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Allwein Scholars Join LVC Class of 2025

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Lebanon Valley College welcomes incoming first-year students Alicia Chapmen, Donald “Trey” McAuliffe, and Sara Collevechio as the newest John Bowman Allwein Scholars.

The Allwein Scholarship, established in 2014 through a gift from Dr. John “Jack” Bowman Allwein ’56, provides full tuition to LVC, as well as three $2,500 stipends for such academic purposes as studying abroad, experiencing internships, or conducting research. 

Allwein Scholars are selected through a competitive process from among the brightest high school students who show interest in LVC. They are chosen for their academic accomplishments and leadership potential. 

This year’s Allwein Scholars are:

Alicia Chapman Alicia Chapman, a music education major from North Hunterdon High School in New Jersey.

Alicia showcased her musical talents as a performer with the North Hunterdon Theatre Organization, soprano section leader and choir vice president with the North Hunterdon Music Association, and member of her church choir. She served as vice president of the Thespian Honor Society, a student ambassador for school events, and member of the Latin Honors Society and Latin Club.

Alicia learned about LVC through her music teachers who graduated from LVC. She’s looking forward to a tight-knit campus community that not only challenges and educates her in the classroom, but strengthens her people skills and prepares her to be an educator. She looks forward to a career as a choir teacher.

Sara CollevecchioSara Collevechio, a biology major from Panther Valley High School in Pennsylvania.

Beyond her love for science, Sara enjoys the arts and served as the chief editor and designer of her school’s newspaper, Paw Prints. She was also secretary of her school’s chapter of the Future Business Leaders of America, a member of the National Honor Society, and Art Club. She volunteered and participated in altar service at her church.

Sara plans to attend medical school to become a neurosurgeon. 

Trey McAuliffe Donald “Trey” McAuliffe, an accounting/MBA (3+1) major from Trinity High School in Pennsylvania.

Service played a prominent role in Trey’s high school years as he volunteered as an altar server, member of the Patriots Club that focuses on service to retired veterans, and as a service and activity leader for his house small mentor group at Trinity. He completed 20 or more hours of service each of his four years, including service to The United Way and New Hope Missionaries. 

Trey is a member of the Saint John Neumann Chapter of the National Honor Society and Mu Alpha Theta national math honor society). He was chosen as an Extraordinary Minister of Holy Communion for school liturgies by Trinity’s Campus Ministry Department and a captain of his high school football team.

He aspires to work at one of the big four accounting firms.