Bringing It Home – The Saint Rose Blog

Author: Caroline Murray

Tips for living with a college roommate

Sharing a dorm room with someone for the first time is much like a first date – it’s a little awkward, and you don’t always know what to expect. But unlike a first date, you’re going to live with this person for the foreseeable future – so you might want to prepare a little more than just finding a clean…

Daria Lee '19 with children.

Saint Rose Service Trip to Guatemala Serves Many Purposes

As the 2018 spring semester came to a close and students were busy making summer plans to visit beach towns and cookouts, one group of students at The College of Saint Rose was busy preparing for a service trip to Guatemala. Some of the students never before visited Central America, while others were returning to a place they grew to…

Caleb next to the target dog

Target Internship Opportunity offers Saint Rose Business Students Bright Future

Target is known for its good deals, smart ads, friendly employees, and dazzling retail stores. For one Saint Rose student, however, Target is more than an iconic megastore: It’s an incredible internship opportunity that allows him to apply what he’s learning in his management classes. Recently, Caleb Gregg ’19, a Management major, secured an exclusive internship opportunity at Target, where…

ETA Announcement

Are you eligible for the NYS Enhanced Tuition Award?

Good news – for the second year, The College of Saint Rose has opted in to New York State’s Enhanced Tuition Awards program, which provides up to $6,000 in tuition assistance annually to eligible in-state students who are selected for the award. For the 2017-2018 academic year, 217 Saint Rose students received $691,764 in ETA funding to date with Saint…

Book cover for "Shine While You Dine," a business etiquette book.

Tips on Business Etiquette for College Students (and Anyone)

When you hear the words “dining etiquette,” what images spring to mind? Talking with your mouth full? Drinking tea with a raised pinky? What about pulling out your cellphone in the middle of a business lunch? “Etiquette is simply appropriate behavior: appropriate specific to person, place, and purpose,” says Robert A. Shutt G’92, author of “Shine While You Dine” and…