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Dr. Neupauer, president, talks with the crowd before cutting the ribbon to dedicate BC3 @ Lawrence Crossing at the Open House on August 5.

Dr. Nick Neupauer, president, cuts the ribbon in the Lobby of BC3 @ Lawrence Crossing as Diane DeCarbo, director of Lawrence Crossing, Leo Golba, builder, and Bill O’Brien, vice-president of continuing education and off-campus locations for BC3 look on.

Dr. Neupauer and Dr. Pearl Bartelt, provost and vice president of academic affairs at Edinboro University, signed an articulation agreement for Edinboro’s Elementary Education program and exchanged sweatshirts.

Dr. Neupauer proudly displays a sweatshirt from Jeremy Brown Edinboro’s president who was unable to attend the articulation signing on August 5.

Sister Candace Introcaso, President of La Roche College, spoke favorably about the partnership agreement for Psychology between BC3 and La Roche. BC3’s Susan Changnon, director of communications and marketing, Francie Spigelmyer, interim vice president for academic affairs, Bill Miller, dean of humanities and social sciences and Bill O’Brien, vice president of continuing education and off-campus locations and President Neupauer listen to her remarks.

Dr. Neupauer and Sister Candace Introcaso from La Roche College sign the articulation agreement which allows BC3 students to go on for a bachelor’s degree in Psychology from La Roche College at Lawrence Crossing.

Dr. Neupauer and Sister Introcaso exchange sweatshirts from their respective colleges.

Dr. Neupauer and Dr. Karen McIntyre, acting provost for Point Park University, exchange sweatshirts after signing an articulation agreement between BC3 and Point Park’s Criminal Justice program. Point Park’s director of the criminal justice program, Greg Rogers, looks on.

President Neupauer and vice president for institutional advancement Bill Speidel talk to Kathy Riley Furst, whose family owned Riley’s Fun Spot , which was the previous business located at the site where Lawrence Crossing now stands. Dr. Neupauer used to play golf there with his family when he was a boy. Ms. Riley Furst said her parents, now deceased, would be proud to have BC3 located on the property.

Dr. Neupauer talks to a guest at the Open House reception.

Dr. Neupauer talks to BC3 student singer/songwriter Dan Widenhofer.

Dr. Neupauer autographs Frisbees and talks to Katie Badura-Duke and Ed Montgomery.

President Neupauer shakes hands with student at the Party.

President Neupauer talks to students and staff members at the Party.

Megan Duncan, Education Reporter from the Butler Eagle interviews the President.

Chris Calhoun, Bill Speidel and a friend share some laughs with Nick.

Dr. Neupauer autographed commemorative Frisbees at the Party.

Dr. Neupauer autographed commemorative Frisbees at the Party.

BC3 student band About A Mile played their music at the Party. Shown here with the President they are: Levi Smith, Luke Klutinoty, Dr. Neupauer, Adam Klutinoty and Levi Klutinoty.

President Neupauer announced the bands between sets.

The Rail Side Strays rocked Founders Hall and a crowd of 400 students, faculty and staff in the afternoon.

President Neupauer worked the room and talked to students and staff while the student bands performed on stage.

President Neupauer chats with Dr. Sunday Faseyitan, Dean of Science and Technology.

Some of the children from the Children’s Creative Learning Center sat down with the President to watch the bands. Marissa Loutitt spotted the camera.

Students Matt Buss and Mike Bellis pose with the President after their set.

Dr. Neupauer talks to student Amber Hedglin.

Guests gathered at a tent on the BC3 Main campus grounds near the Forum on April 10 to break ground for the New Student Success Center.

Susan Changnon, Director of Communications and Marketing who hosted the event, shown here at the podium with President Neupauer and Dr, John Kearney, Vice President of Student Services, seated on the platform.

The entire Platform Party included: Susan Changnon, Dr. Nick Neupauer, Dr. John Kearney, BC3 student Ashley Ritson, Trustee Grace Hawkins, Foundation Board Chair Sue Bennitt, State Representative Brian Ellis, County Commissioner Dale Pinkerton, County Commissioner Jim Lokhaiser and Butler Township Commissioner Joe Hasychak.

