Contact Info

          Undergraduate Admissions Office
          Academy Hall
          200 East Normal Street
          Edinboro, PA 16444
          Phone: (814) 732-2761 or
          (888) 8GO-BORO (888-846-2676)

          Meet Your Counselor

          Edinboro University’s admissions counselors bring a wealth of knowledge to help you determine if EU is the right fit for you. Below, meet each of our counselors and feel free to reach out to them with your questions, comments and concerns as you navigate the process of applying to the University.

          Edinboro University’s admissions counselors are here to help you answer all of your questions about the University and its academic programs, vibrant campus community, internationally recognized faculty, premiere student housing, numerous clubs and organizations, nationally renowned services for students with physical disabilities, NCAA athletics, performing arts, a thriving Greek life scene, 65,000-person alumni network and much more.

          Undergraduate Admissions

          Allison Flynn
          Assistant Director of Undergraduate Admissions
          (814) 732-1711
           Ft. Worth, Texas (born); Erie, Pennsylvania (raised) 
          Bachelor of Fine Arts from Rochester Institute of Technology; Master of Arts from Edinboro University
          Crossfit, cooking, anything outdoors, reading, knitting and crochet and anything JCrew
          Why should I attend Edinboro?
          Edinboro University is a very unique place. Our students have a safe traditional college experience, but our individuality lies within our strong fine arts program that brings diversity and culture to a small college town. It’s the best of both worlds.

          Meighan Lloyd
          Assistant Director of Admissions
          Phone: (814) 732-1768
          Hometown: Orchard Park, New York
          Education: Bachelor of Arts from Edinboro University; Master of Education from Edinboro University
          Hobbies: Reading, coaching track & field, spending time with my family
          Why should I attend Edinboro? 
          Edinboro University has a wonderful family-like atmosphere on campus. From the staff to faculty to students to community members, you will truly feel like you have found a place to call home for your college career.

          Theodore Urban
          Assistant Director of Undergraduate Admissions
          Phone: (814) 732-1758
          Hometown: Erie, Pennsylvania
          Education: Bachelor of Arts from Pennsylvania State University; Master of Science from Gannon University 
          Hobbies: Outdoors activities, including hiking/bicycling/walking my dog (Ginny) and yard work; spending time with family, including my wife, Sandy, and daughter, Emily (who attends EU!)
          Why should I attend Edinboro University?
          Edinboro University offers high-quality education at a great value. It is an attractive, safe and friendly campus with a variety of activities.

          Rena McCartney
          Assistant Director of Undergraduate Admissions/Event Coordinator 
          Phone: (814) 732-1777
          Hometown: Ridgway, Pennsylvania
          Education: Bachelor of Arts from Edinboro University; Master of Education from Edinboro University
          Hobbies: Running and traveling
          Why should I attend Edinboro?
          Students are able to challenge themselves and experience learning opportunities outside the classroom. Faculty are top-notch, and they provide academic advising and resources that will help you reach your goals!

          Patrick LaFuria 
          Admissions Counselor 
          Phone: (814) 732-1751 
          Hometown: North East, Pennsylvania 
          Education: Bachelor of Science in Mathematics, Pennsylvania State University 
          Hobbies: I enjoy playing basketball, watching the NBA and NCAA college basketball, playing XBOX, and walking my dog. 
          Why should I attend Edinboro University? 
          You should attend Edinboro University for our wide variety of established programs, beautiful campus and strong sports programs. Also, the incredible Highlands housing units are a great place to “hang your hat.” 

          Melissa Manning
          Associate Director of Admissions
          Phone: (814) 732-1757
          Hometown: Conneaut Lake, Pennsylvania
          Education: BA Psychology - Edinboro University; MA Counseling - Edinboro University
          Hobbies: Going to the beach, spending time with family, football games (Go Fighting Scots & Cleveland Browns!) and playing with my dog, Olivia.
          Why should I attend Edinboro?
          I am very fortunate to be working at the school from which I graduated—I think that Edinboro is the best university ever! Edinboro offers some of the best qualities that both a larger and a smaller university have to offer. There are so many opportunities and choices available to students—over 100 majors, 400 professors, 200 activities, clubs and sports—just to name a few. However, we also offer smaller classes with individual attention and opportunities to work with professors on projects and research opportunities. You are definitely not a number at Edinboro University.

          Marisa Rodriguez
          Assistant Director Of Admissions/Diversity Recruiter
          Phone: (814) 732-1759
          Hometown: North Royalton, OH
          Education: Bachelor of Arts in Spanish, John Carroll University
          Hobbies: I enjoy walks at Presque Isle State Park, watching soccer, listening to music, spending time with my family, and traveling to new places.
          Why should I attend Edinboro?
          Edinboro University has the best of both worlds; a big school feel, with the personalized attention that a student needs. Students at Edinboro are able to take advantage of a wide variety of majors, clubs and organizations, sports, and so much more. Meanwhile, they are able to have small classroom sizes and build relationships with our top-notch faculty. Edinboro has such a wonderful community, and we hope that you become a part of it!

          International Admissions

          Jessica Albert
          Assistant Director of Transfer and International Evaluations
          Phone: (814) 732-1353
          Hometown: McKees Rocks, PA
          Education: Bachelor of Arts from Edinboro University; Master of Arts from Edinboro University
          Hobbies: Hiking, cooking and spending time with my family
          Why should I attend Edinboro?
          The international student population at Edinboro University comes from all over the world, bringing global diversity to our campus and community. We know that leaving home to study in the United States takes courage and has many challenges, but our qualified staff is ready to assist you as you adapt to our environment and culture, and to help you to make Edinboro a home away from home.

          Transfer Admissions

          Sheila McCarthy
          Coordinator of Articulation & Transfer Admission
          Phone: (814) 732-1756
          Hometown: West Seneca, New York
          Education: Bachelor of Special Education from SUNY Geneseo; Master of Arts from Buffalo State College
          Hobbies: Reading, tennis, cooking, spending time with my family
          Why should I attend Edinboro? 
          As a transfer student, there is no minimum or maximum number of credits needed to transfer. We are very generous with transfer credits and will work closely with you to make sure your transfer experience is a smooth one. I look forward to talking with you about the many excellent programs at Edinboro University!