Parent's Council

The Juniata College Parents Program is designed to engage parents in the life of Juniata in a way that supports the needs of the parents and the needs of the College, while allowing students to retain their personal independence.

Together as partners, the Juniata community, you and, most importantly, your student can experience growth, success and new opportunities.

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Did you know that one in three incoming Juniata students is recruited to our College by alumni and parents like yourself?

These recruiters use the Juniata Community Scholarship to help the College identify prospective Juniata students, actively assisting in their recruitment to Juniata. You, too, can help to build Juniata’s future by using the Juniata Community Scholarship.

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newspaper graphicJuniata In The News

Penned from Rwanda

Phil Dunwoody

Feb. 14, 2018

Phil Dunwoody responds to Trump's derogatory statement toward African nations, and draws a cautionary line to past tragedies. Learn More Here

The Depth is in the Details

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Feb. 16, 2018

Drawing on past and present experiences, Rebersburg artist Stephen Althouse searches for answers by transforming our perspective on found objects with Transfigurations: Large-Scale Photographic Works. Learn More Here

Juniata Concert Choir Tours Vietnam

Juniata Concert Choir

Jan. 23, 2018

This tour brings Vietnamese and U.S. music students together, and features stops in Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City. Read More

Deciphering the Tax Code

Jack Barlow

Jan. 18, 2018

Charles A. Dana Professor of Politics Jack Barlow joins WTAJ anchors to answer viewer's questions about the Trump administration's tax plan. Watch Here

Through the Eyes of an Eagle

Student Blog

Who knows more about Juniata than those who attend classes here every day. Read our student blogs for insights into the Juniata lifestyle.

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Sounds from Down Under

Photos by Alexandra Webb '18

On Feb.16, Juniata hosted Didge Evolution, a musical performance featuring two masters of the didgeridoo.