“The Beauty of the Barn” Kicks off Local Art Series at HACC’s Gettysburg Campus
“The Beauty of the Barn” features photographs by Anne Zabawa.
2018-19 Gettysburg Art Shows
HACC Holds Fall Open House, Establishes New Scholarships to Benefit Students
Members of Gettysburg American Legion Post 202 recently presented a check for $3,000 to establish the Albert J. Lentz Gettysburg American Legion Veterans Memorial Scholarship to benefit student-veterans and their family members at HACC’s Gettysburg Campus.
Pictured are, from left, Dean Myers, HACC director of military and veterans affairs; Brandon Shaffer, a HACC veteran-student; Jeff Shaffer, HACC Trustee; Post 202 members Paul Wypijewski, vice commander; Pete Lindquist and Vince Umstott, members; Lewis Jones, adjutant commander; Shannon Harvey, campus vice president; and Mark Bowman and Elizabeth Starner, HACC veteran-students.
HACC Celebrates Nursing Program Graduates
HACC, Central Pennsylvania’s Community College, honored 28 graduates of its registered Nursing Program with their nursing pins during a ceremony on Dec. 9, 2016, at HACC’s Gettysburg Campus.
Live at Rose Lehrman Sets 2016-17 Lineup, Gettysburg Campus Offers Community Education Series, More
“Intersections” (woven canvas) by Caroline Owens will be on display through Sept. 29, 2016, in the Art Exhibit Hallway of the Gettysburg Campus.
24 Students Graduate from the Nursing Program at HACC’s Gettysburg Campus
Front row: Kristie Myers, Valerie Rollins, Ellie Maneval, Paige Clutter, Candice Brown, Kristina Eckert
Row 2: Penny Smith, Kristen Moran, Sara Stremmel, Laura Stafford, Heather Shoemaker, Tanya Felix, Erika Reindollar, Kristine Daniels
Row 3: Jaclyn Keller, Crystal Anthraper, Tanya Zupanchick, Ryan Gutshall, David Smith, Petra Hayden-Wisnewski, Laurel Bollinger, Amber Mahon
Maryland Artist Featured in Exhibit at HACC’s Gettysburg Campus
Tracey Daniel’s “Half Round” is among her works in “Explorations of Order,” an exhibit that runs from Jan. 15 to April 10, 2015, in the main art hallway of HACC’s Gettysburg Campus, 731 Old Harrisburg Road.
27 Students Graduate from the Nursing Program at HACC’s Gettysburg Campus
From left, first row: Patricia Ivimey, Amanda Reck, Alexandra Antonelli, Carley Muntz, Darlene Wilt, Betsy Rosier and Kaitlind Hartman; second row: Heather Rosenberger, Alessandra Daywalt, Terri Gladfelter, Diana Slothour, Lauren Hreha, Kayla McFerren, Angela Smith, Aleksandra Shriver, April Budd, Melissa Shupe and Teresa Loveless; third row: Emily Grau, Brittany Weckesser, Cassie Foor, Hannah Taylor, Leslie Zimmerman, Brienne James, Amy Wilt, Katelyn Dietrick and Helen Sainato.
HACC’s Gettysburg Campus nursing program graduates largest class
Associate degree graduates in HACC’s registered nursing program were honored with their nursing pins during a ceremony at the Gettysburg Campus of HACC, Central Pennsylvania’s Community College. The May 2014 graduates successfully completed their clinical nursing education, which qualifies them to take licensure exams to become registered nurses (RNs). Future nursing graduates – who completed their first year of the two-year degree program – were also honored with their stripes.
Caption1: Front row (from left): Lauren Cassell, Jessica Colvin, Amy Marcin, Amanda Myers, Lori Martin, Katelin Pope, Christine Kreysar, Jessica Carr, Deanna Snowden and Roquel Peiffer. Row 2 (from left): Angela Coleman, Karen Keckler, Laura Biondino, Kelly Harper, Heather Upole, Laura Mullican, Kristin Wagner, Kayla Keebaugh, Christa Ford, Jessica Gruver and Susan Bertier. Row 3 (from left): Stephen Wright, Takela Bivins, Eva Slyder, Misty Maugans, Tracy Perry, Brendan Bloss, Kathryn McNew, Crystal Vaught and Amanda Spurlock.
Commencement spring 2014 Hanover
Mason Free of Hanover prepares for HACC’s Commencement ceremony Tuesday evening, May 13, 2014, at the Farm Show Complex in Harrisburg. Free received his associate degree in civil engineering and plans to complete an internship with the Maryland Highway Administration.
More than 1,400 students from HACC's five campuses in Gettysburg, Harrisburg, Lancaster, Lebanon and York received an associate degree, certificate or diploma in the spring ceremony.