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By MADELYN PENNINO, Staff


Millersville University and Franklin & Marshall College slipped slightly in U.S. News & World Report's annual ranking, but
school officials said the results aren't entirely reflective of the positive things happening on campuses.
In the report, which was released today online, Millersville University ranked 58th among U.S. colleges in the north that offer
a broad range of undergraduate and master's degree programs. Last year the school ranked 45th.
Among the nation's liberal-arts schools F&M ranked 42nd, slipping from the 40th spot last year.
Elizabethtown College remains ranked at No. 5 among the northern region's top baccalaureate colleges.
Schools were notified of the report earlier this week.
The data is based on criteria such as enrollment, program completion, faculty, staff, graduation rates, institutional prices,
financial aid, freshman retention rates, class size and reputation.
Harvard University is back at No. 1 in the rankings for the first time in 12 years.
Princeton University slipped to No. 2, ending eight straight years of at least sharing the top ranking. Yale University followed
at No. 3.

Millersville tied with Shippensburg University and were the highest ranked schools among the Pennsylvania State System of
Higher Education universities.
"We are pleased with the ranking," said Vilas Prabhu, Millersville's provost and vice president for academic affairs. "The
exact ranking can fluctuate. Our goal is to always rank in the first tier."
Prabhu said Millersville consistently does well in areas such as graduation rates and SAT scores.
In the 2007-08 school year, the school's graduation rate was 81 percent. Average SAT scores for incoming freshman were
between 950 and 1250.
A large part of the rankings 25 percent is determined by peer assessments where colleges rate each other through
surveys.
"By ranking your peers it gives (U.S. News & World Report) more credibility because they can say 'we're not the ones
coming up with these rankings,' " Prabhu said.
However, Prabhu said the problem with peer assessments is that schools aren't always aware of little details that can make
a difference, such as the percentage of faculty who have earned doctorate degrees, internship and service-learning
programs.
"They don't know all the good practices we are doing," Prabhu said.
The annual report has long drawn criticism from college officials who say the report contains flawed methodology, is a onesize fits all list and puts more weight on pedigree than value.

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But Prabhu said he believes the report has merit. "It's a valuable tool in addition to a lot of other things. Students should visit
campuses and talk to students before choosing a college."
Sara Harberson, F&M's vice president for enrollment and management and dean of admission, agreed with Prabhu.
"The college search is a very personal experience," Harberson said Thursday. "Students will have a gut reaction. There's still
something valuable about visiting a school and getting butterflies."
Harberson said F&M's ranking reflects all the good things happening at the school such as a 12 percent increase in
admission applications, a flourishing visitation program and rising SAT scores.
For instance, Harberson said 600 more families have visited the campus over last year.
"More families are taking tours and attending information sessions," Harberson said. Admissions "is a very individualized
personal process. We want to be seen as much more than a number."
Elizabethtown College did not return phone calls Thursday concerning the rankings.
This year the report includes two new rankings. The first is a list of up-and-coming institutions colleges that make
innovative improvements.
The second will be the first-ever rankings of colleges by high school guidance counselors.
Highlights of the 2009 edition of America's Best Colleges rankings will be published in the Sept. 1 edition of U.S. News &
World Report.
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"Millersville University and Franklin & Marshall College slipped slightly in U.S. News & World Report's annual ranking, but
school officials said the results aren't entirely reflective of the positive things happening on campuses.
In the report, which was released today online, Millersville University ranked 58th among U.S. colleges in the north that offer
a broad range of undergraduate and master's degree programs. Last year the school ranked 45th.
Among the nation's liberal-arts schools F&M ranked 42nd, slipping from the 40th spot last year.
Elizabethtown College remains ranked at No. 5 among the northern region's top baccalaureate colleges."
Well, all these financial shenanigans, and micromanaging students is working out nicely for F&M. While Millersville's
spokesman is pleased with the ranking(?). The reason they both fell, while E-town remained the same? Could it be quality of
education? You know, the part folks are actually buying when they pay for higher education?
Whirlwind
Assuming we decided there was any reason to rank schools, and that the methodology was sound, where is the statistical
analysis to show us that there is ANY difference between being #40 and #42?!?
Am I going to choose CalTech over MIT because one is #1, and the other #2?! No- I'm going to look at the school size,
strength in planned major, overall school offerings, and whether you want "fun in the sun" or rowing on the Charles...
Full disclosure- my alma is one of the schools that refuses to participate in the rankings "arms race" (but hey, it was good
enough for Steve Jobs to drop out of!).

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FILED. AND NOW, THIS 30TH DAY OF JANUARY 2008, IT IS ORDERED THAT DEFENDANT'S PRELIMINARY
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PLAINTIFF IS GRANTED THIRTY (30) DAYS TO REINSTATE THE COMPLAINT AND EFFECTUATE PROPER SERVICE ON
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A year and a half after announcing the plan, Lancaster developer John Hogan is "more so than ever" committed to
his dream of building a retirement community near Millersville.

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"The interest that we're getting, because of how we're putting the project together, has been very, very uplifting,"
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That next step for Hogan's "Funk's Farm Village," a retirement community eyed for South Duke Street across from
the Crossgates community, comes in early March.
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The Manor Township zoning board will consider a request from Hogan that, if approved, would send the project on to
the land-development phase.
The Manor Township board meets Wednesday, March 4, at 7 p.m. at the township
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Hogan is asking for a special exception for the plan, on property zoned rural and
general commercial and mostly adjoining already-developed areas.
The new community would encircle the popular Funk's Farm Market, which will
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Hogan, who announced plans for the community in late 2007, has gone the extra mile to keep adjoining property
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Keeping the neighbors up to date "was important to me," Hogan said.


(38) And with "the level of responsibility we feel for the neighbors ... it only makes
sense to be good stewards of the land," he said.

Hogan, who has hand-delivered letters explaining his plans to neighbors, has said the retirement village would be
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Within a year or two, he has estimated, more than 100,000 of Lancaster County's half-million or so residents will be
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The plan also calls for providing elder living that's "more like a house than a hospital," as one description of the
project had stated.
Last summer, the Manor Township supervisors gave the go-ahead to a zoning text amendment regarding Funk's
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Hogan has worked closely on the village project with Fred Funk of the well-known farm market, a Millersville-area
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The village will include a wide range of assisted-living "lifecare" homes and other amenities.
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Lancaster County's Republican state House delegation is


putting pressure on leaders of the higher-education system
and Millersville University to cancel an upcoming lecture by
radical-turned-professor William Ayers.
The county's seven GOP lawmakers say Ayers'
appearance would represent "an inappropriate promotion
of a man whose history includes violence against the
United States of America."
Their remarks were delivered in a Feb. 11 letter to State
System of Higher Education Chancellor John Cavanaugh
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Neither official had responded to the lawmakers as of this morning.


A spokeswoman for the university, Janet Kacskos, confirmed that McNairy had
received the letter but said Millersville would have no public comment on it.
Kacskos said Ayers' March 19 lecture would go on as planned.

Kenn Marshall, a spokesman for the State System of Higher Education, which
oversees the the state-owned universities including Millersville, said Cavanaugh
had received the letter and was planning to respond to the lawmakers.

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"I'm not sure what his response will be," said Marshall, "but he has every intent to talk to the legislators."

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The seven Republican lawmakers are Reps. Scott W. Boyd, whose district covers Millersville Borough; John Bear;
Tom Creighton; Bryan Cutler; Gordon Denlinger; David Hickernell; and Katie True.
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Ayers was a founder 40 years ago of the radical group Weather Underground,
which was responsible for riots and the bombing of several public buildings in the
late 1960s and 1970s, including the Pentagon, the U.S. Capitol and the New York
City Police Department.
He is now a respected university professor and a member of Chicago's intellectual
establishment. Lawmakers here, however, are highly critical of his philosophies on
education.
"Dr. McNairy said his philosophy falls in line with their direction on urban
education," said Boyd, of West Lampeter Township. "I don't know that we want to
be teaching teachers or students that revolutionary activism should be a part of
our curriculum. That to me is the bigger issue."

Though lawmakers control spending at the state universities, Boyd said he had no
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"I don't think it's appropriate to penalize students for a decision that's made by the administration," said Boyd.
The lawmakers' letter claims Ayers advocates an educational philosophy that "promotes student and parental political
activism instead of achievement testing." The letter criticized Ayers for advocating that educators "teach against
oppression, against America's history of evil and racism, thereby forcing social transformation."
"Mr. Ayers' work on urban education has significant radical components," the lawmakers write in the letter. "If that is
the direction that Millersville University believes it should go, then we believe a full curriculum review is necessary."

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True, of East Hempfield Township, said it was Ayers' violent past that has her upset. "To me, it is a slap at patriots
and Americans to bring in a guy who tried to blow up U.S. government buildings," she said.
The letter also compares Ayers' actions with the Weather Underground to those of Theodore Kaczynski, the so-called
Unabomber. Both men argued their actions, though extreme, were necessary to attract attention to their causes.

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"To argue otherwise is intellectually dishonest," the lawmakers write.


"... The decision by Millersville University to invite such an individual to our community is patently offensive and sends
an incredibly insensitive and repugnant message to the men and women of our armed forces as well as other law
abiding citizens," write the legislators.

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"Since the beginning of the year, he has been denied entrance to Canada and other previously scheduled
appearances have been canceled," the lawmakers write. "Millersville should do the same."
McNairy, in a statement earlier this week, defended the Academic Cultural Enrichment Committee's invitation to
Ayers to discuss his work as a urban education theorist.

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She said she strongly disagreed with Ayers' past activities, but added that Millersville is a place where "inquiry is
encouraged, ideas are expressed openly, and the dignity and rights of all individuals are respected and protected."

