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PERCENTAGE OF W&J GRADUATES WHO COMPLETE THEIR EDUCATION IN 4 YEARS

94%

2013 GRADUATES EMPLOYED OR ENROLLED IN GRADUATE SCHOOL

300+

NUMBER OF ALUMNI IN MENTORING NETWORK READY TO ASSIST CURRENT STUDENTS

10:1

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Spotlight on Success

Haley Roberts

Haley Roberts

A Washington & Jefferson College honors student, Magellan scholar, athlete—and cancer survivor—sophomore Haley Roberts is on a mission to raise awareness of ovarian cancers and help others fight the same disease she overcame.

At 16 years old, Roberts was diagnosed with granulosa cell tumor (GCT), a rare form of ovarian cancer. Two years later, with the support of the Magellan Project, the biology major was afforded the opportunity to travel to New Zealand, where she studied with the world’s leading researchers of the disease at the Granulosa Cell Tumour Research Foundation and University of Auckland.