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Moravian received a gold seal for achieving a student rate between 40% and 49%
Tanya Baynham with the Milton Hershey School in Hershey, Pa. said the average income for families with children attending the school is $18,000 per year. She said many students will be first in their generation to go to college. “If over 30 percent of students attending college now are first gen students, our colleges, now, have to be first gen ready,” said Baynham.
The primary objectives of the partnership between Moravian College and the Milton Hershey School are to bring MHS students to Moravian so that they may participate in the support programs offered to low-income, first-generation college students and provide opportunities for the leadership and staff of both MHS and Moravian to improve the graduation rate outcomes for those low-income, first generation college students. 
Independent, nonprofit colleges and universities are a vital part of the Lehigh Valley economy. We are home to six vibrant and diverse private institutions, including a women’s college, a Catholic university, a research-intensive university, and liberal arts colleges.
Through a partnership with the Humane Society, Moravian College Dining has revamped recipes and elevated plant-based cuisine, to the delight of students, staff and faculty at the Pennsylvania college.
U.S. Rep. Susan Wild, a Democrat representing the 7th District, which includes the Lehigh Valley, talks to Moravian College students about the proposed College Affordability Act.
The Academy of Pediatric Physical Therapy is headquartered in Fairfax, VA and states their mission is to advance pediatric physical therapy through excellence in advocacy, education, and research.  The Academy bestows service awards, research awards, clinician awards and scholarships and grants each year after reviewing nominations submitted by members.
During this Supreme Court term, the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) policy is on the docket. Moravian College, along with 165 other colleges and universities, joined an amicus brief "urging" the Court to protect DACA. PBS39 News Tonight speaks with Moravian's president to learn why he's defending DACA.
Born and raised in Bethlehem, Reisteter is a graduate of Bethlehem Catholic High School, earned a degree in music education from Lebanon Valley College and a master’s degree in theory and composition from Ohio University. He has played in the Allentown Band for a remarkable 35 years, the Allentown Symphony Orchestra for 32 years, and is on music faculty at Moravian College.
This fall, Geary and the student government are working to install door viewers — also known as peep holes and similar to ones that hotel rooms and apartments have. The long-term goal is for every dormitory to have one, but for now, about 70 door viewers have been placed in a freshman hall. The purpose is to allow students to see who is knocking on their door before opening it to someone who could be harmful.