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April 2019
A very special greeting to you all! This is my first letter to you after returning to Adelphi from maternity leave—my husband and I welcomed our beautiful baby girl, Gianna, in November.
Over the last several months, we’ve begun the process of learning to be parents, enjoying every minute of watching our daughter grow and thrive. While my days are filled with diapers, baby giggles, and snuggles, I can’t help but wonder what her future holds, where she will go and who she will grow to be.
College is a transformative experience with the power to open doors and uncover hidden paths for students. Our community here at Adelphi places great emphasis on our role in preparing students for their future and delivering added value to their investment in an education—making sure that our students are career-ready and equipped with the tools for success. Recognized as a 2018–2019 College of Distinction for our Office of Career and Professional Development, Adelphi provides students with a personalized education that fully prepares them to excel in their chosen fields.
From the view out my Adelphi office window, I’m often reminded of the endless possibilities for my daughter—her ability to become anything and anyone that she wishes to be. And while I’ll be wishing the time to slow down as she grows into a strong and intelligent woman, I’ll take great comfort in knowing that places like Adelphi University will be waiting, eager and ready to help her achieve her greatest potential.
All my best,
Kristen E. Capezza, M.B.A. ’12
Vice President, Enrollment Management
Career Development College Award
Badge for Colleges of Distinction in Career Development 2018-2019
Adelphi has been recognized as a 2018–2019 Career Development College by the Colleges of Distinctionorganization for the exceptional way in which our institution is equipping students with the skills necessary to succeed in their lifelong career journey.
Five Ways Adelphi Is Getting Students Career-Ready
Providing internships and field experiences
83% of seniors reported participating in an internship, field experience, student teaching or clinical placement.
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Developing leadership skills
Adelphi helps its students develop the leadership and professional skills needed for successful careers. Since we launched the Leadership Certificate Program in 2017, more than 1,000 students have taken advantage.
Prepping students for career success
Students are set to succeed with the comprehensivePREP (Preparation, Reflection, Experiential Learning and Planning) Program. More than 300 career-related PREP events, courses, programs and workshops were offered to undergraduates on campus this year.
Creating powerful connections between students and alumni
Through our Count on Adelphi for Career Help (COACH) program, Adelphi alumni act as resources and mentors, sharing industry and career information and providing encouragement to current students and fellow alumni as they enter their chosen fields.
Linking employers and students on campus
More than 900 companies, organizations, alumni, faculty, parents and partners engaged with our Center for Career and Professional Development last year. Our annual job and internship expo brings employers to campus so students can get on-the-spot interviews. See the top organizations that employ Adelphi grads.
Rap Legend Chuck D Returns to His Alma Mater
Chuck D ’84, ’13 (Hon.), the rap legend known before his chart-topping days as Carlton D. Ridenhour, returned to his alma mater, Adelphi University, on April 15 to discuss his experience as a B.F.A. student at Adelphi, his music career, his critically acclaimed books and his political activism. Chuck D sums it up best: “Everybody feels, everybody wants to express themselves. But you have to learn from somebody. I learned at Adelphi. I came into the school with talent, but I left knowing how to express myself—in art and music.”
Spotlight on Education: Become an Exceptional Educator
When teaching middle school students, track star Kip Jackson ’16, M.A. ’17, combines adolescent education teaching theory with practical skills he learned as an athlete.
Students in the Ruth S. Ammon School of Education’s Scholar Teacher Education Programcomplete a unique five-year, combined bachelor’s and master’s degree program preparing them to teach at the childhood or adolescent grade levels.
New Summer Program for Students
Free Summer College-Readiness Program for Hispanic High Schoolers
Adelphi’s Office of Diversity and Inclusion will host a summer college-readiness program free of charge for Hispanic high school students, scheduled for August 1 to August 4. Called theHispanic Community Partnership Program, the program will accept only 25 rising seniors in good academic standing—each of whom must be nominated by May 15, 2019.
Upcoming Events
Spring Open House
Sunday, April 28, 2019
11:00 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
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Art Portfolio Review Day
Special Event for High School Juniors
Sunday, April 28, 2019
11:00 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
Adelphi University, Garden City campus
Weekend Information Session
Saturday, May 11, 2019
9:00 a.m., 10:00 a.m., 11:00 a.m.,
12:00 noon
Nexus Building, lobby
Adelphi University, Garden City campus 
Get a glimpse of Adelphi from your seat. Check out our online Virtual Tour.
Meet Your Counselor
It’s never too early to get to know us. Connect with your regional representative today!
Adelphi University, New York, is dedicated to transforming students’ lives through small classes with world-class faculty, hands-on learning and innovative ways to support academic and career success. We offer students more than 60 undergraduate programs, more than 65 master’s degree and doctoral programs, and more than 35 certificate programs, with particular strength in our Core Four—Arts and Humanities, STEM and Social Sciences, the Business and Education Professions, and Health and Wellness. With record enrollments that have grown nearly 13 percent in three years, an increasingly diverse student body and faculty, and a personalized approach to learning, Adelphi serves more than 8,100 students from 41 states and 58 countries at our beautiful main campus in Garden City, New York—just 23 miles from New York City’s cultural and internship opportunities. 
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Office of University Admissions | Adelphi University | Tel: 516.877.3050 | Fax: 516.877.3039
Adelphi University | Garden City CampusOne South AvenueP.O. Box 701,
Garden City, NY 11530-0701