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QUOTE (zippy98 @ Feb 20 2009, 01:30 PM)

Pawposal

I went to Millersville and I never really gave a fig one way or the other about this Ayers thing. Now that I see this
bunch of clowns are against the speech, i am suddenly all for it.
February 20th and Republicans are STILL in the dark as to why Obama and the Democrats are running the
country.
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Katie and Scott, always out in front on the 'tough' issues.


blah blah

Good grief! Doesn't anyone believe that a person can change his life around? Oh, I guess only if he is "born
again" does it count! Aren't these critics the same people who supported a certain former president who admitted
to a cocaine/alcohol problem? They never did anything idiotic in their 20's? Geez, give the guy a break - his record
in the past 20 years certainly shows that he has redeemed himself.
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QUOTE (thirty-five @ Feb 20 2009, 01:44 PM)

February 20th and Republicans are STILL in the dark as to why Obama and the Democrats are running the
country.
Great point, most Republican leaders are still 2 or 3 election cycles behind the times. Regarding Ayers, the first
amendment guarantees his right to free speech, period.
I don't want to see my tax dollars paying for his fee and travel expenses .... but that's just me.
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If Charles Manson said he was "born again" he would be accepted with wide-open arms by all the ReTHUGlicans.
Newsflash to GOP ... You're IRRELEVANT!!!
Democracy, freedom of speech ... try it, you might like it.
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Members of the county's Republican House delegation were meeting with top officials from Millersville University and
the state's higher education system this afternoon.
The politicians want to know why the university invited
1960s radical-turned-professor Bill Ayers to speak, and
who's paying for his security. Their opposition to his
appearance has been well documented.
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lawmakers as well.
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"My personal opinion is, it's inappropriate for the legislators
to take a position of interfering with the college program,"
said Julianne Dickson, a university trustee who was
attending the noon meeting on campus.
"I want to know, what is it they're suggesting that there
would be some sort of review for approval by legislators for
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"Perhaps they'll clarify that for us. Perhaps they're just responding to this speaker,
but it has implications that go far beyond that," she said.
The county's seven GOP lawmakers say Ayers' appearance would represent "an
inappropriate promotion of a man whose history includes violence against the
United States of America."

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Ayers was a founder 40 years ago of the radical group Weather Underground,
which was responsible for riots and the bombing of several public buildings in the late 1960s and 1970s, including the
Pentagon, the U.S. Capitol and the New York City Police Department.

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He is now a respected university professor and a member of Chicago's intellectual establishment. Lawmakers here,
however, are highly critical of his philosophies on education.
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In a Feb. 11. letter to State System of Higher Education Chancellor John


Cavanaugh and Millersville University President Francine McNairy, the local
Republican lawmakers wrote, in part:
"Mr. Ayers' work on urban education has significant radical components. If that is
the direction that Millersville University believes it should go, then we believe a full
curriculum review is necessary."
The lawmakers planned to grill university officials and air their concerns before
Cavanaugh this afternoon.
"I want to understand their thinking on why they picked Ayers to come, considering
his history of terror, treason and insurrection," said Rep. Tom Creighton, a
Republican from Rapho Township. "He has not rescinded any of that or
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"The state owns Millersville, and all the funding that keeps it going besides tuition is state funding," Creighton said,
"so we have a fiduciary responsibility to understand why they're doing this."
The seven Republican lawmakers meeting with university and higher-education officials this afternoon are Reps.
Scott W. Boyd, whose district covers Millersville Borough; John Bear; Creighton; Bryan Cutler; Gordon Denlinger;
David Hickernell; and Katie True.

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Bear said he intends to find out who's paying for security when Ayers is scheduled to speak on March 19.
"My concern all along was the issue of using public dollars for protection of Dr. Ayers," said Bear, a Republican from
Lititz. "There's been a lot of questions about where there will be public funds used. That's the wrong thing to do, in my
mind."
Kenn Marshall, a spokesman for the State System of Higher Education, which oversees the state-owned universities
including Millersville, said Cavanaugh is willing to hear their concerns.

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"He reached out to the legislators who have aired the concerns," Marshall said. "He wanted to sit down with them and
he wanted to listen to them."
Gerry Robinson, another university trustee, said he already had talked to some of the lawmakers about why
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"It's good for us to have this dialogue so students get to hear both sides of an issue," he said.
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"He is now a respected university professor and a member of Chicago's intellectual establishment."
"Chicago's intellectual establishment" is an oxymoron.

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Don't these lawmakers have anything more productive to do?? This is a politically motivated move
obviously....hopefully the whole thing will backfire on them and next election better people who will get down to the
really important issues will replace them. You want to hear Dr Ayers speak? Go and hear him.....if you don't want
to hear him....don't go.....situation resolved....geez people, get on with life
wiseone

Well, we all know that Bill Ayers has SUPER ANARCHO HYPNO VISION, so anyone who attends his lecture will
be INSTANTLY CONVERTED TO COMMIE-MUSLIM-GAY-LIBERAL-ANARCHISTS.
Thank God the GOP is doing its best to prevent any potentially upsetting words from reaching anyone's ears.
What would happen if (horror of horrors) someone had to hear something they disagreed with?
Or (dare I even type it?) someone might hear something that challenges their way of thinking?
I have to stop thinking about such a thing RIGHT NOW or I fear I should faint.
I'm glad that these American Heroes are protecting me from Ideas.
g.park
QUOTE (g.park @ Mar 6 2009, 03:20 PM)

Well, we all know that Bill Ayers has SUPER ANARCHO HYPNO VISION, so anyone who attends his lecture
will be INSTANTLY CONVERTED TO COMMIE-MUSLIM-GAY-LIBERAL-ANARCHISTS.
Thank God the GOP is doing its best to prevent any potentially upsetting words from reaching anyone's ears.
What would happen if (horror of horrors) someone had to hear something they disagreed with?
Or (dare I even type it?) someone might hear something that challenges their way of thinking?
I have to stop thinking about such a thing RIGHT NOW or I fear I should faint.
I'm glad that these American Heroes are protecting me from Ideas.
WOW!!!!!! So True.
And not that i disagree with Scott Boyd, but he had a tough time getting elected this year. Having no opposition
is a really hard battle to win.
matt34
QUOTE (Jenny @ Mar 6 2009, 12:00 PM)

"He is now a respected university professor and a member of Chicago's intellectual establishment."
This is laughable - 'respected" by who - other anarchists? and
"Chicago's intellectual establishment" is an oxymoron.
Let the creep speak but protest his presence. May his evil past follow him the rest of his days.
He is respected by educators for his theories on education. As others post, the University of Illinois is well
respected and better known for its work than, to pull a name out at random, Millersville University. I have no idea
what your educational background is, of course, and it is possible that your doctorate in whatever makes you
qualified to be part of any intellectual establishment. However, I have my doubts.
StrobeSML

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Expert from N. Ireland shares experiences with students, staff

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Tony Gallagher grew up in Northern Ireland in a time when
people died because of their religious beliefs.
Despite witnessing decades of political turmoil and
violence, Gallagher, the education supervisor at Queen's
University Belfast in Belfast, Northern Ireland, remains an
optimist especially when it comes to the job of
integrating schools there.
Gallagher, an expert in conflict resolution, is visiting
Millersville University to talk with students and staff about
his effort to integrate Protestant and Catholic schools.

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In 2007, Gallagher formed the Sharing Education Program


through Atlantic Philanthropies, a U.S.-based organization
that seeks to bring lasting change to disadvantaged and
vulnerable people around the world.
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University to talk with students and staff...(more)

Gallagher said the focus of the program is for students of


all ages to reach a point of understanding at which they
can talk about their differences.
It's not an attempt to take away anyone's cultural or
religious identity, he said.

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"I don't want to neutralize the space. I want students to


recognize each other's differences and celebrate it," Gallagher said. "There is no language of the common good right
now. That restricts people's ability to understand each other and build a common society."
Two years ago, Gallagher received $12 million from Atlantic Philanthropies to form a federation of more than 60
schools that agreed to be integrated as part of Gallagher's project.
So far, 2,500 students have been integrated, Gallagher said.

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instructors to use conflict-resolution skills and turn a negative discussion or
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While conflicts have risen at some of the integrated schools, Gallagher said,
teachers have learned to resolve tension through discussion.
"Students are now exploring their prejudices," Gallagher said.

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While the schools have been integrated for just 18 months, Gallagher said there has been significant progress.
He spoke of one girls' school in Northern Ireland that was particularly reluctant to integrate but has had much
success.
"They text each other and meet in center city on the weekends," Gallagher said.

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The reason there are so many different perceptions among Protestants and Catholics, he said, is that they
intentionally keep themselves isolated.
Gallagher said about 95 percent of the city's neighborhoods are segregated.
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"Communities don't talk about their differences. They are governed by a sense of
fear," Gallagher said. "There is silence, so problems stay there."
This is Gallagher's first trip to Millersville University. While it's a short one he
arrived Saturday and will leave Wednesday he's talking to faculty members
about the possibility of forming an exchange program between MU and Queen's
University Belfast through which students can learn more about diversity in
education.
A published author, Gallagher in 2004 wrote "Education in Divided Societies," a
book that's widely used among experts on conflict resolution.

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Dominic Scott, an MU professor who teaches fundamentals in education, said he's


taken students to Northern Ireland in the past to study the peace movement there.

Scott said he has seen an increase in the number of students of Irish decent who want to travel to Ireland.
"There is a cultural and historical link that is lost here," Scott said. "I want to rekindle that connection."
Jane Bray, MU's dean of the School of Education, said she believes Gallagher's work is relevant to an MU student's
general curriculum. She said she looks forward to building a partnership with Gallagher and Queen's University
Belfast.
"It's good not only for an education students but all students to expand their global opportunities," Bray said. "When
you drill that down for education students, it's a significant opportunity for them to talk about conflict resolution in
preparing teachers for the classroom."
Gallagher has received another $12 million to continue his work of integration for at least the next three years.

