In June, Moravian College was invited to become part of the Annapolis
Group, an organization of leading national independent liberal
The coalition was formed 10 years ago by Franklin and Marshall,
Gettysburg, and Dickinson Colleges, joined by 20 similar institutions.
Their presidents began meeting in Annapolis, Maryland, to discuss
common concerns. It now includes 117 Carnegie Baccalaureate I institutions.
In addition to Moravian, new members this year are Hollins University
in Virginia, Kalamazoo College in Michigan, and William Jewell
College in Missouri.
Moravian also was reapproved for the Princeton Review’s 351
Best Colleges and went up a notch in the U.S. News & World
Report ranking of American colleges.