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The Legacy Society

AN EXTRAORDINARY EDUCATION IS WORTH REPEATING. Many families share this perspective when it comes to the lasting value they find in a University of the Sciences education. It becomes the impetus for children to follow in the footsteps of their parents and earlier generations of relatives. Because of this proud tradition ─ which includes the Lilly family, the McNeil family and maybe your family, too — we established the University of the Sciences Legacy Society in 2006.

What is a University of the Sciences Legacy?
A Legacy is an alumnus or student in a family that has one or more generations of University of the Sciences or PCPS graduates (living and/or deceased), including alumni and students who are related by marriage.

About the Legacy Society
The University of the Sciences Legacy Society, launched in 2006, honors the families whose members have attended the University. It recognizes these families for their continued support and facilitates connection through special events and programs.

Are you a Legacy?
Are you one of the many University of the Sciences or PCPS alums who have continued this great family tradition though the generations? If so, please take a moment to tell us more about your Legacy family to ensure that you are included in this important program or contact us at the Alumni Relations office at legacy@usciences.edu.

Katra-Family-photoThe Katra Family: (left to right) Nicholas Katra PharmD'04, Kristin Katra PharmD '10, Jessica Kaczinski PharmD '10, Patricia Kidston Katra P'76 and Henry Katra P'74

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"Continuing my relationship with the University after graduation as an active member of the Alumni Association has been more fulfilling than I could have imagined. Business relationships and great friendships start here.

STEPHANIE BEAN, MPT'89, DPT
Past President, 2013–14 Alumni Association Board of Directors


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