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His hope is that through this project methods for student integration can be established and used as models for
conflict resolution in Northern Ireland.
"I think it can be done," Gallagher said.
E-mail: mpennino@lnpnews.com

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Man allegedly stalked Millersville University professor

Published: Apr 04, 2009


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A former Millersville University student accused of threatening a faculty member with a knife in January was jailed
again Wednesday after police say he stalked the professor.

Randall S. Walsh, who was released on bail after the January incident, returned to the Millersville campus on
Tuesday night and Wednesday morning to seek out the professor, according to Millersville University police.
According to an affidavit, Walsh, 29, tried to flee Manor Township police when they arrived Wednesday morning at
his residence on Knollwood Road in Millersville. He was arrested about 8:20 a.m. after a brief foot chase.

Police said Walsh had a copy of the professor's Wednesday class schedule and had said he wanted to talk to the
teacher "about God and him not believing in him."
"Walsh wanted him to know he will go to Hell if he did not start believing," according to the affidavit submitted by
Richard Stuchkus of the Millersville University police.

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Walsh was arraigned Wednesday before District Judge Leo Eckert on stalking and defiant trespass charges.
He was sent to Lancaster County Prison in lieu of $500,000 bail.
Eckert sent Walsh to prison on $50,000 monetary bail after a Jan. 7 incident in which he allegedly pulled a knife from
his book bag and slammed it into the professor's desk.
According to court documents, Walsh threatened the philosophy professor
because he was frustrated by the teacher's failure to notice him and his writing. He
was charged with simple assault, disorderly conduct and making terroristic threats,
all misdemeanors.

Walsh was released on bail Feb. 27, according to court records. He has a court
appearance scheduled for May 1.
Janet Kacskos, Millersville University spokeswoman, said that Walsh was banned
from the campus and police gave him a no-trespass order for all university
property.

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Kacskos said the school has posted Walsh's picture on posters around campus. Millersville e-mailed trespass alerts
with Walsh's picture twice to students through the MU Alert system.
She said the last campus alert was issued March 3, when police warned that Walsh might be near the school.
Millersville police received a complaint Tuesday that Walsh was seen inside McComsey Hall, where he spoke to an
employee about the professor.

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On Wednesday morning, school police received more complaints that Walsh was again in McComsey Hall, where the
professor works. School police were dispatched to the area but Walsh was gone, they said.
A little later, Manor Township police received calls that Walsh was near his Knollwood Road home.

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The incident comes one year after Millersville was locked down for about two
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Joel Yodis was charged April 2, 2008, with making terroristic threats that stemmed
from an argument with another student in a classroom on March 26.
According to court records, Yodis, of Phoenixville, became angry when other
students laughed at him. He threatened to kill them, using his hand to imitate firing
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He remains free on $50,000 bail and has pretrial conference scheduled for May 19
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Eckert sent Walsh to prison on $50,000 monetary bail after a Jan. 7 incident in which he allegedly pulled a knife
from his book bag and slammed it into the professor's desk.
This is very different than what happened to Ayers after he slammed his explosives into the government's
buildings. MU invited him in to speak! What a university!

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I noticed that you visited my website.
I would like to authenticate that you viewed my actual authentic
website and not a "hacked" version.
I have been meeting with various departments regarding the
possibility of continuing my research by taking some graduate level
courses for this summer. I have been harassed and hacked while
using the computers at the Millersville Ganser Library and while
meeting with staff and professors.
Not the way I thought I should be recieved.
I do have a Millersville University Alumni Card, I graduated in May of
1980 with a degree in Business Administration and concentration in
computer science.
Could I meet with you sometime?
Stan J. Caterbone
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guilty to selling arms to Iraq via South Africa and a $1 Billion Fraud in 1992). Unfortunately we are
forced to defend our reputation and the truth without the aid of law enforcement and the media,
which would normally prosecute and expose public corruption. We utilize our communications to
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Stan J. Caterbone, Business Administration Class of 1980

Advanced Media Group Ltd., is an information technologies company


founded to facilitate the dissemination of information through the use of
sate-of-the-art technologies. Beginning in 1989 Advanced Media Group
began a joint venture with High Industries and American Helix of Lancaster.
Advanced Media Group was one of a handful of domestic companies that had
capabilities to manufacture CD-ROM discs. Advanced Media Group performed
service for Fortune 500 companies and several U.S. Government agencies
and departments.
For the past 4 years, Stan Caterbone has been appearing before U.S. District
Courts and Commonwealth Courts as a pro se litigant pursing and reclaiming
assets and damages that are the result of a Federal False Claims Act
violation from the late 1980's. In 1987 Stan Caterbone was responsible for
public allegations of fraud and wrongdoing and blew the whistle on Lancaster
based International Signal & Control, or ISC. In 1991 ISC was indicted for
selling arms and weapons through South Africa to Iraq and a $1 Billion
Dollar Fraud. Stan Caterbone just won a recent decision in the U.S. Third
Circuit Court of Appeals continuing his litigation.
Stan Caterbone is also telepathic and is researching violations of mind
control technology developed by U.S. agencies, including the Central
Intelligence Agency (CIA), and the Department of Defense Intelligence
Agency(DIA). These technologies have been used to interrupt and thwart his
legal pursuits and obstruct his cases before both state and federal courts.
Mental Telepathy and paranormal activities have become some of the most
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Your my'VILLE username is: sjcaterb


Your my`VILLE password is: stayout01
Your MAX Pin is: 023456
Your email address is: sjcaterb@marauder.millersville.edu
Your security question is: What is your mother's maiden name?
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I~O. Box 1002
Millersville, PA 17551-0302
W\VW millersville .edu

Graduate and Professional Studies


Phone: 717-872-3099
Fax: 717-872-3453

May 13,2009
Stanley Caterbone
1250 Fremont Street
Lancaster, PA 17603

ID#: M00237196
Dear Mr. Caterbone:
I am pleased to welcome you to Millersville University as a non-degree, post-baccalaureate student beginning summer
2009. Having non-degree status allows you the opportunity to take a limited number of courses on a space available basis
at the University, some or all of which may be applied toward a degree program later. If you plan to continue on a nondegree basis, your status remains active for a five-year period beginning with the session you were admitted non-degree or
the last session you completed a course as a non-degree student.
Your student identification number (M#) is M00237196. If you are a first-time student, you must activate your account
before registering for courses. For information about account activation, please visit http://myaccou!lt.millersvifle.edu. For
information about registering for credit courses, please view the Registrar's homepage at (v.'ww.millersvilJe.edul-::register).
If you have questions regarding registration, you may contact the Registrar's Office at 717-872-3035.
I wish you great success as a non-degree student and hope that you will seek admission as a degree-seeking student in one
of our University's master's degree programs. If this is your plan, you must do so prior to completing nine credit hours
required for the degree. While your success as a non-degree student does not guarantee acceptance into a degree program,
it is an additional piece of evidence that can be used to support your master's degree application. Please visit the Office of
Graduate Studies website at (y.Tyvw.millersville.edul-graduate..> for application information and materials or contact us at
717-872-3099.
The deadline dates for submitting a complete application for a master'~ degree program are: October 1 for Winter/Spring
admission and February I for Surnrner/Fall admission. In addition, it is imperative that you consult with the graduate
program coordinator from your intended discipline to understand what course options are available to non-degree students
and any specific application requirements. Contact information for graduate program coordinators is also available on the
graduate studies website.
If you have a learning or accessibility need that requires University attention, please contact the Office of Learning
Services at 717-872-3178.
Again, welcome to Millersville University! I hope you fmd both challenge and fulfillment in your studies and wish you
well in your professional endeavors. If you should have questions concerning your student status, please do not hesitate to
call the Office of Graduate Studies and Research at 717-872-3099 .

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Registration dates for Graduate Students for the Summer and Fall 2009 terms are as follows

Tuesday, March 24 - 6 a.m.

Degree-seeking and Certification students

Tuesday, March 31 - 6 a.m.

Non-degree graduate students

Advisement for graduate students is an important aspect of program planning, but not a mandatory
step in the course registration process. If you are a degree-seeking graduate student, you should seek
advisement from your graduate program coordinator regarding your scheduling needs.

Choose classes from the Web Schedule. Use the Graduate Courses search option for a complete list, or
find specific courses for your degree program using the Subject search. You can also search for the
Distance Learning or Off-Campus courses. Check the course notes to make sure you meet prerequisites
or other restrictions.

Plan your schedule - a blank schedule planning grid is available on the web for your convenience.
Consider alternate courses in case a preferred course is not available.

Course prerequisites and restrictions are enforced during registratton for spring and fall terms. You need
to contact the course instructor ahead of time to request approval to enroll in courses requiring written
permission, or for waivers of prerequisites and other restrictions. If approved, the department will enter
an override so that you can register for the course on-line.

Check your registration status on MAX before you register. You must be admitted through the Office of
Graduate Studies in order to take classes. Once admitted, your status is active for five years. If you have
any registration holds, you must clear them in order to register. On the MAX "Registration" menu, choose
"Check Your Registration Status."

Register on MAXI For first-time users:


o Create your myVille and MAX accounts online at http://mvville.millersville.edu/ (click on the "New
Students Activate Account" link on this page and follow the on-screen instructions).
o Access MAX from Millersville's homepage and login with the User ID and PIN you created in Step 1
o Follow this menu path to get to the registration screen:

Registration Help Line

.. Student Services

.. Registration
.. Add/Drop Classes

717-871-2400

2. Select Term (to switch between one of three Summer terms or Fall term you must go back to this
prompt).
3. Enter CRNs for your courses - Submit Changes.
4. Check your schedule - if "Registered" appears in the Status column on the left, you successfully
enrolled in the course. If there are any problems. you will see a Registration Errors block.

nps: Need help using MAX?

Check out the on-line instruction booklet on the web (Registrar's Office web
site, "Registration Guide" page).

Open two web sessions: one to search for classes (has prerequisites and course restrictions listed)
and the other to register on MAX
PHONE REGISTRATION is also available - call 717872-3999 and follow the instructions to log in and
register. Touch-tone phone is recommended; this feature will not work with a cell phone.

