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Get a Feel For Campus With USciences' Virtual Tour
September 07, 2018
A new, virtual tour allows for a fully immersive experience with 360-degree views of campus and helpful information about the University, its culture, and rich history.
335 First Year Students. 22 Majors. 1 New Home.
August 31, 2018
USciences students, faculty, and staff gathered in force to welcome the newest additions to the campus community on Aug. 24, 2018, as they moved into Goodman and Wilson Halls and celebrated their welcome in an official capacity at our 12th Annual Convocation Ceremony.
Student Volunteers Focus on Food Insecurity During Service Day
August 28, 2018
On August 23, two dozen USciences students traveled to Scranton, PA to join in a service event that marks the beginning of a partnership with students from three other institutions to help fight food insecurity in the region.
Colleges Building Community: USciences Joins With Three PA Institutions in Service Partnership
August 17, 2018
Students from Geisinger Commonwealth School of Medicine (GCSOM), Keystone College, Lackawanna College and the University of the Sciences will spend the day at GCSOM on Aug. 23 taking the first steps toward building a living case study centered on how food insecurity impacts community.
Through Their Patients' Eyes: OT, PT Students Learn About Recovery for Patients with Spinal Cord Injury
August 16, 2018
The woman was one of several volunteers who had sustained spinal cord injuries who came to USciences this spring for a unique lab with physical therapy and occupational therapy students.
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