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Graduate students study together

What to Expect When You’re Expecting Grad School, Part 2

We continue our discussion with two graduate students, who share their thoughts and advice for successfully navigating graduate school: Amy Carman G’19, who is earning her M.S. in Social Work, has nearly 20 years of experience in construction management, and has an adult daughter Catherine Rodriguez G’17, who majored in computer art as an undergrad, recently completed her M.S. in…

Safe zone sign on Saint Rose campus

3 Ways to Get Involved with the LGBTQ* Community at Saint Rose

At Saint Rose, we’re proud of our queer community. We march in parades, hold fundraisers, organize protests, and just get together and hang out. For Pride month, we’ve highlighted ways our LGBTQ+ students like to get involved on campus, and how you can, too. Here’s the deal: Sign up for the leadership program With our L.E.A.D. Program, we have an…

Ross Krawczyk standing on a staircase in the EAX

Featured Faculty: Ross Krawczyk, Assistant Professor of Psychology

Saint Rose professors teach their students without relying on teaching assistants. They lead small classes and make themselves available to support their students individually. But many of our faculty members across the disciplines also actively pursue their own scholarly work. Students benefit by attending professional conferences alongside their professor-mentors or by learning first-hand about verifiable methods. They sometimes assist with…

Frankie Houser, veteran

10 Ways Saint Rose is Friendly to Veterans

At Saint Rose, we’re honored to support the outstanding servicemen and women who are serving or who have served in the military. And because of that, we’ve put into place a number of programs to help you meet your educational and professional goals. Here are 10 benefits Saint Rose has to offer veterans (plus one more!). 1. We participate in…

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…