Last day to register via MAX web/phone:


Summer Term: The Sunday before the class begins by 11 pm
Fall Term: Thursday, August 27 by 11 pm

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There are a number of low-cost alternative/private education loans available to undergraduates and graduates
who need additional funds to cover the remaining amount on their tuition bill.
Each lender establishes the eligibility criteria for the loan and the conditions for which the loan funds can be
used. The information listed below provides a general overview.
Please contact the lender for any additional information regarding the loan program listed.
Reasons for Considering an Alternative/Private Loan:
Satisfactory Academic Progress may not be a condition for the loan.
Can apply on-line.
Enrollment in a degree or certificate program may not be required. However, the student may have to be
enrolled at an institution approved by the lender.
Aggregate limit may be greater than Stafford Loans.
Repayment terms may be greater than 10 years which is the current repayment term offered by Stafford and
PLUS loans.
Applying with a co-signer can reduce fees associated with these programs.
Students can share with the responsibility of borrowing.
School must have guarantee of loan from lender to be used as a credit towards bill.
This loan is in the student's name (the borrower) and usually will require a credible co-signer (generally a
parent), but can be anyone with good credit who is willing to co-sign the loan.
The only payment the student is required to make is the interest - the principal is deferred until 6 months after
the student graduates or drops below half-time (6 credits) status.
Please see our statement regarding preferred lenders.
Please be advised that if you do not indicate a loan term or indicate an invalid loan term on your loan
application, the loan term will default to the academic year (fall/spring). It is EXTREMELY
IMPORTANT to indicate correct loan term dates to ensure the correct processing of your alternative
loan.
The loan term dates are used as follows:
For the entire 2009-2010 academic year (Fall/Spring), use 8/31/09 - 5/08/10
For the Fall only, use 8/31/09 - 12/19/09
For the Spring only, use 1/19/10 - 5/08/10
For Summer 2009, use 5/11/09 - 8/21/09, no matter what summer session you are attending.

Recommended Alternative Loan Options


For a side-by-side comparison of the loans listed below, please see the Alternative Loans located in Financial
Aid Forms.
The following loans/lenders listed below are our recommended lenders for alternative loans.
CitiAssist Loan (Citibank)
PNC Solution Loan (PNC Bank)
Citizens Bank Smart Option Loan (Citizens Bank)
Wells Fargo Private Education Loan (Wells Fargo)
Chase Select Loan (Chase)
Academic Answer Loan (SunTrust Bank)

CitiAssist Loan
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Citibank
Contact Information
1-800-967-2400
CitiAssist Loan
Borrower

Creditworthy student
Student CAN BE enrolled less than half-time
Satisfactory Academic Progress is NOT required
Student CAN BE non-degree seeking
Student may need a cosigner
Student must be 18 years of age to apply
Interest Rate

Variable rate based on WSJ Prime


Prime plus 1.00% to 7.50%
Loan Fees
0.00% - 5.00%
Repayment Period
Up to 20 years to repay, depending on amount owed.
Grace Period

6-month grace period after graduation or dropping below half-time status.


Deferment/Forbearance Options are available
Borrowing Limits

Minimum : N/A
Maximum: Cost of attendance less financial aid

PNC Solution Loan


PNC Bank

Contact Information
1-800-762-1001
PNC Solution Loan
Borrower

Creditworthy student
Student MUST BE enrolled at least half-time
Satisfactory Academic Progress is NOT required
Student MUST BE degree seeking
Student may need a cosigner
Student can be 17 years of age to apply with a co-signer
Interest Rate

Variable rate based on one-month LIBOR plus 2.75% to 8.75%


Loan Fees
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0.00% - 9.00%
Repayment Period
Up to 20 years to repay.
Grace Period

6-month grace period after graduation or dropping below half-time status.


Deferment/Forbearance Options are available
Borrowing Limits

Minimum : N/A
Maximum: Cost of attendance less financial aid

Citizens Bank Smart Option Loan


Citizens Bank

Contact Information
1-800-708-6684, option "0"
Citizens Bank Smart Option Loan
Borrower

Creditworthy student
Student CAN BE enrolled less than half-time
Satisfactory Academic Progress is NOT required
Student MUST BE degree seeking
Student may need a cosigner
Student can be 17 years of age to apply with a co-signer
Interest Rate

Variable rate based on one-month LIBOR plus 5.75% to 11.50%


Loan Fees
0-3%
Repayment Period
Student is required to make monthly interest payments during in-school nad separation period
5-15 years based on cumulative outstanding Sallie Mae serviced private loan balance
Grace Period

6-month grace period after graduation or dropping below half-time status.


Deferment/Forbearance Options are available
Borrowing Limits

Minimum : $1000
Maximum: Cost of attendance less financial aid

Wells Fargo Pvt Ed Loan


Wells Fargo

Contact Information
1-800-658-3567
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Wells Fargo Private Education Loan


Borrower

Student CAN BE enrolled less than half-time at an eligible school


Student must have positive credit history, acceptable debt-to-income ratio, and a minimum income of $12,000
or cosigner who does
Student MUST BE degree seeking
Satisfactory Academic Progress is NOT required
Student may need a cosigner
Student must be 18 years of age to apply
Interest Rate

Variable rate based on WSJ Prime


Prime plus 1.00% to 7.99%
Loan Fees
None
Repayment Period
Up to 12 years to repay.
Grace Period

6-month grace period after graduation or dropping below half-time status.


Deferment/Forbearance Options are available
Borrowing Limits

Minimum: $1000
Maximum: Cost of attendance less financial aid

Chase Select Loan

Chase, JPMorgan Chase Bank, N.A.


Contact Information
1-866-306-0868
www.ChaseSelectLoans.com
Borrower

Repayment CAN be deferred while attending school


Creditworthy student
Student CAN BE enrolled less than half-time
Satisfactory Academic Progress is NOT required
Student CAN BE non-degree seeking
Student may need a cosigner
Student must be 18 years of age to apply
Interest Rate

Variable: LIBOR + 3.65% to 10.25% with cosigner


Variable: LIBOR + 9.00% - no cosigner
Loan Fees
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None
Repayment Period
Up to 25 years to repay
Grace Period

6-month grace period after graduation or dropping below half-time status.


Deferment/Forbearance Options are available
Borrowing Limits

Minimum : $500
Maximum: Cost of attendance less financial aid

Academic Answer Loan


SunTrust Bank

Contact Information
1-866-763-6350
Academic Answer Loan
Borrower

Creditworthy student with minimum 36 months credit history


Student MUST BE enrolled at least half-time
Satisfactory Academic Progress is NOT required
Student CAN BE non-degree seeking
Student may need a cosigner
Student can be 17 years of age to apply but will need a credit-worthy co-signer of legal age
Graduation benefit-principal reduction of $300.00 per loan upon proof of graduation
Interest Rate

Variable rate based on one-month LIBOR plus 3.00% to 10.75%


Loan Fees
No up-front fees
Back-end finance charges of 0.00%- 6.00% may apply, depending on credit
Repayment Period
Up to 25 years to repay, depending on amount owed.
Grace Period

6-month grace period after graduation or dropping below half-time status.


Deferment/Forbearance Options are available
Borrowing Limits

Minimum : $1,001
Maximum: Cost of attendance less financial aid. Generous annual limits apply.
Borrower Benefits Are Subject To Change
Printer-friendly version of this page available through Financial Aid Forms (under Quick Links to the
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Policy for Responsible Use | Right-to-Know Policy | Digital Millennium Copyright Act | Employment
Millersville University is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity institution;
a member of the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education
2009 Millersville University. All Rights Reserved.
Millersville University
PO Box 1002
1 South George St.
Millersville, PA 17551
(717) 872-3011
Contact Us

MAX
Banner Portal
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Campus Portal
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Student Course Mgmt. Sys.

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2009 SUMMER FINANCIAL AID REQUEST FORM


Complete all of the requested information on this application. Please print clearly. Do not leave any line blank.
Student Data
Name:

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Last

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Area Code

Expected Graduation Date from MU:

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Area Code

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Year

Expected Enrollment for the 2009-10 Academic Year


Enter the number of credits you will be attempting for each semester you expect to be enrolled at Millersville University. Enter "0" for the
semester(s) you will not be attending.
Summer 2009:

.3

Fall 2009:

credits (enter the total number of credits for all sessions)


credits
credits

Spring 2010:

Financial Aid Requested for the 2009 Summer Semester


Check your preference(s) for the types of Financial Aid for which you would like to be considered:

~A State Grant

(Apply online after April 1,2009 at www.pheaa.org.)

ifFederal Pell Grant


~ederal Stafford Loan
Please list below any outside scholarships you will be receiving for the Summer semester:
Name of Scholarship

Amount
$
$

Jfyou plan to apply for an Alternative Loan or your parent plans to apply for a Federal PLUS Loan for the Summer semester, please
indicate your plans below. Remember, you must apply for these loans separately-they will not be processed based on this Request
Form.

Ef' Alternative Loan (student)

Name of Loan: ______

[!J Federal PLUS Loan (parent)


e d the Summer Aid Information Sheet.
Student Signa ture: _ -----c/----,/-------f+-----'-"'"-----------------
Date Signed:

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Mail completed form to:


Office of Financial Aid
Millersville University
PO Box 1002
Millersville, PAl 7551
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Millersville University

POBox 1002
Millersville, PA 17551-0302
www.millersvilIe.edu

2009 SUMMER FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION

Office of Financial Aid


Phone: 717-872-3026
Fax: 717-871-2248

Financial aid is available for the Summer Semester at Millersville University. However, please be aware of the following:
The aid you receive in the Summer Semester may have an impact on the amount of aid you can receive for the
following Fall and Spring Semesters. For example, if you request a Federal Stafford Loan and your maximum
eligibility is $3,500 for the year, your loan will be divided equally among the three semesters (Summer, Fall, and
Spring), awarding approximately $1,167 each semester.
Students who fail to meet Satisfactory Academic Progress standards (as defined in the Millersville University
Satisfactory Academic Progress Policy) after 2009 Spring Semester grades have been reviewed will have Summer
financial aid rescinded.

