Family Day - Moravian College

Family Day - Moravian College

Where to Stay

Some of the hotels listed below will grant

discounts to families of Moravian College

students. We cannot guarantee rates or

room availability, but have provided a

variety of hotel names and phone numbers

here for your information.

Hotel Bethlehem*†

437 Main Street


610 625-5000

Best Western Lehigh

Valley Hotel†

Routes 512 and 22


610 866-5800; 888 222-8512

Bethlehem Comfort Suites†

120 West 3rd Street


610 882-9700

Bethlehem Inn†

476 North New Street


610 867-4985

Comfort Inn

Routes 22 and 191


610 865-6300

Courtyard by Marriott

2160 Motel Drive


610 317-6200; 888 236-2427

Fairfield Inn

2140 Motel Drive


610 867-8681; 800 228-2800

Four Points by Sheraton Hotel

and Suites

3400 Airport Road


610 266-1000


Hampton Inn†

Routes 512 and 22


610 868-2442; 888 222-8512

Hyatt Place

45 West North Street


610 625-0500


1800 Steelstone Road


610 266-9070

Morning Star Inn

75 East Market Street


610 867-2300

Residence Inn by Marriott

2180 Motel Drive


610 317-2662

Sayre Mansion Inn

250 Wyandotte Street


877 345-9019

Scottish Inn†

1701 Catasauqua Road


610 264-7531


Preferred hotel provider

Mention Moravian

for special rates

Family Day

at Moravian College

Saturday, September 22

Moravian College

Family Day 2012

Response Form

Please return this form or register online


by September 14, 2012.

Please print the names (first and last)

requested below.

Name of Moravian Student Year

____________________________ _________

Names of others participating in Family Day


__________________ __________________

__________________ __________________

__________________ __________________

__________________ __________________


There is no charge for students on a meal

plan, but tickets must be requested (below)

so that our count is accurate.

— Luncheon tickets at $10 per person

for individuals other than students on

meal plans $__________

— Luncheon tickets at no charge for

students on meal plans

— Luncheon tickets at $5 for children

10 and under $__________

Football Game

Students are admitted to the stadium upon

showing their ID cards. Others will receive

complimentary tickets at registration. Please

request the number you need below.

— Football tickets (excluding students)

Discover Bethlehem

Please indicate the number of people

attending each activity.

__ Tour of Historic Bethlehem

__ Tour of SteelStacks

__ Shopping in Downtown Bethlehem

Italian Buffet

— Dinner tickets at $14 for adults


— Dinner tickets at $6 for students

on meal plans $__________

— Dinner tickets at $6 for children

10 and under $__________

Total Amount Due $__________

— Check payable to Moravian College

is enclosed.

— Please bill this amount to my

(check one)

— Mastercard

— Visa


Card Number

___________________________ _____________

Expiration Date V Code


Name of Cardholder


Address of Cardholder


Signature of Cardholder

Your tickets may be picked up on Family Day

at registration at the HUB Kiosk.

Questions about Family Day should be directed

to the HUB director’s office at 610 861-1492.

All requests for refunds must be received

by the College before 4:00 pm on Friday,

September 14, 2012.

9:00 am to 10:45 am

Coffee and Conversation, HUB

We welcome you to campus as you register

for the day!

Meet your student’s professors up close and

personal in the HUB, where departments will

host families for coffee and conversation.

10:00 am to 10:45 am

Interest Sessions

Families and friends may choose one of the

following sessions to attend, and another

during the next time period (11:00 to 11:45

am). The final schedule and room listing will

be posted at registration.

• Victimization and Bullying Among

School-Aged Children

Coordinator: Michelle E. Schmidt, Ph.D.,

Associate Professor and Chair of

Psychology, Director of Academic

Leadership Programs

What is the nature of peer and friend

interactions at school? Why do kids bully

each other? Why do they let themselves

be bullied? These questions will be

explored along with suggestions on what

children, parents, and teachers can do

to deal with the problem. Data from a

public school district and an independent

school will be used to show what bullying

looks like in different school environments.

Media responses to bullying trends will also

be discussed. And, be forewarned, we will

dive into the topic but not have nearly

enough time to cover everything!

• Meaningful Participation in the World

Coordinators: Katie Dantsin, Director of

Center for Leadership and Service & Amy

Saul, Director of Career Development

Explore hands-on learning opportunities

offered to students through the Career

Center and Center for Leadership and

Service. Internships, volunteer service,

job shadowing, leadership programs,

and mentor programs prepare students

for meaningful participation in the world.

Presenters will discuss programs and

activities such as e-Portfolio, Backpack

to Briefcase, On Campus Recruiting,

Liaison Program, Career Connections,

LeaderShape, Community Fellows,

Emerging Leaders, The 1742 Experience,

United Student Government (USG), as well

as club and organizational leadership.

• The Study Abroad Experience

Coordinator: Kerry Sethi,

Director of International Studies

Moravian College students are strongly

encouraged to add a study-abroad

experience to their liberal arts education.

All majors can study abroad and earn

credit towards their Moravian degree

programs. Come and learn about

opportunities for your student to spend

a May term, summer, semester, or year in

programs available throughout the world.

Support your student by helping to plan

now for the academic and personal

experience of a lifetime.

11:00 am to 11:45 am

Interest Sessions Repeated

12:00 noon to 1:30 pm

Tailgate Picnic


It’s a great day to be a Hound—and a

hungry Hound as well. You won’t want

to miss our fun-filled tailgate picnic in the

middle of campus. Our marching band

and cheerleaders will entertain us as we

enjoy good food, fellowship and fun!

Reservations are required.

1:00 pm

Women’s Soccer

Moravian vs. Catholic University

HUB Quad

1:00 pm


Moravian vs. Dickinson College

Steel Field

2:00 pm

Discover Bethlehem

• Tour of Historic Bethlehem

• Tour of SteelStacks

• Shopping in Downtown Bethlehem

3:30 pm

Men’s Soccer

Moravian vs. Catholic University

HUB Quad

5:15 pm (or immediately

after football game)


Borhek Chapel, Comenius Hall

6:00 pm

Italian Buffet

Clewell Dining Hall, Hurd Campus

Plan to join us for a sumptuous buffet

cooked by our own chef and then

enjoy the faculty recital — a new

Family Day program.

Limited seating for the buffet.

Reservations are required.

7:30 pm

Faculty Gala Recital

Foy Concert Hall

Our Music Department is pleased

to present a showcase of music by

our talented faculty — vocal, jazz,

classical and much more!


Family Day at Moravian College

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