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Welcome Accepted Students

Hey there, future Blue Jay! Congratulations to you on your acceptance to ܽƵ. What’s your next step? Submit your enrollment deposit to hold your spot in the Class of 2028! Make your deposit today!

You Made a Difference

ܽƵ is thrilled to have exceeded our Make A Deposit, Make A Difference campaign for the fifth consecutive year! Thanks to our growing Class of 2028, this campaign will see $20,000 donated to the Lancaster Lebanon Habitat for Humanity. We look forward to inviting incoming students to participate in the Habitat home build in Lancaster County that the funds support, once officially enroll in the fall of 2024.

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Choose How to Deposit

Online

Log in to your Status Portal to submit your deposit!

or

By Mail

Mail your check or money order (payable to ܽƵ) to:

Office of Admissions
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1 Alpha Drive
Elizabethtown PA, 17022

And After You Deposit...Celebrate!

Make New Friends
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in the ܽƵ Class of 2028 Accepted Students private Facebook group.

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Tag #etownaccepted with your new swag.

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Follow #bluejaysalways to connect with current and past Jays.

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Show off your excitement on TikTok and share the news about your acceptance to ܽƵ with the hashtag #etownaccepted.

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Check Out Some of Our Visit Opportunities

We offer a variety of visit options—select the one that best fits your schedule and interests. Or, view all of our visit options.

Contact Admissions:

717-361-1400

admissions@etown.edu

More than

80%

of our

students live

on-campus

80+

clubs and

organizations

“I enjoy the close-knit community at ܽƵ. You really get to know your professors on a personal level, which makes learning more meaningful for students.”

ALLISON AMSBAUGH ’23

EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION

95%

of our graduates

had at least one

faculty who made

them excited

about learning

Ready to become a Blue Jay?