Bowll4)IApply?
The following conditions must be met in order to receive Financial Aid for the 2009 Summer Semester. Failure to complete
all reguired paperwork by the designated deadlines may delay the approval of aid beyond the due date of your Summer bill.
If you are submitting paperwork after the dates listed below, please be prepared to pay your bill without the assistance of
financial aid. If aid is approved after your bill is paid, you will receive a refund (assuming that you meet all eligibility
requirements).
!if Complete and submit the 2009-2010 Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) at www.fafsa.ed.gov before
March 15,2009. (Allow a minimum of 4 weeks for the results to be released to MU's Office ofFinancial Aid.)
!if Complete the attached Millersville University 2009 Summer Financial Aid Request Form and submit to the Office of
Financial Aid by March 15,2009.
!if Maintain an enrollment status of six credits or more throughout the Summer Semester and be admitted in a degreeseeking program at MU.
!if Complete your Financial Aid Document Requirements by April 11, 2009 - If your application is selected for
Verification by the Department of Education, the Office of Financial Aid will send you a Millersville University
Verification Form. You will need to complete this form and return it to the Office of Financial Aid along with signed
copies of yourIyour parents' 2008 Federal Income Tax Return before any aid will be processed. You may check
the status of your Document Requirements online using MAX.
!if See Types ofAid below for any additional aid-specific requirements.

Students successfully completing all of the required paperwork by the designated deadlines listed under the "How Do I
Apply?" section (above) may be considered for the following types of aid:
Federal Pell Grant
Summer Pell Grant recipients will receive a reduced award for their 2010 Spring Semester (assuming full-time
enrollment in the 2009 Fall and 2010 Spring Semesters).
PA State Grant
Students who are eligible for the PA State Grant may receive a maximum of eight full-time disbursements while
pursuing a first bachelor's degree. Therefore, any grant money received for the Summer Semester will count toward
the eight full-time disbursements permitted by PHEAA.
To apply, complete the "Summer State Grant Application" in addition to the 2009-2010 FAFSA and the MU 2009
Summer Financial Aid Request Form. This additional application is available online only after April 1, 2009 at
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Federal Stafford Loan

First-time borrowers must complete BOTH of the following before the loan can be applied to their bill:
Complete Stafford Loan Entrance Counseling. Entrance Counseling can be completed online at
http://muweb.millersville.edul-finaidl.
Complete the Federal Stafford Loan Master Promissory Note which can be completed online at www.aessuccess.org
or by contacting your lender of choice directly. (The MPN is not available online until after the award is processed at
MU.)
The Financial Aid StaffwiH pre-certify the loan for the student's maximum eligibility for the 2009-2010 academic year
that includes the 2009 Summer Semester. The loan amount will be divided equally among the semesters of enrollment as
indicated by the student on the attached 2009 Summer Financial Aid Request Form. Students not wanting to borrow
their maximum eligibility should contact the Office of Financial Aid.
The total loan amount will not exceed student's annual grade level eligibility. (Grade level eligibility is determined by
the total number of credits the student has EARNED as of the date the loan application is certified---often before Spring
semester grades are available.)
Federal PLUS Loan
A parent of a dependent undergraduate student may borrow a PLUS loan. Apply online at www.aesSuccess.org or by
contacting your lender of choice directly. A PLUS Loan Master Promissory Note must be on file with your guarantor
and the loan must be certified by the school before a PLUS loan may be used as credit on the student's bill.
Credit pre-approval is not satisfactory for this purpose.
Alternative Loans.
Alternative loans may be used to supplement or replace traditional sources of Financial Aid.
Final approval from the lender must be on record in the Office of Financial Aid before an Alternative loan may be used
as credit on the student's bill. Credit pre-approval is not satisfactory for this purpose.

Beginning April I, 2009, the Office of Financial Aid will process requests for the Summer Semester for those students
who have met all of the criteria Hsted under the "How Do I Apply?" section of this form. Students may check the status
of their Document Requirements online using MAX.
An email wil1 be sent to each student's Marauder email account when aid has been processed, directing the student to
view awards online. Students are advised to review the total amount of aid for the entire 2009-20 10 academic year. If
additional funds are needed, students are encouraged to meet with a Financial Aid Counselor to discuss Alternative
Loans.

Disbursement of Funds: Please pay particular attention to the following anticipated disbursement dates. While you
may take credit immediately for your aid (assuming you have fulfilled al1 requirements), the funds will not be received by
the University before the dates listed below. If you expect to receive a refund, please understand that it will not be
available until approximately one week after the latest disbursement date associated with your period(s) of
enrollment. Students must notify the Office of Financial Aid if their enrollment status changes after aid is initially
awarded. Failure to do so will delay the disbursement of the student's Financial Aid.
Summer 1
&
Summer 2

Summerl
&
Summer 3

Summer 2
&
Summer 3

PA State Grant

7/22/09

7/22/09

7/22/09

Pell Grant
*Stafford Loan1st disb.
*Stafford Loan2nd disb.
*Stafford Loan3rd disb.

7/22/09

7/22/09

7/22/09

6/17/09

7/22/09

7/22/09

6/18/09

7/23/09

7/23/09

6/19/09

7/24/09

7/24/09

Student is enrolled in
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How and when to apply


1. Complete and submit the 2009-2010 Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)

before March 15, 2009. Millersville Universitys school code is: 003325. The FAFSA can be
submitted to the Department of Education using one of the following procedures:
Online using FAFSA on the web at www.fafsa.ed.gov. Please note: The FAFSA must be
signed by the student and the student's parent (if parent information was required on the
FAFSA). Signatures can be submitted using one of the follOwing procedures:
- Electronically using a Personal Identification Number (PIN) from the Department of
Education. To obtain a PIN you need to apply online through the Department of
Educations web site at www.pin.ed.gov.
Print out the last page of the document, which is the signature page. Mail the signed
document to the address listed. Your FAFSA will not be completed until the Federal
Processor receives your signature page.
By mailing a paper FAFSA.
2. Apply every year after January 1st and before March 15th in order to receive full consideration for all types of institutionally ad~inistered aid as well as federal and state aid. The
FAFSA is available after January 1,2009, on the Internet at www.fafsa.edu.gov. The FAFSA is
easier to complete when you have finished your 2008 federal income tax return. If you need
a paper copy, you must call the Department of Education at 1-80Q..433-3243 to request one.
3. You will be eligible for either need-based or non-need-based financial aid; however, you
must meet the following criteria:
Complete the application process, including any additional documents required by the
Office of Financial Aid.
Complete the requirements for verification if selected. The Department of Education
selects 30% of its applicants for verification. If your FAFSA is selected, you will receive the
Millersville University Verification Form. Failure to complete this form and provide
supporting documents will jeopardize your federal student aid.
Not be in default/repayment on any Title IV education loan or grant.
Be enrolled in an eligible degree or certificate program. A nondegree status at MU = no
federal aid.
Possess U.5. citizenship or eligible noncitizen status.
Make satisfactory academic progress to be eligible for federal and state aid.
Have a valid social security number.
If you are male, be registered with Selective Service.
Have a high school diploma or a General Education Development (GED) certificate.

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How Financial Need is Determined


The fonnula for detennining financial need is:
COA: The financial aid administrator calculates your COA. This is generally based on an academic year as well as your anticipated
enrollment status.
Cost of Attendance (COA)
- Expected Family Contribution (EFC)
Financial Need

EFC: When you submit the FAFSA, the infonnation you report is used in a formulacalled Federal Methodology. This fonnula, established by the U.S. Congress, calculates
your EFC. Your EFC is a measure of how much you and your family (if you are a dependent student) can be expected to contribute towards the institutions COA. The EFC is
used to detennine your eligibility for need-based financial aid programs. Your EFC will remain the same regardless of what school
you attend.
Financial Need: This is the difference between the institution's COA and your EFC. If there is a remaining figure, you are considered to have financial need. If there is no remaining need after your EFC has been subtracted from the COA, you may still be eligible
for a Federal Unsubsidized Stafford Loan.
REMEMBER: Financial aid is intended to supplement, not replace family resources.

Determination of Your Financial Aid Eligibility


1. To detennine your financial aid eligibility or to certify your Federal Stafford Loan, the Office of Financial Aid must receive your
official EFC, and your financial aid file must be complete before the end of the tenn of enrollment for which you are requesting
aid. Ine follOwing detennines the end of your tenn of enrollment
Graduation
Withdrawal
Stop attending classes
Failure to re-enroll at the conclusion of a semester
Drop your semester enrollment status below six credits
2. Additional infonnation regarding the detennination of financial need as well as financial aid packaging is available at
www.studentaid.ed.gov.
Note: If you are applying for a Federal Stafford Loan and you are a first -time borrower, in addition to the requirements listed in # 1,
you must complete an Entrance Loan Counseling Session. Entrance Loan Counseling Sessions for the Federal Stafford Loan program
can be completed online at www.millersville.edul-finaidlentranceexit.php, or in person at the Office of Financial Aid, or you can
request a loan counseling packet be mailed to you.

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Federal Stafford Loan and Perkins Loan


The interest rate for a Federal Subsidized Stafford Loan (disbursed 7/1109-6/30/10) is
fixed at 5.6%, and a Federal Unsubsidized Stafford Loan is fixed at 6.8% and for a Federal Perkins Loan the fixed rate of 5%. With
either loan, the student is the borrower and a financial credit check is not required.
Enables parents with good credit to borrow for the educational expenses of each child who is a depen Federal Parent PLUS Loan
dent undergraduate student enrolled at least haH-time. Yearly limit is equal to the students cost of attendance minus any other financial
aid received by the student. The loan bas a fixed interest rate of 8.5%. You may apply for a PLUS loan at www. aesSuccess.org. The
f'AFSA is not required for the PLUS loan; however, documentation of a student's dependent status is required. A separate form will be
sent to the student of a PLUS loan apphcant if an FAFSA is not on file.
Alternative Loans - Private education loans require the borrower to be a student and may require a creditworthy co-signer. Generally,
the loans have a variable interest rate and may charge fees. The maximum loan amount may not exceed the students cost of attendance
minus any other financial aid received by the student. The FAFSA is not required for alternative loans.

