Lock Haven University is making some changes to “stabilize enrollment,” including expanding its nursing program, adding a pet-friendly dormitory and marketing its “affordable” associate degree programs.
Lock Haven University is making some changes to “stabilize enrollment,” including expanding its nursing program, adding a pet-friendly dormitory and marketing its “affordable” associate degree programs. Bill Crowell Photo provided
Lock Haven University is making some changes to “stabilize enrollment,” including expanding its nursing program, adding a pet-friendly dormitory and marketing its “affordable” associate degree programs. Bill Crowell Photo provided

Sarah Paez covers Centre County communities, government and education for the Centre Daily Times. Though a newcomer to State College, she has worked in central Pennsylvania for over a year. She studied English and Spanish at Cornell University and grew up outside of Washington, D.C.