Jan Condon and family and friends of Juanita Condon
This scholarship was established by family and friends in memory of Professor Juanita Condon. Juanita joined the Shippensburg University Faculty in 1974. Her early responsibilities were as the Director of the Tutorial Center and the Tutorial Coordinator of the Learning Assistance Center. The position Juanita was most noted for was that of Academic Success Program (Act 101) Counselor. In this capacity, Juanita provided academic, social, and personal counseling support to more than 100 students each semester. Drawing upon her vast experience and knowledge, she provided students with guidance and support as they pursued their educational and career choices. In addition, she assisted students with financial aid and other concerns related to their academic success.
Juanita graduated from Shippensburg State College in 1971, with a Bachelor of Science in English Education. Her graduate degrees included a Master of Arts in English degree from Shippensburg State College in 1975, a Master of Science in Speech Communication degree from Murray State University (KY) in 1980, and a Master of Science in Counseling from Shippensburg University in 1995.
At Shippensburg University, Juanita served as Chairperson of both the Black Heritage Committee and the SU Women's Consortium Employment Practices Subcommittee. Her service also included participation on the SU Cultural Arts Steering Committee, Commission on Academic Advising, University Curriculum Committee, Writing Across the Curriculum Committee, Department of Academic Services, and Sabbatical Leave Committee.
Scholarships associated with Jan Condon and family and friends of Juanita Condon