Institutional Scholarships
lnstitutional scholarships are available for Millersville students. The scholarships are usually awarded to a student based on hislher financial need and/or particular academic or athletic excellence. Sophomores, juniors and seniors interested in institutional scholarships should
contact their academic department chair and/or the Office of Financial Aid for additional information.
Listed below are scholarships for first-time freshmen who will be enrolled full-time. There are no separate application forms for most
scholarships. Notification to students selected for scholarships will begin in late fall. Please note that meeting the minimum scholarship requirements does not guarantee that a student will be awarded a scholarship_

Highest-ranking student from selected


Lancaster County schools who enrolls at MU.

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Awarded on the basis of quality


academic excellence.

Amount of Tuition

Admissions
(717) 872-3371

Student must rank in the top 10% of their class


or have SAT critical reading and math
scores totaling 1170 or higher AND
provide documentation of participation in the
Governors School for Excellence program.

$l,OOO/year or $4,000
for four years

Admissions
(717) 872-3371

Freshmen students accepted into the Universitys


Honors College. A Umited Number of Scholarships
are available to be determined by the Director of
the Honors College.

$1,OOOlyear
or $4,000 for
four years.

Students should apply


to the Honors College
after admission to MU.
717 -872-3571

Student must rank in the top 10% of their class


or have SAT critical reading and math
scores totaling 1170 or higher
AND provide documentation of participation in
the Hugh O'Brien Youth Conference.

$1,OOO/year or
$4,000 for
four years

Admissions
(717) 872-3371

Students majoring in Biology; Chemistry, English,


Elementary Education, Foreign Languages,
Mathematics and Music.

Variable amounts

Department Chairpersons for Biology;


Mathematics and
Music. All
others: Admissions
(717) 872-3371

Awarded on the basis of quality of academic


excellence.

$1,400Iyear or $5,600
for four years.

Admissions
(717) 872-3371

Student must rank in the top 10% of their class


or have SAT critical reading and math
scores totaling 1170 or higher.

$1,OOO/year or $4,000
for four years.

Admissions
(717) 872-3371

Reside in Schock Foundation service area, have


financial need, good scholastic record and
personal attributes.

28 awards.
$1,200/year Freshmen
$1,600/year Sophomore
$1 ,8001year Junior
$2,OOO/year Senior

Office of Financial Aid


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How Will the Financial Aid be Paid?

Students awarded financial aid will generally receive one-half of their yearly award during the fall semester and the remaining
one-half during the spring semester. This method of payment applies to the Federal Pell Grant, PHEAA State Grant, Federal
Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant, Federal Perkins Loan, Federal Stafford Loan and Federal Plus Loan
Programs. The Office of the Bursar will apply these financial aid awards directly to the student's fixed expenses-tuition, fees, room
and meals.

If the total amount of a student's financilll aid for a particular semester exceeds fixed college expenses, the student will receive a
refund from the Office of the Bursar. The refund can be applied to expenses such as books, supplies or transportation.

Privacy of Student Records

The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 (FERPA) protects the confidentiality of student records. Only the student can
request information regarding hislher financial aid file. If the student would like the Office of Financial Aid to release information
to other individuals/agencies (including parents), they must complete the AUTHORIZATION TO RELEASE INFORMATION FORM
that can be obtained from the Office of Financial Aid or online at www.rnillersville.edul-formslstudentl.
Millersville University is an Equal Opponunity/AlIirrnative Action institution. Coordinators: Services for Students with Disabilities-Mrs. Sherlynn Bessick, Director, Office of learning
Services, Lyle Hall, 717-872-3178; Title VI and Title IX-Ms. Patricia Hopson-Shelton, Assistant to the President for Social Equity and Diversity, Delaware House, 717-872-3787; ADA
Coordinator-Mr. Dale McCloud, Associate Vice President for Human Resources, Dilworth Building, 717-872-3017.
A Member of Pennsylvania); State System of Higher Education.

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OFFICE OF FIIAICIAL AID

www.millersville.edu/-linaid
Visit our web site to gain a better understanding of financial aid available at MU, review policies
and procedures, and link to other websites, including those listed on this handout.

AsSISTANCE AND ADVICE

SCHOLARSHIP DATABASES

FEDERAl SlUDENT A.D


hffp://studentaid.ed.gov
The U.S. Deportment of Education's comprehensive website
on preparing for college, choosing, applying, funding, and
offending college, and repaying student loons.

SCHOLARSHIP Sa. Al.EIT


www.linaid.org/scholarships/scams.phtm/
This site provides advice on how to identify scholarship
scams, how to distinguish between legitimate and fraudulent
organizations, how to protect yourself form scholarship
scams and what to do if you are scammed.

U.s.

StuDEIII' GAlEWAY TO liE


GonU.EIII'
www.students.gov
A comprehe,nsive information portal providing answers
to your questions on education, career, government, and
more.

ScIlOl.llSllIP DATABASES
www.linaid.org/scholarships/other.phtm/
From this web page you can link to a variety of searches
including:
.. FastWeb scholarship Search
.. College Board's FUND FINDER
.. Scholarship. com LLC

OvEIVIEW OF StuDEIII' F.uICIIl AID


www.linaid.org

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MAPPlIG YOUI FUlUU


www.mappingyourfuture.biz/
COWGE PLAIIIIG IElW
www.collegeplan.org
bEllCAII EDUCAnOI SEIYICES
www.aesSuccess.org
EDuanol PLAIIEI
www.educafionplanner.org
A one-stop education website - Gnd a career, choose a college, university, or career school, apply and pay for postsecondary education, then move into the working world.
FUIlIER YOUI EDUCADOI
www.furtheryoureducafion.com
Information for adult learners, transfer students, military
members, and distance learners.

SRN Express
Peterson's Award Database
NextStudent
SchalarshipExperts
BrakeScholar
ColiegeNET Mach 25

GEIIIAI. ScaouRSHIPS
.. www.fasfaid.com
.. www.scholarships.com
.. www.supercollege.com
ScHOLARSHIPS FOR StuDTlIG "100
.. www.iefa.org
.. www.studyabroadfunding.org
MAJ-.sPECIHC DATAIUSES
www.linaid.org/otheraid/ma;ors.phtml
HISPAIIC COWGE FuID
www.hispanicfund.org

FIUIKIAL Lmua
www.cashcourse.org/millersville
Help with credit cords, budgeting,
Selling Gnancial goals, money mangement tips.

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IIII'EUCJIVE CuCULATOIS
www.linaid.org/ca/cu/ators
Expected Family Contribution (EFC) and Gnancial aid calculator, college cost projector, loon calculator, and savings
plan designer (Oat contribution).

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www.linaid.org/otheraid/natamind.phtml
ScIlOl.llSllIPS FOR MIIORmES
www.linaid.org/otheroid/minority.phtml

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u.s DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION

PA FINANCIAL AID WEBSITES

u.s. DEPARTMEIIT OF EDuaTlOIi

PElIlSnVAlIl HIGHER EDUanOI AssISTAICE

www.ed.gov
(click on Financial Aid)

AGEICY (PHEAA)

www.pheaa.org

FAFSA 011 THE WEB

www.fafsa.ed.gov
Complete the Free Application for Federal
Student Aid (FAFSA) online and submit it via the Internet.
FAFSA PIN NUMBER

www.pin.ed.gov
The u.S Department of Education mailed a Personal
Identification Number (PIN) to most students who applied
for aid as of the 2006-2007 award year. If you did not
receive a PIN, you can get one from this web site. Your
PIN will allow you to access your student loan information through the National Student Loan Data System,
make corrections to your application through the internet, or "sign" (electronically) your FAFSA on the Web in
subsequent years.

EDUanOI PLAIIER

www.educationp/anner.org
A one-stop education website - find a career, choose a
college, university, or career school, apply and pay for
postsecondary education, then move into the working
world.
PA AssoCIiTIOI OF SIUDEIIT FIIAICW
AID ADMIIISTRATORS
www.pasfaa.org

COMPlEOliG THE FAFSA

bERICAI EDUanOI SERVICES ACCOUIIT ACCESS


www.aesSuccess.org
(Click on "Account Access" under "Manage your Student
Loan Account")
A one-stop, secure, and comprehensive online resource
to access a student's individual financial aid information.

http://studentaid.ed.gov/students/publications
completing_fafsa/index.html

PUBUCATIONS

FEDERAL ScHOOL CODE SURCH PAGE

www.fafsa.ed.gov/fofwwebapp/fs/ookupservlet

FEDERAL STuDEIIT AID PUBUanOIS, BROCHURo, AIID

ADVISORY COMMIIIIE 011 STuDEIIT FII..IClll AssISIAICE

FAa SHEm

www.ed.gov/about/bdscomm/list/acsfa/ed/ite-index.
html
An independent committee created by Congress to advise on student aid policy.

http://studentaid.ed.gov
Click on "Publications" under "Site Resources" on the
right side of the screen.

OntER FEDERAL SOURCo OF AID

www.linaid.org/questions/glossary.phtm/

www.ed.gov/about/oflices/list/fsa/index/htm/
LooKIIG FOR SnIDEIIT AID

http://studentaid.ed.gov/students/publications/
Isa/index.html
bERICA RUDS DIUaORY

www.ed.gov/inits/americareads
Eligible students can earn federal work-study dollars by
becoming a tutor in the America Reads Program.