Grace Hawkins spoke on behalf of the College’s Board of Trustees about the importance of being student-centered and putting the students first.

Dale Pinkerton, Chair of the Butler County Board of Commissioners, commended BC3 for its new building designed to be more convenient for BC3 students.

Dr. Neupauer and State Representative Brian Ellis chat after the groundbreaking

Dr. Neupauer talks to Jake Friel, BC3 Controller.

Dr. and Mrs. Tammy Neupauer greet guests following the groundbreaking.

Dr. Nick and Tammy Neupauer.

Chair of the Trustees, Ray Steffler displays the Presidential Medallion during the Ceremony of Investiture with Dr. Neupauer, as Donald Humphreys looks on.

Ceremony of Investiture with Ray Steffler and Dr. Neupauer as Delegates and Platform Party members look on from the stage.

Dr. Nicholas Neupauer delivers his Inaugural Address.

Dr. Nicholas Neupauer delivers his Inaugural Address.

Former President Fred Bartok congratulates Dr. Neupauer after the ceremony.

Dr. Neupauer greets guests in the receiving line.

Faculty members Carol Cunningham followed by Walter Fitzpatrick congratulate the President.

BC3 Vice President William O’Brien congratulates Dr. Neupauer.

Professor and Faculty Marshall, David Huseman congratulates Dr. Neupauer.

Mary Hulton Phillips, donor and friend of the College congratulated the President with a kiss.

Dr, Neupauer poses with former student Maggie McClaine, who was one of three of his former student speakers at the Inauguration.

Dr. Joseph Forrester, President of the Community College of Beaver County and Dr. Neupauer.

Ray Steffler, Chair of the BC3 Board of Trustees and Dr. Neupauer.

Dr. and Mrs. Tammy Neupauer.

President Neupauer shares at laugh with guests at the Inaugural Reception.

Dr. Neupauer visits the Children’s Creative Learning Center for the Inauguration.

The CCLC children sang several songs for the President.

The CCLC children sang several songs for the President.

Dr. Neupauer talks to the children.

Dr. Neupauer shows the President Neupauer cookie that the children gave to him.

The children gave the President a card of congratulations for the Inauguration.

The children talk to the President about the drawings in his card.

Dr. Neupauer reads the card drawn by the CCLC children.

Dr. Neupauer opens a gift from the kids.

The kids tell Dr. Neupauer that the gift is a picture of him!

President Neupauer displays the photo decorated by the kids of the CCLC.

Dr. Neupauer and Susan Changnon, Director of Communications and Marketing. Susan was recognized for 10 years of service to BC3.

Pattie Bajuszik, Director of Admissions, was recognized for 10 years of service to BC3.

Dr. Neupauer is with Rosemary Keasey, Dean of the Business Division. Rosemary was recognized for 10 years of service to BC3.

Juli Louttit, Director of Financial Aid, was recognized for 10 years of service.

Cyndi McCabe was recognized for 10 years of service as Director of Adult and Continuing Education.

Diane Ratti, was recognized for 10 years of service as part of the Nursing faculty.

Stella Smith was recognized for 20 years of service to BC3.

Dr. Neupauer recognized Natalie Kitzko for 40 years of service. Natalie was in the first graduating class at BC3 in 1968.

Kevin Ruediger, Instructor in the Science and Technology Division, was awarded Tenure.

Tammy Boice, Assistant Professor in the Business Division, was awarded Tenure.

Jennifer Sarabok, Academic Counselor and Advisor, received Tenure.

Karen Reithmiller, Associate Professor in the Science and Technology Division, was promoted to Professor.

Judy Wadding, who teaches Early Childhood Education, was promoted from Associate Professor to Professor.

Joy Walsh, who teaches Developmental English courses, was promoted from Instructor to Assistant Professor.

Francie Spigelmyer, who teaches Education courses, was promoted from Instructor to Assistant Professor.