U CONN: Pre-College Summer

Don’t miss out on an opportunity to be a Husky for a summer! This year, Pre-College Summer will offer nearly 30 academic courses to select from. Which course will you be applying for?
We’re excited that you want to learn more about this program and we look forward to discussing it in detail. Please do not hesitate to call us with any questions or concerns at 860-486-0149.

2019 PCS Dates:

  • Week 1: July 7 – July 13
  • Week 2: July 14 – July 20
  • Week 3: July 21 – July 27
  • Week 4: July 28 – August 3  
Courses fill up quickly; it’s a great time to plan your summer.
We can’t wait to receive your application!
 
Apply Now

Sincerely,

Nella Quasnitschka

Director, Pre-College Summer

University of Connecticut      
Office Phone: 860-486-0149 
Email: pcs@uconn.edu

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Pre-College Summer |  University of Connecticut  |  368 Fairfield Way, Unit 4171   
Storrs, CT 06269  |  Phone: (860) 486-0149   |   Email: pcs@uconn.edu

2019 Talented & Gifted Summer Academy at Coe College (IA)

The deadline to apply for Coe College’s Talented & Gifted (TAG) Summer Academy is May 1, 2019.
Apply today! The TAG Summer Academy will give your students the unique opportunity to experience advanced college­-level courses taught by Coe professors. Top students from around the world are invited to partake in these week­long sessions which include workshops, classroom lectures and hands-­on laboratory research.
There are two sessions this summer. Students may apply to participate in both or just one:
  • Session 1 – June 23-28, 2019: Course options include Material Science Engineering and Astrophysics.
  • Session 2 – July 7-12, 2019: Course options include Personal Leadership and Newtonian Physics.
Please feel free to contact me at 319.399.8597 or uakgun@coe.edu.
Sincerely,

Professor Ugur Akgun
Assistant Professor of Physics
Talented and Gifted Summer Academy Director

Please Note: The program cost is $1,000 per session for students who plan to stay overnight on campus and $750 per week for commuter students who have made alternative housing arrangements.

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877.CALL.COE  |  319.399.8500  |  admission@coe.edu

Here’s What’s New at Lebanon Valley College (PA)

HERE’S WHAT’S NEW AT LVC

LVC Named Top Fulbright Producer

Seven LVC students have been named Fulbright semi-finalists this spring. LVC is one of the select U.S. colleges and universities that produced the most 2018–2019 Fulbright U.S. Students, as three Dutchmen received the prestigious grants.

LVC Partners with University of London

Through a new, accelerated three-year program, students may earn a bachelor of arts degree in politics from LVC and a University of London Certificate in Higher Education in the Common Law. LVC is the first U.S. college with this distinction.

Student Receives Job Offer Two Years Before Graduation

Olivia Ward ’19, M’20 accepted a job offer from Simon Lever two years before completing her master’s of business administration degree through LVC’s accelerated 3+1 accounting/MBA program.