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A STuDEIIT GUIDE TO STuDYlIG II THE U.S.
(FOR IIITERlAnOIW SlUDEIITS)
www.edupass.org
FIIAIOIL AID REFERENCE MAlERIILS

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Frequently Asked Questions
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Loans
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There are a number of low-cost alternative/private education loans available to undergraduates and graduates
who need additional funds to cover the remaining amount on their tuition bill.
Each lender establishes the eligibility criteria for the loan and the conditions for which the loan funds can be
used. The information listed below provides a general overview.
Please contact the lender for any additional information regarding the loan program listed.
Reasons for Considering an Alternative/Private Loan:
Satisfactory Academic Progress may not be a condition for the loan.
Can apply on-line.
Enrollment in a degree or certificate program may not be required. However, the student may have to be
enrolled at an institution approved by the lender.
Aggregate limit may be greater than Stafford Loans.
Repayment terms may be greater than 10 years which is the current repayment term offered by Stafford and
PLUS loans.
Applying with a co-signer can reduce fees associated with these programs.
Students can share with the responsibility of borrowing.
School must have guarantee of loan from lender to be used as a credit towards bill.
This loan is in the student's name (the borrower) and usually will require a credible co-signer (generally a
parent), but can be anyone with good credit who is willing to co-sign the loan.
The only payment the student is required to make is the interest - the principal is deferred until 6 months after
the student graduates or drops below half-time (6 credits) status.
Please see our statement regarding preferred lenders.
Please be advised that if you do not indicate a loan term or indicate an invalid loan term on your loan
application, the loan term will default to the academic year (fall/spring). It is EXTREMELY
IMPORTANT to indicate correct loan term dates to ensure the correct processing of your alternative
loan.
The loan term dates are used as follows:
For the entire 2009-2010 academic year (Fall/Spring), use 8/31/09 - 5/08/10
For the Fall only, use 8/31/09 - 12/19/09
For the Spring only, use 1/19/10 - 5/08/10
For Summer 2009, use 5/11/09 - 8/21/09, no matter what summer session you are attending.

Recommended Alternative Loan Options


For a side-by-side comparison of the loans listed below, please see the Alternative Loans located in Financial
Aid Forms.
The following loans/lenders listed below are our recommended lenders for alternative loans.
CitiAssist Loan (Citibank)
PNC Solution Loan (PNC Bank)
Citizens Bank Smart Option Loan (Citizens Bank)
Wells Fargo Private Education Loan (Wells Fargo)
Chase Select Loan (Chase)
Academic Answer Loan (SunTrust Bank)

CitiAssist Loan
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Citibank
Contact Information
1-800-967-2400
CitiAssist Loan
Borrower

Creditworthy student
Student CAN BE enrolled less than half-time
Satisfactory Academic Progress is NOT required
Student CAN BE non-degree seeking
Student may need a cosigner
Student must be 18 years of age to apply
Interest Rate

Variable rate based on WSJ Prime


Prime plus 1.00% to 7.50%
Loan Fees
0.00% - 5.00%
Repayment Period
Up to 20 years to repay, depending on amount owed.
Grace Period

6-month grace period after graduation or dropping below half-time status.


Deferment/Forbearance Options are available
Borrowing Limits

Minimum : N/A
Maximum: Cost of attendance less financial aid

PNC Solution Loan


PNC Bank

Contact Information
1-800-762-1001
PNC Solution Loan
Borrower

Creditworthy student
Student MUST BE enrolled at least half-time
Satisfactory Academic Progress is NOT required
Student MUST BE degree seeking
Student may need a cosigner
Student can be 17 years of age to apply with a co-signer
Interest Rate

Variable rate based on one-month LIBOR plus 2.75% to 8.75%


Loan Fees
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0.00% - 9.00%
Repayment Period
Up to 20 years to repay.
Grace Period

6-month grace period after graduation or dropping below half-time status.


Deferment/Forbearance Options are available
Borrowing Limits

Minimum : N/A
Maximum: Cost of attendance less financial aid

Citizens Bank Smart Option Loan


Citizens Bank

Contact Information
1-800-708-6684, option "0"
Citizens Bank Smart Option Loan
Borrower

Creditworthy student
Student CAN BE enrolled less than half-time
Satisfactory Academic Progress is NOT required
Student MUST BE degree seeking
Student may need a cosigner
Student can be 17 years of age to apply with a co-signer
Interest Rate

Variable rate based on one-month LIBOR plus 5.75% to 11.50%


Loan Fees
0-3%
Repayment Period
Student is required to make monthly interest payments during in-school nad separation period
5-15 years based on cumulative outstanding Sallie Mae serviced private loan balance
Grace Period

6-month grace period after graduation or dropping below half-time status.


Deferment/Forbearance Options are available
Borrowing Limits

Minimum : $1000
Maximum: Cost of attendance less financial aid

Wells Fargo Pvt Ed Loan


Wells Fargo

Contact Information
1-800-658-3567
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Wells Fargo Private Education Loan


Borrower

Student CAN BE enrolled less than half-time at an eligible school


Student must have positive credit history, acceptable debt-to-income ratio, and a minimum income of $12,000
or cosigner who does
Student MUST BE degree seeking
Satisfactory Academic Progress is NOT required
Student may need a cosigner
Student must be 18 years of age to apply
Interest Rate

Variable rate based on WSJ Prime


Prime plus 1.00% to 7.99%
Loan Fees
None
Repayment Period
Up to 12 years to repay.
Grace Period

6-month grace period after graduation or dropping below half-time status.


Deferment/Forbearance Options are available
Borrowing Limits

Minimum: $1000
Maximum: Cost of attendance less financial aid

Chase Select Loan

Chase, JPMorgan Chase Bank, N.A.


Contact Information
1-866-306-0868
www.ChaseSelectLoans.com
Borrower

Repayment CAN be deferred while attending school


Creditworthy student
Student CAN BE enrolled less than half-time
Satisfactory Academic Progress is NOT required
Student CAN BE non-degree seeking
Student may need a cosigner
Student must be 18 years of age to apply
Interest Rate

Variable: LIBOR + 3.65% to 10.25% with cosigner


Variable: LIBOR + 9.00% - no cosigner
Loan Fees
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None
Repayment Period
Up to 25 years to repay
Grace Period

6-month grace period after graduation or dropping below half-time status.


Deferment/Forbearance Options are available
Borrowing Limits

Minimum : $500
Maximum: Cost of attendance less financial aid

Academic Answer Loan


SunTrust Bank

Contact Information
1-866-763-6350
Academic Answer Loan
Borrower

Creditworthy student with minimum 36 months credit history


Student MUST BE enrolled at least half-time
Satisfactory Academic Progress is NOT required
Student CAN BE non-degree seeking
Student may need a cosigner
Student can be 17 years of age to apply but will need a credit-worthy co-signer of legal age
Graduation benefit-principal reduction of $300.00 per loan upon proof of graduation
Interest Rate

Variable rate based on one-month LIBOR plus 3.00% to 10.75%


Loan Fees
No up-front fees
Back-end finance charges of 0.00%- 6.00% may apply, depending on credit
Repayment Period
Up to 25 years to repay, depending on amount owed.
Grace Period

6-month grace period after graduation or dropping below half-time status.


Deferment/Forbearance Options are available
Borrowing Limits

Minimum : $1,001
Maximum: Cost of attendance less financial aid. Generous annual limits apply.
Borrower Benefits Are Subject To Change
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State smoking ban loosened at Millersville University

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Published: May 28, 2009


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Faculty members and coaches at Millersville University may be able to smoke


on campus again, according to a recent ruling by a state labor panel.
The panel ruled last week that the Pennsylvania State System of Higher
Education can't bar faculty members and coaches from smoking outdoors on
campus unless their union agrees to the restriction.
The smoking ban was implemented in September.
The Association of Pennsylvania State College and University Faculties, the
union that represents 5,800 faculty members and coaches who teach at the
14 state-owned universities, filed an unfair labor practice complaint
challenging the policy on the grounds that any change is subject to collective
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The labor panel ruled in APSCUF's favor.


Roger Bruszewski, MU's vice president for finance and administration, said he
believes a reasonable compromise will be reached between the system and
the union.
Bruszewski said less than 20 percent of MU's faculty are smokers. He said
most of those who do smoke respect the ban.

APSCUF did not immediately return calls for comment on the ruling.
The smoking ban had stoked the ire of students and faculty throughout the state's schools so much that PASSHE
agreed to allow smoking in cars with windows rolled up and on sidewalks along public roads that pass through the
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Millersville University grad honored for clock work

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GPS Tower Clocks

Published: May 27, 2009


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Restoring furniture is an art to the 2009 Millersville University graduate, who


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"I felt a sense of accomplishment," Friedman, of Ewing Township, N.J., said of


completing the job. "It was different from the normal refinishing job. It was a
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Growing up, Lee Friedman worked in his family's furniture refinishing


business, where he learned the sometimes painstaking process of restoration.

Friedman, who majored in technology education, began refinishing the clock


as part of a volunteer independent project for the school's industry and
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One of Friedman's professors, Kenneth De Lucca, approached him about


restoring the clock early last summer as part of the museum's decision to
overhaul the piece. De Lucca is a volunteer at the museum and said he "felt a
collaboration between the university and the museum could benefit both, and
provide for the restoration of a part of Pennsylvanian history."
The clock was built in Bucks County in the 1790s by prominent clockmaker
and artisan Jacob Solliday. It stands 7 feet 2 inches tall.
Friedman brought the clock to campus, and the work commenced.
The project earned him honor status at MU's graduation early this month.
Altogether, Friedman said, he spent about 24 hours over six months
refurbishing the clock.
Friedman, who finished the project last month, said there were a few
unexpected moments during the restoration process.
"When I first saw the clock, it was black in color, so I thought it was walnut,"
Friedman said. "But when I removed the old finish, I saw that it was actually
cherry. I was kind of surprised."