Jean Peters, Public Safety Secretary, was awarded an OSCAR for outstanding service to the College.

Mike Huff received an OSCAR award as an outstanding Maintenance employee. Charmaine Wulff received an OSCAR award for outstanding service to BC3. She has worked at the College for 29 years.

Charmaine Wulff received an OSCAR award for outstanding service to BC3. She has worked at the College for 29 years.

Jim Hrabosky was awarded an OSCAR for outstanding service to the College as an Administrator of the Perkins Grant and more recently as the new Vice President of Administration and Finance.

Carol Cunningham received the OSCAR for outstanding part-time faculty member. Carol teaches English courses in the Humanities and Social Sciences Division.

Mike Aikens received an OSCAR for outstanding full-time faculty member. Mike is a Professor who teaches Computer-Aided Drafting and Design (CADD) and directs the Annual High School Drafting Contest.

Mike Robinson, Assistant Professor, was awarded an OSCAR as an outstanding Service. Mike teaches Manufacturing courses in the Natural Science and Technology Division.

Bill O’Brien talks to a Larry Petro at the OSCAR reception.

President Neupauer talks to Kevin and Jennifer Ruediger, Jim Hrabosky and Bill Miller.

Sandy Woods and a friend visit before the dinner and awards.

Natalie Kitzko and her son A.J. pose together at the reception before the awards. Natalie, who works in the Office of Records and Registration, was honored for 40 years of outstanding service to the College.

Francie Spigelmyer talks to the President’s wife, Tammy Neupauer.

John and Nancy Atwell talk to Jane Dollhopf at the reception.

Jennifer and Kevin Ruediger talk to a guest before the Awards dinner.

President Neupauer talks to the Registrar, Ruth Scott.

Shirley Rodgers visits with Mike Aikens at the reception.

BC3 President Nick Neaupauer and Clarion University President Joseph Grunenwald sign the agreement.

From left: William Bailey - Dean of Enrollment Management, Clarion University President Joseph Grunenwald; BC3 President Nicholas Neupauer; Francie Spigelmyer, Vice President of Academic Affairs BC3; Dr. Art Acton, Assistant Vice President of Academic Affairs, Clarion University

From left: Dr. John Groves, Dean of the Clarion University College of Education and Human Services; Dr. Rachelle Prioleau, Dean of the Clarion University College of Artts, and Sciences; Dr. Valentine James, Clarion University Provost and Academic Vice President; Clarion University President Joseph Grunenwald; BC3 President Nicholas Neupauer; Francie Spigelmyer, Vice President of Academic Affairs BC3; Bill Miller, Dean of Humanities and Social Science BC3; Dr. Art Acton, Assistant Vice President of Academic Affairs, Clarion University; and Dr. James Pesek, Dean of Clarion Universisty’s College of Business Administration.

Bill and Patty Weisberger - Bill was honored for 40 years of teaching History at BC3.

Rich Laughner - Honored for 30 years employment at BC3 and is currently a transfer counselor.

Carole Goldinger, Retiree - was honored for eleven years of service as a secretary at BC3.

Carole and John Griffiths - John is an English Professor who is retiring after 39 years of teaching at BC3.

John Griffiths

Walter J. Fitzpatrick - Geography Professor is retiring after 42 years of teaching at BC3.

Walter and Nancy Fitzpatrick

Dr. Nick Neupauer, President

Bill and Chris O’Brien - Bill is Vice President of Continuing Education

James Hrabosky, Vice President of Administration and Finance and Brian Opitz, Director of Operations.

Faculty and Staff members honored for 10, 20, 25 and 30 years to the College:(Back Row , Left to Right) Greg Mason, Rich Laughner, Cheryl Cavaliero, Cheryl Macon, Bonnie Miller, Chris Calhoun and Dr. John Kearney. (Front Row , Left to Right) Lois Trimbur, Shirley McCauley, Jean Shumway, Diane DeCarbo and Lois Robertson.

