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A Day of Saint Rose Appreciation: Accepted Students Day and Honors Convocation

I got to experience two exciting events at The College of Saint Rose this past Saturday, March 23rd.  The first part of the day was Accepted Students Day (talked about from a tour guide perspective last year by another blogger), and the second part was Honors Convocation. Saturday Morning Accepted Students Day is a day for students who have been admitted to…

Hello Grad School Life, So We Meet Again!

Last week was very exciting week in every aspect of my academic and professional life (which are at this time intricately intertwined). Over winter break, I felt pretty anxious about this semester.  My schedule is heavier than it has been in a few semesters, and each activity making up my schedule is requiring me to push the boundaries of my…

Five Days of Graduate School Appreciation

Gratefulness has been on my mind since Thanksgiving break.  I realized there is at least one moment (if not several) every day I am thankful for, and how important it is to acknowledge those moments.  For one week I decided to reflect and record what I am feeling appreciative of each day. Monday::  Challenging Situations. Challenging situations in graduate school…

(Dis)ability Awareness

In two weeks’ time, my friend and I will be giving a presentation in our U.S. College Students class to educate our classmates (and future colleagues) on the needs of and methods for supporting our campus populations of students with disabilities.  We have spent the semester so far educating ourselves by doing research and interviewing students who identify as having…

“So, What Is College Student Services Administration?”

Often, when I tell people my Master’s degree will be in College Student Services Administration (CSSA), I am met with a blank expression.  I usually have to follow-up with an explanation about what I will be able to achieve professionally post-graduation.  Before I start regularly blogging about my experiences in the CSSA program, I wanted to give a brief explanation…