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Everything You Need to Know About Accepting Your Financial Aid Award Letter

The time has come for you to review and accept your financial aid award from Saint Rose. Congratulations! We value your investment in College and can’t wait for you to experience some of the most rewarding and exciting years of your life. To help walk you through the process of reviewing/accepting your financial aid, we talked with Janice Baumeister, associate…

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Use Virtual Tools to Make Real Connections

COVID-19 has given us a “new normal” – minus the restaurants, theaters, sports events, and gatherings so many of us had taken for granted. We’re practicing social distancing to limit the spread of the virus and keep ourselves as safe as possible. But it’s all too easy to feel isolated. More than ever, it’s important to find ways to stay…

Saint Rose Employees to Students: ‘I’m available if you need to talk.’

  Saint Rose staff and administrators continue devoting themselves to our students – only now from their kitchens and living rooms. They are offering services and support via email, phone, Zoom, and other real-time platforms. For details on how to contact various offices, check out the office’s page on www.strose.edu. Along with official business, our employees have delivered board games,…

John Avitabile, Saint Rose associate professor of computer science

Online Learning: Faculty Tips for Success

  Taking an online course may not be something you ever planned to do. However, online learning is becoming ever more present – and, with the recent outbreak of COVID-19, more and more schools across the country are putting their classes online. The College of Saint Rose is one of many schools taking this precaution to minimize risks to our…

Bright Lights, Big Honor

Saint Rose has replaced incandescent, high-pressure sodium, mercury vapor, and fluorescent tubes with LED lighting – more than 2,000 lights in parking lots, classrooms, residence halls, gathering spaces, and athletics facilities. Providing the same – or more – light, the new technology has reduced energy usage 222,607 kilowatt hours in a year. That’s equivalent to planting 206 acres of forest…