Bringing It Home – The Saint Rose Blog

Author: Brianna Snyder

Here’s How To Figure Out Which College Visit Is Right For You

Many colleges offer all kinds of options for visiting. There are campus tours, virtual tours, conference calls, information sessions, and more opportunities for getting to know a college better. So what’s the difference? What should you spend your time on and why? Here’s a very handy F.A.Q. to help you sort it out. First things first: Do I really have…

Internships Are Great, But Here are 3 Other Ways to Get Great Experience

Some of the best, most fun, most exciting and challenging experiences you’ll have as a college student are on-the-job training. Traditionally, internships are the main way you can experience the job you think you want, but there are actually a whole bunch of other options if you’re looking to try different career hats on. So, yeah, internships are great, but…

You’ve Made Your Deposit. Now What? 

***Warning! This post is for the smarties who already made their deposit.*** Hi there, you Golden Knight, you. Welcome! We’re so excited to have you here, officially, at Saint Rose. The big stuff is over: you found a school, you applied, you got in, you decided to go, and you made your deposit! So now what? We know your summer…

Students drawing at Empire State Plaza in the sculpture garden.

4 Reasons Everyone’s Going to ‘Pre-College’ This Summer

  In the olden days, they used to not let you go to college until you graduated high school. Whaaaat? That’s crazy. Now it’s 2018, which means you get to go to college way before your senior year. (Oh, but seniors are welcome, too!) Here are four reasons Saint Rose’s Pre-College Experience should be your #summergoals. You’re an artist, a…

8 Photos That Prove Albany Has the Best Spring

Weather in the Northeast is famously hard to predict. And in the middle of April, Mother Nature is seriously jerking us around. We suffer for weeks waiting to see the sun, then two days of rays are followed by rain all day, and night, and the next day. But it’s that weather weirdness that makes flowers grow. And we promise…