Marywood Admissions Staff

Rachel Hartz

Associate Director for Undergraduate Recruitment
rhenneforth@marywood.edu
Phone: 570-348-6234 ext 2104

About me:  I joined the Marywood staff in September of 2006 as a graduate assistant.  My bachelor’s degree is in Sport and Recreation Management and I earned my MBA from Marywood in 2009.

My interests: Most of my interests revolve around sports or outdoor activities.  I enjoy running, working out, hiking, and watching almost any sport.  My favorite sports are baseball and ice hockey.  I also enjoy traveling, spending time with family and friends, and shopping.

My favorite thing about Marywood:  Marywood has an amazing campus full of wonderful students, faculty, and staff.  It has a great sense of history, tradition, and community that you don’t find many places.   

My favorite place on campus: I have a few favorite places on campus.  I love the beauty of the rotunda, the fitness center (yep, I love to workout), and the school of architecture.

You'd never guess: I may look skinny but I love to eat!

My best advice: Start the college search early and be honest with yourself and your family.  Try to think about the atmosphere of each college and if you would feel comfortable there.  Focusing on a major is important but don’t forget to find somewhere you will have opportunities to get involved in other activities that interest you.  Most importantly, visit each school you are interested in.

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Meet Jennifer

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Don’t judge a book (or University) by its cover. Come for a visit! You will never know what you could be missing out on unless you come and see for yourself.

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