Our counselors are here to address any questions and concerns you might have as you navigate through the College admission process.
Contact the main office with any questions, and we'll help you decide if E-town is the right fit for you.
Feel free to contact any of our Admissions Counselors, directly. Choose a counselor based on their expertise, their travel territory, or their interests.
Admissions Office Contact Information
One Alpha Drive
Elizabethtown, PA 17022-2298
Senior Associate Director of Admissions
- Franklin County
- Perry County
- York County
- New York state (excluding NYC and Long Island)
- Polly serves as OT admissions liaison.
Associate Director & Coordinator of Multicultural Recruitment
- Chester County
- Delaware County
- Philadelphia County
- Bucks County
- Montgomery County
- Washington, D.C.
- Northern VA
- New York City
- Variety of locations consistent with duties as the Coordinator of Multicultural Recruitment.
- David serves as the Coordinator of Multicultural Recruitment and oversees the telecounselor program.
Director of Admissions and Coordinator of International Recruitment
- Lehigh Valley
- Western Pennsylvania
- Lauren focuses on coordinating international recruitment.
Assistant Director of Admissions and Coordinator of Athletic Recruitment
- North eastern Pennsylvania
- North central Pennsylvania
- Southern New Jersey
- Adam serves as the liaison for Department Days and Athletics.
Assistant Director for Hispanic and Latino Recruitment
- Dauphin County
- Lancaster County
- Lehigh Valley
- Northeastern PA
Assistant Director of Admissions
- Long Island
- Northern New Jersey
- New England
- Annie serves as coordinator for our homeschool and cyberschool students.
Associate Director of Admissions & Coordinator of Transfer Recruitment
- Lebanon County, PA
- Mercer County, NJ
- Middlesex County, NJ
- Monmouth County, NJ
- Somerset County, NJ
- Gretchen serves as coordinator for our transfer students.
Why Should I Speak With A Counselor?
Talking with admissions counselors may seem intimidating at first, but having these conversations can help make the admissions process a lot easier. They serve as excellent resources for you and your family as you navigate through the steps to college admission.
Use Their Campus Connections
When looking at colleges, you are forced to make a lot of choices. You must select a college, choose an academic major, consider a minor or concentration, consider joining a team or organization, choose a meal plan and much more. You may be looking for guidance as you make these very important decisions. Our counselors are here to connect you with expert faculty, knowledgeable staff and student leaders who can help you make these decisions.
Listen To Their E-town Expertise
Our counselors are not only experts of the college admissions process, but they are also E-town experts. They know all about our campus community. They are here to help you understand the ins and outs of campus and find your college fit.
Eliminate Application Confusion
The college application process can be tedious. Our counselors have helped plenty of students complete the process, and they’re here to help you too. Allow them to assist you with any application questions you may have.