Annual Tuition Raffle 

Congratulations to the winner of this year's Tuition Raffle!
Annual Tuition Raffle 

The University of Scranton Programming Board (USPB) held its annual Tuition Raffle throughout the Fall 2018 semester, with the final drawing occurring at USPB’s Christmas on the Commons event on Sunday, Dec. 2, 2018. 

The recipient this year is Enis Murtaj from Clarks Summit, PA and a graduate of Abington Heights High School. He is a member of the Class of 2020 and is an Accounting major in the Kania School of Management. On campus, he has been involved with Student Government, the Business Club and currently serves as President of the Commuter Student Association and as a School Board Member for the Abington Heights School District. 

This annual Tuition Raffle is an opportunity for students and families to win a reimbursement of tuition for a full time student up to the amount of $22,066.00, which is applied to the spring 2019 term. In order to participate, a student must be currently enrolled as a full-time undergraduate at The University of Scranton. 

The Tuition Raffle greatly helps in deferring the cost of programming events for the senior Class of 2019. Such events include the Senior Holiday Happy Hour and Senior Week activities. While the University provides a portion of funds for campus-wide programming, it does not fully cover senior class programming. Therefore, this raffle is the Senior Programming Committee’s main source of funding for the entire academic year and all senior events.


Mission Statement: 

The University of Scranton Programming Board (USPB) is a student run organization with the purpose of sponsoring social, cultural, educational, and recreational events at The University of Scranton. We strive to make all of our programs accessible and enjoyable for the campus community. The students involved in USPB will gain valuable leadership experience and learn more about programming and the implementation of both small and large-scale events. Each year, we plan nearly 60 events as “men & women for and with others” that are open to university students, faculty and staff, and most of which are free.

For more information, please visit The University of Scranton Programming Board at For more information, contact USPB at (570) 941-6233 or email

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