New Career Counseling Programs Reach First-Year Students

More than 90-percent of first-year students met with a career coach, completed a personality assessment, and presented a résumé for review through programming from the new Edward and Lynn Breen Center for Graduate Success.
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Girls Who Code

LVC students Bethany Kristich ’21 and Kayla Shuman ’21 are shaping the lives of young coders at Palmyra Area Middle School.
Spend Time at LVC This Summer

Spring & Summer Admission Events

Students can select from a variety of visit opportunities, including open houses and personal tours, and specific events focused around their major.
Opportunities to Visit The Valley

Discover More LVC Campus News

Visit our website to keep up with the latest happenings about student internships, success stories of our graduates, significant events, and more.
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Case Western Reserve University: “Pi in the sky”

Case Western Reserve University

Engineering for the common good

Case Western Reserve University students are hungry to solve pressing problems. And our ecosystem of innovation aims to satisfy.

Today, a group of clever students launch an app that will change the shape of late-night cravings as we know them.

The app is called “π  in the Sky.”

Tired of waiting for pizza deliveries to their campus apartment, this trio—who study computer science, engineering and entrepreneurship—baked the perfect solution: an app that a) recognizes where you are on campus, b) asks what you want on your pie, c) sends a direct order to our pizza ATM, and d) delivers it to you in record time via the group’s drone, affectionately named Pi.

No more foolin’ around with those clunky restaurant apps or trendy ride-share delivery services. This puts all the control in your hands. Well, in Pi’s hands.

How clever are you?

Bob

Robert R. McCullough
Dean of Undergraduate Admission

U CONN Pre-College 2019 Summer Program

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As you continue planning your summer, take a look at what could be in store for you with Pre-College Summer! Our program is a great way to live and learn at a nationally ranked public university. Click the video link below!

 

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We hope to receive your application soon!

Nella Quasnitschka

Director, Pre-College Summer

University of Connecticut       
Phone: 860-486-0149  
Email: pcs@uconn.edu

pcs.uconn.edu

                        
Pre-College Summer |  University of Connecticut  |  368 Fairfield Way, Unit 4171   
Storrs, CT 06269  |  Phone: (860) 486-0149   |   Email: pcs@uconn.edu

Georgia Tech: Admissions Update

April 1, 2019
For Immediate Release

Georgia Tech is extremely excited to announce the placement of our newest team member.

This professional’s flexibility and accommodating nature are renown, but complicated Human Resource policies previously prevented official hire. This year we threw budget and the org chart out the window.

Due to unlimited capacity, we will not be assigning a particular geographic region, which means ALL prospective students and applicants’ benefit:

  • If you have a student this spring or summer who wants to simply show up to campus for an information session, tour, or visit program that has been full for weeks…
  • If a student comes to you panicking because they missed an application deadline or neglected to send test scores on time…
  • If a family is complaining because their financial aid package does not include a full ride scholarship…

They now have no reason for concern!

Now you can simply tell your students to invoke this name and they can avoid appeal processes, additional questions, and pesky documentation.

Presenting your students’ biggest advocate….

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Go Jackets!
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George P. Burdell
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Office of Undergraduate Admission • Georgia Institute of Technology • Atlanta, GA 30332-0320

What’s New at Southwestern University?

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PIRATE PRESS- WHAT’S NEW AT SOUTHWESTERN?


Southwestern Students are Achieving Amazing Things  

Alexis Dimanche ’20 is an international student who is finding his home on the tennis team, as a recipient of several King Creativity Grants, the treasurer of his fraternity and a member of Southwestern’s Student Foundation.


Laura Rativa ’20 has been recognized as a 2019 Newman Civic Fellow.

Southwestern University (SU) has given a small group of students control of a portion of the University’s endowment through the Financial Analyst Program. These undergraduates are tasked with managing approximately $600,000.

Even SU parents understand the importance of the experiential learning students are exposed to on a daily basis. Dr. Eyal Porat P’21 coordinated a summer internship program for SU students to study cardiovascular medicine at UTHealth.


Southwestern University Joins the Coalition for College

SU is proud to join partner institutions across the U.S., in being committed to making college a reality for all high school students, by joining the Coalition for College. The application will be an option along with three other applications for incoming students in the class of 2020 and beyond.