Diane and Rick DeCarbo - Diane is the Director of BC3 @ Lawrence Crossing and was honored for 20 years of service.

Secretarial/Clerical - Dina Fricke with Dr. Neupauer

Secretarial/Clerical - JoAnn Starr with Dr. Neupauer

Administration - Diane DeCarbo with Dr. Neupauer

Professional/Technical - Natalie Price with Dr. Neupauer

David Anderson English Professor with Dr. Neupauer

Amy DeVore Instructor of Business with Dr. Neupauer

Larry Petro Part-time Faculty with Dr. Neupauer

Dr. Nicholas Neupauer, BC3 President; Tom McNickle, Lawrence County artist and David Ludwick, artist and BC3 fine arts faculty member at the art show. Tom McNickle was recognized for outstanding service to the community by BC3.

Artists with BC3's President: Micheal Ward, Tom McNickle, Dr. Nicholas Neupauer, David Ludwick and Doreen Currie at the art opening and sale on August 5, 2009 at Lawrence Crossing. Each artist contributed five paintings for the sale. Proceeds benefit the BC3 Education Foundation.

David Ludwick and BC3 art student Bill Cooper

President Neupauer speaks at the Opening Dedication of the new Student Success Center on 9/9/09.

Dr. Neupauer talks to Dave Malarkey during a live remote of the “ It’s Your Turn With Dave Malarkey ” radio broadcast from the BC3 campus on 9/9/09 following the dedication of the new Student Success Center.

Dr. Neupauer talks to Dave Malarkey during a live remote of the “ It’s Your Turn With Dave Malarkey ” radio broadcast from the BC3 campus on 9/9/09 following the dedication of the new Student Success Center.

President Neupauer speaks to a group of 100 at the Opening on 9/9/09.

Chair of the Butler County Commissioners Dale Pinkerton spoke on behalf of the County and said the new Student Success Center was “Fantastic.”

County Commissioner James Lokhaiser remembered Margo Pitts, La Monte Crape, Rae McGrath and playing golf on the old Oak Hills Golf Course which is now BC3.

Jenette Armentrout, Student Ambassador and President of Phi Theta Kappa spoke about the value of the new student clubs area in the Student Success Center.

Jeremiah Ion, Graphic Design/Layout Editor for The Cube, the BC3 student newspaper, talked about how the new Student Success Center design blends the old and the new, stone and metal, and that The Cube has a great new office.

Nicole Walker spoke on behalf of the Executive Council for Students (student government) and said thanks for the new club office and work space created for student government in the new building.

Cutting the ribbon on the New Student Success Center included ( L to R): Jenette Armentrout, Ray Steffler, Jim Green, Dr. Nick Neupauer, Dale Pinkerton, Jim Lokhaiser, Jim Kennedy, Nicole Walker, Jeremiah Ion and Dr. John Kearney.

After the ribbon cutting, Dr. Neupauer and Commissioner Pinkerton share a laugh.

Following the ribbon cutting ceremony, President Neupauer and Commissioner Pinkerton shake hands.

1) (L to R) Tammy Neupauer, Dr. Nick Neupauer, Laura Carlantonio and Courtney Cassat at the March of Dimes kickoff breakfast at BC3 on February 25. Dr. and Mrs. Nick Neupauer are co-chairs for the annual March for Babies fundraising event that will take place at BC3 on May 1 at 10:00 a.m.

2) (L to R) Dr. Nick Neupauer, President of BC3 and co-chair for the March of Dimes annual Walk for Babies ; Courtney Cassat, Community director for the March of Dimes; Laura Carlantonio, parent and community volunteer, and Mrs. Tammy Neupauer, co-chair of the March for Babies Walk at BC3 on May 1.

Left to right: President Neupauer, Representative Ellis (also a BC3 Board of Trustee member), BC3 Students Tiffany Day, Jason Robinson, and Larry Sniezek, enjoy a tour of the State Capital.