To restore the clock without removing all the original finish, Friedman used a
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"The wood was dried and cracked from all the polishes and waxes," he said. "It loosened up years of use."
Friedman also designed and built bracket feet for the clock and replaced the case's broken window with vintage
glass.
He said while the project was gratifying, it also was a bit nerve-wracking.
"It was a challenge for me," Friedman said.

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Friedman, who plans to teach technology education in the New Jersey public school system, said the project was
well-suited for him because it merged his love of restoring furniture and clocks.
"I've always had a bit of an interest in the way clocks work," Friedman said.
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"It's something I definitely would do again," he said.
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vtillersville lJniversity Bus Services

Millersville University Student Access

SCHEDULES & INFO

M.U. students may access the MJ Xpress, MJ Park City )(press and RoJte 16 at no charge by shCMing their
student I.D. cards. MU students are authOlized to take tv.o (2) {J.Iests on board the MU )(press at no charge.
GJests of students \\ill be re(J,lired to pay regular fare 'Atlen boarding RRTA's Route 16 and the MU Park City
)(press.
For information regardng Bus Pdicy, Hotidays, and Lost & Found '<A sit the Bus Inforrmtion page.

Home

MU Xpress Schedule
MU Park City Express
Bus Route 181n10ut
Bus Policies & Infonnation
Red Rose Transit Website

Transferring to other RRTA Routes


M.u. students 'Atlo VIOUld Ike to !rawl to aher locations on RRTA's buses \\in need to transfer. Students can show
their student 1.0. cards for the base fare on Route 16 and MU Park City Xpress and ask the Itiwr for a transfer
slip. When you transfer to another bus, giw the driwr the transfer sip and a nickel, plus any ackitional zone
boundaries you cross as foilONS:

Zone Infonnation

Ole Zone: 20

TIM:) Zones: 50

Three Zones: 85

Four Zones: $1.25

Places to Go & Things to See


Looking for a good restaurant or a fast tite to eat? Need a new Itess or pair of jeans? Want to go to the f'I'IC:J'Aes?
Where's the nearest doctor? There are rmny things to do and places to go using the RRTA bus system The
fdlowing is a parnallist of stores, restaurants. and acti'<Alies along or \\ithin a short walking distance d Route 16
and the MJ Park City )(press route.
Serllices:

Locations:

acti\>ities.& entertainment

B - '-'IRerS'oAlle Borough

I;ll:Inks

L- Lancaster Gity

cIoctors,pharmaci,& dentists

MC-Mllers'<Alle Center

fast food

MSC - Manor Shopping Center

groceries

PC - Park aty

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~OO!l~YqJ.re

r~urants

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Millersville University Graduate Program Documents For Litigation

Stan J. Caterbone
Advanced Media Group
1250 Fremont Street
Lancaster, PA 17603
scaterbone@live.com
717-669-2163 (no voice mail)
MU Student ID No. M00237196

Mr. P. Michael Sturla


House of Representatives, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania
8 North Queen Street, Suite 1100
Lancaster, PA 17602
Re: Letter from Lori Austin, Judicial Affairs, Millersville University/No Trespass Notice

June 4, 2009

Dear Mr. Sturla:


On June 3, the Millersville University Judical Affairs Office sent me a letter which was to execute a
No Tresspass Notice for all Millersville University owned property. Since the January No Tresspass Notice
from the Lancaster County Library, every location that where I was entitled to use free computers and
internet access, the same deceptive and fraudulent tactics were used to deny me access to the internet
and comuters, including the Pennsylvania Career Link.
In addition to causing emotional pain and suffering, the attached Letter/No Tresspass Notice
and completely fabricated charges (as in all no tresspass notices issued over the last 3 years; Barley
Snyder, LLC, Lancaster Newspapers, Marion Courtroom, Eden Resort, Dave Pflumm and Pflumm Contractor
Properties, ) that were issued on June 3, 2009 resulted in the following:

Thwart meeting with Nate Bomberger (Legislative Assistant, Michael Sturla Lancaster Office) and
Lisa Riggs of the James Street Investment District on June 8, 2009.
Eliminate my access to the following: computers; printers; the internet; email; scanner; research;
and all other resources entitled to me free of charge for research and graduate classes at Ganser
Library at Millersville University.
Eliminate the ability to manage and update the websites and blogs of Advanced Media Group.
Free Red Rose Transit Authority bus service on route 16 and MU Express.
Education and Research materials and resources for Mind Control and MKULTRA/Subprograms.
Post Bacculareate or Graduate Program studies and credits.
Thwart any communications and discussions with faculty and professors that would demontrate my
true knowledge and intelligence which would support my experience and accomplishments for the
past 22 years.
To libel and slander my person and my companies Advanced Media Group/Global Entertainment
Group.
To support all of the previous false arrests by Millersville Boro Police and to specifically interfere
with CATERBONE v. Millersville Boro Police Department, case no. CI-06-08490 in the Lancaster
County Court of Common Pleas.
Twart and interupt my efforts for my proposed ORGANIZED STALKING AND DIRECTED ENERGY
WEAPONS BILL as defined in the Press Release of Advanced Media Group of May 19, 2009. This
was circulated among faculty and staff at Millersville University. At one point in May there were
some 14 or more servers identified on the statistics report of my website
www.amgglobalentertainmentgroup.com as comming from Millersville University computers which
accounted for 25% of the hits to that point.
The extortion of the $40.00 processing fee for the Graduate Program.
To recind the letter of admissions to Millersville University's Graduate Program of May 13, 2009.
To recind the registration and enrollment in CRN 3076 Course No. 756 Tchg Hist/Geog of Lancaster

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County and the History of Vietnam Class CRN 7173 Course No. 510 for the Fall semester.
To recind the free access to the SMC Fitness Center.
Eliminate all access to the forums, conferences, and speakers that are presented on campus; which
I have previously attended over the last 3 to 4 years.
To diminish and reduce any credibility as a victim of mind control; as a pro se litigant in state and
federal courts; as a businessman in the Lancaster Community; as a victim of harassment; stalking;
vandalism; thefts; torture; pain and suffering, predetermined financial ruin; etc.,
To Support and restore credibility to previous fabrications and lies put out by the Lancaster County
District Attorney's Office; MDJ Leo Eckert, Jr. of Millersville; Southern Regional Police Department
of Conestoga; Lancaster County Court of Common Pleas Judges and staff; the Pennsylavania
Attorney General's Office; the Millersville Boro Police Department; the Lancaster County Sheriff's
Department; the Federal Bureau of Investigation; the Defense Intelligence Agency; Pflumm
Contractors, Inc., Dave/Pam Pflumm & Family; etc.,
To cover-up all incidents of harassment; stalking; computer hacking; assaults; identity theft;
threats ("Hung") at Millersville University over the past 3 months.
To thwart my attempt at recovering the transcripts of Millersville University for my deceased
brother Samuel Caterbone, who is also a victim of MKULTRA as outlined in communications to and
from the California Attorney General's Office in October and January of 1991 and 1992
respectiviley.
To prevent me from making any final determination regarding the authenticity of the transcripts
obtained in 2009 from Millersville University versus the stolen transcripts obtained and stolen in
2005.
To continue to the cover-up of 22 years of public corruption and mind control and to conitinue the
isolation of Stan J. Caterbone and Advanced Media Group, and all respective interests.
To prevent the access of any electronic files stored on any type of storage medium for Stan J.
Caterbone and Advanced Media Group including flash drives; cdrom; dvd; flopp disc; etc.. for any
reason.
To recind the free rental of a Laptop Computer from Ganser Library afforded all students.
To thwart and interupt any efforts to re-engage and continue the civil litigation as plaintiffs in the
Lancaster County Court of Common Pleas; the Pennsylvania Superior Court; the Commonwealth
Court of Pennsylvania; the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania; the U.S.
Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit; the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for Eastern Pennsylvania; the
Citizens Commission for Human Rights' Psychiatric Abuse Complaint; the United States Attorney's
Office 5 complaints that were already filed and subsequent complaints yet to be filed; etc.,
To deny the free access to the legal websites and databases of Lexis/Nexis at Ganser Library for
legal research.
To create a fabrication and compell Lancaster County Crisis Intervention issue or support another
fabricated and fraudulent 302 Order, as in April of 2006 with the Southern Regional Police, that
would ultimately lead to a psychiatric evaluation at a local medical facility (Lancaster General
Hospital or Lancaster Regional Medical Center) that has the risk of being administered mind
altering drugs that would result in loss of memory and reason to render me menally incapacitated
and unable to defend against becoming a vegetable for long periods of time, as documented by
other victims of mind control programs.
To reduce the efforts for the collection of some $400,000 of accounts recievables of Advanced
Media Group.
To thwart any communications and disclosures to the Freedom from Covert Harassment and
Surveillance Organization for help and support.
To thwart any communications and disclosures to Reprsentative Jim Guest of the Missour House of
Representatives for help and support with the new proposed ORGANIZED STALKING AND
DIRECTED ENERGY WEAPONS BILL

The attached No Tresspass Notice also leaves me in the following situation:

No printing of any documents, letters, research, etc.,.


Limited access to any email accounts or websites/blogs of Advanced Media Group at a cost of $4.00
per hour at Square One Cafe on North Duke Street in downtown Lancaster.
No access to any archved electronic files of Stan J. Caterbone/Advanced Media Group for any
reason.

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Mr. Sturla, we are requesting an investigation into this matter at the earliest possible time, or at
least a referral to the proper authority that may bill able to help resove this dire situation. We thank you
for your attention as it pertains to this matter.

Dated: June 4, 2009

Stan J. Caterbone, Pro Se Litigant


Advanced Media Group
scaterbone@live.com
www.amgglobalentertainmentgroup.com
717-669-2163 (no voice mail)

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copies to:

United States Attorney's Office for the Eastern District of Philadelphia


United States District Court Judge Mary A. McLaughlin (Case No. 05-2288 and 06-4650)

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