Student Voices

What would you do with an online Ivy League education at your fingertips? Graduates of the Bachelor of Applied Arts and Sciences degree and working adults who completed Penn LPS Online certificates and courses share their experiences of the virtual classroom―and their plans for putting their education to work.

Joslyn Banks
Bachelor of Applied Arts and Sciences, Individualized Studies, University of Pennsylvania '20

Joslyn Banks (BAAS '20) retired, moved to a new town, and graduated from Penn—in that order—and she’s already looking forward to her next challenge.

Susan Hassett
Master of Education, Holy Family University ‘03
Master of Science, Psychology, ‘99
Bachelor of Arts, Psychology, La Salle University ‘97

Susan Hassett has worked with data throughout her career in higher education—and loves it. Her courses in data analytics have given her new tools and the confidence to continue learning independently.

Mary Koenke
Bachelor of Applied Arts and Sciences, Physical and Life Sciences, University of Pennsylvania '20

Mary Koenke (BAAS '20) returned to Penn after more than a decade and synthesized many years of educational, professional, and personal growth on her journey to the degree.

Daniela Mandracchia
Bachelor of Applied Arts and Sciences, Individualized Studies, University of Pennsylvania '20

Bachelor of Applied Arts and Sciences, Individualized Studies, University of Pennsylvania '20

Robert Marshall
Penn LPS Online Certificate in Applied Positive Psychology ‘19
Bachelor of Arts in History and Pre-Law, Indiana University of Pennsylvania ‘07

For Robert Marshall, the APOP certificate opened the door to explore mindfulness and resilience strategies for himself and other military veterans.

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