President Neupauer and students from BC3 @ LindenPointe met with Senator Bob Robbins to discuss the importance of community colleges on September 13 at LindenPointe in Hermitage, PA. Row 2, L to R: Amy Kirsch, Alecia Norfleet, Dennis Shaffer, Lindsay Kaluzne and Larry Snodgrass. Row 1, L to R: Senator Bob Robbins, Dr. Nick Neupauer and Yusra Alhadi.

BC3 @ LindenPointe students and Senator Bob Robbins talked about the importance of community colleges at LindenPointe on September 13. Row 1, L to R: Amy Kirsch, Alecia Norfleet, Senator Bob Robbins and Yusra Alhadi. Row 2, L to R: Dennis Shaffer, Lindsay Kaluzne and Larry Snodgrass.

Senator Bob Robbins discusses community colleges with Dr. Nick Neupauer, President of Butler County Community College, and students from BC3 @ LindenPointe at a visit to the campus in Hermitage, PA, on September 13, 2010. L to R: Senator Robbins, Dr. Neupauer, Amy Kirsch, Alecia Norfleet and Yusra Alhadi.

From left to right: Jay Kifo, Candee Lockwood, Kara Young, President Neupauer, Susan Leasher, and Jennifer Carango.

Jay Kifo, Candee Lockwood, Kara Young, President Neupauer, Susan Leasher, and Jennifer Carango.

BC3 President Nick Neupauer and students from BC3 @ Lawrence Crossing met with State Representative Chris Sainato to discuss the importance of community colleges on September 10 at the college campus located in Union Township, Lawrence County. Row 2, L to R: Annette Crowe, Representative Chris Sainato and his assistant Annie Radice, Dr. Neupauer and Mike Jenkins. Row 1, L to R: Stephanie Nash, John Tucker and Courtney Butchelli.

Front Row L to R: Antarina Amir, Nicholas Neupauer
Back Row L to R: William O'Brien, Dr. Frances Spigelmyer, Ubolhas Pruditkul, David Ho

Front Row L to R: C.J. Tan, Nicholas Neupauer
Back Row L to R: William O'Brien, Marty Dorsch, David Ho, Lisa Ho

Guests from American Scholars pose with the President during their visit to BC3 on September 28.
(Front Row, L to R) Goldie Huang, Program Manager, North American Culture and Education Center - China and Dr. Nick Neupauer, President of BC3.
(Back Row, L to R) William O'Brien, Vice President of Continuing Education and Off-Campus Sites and David Ho, President of American Scholars.

Congressman Mike Kelly and President Nicholas Neupauer

Congressman Mike Kelly, President Nicholas Neupauer, and James Hrabosky

Congressman Mike Kelly with Assistant Marci Mustello, President Nicholas Neupauer, and James Hrabosky

Back Row L to R: Bill O'Brien, Francie Spigelmyer, James Hrabosky
Front Row L TO R: Board of Trustees Chairman Ray Steffler, Congressman Mike Kelly, President Nicholas Neupauer

Ray Steffler tells Congressman Mike Kelly about our guitar program at BC3

Ray Steffler and Bill O'Brien explain how guitar-making teaches STEM technology

BC3 students meet with Senate President Pro Tempore Joe Scarnati with President Neupauer at Lobby Day at the Pennsylvania State Capitol in Harrisburg

(L to R) Dr. Nicholas Neupauer, BC3 President; Sherri Osborne, Assistant Director of Student Activities; Katy Albert, BC3 student; Joe Scarnati, Senate President Pro Tempore; Chelsea Pfeifer, BC3 student; John Spigelmyer, BC3 student; Corey Miller, BC3 Student; and Zachary Cavaliero, BC3 Student

Mike and Christy Huff

Jean Peters and Family

Karen Grossman (honoree) and Stella Smith

Brian Opitz and Susan Changnon

Brian and Kayce Opitz

Gordon Marburger (honoree, member of the Butler County Board of Trustees), Diane Marburger, and Reid Marburger

Katie Scherder and Family

Michelle Jamieson and Lucille Shapiro (Foundation Board of Directors and Alumni Council)

