Blog:
Healthcare Insider is intended for current and prospective students interested in our RN to BSN, Healthcare Science and Behavioral Health programs. We cover a range of issues as wide and diverse as our healthcare degrees. Our topics include all-star faculty bios, current student stories and advice from alumni. Healthcare Insider is your one-stop source for industry job trends and news.
Tales of Justice Blog:
Tales of Justice, Alvernia University's Criminal Justice Administration degree blog, covers stories from current students, alumni as well as topical issues facing America's criminal justice system. We provide expert insight from faculty and alumni who have worked for the FBI, Homeland Security, Border Patrol and other high-profile agencies we count on for national safety.