Establishing the Jack and Camille Garey School of Natural Sciences

Southwestern University has opened a new school, the Jack and Camille Garey School of Natural Sciences, to help continue to foster students interest and scholarship in the Natural Sciences. The Garey school will join the Brown College of Arts and Sciences and the Fayez Sarofim School of Fine Arts. The new school comprises the natural sciences and consists of five academic departments—Biology, Chemistry and Biochemistry, Kinesiology, Mathematics and Computer Science, and Physics. The new school was made possible by a gift from Life Trustee Jack Garey, the largest, single private gift in its 178-year history.


Civic Engagement at SU 
Southwestern University earned the designation of a “Voter-Friendly Campus” from the National Association of Student Personnel Administrators (NASPA)–Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education and Fair Election Center’s Campus Vote Project (CVP).

In conjunction with being a voter friend campus Southwestern encourages students to stay informed about political issues and so warmly welcomes renowned Democratic Strategist Donna Brazile and celebrated Conservative Advisor Mary Matalin as guest speakers at the Roy and Margaret Shilling Lecture on Friday, October 4, 2019.

2019 Shilling Lecture Speakers: Donna Brazile and Mary Matalin


Inaugural Southwestern Giving Day Exceeds Goal

March 5-6, 2019 almost 1,200 donors supported 120 different funds raising $462K in 24 hours on the Inaugural Southwestern Giving Day.


CAMPUS VISITS

Southwestern is excited to partner with you to get your students invested in their college search. One of the best ways to do that is to have them engage in an on-campus experience and see themselves at their school of choice–we’re always rooting for SU.

We are open and ready for you and your students to visit independently during the week. Extended visits (overnights, classroom visits, professor meetings) will be available through the middle of April and daily campus tours are available throughout the year. Schedule today! In addition, we will host large-scale visit programs this spring:

  • March 30th – Admitted Student Day
  • April 6th – Junior Visit Day
  • April 14th–15th – Admitted Student Overnight

Please feel free to share these visit opportunities with your campus community! If you find yourself in the Georgetown/Austin area please, let us know as we are always excited to welcome you to campus and show you what makes SU special. Even if you have a limited amount of time or it isn’t during our normally scheduled tours, please reach out and we’d be happy to have you!

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Chapman University: Admission Updates

Join us for Preview Day on Saturday, April 13!
Register for Preview Day
Tune In to our “Next Steps” Facebook Live: March 25 at 3:30 p.m.
Attend Next Steps Facebook Live
Visit Chapman During Your Spring Break!
A Closer Look: Chapman’s Alternative Spring Break
Alternate Break Program

Consider Adelphi University’s (NY) Summer Pre-College Programs

As the summer quickly approaches and you continue to consider unforgettable summer opportunities for students, I invite you to learn about Adelphi’s Pre-College one-week, noncredit and two-week, credit-bearing experiences!

This summer, students can experience our personalized approach to education through our Pre-College Program here at Adelphi University located just minutes from the excitement of New York City. We invite rising high school sophomores, juniors, and seniors to spend two weeks living and learning at our beautiful campus in Garden City, NY, exploring a challenging and exciting subject like:

  • Art and Technology
  • Business and Entrepreneurship
  • Digital Media Production
  • Exploring Musical Theater
  • Human Rights and Social Activism
  • Nursing
  • Psychology and Pop Culture
  • Studio Art (Portfolio Prep)
  • Teaching and Teacher Education
  • Video Game Programming
  • Leadership Institute (noncredit)
  • Sciences, Medicine and Health (noncredit)


Students in our program will engage in Adelphi’s hands-on, high impact learning under the guidance of our professors and industry experts, and participate in social programming, college readiness workshops, and excursions to nearby New York City. Students will leave Adelphi with three transferrable college credits and an unforgettable growing experience.

If you have any questions or if interested students would like to connect, please let me know! I can be reached via phone at 516.877.3106 or email at dveron@adelphi.edu.

We look forward to welcoming students this summer!

Best,

Dorey Veron
Director of High School and Pre-College Programs
Office of University Admissions
dveron@adelphi.edu / adelphi.edu
p 516.877.3106 / f 516.877.3039