Mary Ellen Smith

Larry Slagle (retiree from Public Safety department) and Norma Jean Slagle

Dr. Charlene Wright (honoree), Lou Yossa, and Brad & Cheryl Cavaliero

Amy O'Leary, Natalie Kitzko, Ruth Scott (honoree), and Barb Kroh

Nick & Tammy Neupauer and Eric Pedersen

Maggie Stock (retiree) and Larry Stock

Martin and Mary Ann Miller

Carole Goldinger (retiree) and Susan Changnon

Mike and Bea Aikens

Cathy and Denny Hemphill

Mike and Pam Robinson

Bill and Chris O'Brien

Jane and Jim Dollhopf

Cindy Lewis and Daughter

Ten Years of Service - Kevin Fish, Sara Artzberger, Cathy Hemphill, Jane Dollhopf, Mike Robinson, Cindy Lewis, Gordon Marburger, and Larry Stock

Twenty Years of Service - Karen Grossman, Jean Peters, and Jean Purvis (Foundation Board of Directors)

Jerry Lukavich (thirty-five years) and Mike Huff (ten years)

Twenty-five Years of Service - Katie Scherder, Mike Aikens, Amy Byler, Charlene Wright

Bill O'Brien and Martin Miller (thirty years)

Forty Years of Service - Ruth Scott

Jean Purvis and Amy Byler (members of the Foundation Board of Directors)

Kim Fish, Kevin Fish, and Stella Smith

President Nick Neupauer, Brian Opitz, and Chris & Bill O'Brien

Maggie Stock and Mary Ellen Smith (retirees)

Ruth Scott and Family

BC3 employee, Becky Smith, was the winner of our First Chili Cook-Off, with proceeds benefiting the American Heart Association.

National Council for Marketing and Public Relations Medallion Awards

Dr. Nick Neupauer with BC3's All PA Academic Team Awardees: Brittany Foertsch (L) and Megan Scott (R) after the PA Commission For Community Colleges' Annual Meeting at the Harrisburg Hilton on April 8, 2013. Both students were awarded a full tuition scholarship to attend one of the 14 state universities of their choice. They both plan to attend Slippery Rock University in the fall.

President Nick Neupauer and BC3 students met with legislators this morning at the PA Commission for Community Colleges Annual Lobby Day at the PA State Capitol in Harrisburg.

Photo (L to R): Josiah Kenyon, Taylor Eshenbaugh, Shelby Hall, Dr. Neupauer, Savannah McCance, Amy Euler, Cory Terwilliger and Sherri Osborne, Assistant Director of Student Activities.

Dr. Nick Neupauer, BC3 President, and wife Tammy Neupauer display the Butler County Chamber Business Champion Awards presented to Butler County Community College at the Annual Chamber's Celebrate Business Dinner on September 11, 2013 at Slippery Rock University.

Ribbon cutting ceremony to officially open the BC3 Butler Armco Employee's Credit Union

Ruth Orlowsky, Butler Armco Employee's Credit Union Board member, presents Dr. Nick Neupauer with a check for $2500 from the Butler Armco Employee's Credit Union to help fund BC3's new Financial Literacy Initiative.

Dr. Nick Neupauer pictured with a check for $2500 from the Butler Armco Employee's Credit Union to help fund BC3's new Financial Literacy Initiative.

Pictured L to R: Rose Dickey, Lori Henderson, Branch Supervisor, Katie Stivason and Jenna Hoehn

Pictured L to R: Ralph Boosel, Butler Armco Employee's Credit Union Board President, Randy Cypher, President of the Butler Armco Employee's Credit Union, and Dr. Nick Neupauer, BC3 President.

Pictured L to R: Rose Dickey, Lori Henderson, Branch Supervisor, Jenna Hoehn and Katie Stivason

Ray Steffler, Chair of the BC3 Board of Trustees & Adam Smith, President of the Student Veterans Association.

Ray Steffler, Chair of the BC3 Board of Trustees & Adam Smith, President of the Student Veterans Association.

