Students & Faculty

Dijana’s Story

“Although I have direct support from my family and professors, having that support from my donors is like a silent reminder to keep working hard and making the most out of my resources and my time here.” Read More »

Luke’s Story

My name is Timothy Luke Hutchison and I am a 5th year senior here at Shippensburg University. I am a dual major studying Marketing and Management Information Systems in the John L. Grove college of business. This year, along with being the recipient of the Jack A. and Mildred Pri … Read More »

Ruben’s Story

Class of 2018, receives the H.O.P.E. (Helping our People Excel) Diversity Scholarship Ruben Bourdeau is passionate about Shippensburg University and the College of Business.  Entering his senior year as a Finance major with a minor in Economics, Ruben is looking forward to partic … Read More »

Stefan Szilagzi

Exercise Science Major, Biology Minor '16

Stefan Szilagyi ’16 was recruited to the swim team at SU and chose Exercise Science as his major with a minor in Biology because it correlated to his passion, swimming, and supported his career choice as a Physician’s Assistant.  Small class sizes, the Honors Program curriculum, … Read More »

Jacob’s Story

Jacob Gillespie, Class of 2018, recieves the Lynn G. and Evelyn R. Walck Scholarship and the Albert A Mason, Sr. Journalism Scholarship Jake was attracted to ‘Ship’ for the highly respected and accredited Communications/Journalism Department.  Now a junior, Jake has taken full ad … Read More »

Andrew’s Story

My name is Andrew Aumen. I am a senior chemistry major with a minor in mathematics here at Shippensburg. I am also the grateful recipient of a multitude of SU Foundation scholarships such as: The Robert M. and Virginia L. Walck Scholarship, the Clarence Schock Foundation Scholars … Read More »

Casey’s Story

I began my journey at Ship in 2013. I was a wide-eyed first-year student, happy to have made it to a school that would fulfill my dreams of running at the collegiate level and receiving a college degree. What I would do, what I would learn, what I would experience over those four … Read More »