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Apply Yourself – Apply to Saint Rose’s Graduate Program!

Well, it’s that time of year again! Time for seniors at colleges like The College of Saint Rose and beyond to sit down and start thinking about the future. Scary, right? If your immediate future is similar to mine, then you’re probably going to try to go to a Graduate School to receive a Masters Degree in something either in your…

Good to know: around the world in Lally room 032

This semester, The College of Saint Rose welcomes 15 teachers from Africa,  Asia  and South America to experience American life on campus and beyond. Ranging from 25 to 50 years old, the educators each teach secondary school English.  Not only do they speak, read and write the language as well as most Americans, but their commitment to their profession appears…

Undergrad vs. Grad School, What’s The Difference?

Graduate school is a whole new world compared to undergraduate.  While the purpose is the same- to help you advance your knowledge, skills, and preparation to hit the job market head on- that’s just about where the similarities end.  Please note these are based on my personal experience and remember many other perspectives exist! Learning New Information Undergrad:  Typically happens…

“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…