(L to R): Kyle Bodkin, SVA Officer; Jason Brannon, SVA Officer; Stella Smith, Student Veterans Services Coordinator; Adam Smith, SVA President; and Ian Schuelke, SVA Officer.

Stella Smith, Student Veterans Services Coordinator, holding her honorary plaque.

Thomas McGinnis presents the SPC Ross A. McGinnis "Pay A Good Deed Forward" Scholarship to BC3 student Jordan Bitzer, U.S. Army Veteran.

Thomas McGinnis presents the SPC Ross A. McGinnis "Pay A Good Deed Forward" Scholarship to BC3 student Jordan Bitzer, U.S. Army Veteran.

Michelle Jamieson, Associate Director of the Foundation with Jordan Bitzer, U.S. Army Veteran and Thomas McGinnis, father of SPC Ross A. McGinnis who presented the "Pay A Good Deed Forward" Scholarship in his son's name.

BC3 student Jordan Bitzer, U.S. Army Veteran and recipient of the SPC Ross A. McGinnis "Pay A Good Deed Forward" Scholarship.

BC3 students, faculty and staff were invited to write the names of family & friends who served in the U.S. Armed Forces on a memorial banner. The banner was on display at the Veterans Day Celebration in honor of the men and women who have served our country.

(L to R): Adam Smith, SVA President; Ian Schuelke, SVA Officer, Commander Richard Riley, American Legion Post 778; Jason Brannon, SVA Officer; Nick Neupauer, BC3 President; Case Willoughby, Vice President for Student Services; and Kyle Bodkin, SVA Officer.

Commander Richard Riley, American Legion Post 778 presents a check for the Veterans Helping Veterans Fund to Ray Steffler, Chair of the BC3 Board of Trustees.

Commander Richard Riley, American Legion Post 778 presents a check for the Veterans Helping Veterans Fund to Ray Steffler, Chair of the BC3 Board of Trustees.

Dr. Nick Neupauer, Chair of the Board of the Pennsylvania Commission for Community Colleges, spoke on behalf of the Pennsylvania Community Colleges in the Capital Main Rotunda at 11:00 a.m. on April 1, 2014.

At the Capital steps on Lobby Day there were several hundred community colleges, students, community college presidents, trustees and legislators showing their support.

Dr. Neupauer spoke at Lobby Day in support of 12 million dollars of increased funding for PA’s community colleges.

BC3 student Tyler Friel spoke about his experiences at BC3 and the value of his BC3 education to him and his family.

Senator Andrew Dinniman from Chester County spoke at Lobby Day and stressed the importance of working together to fund all education in Pennsylvania.

Dr. Neupauer looks on as Senator Dinniman discusses the importance of a college education.

BC3 administrators and several students visited with State Representative Brian Ellis on Lobby Day. Left to right, Row 1: Sherri Rigby, Paige Neupauer, Brooke Opitz, and Olivia Terwilliger. Left to right, Row 2: Josh Novak, Jake Friel, Tyler Friel, Brian Opitz, Hunter Green and President Nick Neupauer.

BC3 students who participated in Lobby Day, Left to right: Paige Neupauer, Brooke Opitz, Olivia Terwilliger, Tyler Friel and Hunter Green.

Dr. Nick Neupauer and his daughter, Paige.

Dr. Nick Neupauer, boardmember of Community Development Corporation, speaks to the group at the March 28, 2014 annual meeting held at the Regional Learning Alliance in Cranberry, PA
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Left to right, Judy Zuzack and Ann McCandless

Third from left, Ruth Scott and family

Ruth Scott

Judy Zuzack

Sharla Anke and husband John

Joe Bajuzik, Carole Goldinger, Jean Peters and Pattie Bajuszik

Sharon and Boyd Brewer

Bill Weisberger and wife Patty

Bill Weisberger

Holly Armstrong (right) and friend Beth

John Kearney and wife Karen

Jerry Lukavich

Charmaine Wulff

Left to right, Glenn Miller, Rich Laughner and Chris Calhoun

Left to right, Ruth Scott and Kathy Ditch

Diane DeCarbo and husband Ricky

Darlene Nanni, husband Michael and son Joseph

Donna Smith and husband Vern

Left to right, Nick Neupauer, Dottie Los, Amanda Fleming and Nicole Barnes

Left to right, Nick Neupauer and Barry Pallone

Left to right, Dottie Los, Brian Opitz, Amanda Fleming, Nicole Barnes and Jim Hrabosky

