John Chopka

John Chopka

John Chopka is Vice President for Enrollment Management at Messiah College in Grantham, Pennsylvania. Before coming to Messiah in October of 2007, he served Malone College for 10 years as Vice President for Enrollment Management and Marketing. John has a B.A. in Communication Arts from Malone and an M.A. in Higher Education Administration from the University of Akron. He is currently enrolled in a Ph.D. program in Educational Leadership at Alvernia University in Reading, Pennsylvania.

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What Are Common Application Mistakes Students Should Avoid?

Students often worry about a mistake on their college application affecting their admission. Here are common things to look out for that our experts suggest. read more

How Are Admission Decisions Made?

At most colleges, admission decisions are made holistically. But what does that mean? Learn from our experts.read more

What Should I Do During My Campus Visits?

Seeing a campus is a big part of the college search, but what you do while you're there is equally important. Here are 10 things to put on your to-do list! read more

Are all students required to attend chapel services at Christian schools?

Compulsory chapel is typically a requirement at a Christian College, but that is not the case at all institutions. Some institutions offer a voluntary chapel experience, while others provide a variety of experiences from which students gain "chapel credits." read more

How Should I Start My College Search?

The college search process isn't the same for every student, but these college experts have some advice for how you can get started finding great schools.read more

Why Choose a Christian College?

To learn, to grow, to explore, to change the worldread more

How does campus life differ on a Christian college campus from a secular campus?

While most colleges offer students a chance to explore issues of faith, a Christian college incorporates that process into their curriculum and sees that it is an obvious part of life on campus.read more