Lock Haven University has established the LHU Emergency Student Fund to assist students experiencing housing issues, lost wages, food insecurity, lack of technological and digital resources and other financial hardships stemming from the COVID-19 outbreak.
As a result of the ongoing global COVID-19 pandemic, Lock Haven University converted from face-to-face instruction to online and remote modalities last month and will continue that way through the end of the semester and summer.
Lock Haven University's Haven Cupboard announced that it is staying open to serve current LHU students in need, who remain in the area while face-to-face classes and activities on campus have been cancelled.
March is National Athletic Training Month and Linda Platt Meyer '83 is just one of hundreds of Lock Haven University athletic training alumni influencing the profession.
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