Michelle Jamieson and family. Left to right, son Martin, husband Ben, Michelle, and daughter Erica

Left to right, Bill Weisberger, Rich Laughner and Chris Calhoun

Left to right, Donna Smith, Pattie Bajuszik, Judy Zuzack, Kathy Ditch, Melissa Hensel and Jerry Binus

Left to right, Judy Zuzack and Kathy Ditch

Left to right, Ruth Purcell, Lucille Shapiro and Michelle Jamieson

Left to right, Sharla Anke, Michelle Jamieson and Darlene Nanni

Left to right, Diane DeCarbo and Ruth Scott

Left to right, Robert H. Heaton, Robert L Hunter, Nancy Hunter Mycka, Ruth Purcell

Dr. Nick Neupauer and Robert H. Heaton

Seated front row, Ray D. Steffler

Robert H. Heaton and Dr. Nick Neupauer

Ann McCandless and Robert H. Heaton

Lucy Shapiro and Robert H. Heaton

Robert H. Heaton and daughter Leane Heaton

Robert H. Heaton and daughter Leane Heaton

Michelle Jamieson and Robert H. Heaton

Ruth Purcell and Robert H. Heaton

Left to right, Dr. Nicholas Neupauer, Ruth Purcell, Robert H. Heaton and Michelle Jamieson

Left to right, Brian Opis, Steve Joseph, Robert H. Heaton and Ruth Purcell

Dr. Nicholas Neupauer and seated left to right, Robert H. Heaton, Robert L Hunter, Nancy Hunter Mycka, Ruth Purcell

Robert H. Heaton

Quality Life Services is a healthcare organization that started Don't Stop Dreamin', an organization that fulfills dreams of long-term care residents. On October 17, 2014, President Neupauer awarded Wilma Selemon, a resident of The Golden Hill Nursing & Rehab in New Castle, with an honorary degree from BC3, fulfilling her dream of receiving a college degree.

Quality Life Services is a healthcare organization that started Don't Stop Dreamin', an organization that fulfills dreams of long-term care residents. On October 17, 2014, President Neupauer awarded Wilma Selemon, a resident of The Golden Hill Nursing & Rehab in New Castle, with an honorary degree from BC3, fulfilling her dream of receiving a college degree.

Quality Life Services is a healthcare organization that started Don't Stop Dreamin', an organization that fulfills dreams of long-term care residents. On October 17, 2014, President Neupauer awarded Wilma Selemon, a resident of The Golden Hill Nursing & Rehab in New Castle, with an honorary degree from BC3, fulfilling her dream of receiving a college degree.

Quality Life Services is a healthcare organization that started Don't Stop Dreamin', an organization that fulfills dreams of long-term care residents. On October 17, 2014, President Neupauer awarded Wilma Selemon, a resident of The Golden Hill Nursing & Rehab in New Castle, with an honorary degree from BC3, fulfilling her dream of receiving a college degree.

Quality Life Services is a healthcare organization that started Don't Stop Dreamin', an organization that fulfills dreams of long-term care residents. On October 17, 2014, President Neupauer awarded Wilma Selemon, a resident of The Golden Hill Nursing & Rehab in New Castle, with an honorary degree from BC3, fulfilling her dream of receiving a college degree.

Quality Life Services is a healthcare organization that started Don't Stop Dreamin', an organization that fulfills dreams of long-term care residents. On October 17, 2014, President Neupauer awarded Wilma Selemon, a resident of The Golden Hill Nursing & Rehab in New Castle, with an honorary degree from BC3, fulfilling her dream of receiving a college degree.

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