School of Adult & Graduate Education (SAGE)
Enjoy a free coffee and learn about the Medaille graduate education programs.
The second annual Homeland Security Lecture Series at the Amherst Campus.
Meet with our experienced Admissions Staff and Transfer Counselors at this personalized, one-stop shop for Fall acceptance.
Play for fun or play for prizes but definitely play! Join us for a full day including golf or join us for the dinner and auction.
Orientation at Medaille College assists new students and their families in their successful transition to our institution.
The Leadership Management Council Presents Leadership Development Series at the Amherst Campus.
The Leadership Management Council will host its Leadership Development Series with a presentation. Register here.
Families converge on Medaille for a weekend of fun and frolic.
Keith Klostermann, Ph.D., had an article published in the academic journal Social Work in Public Health.
Medaille College hosted the ninth annual Speak Your Mind & Shape Your World Journal unveiling celebration.
Dr. Alice Villaseñor will travel to England this summer to share her research on Jane Austen, the famous nineteenth-century novelist.
Homeland Security Lecture Series continues with its final presentation on Thursday, June 20 from 7-8:30 p.m. at the Amherst Campus.
Medaille College and Buffalo Public Schools are partnering to present the ninth annual Speak Your Mind arts and writing journal unveiling on June 5.
Project EQUIP Steering Group & Title III Co-Acticity Director announce Faculty Development Events for June & August 2013.
Videos from Friday's Medaille College Commencement ceremonies at Kleinhans Music Hall are available on YouTube.
Here is a photo gallery from the April 24 Founders' Day Celebration at the Hotel @ The Lafayette.
The Class of 2017's Summer Reading Program selection is Nicholas Carr’s, The Shallows: What the Internet is Doing to Our Brains.
Medaille students set a New York State record with 23 students stuffed in the bug on Wednesday, May 1.
Dr. Bowker’s new book, Rethinking Absurdity: Albert Camus, Postmodernity, and the Survival of Innocence, will be published this year by Routledge.
Here is the online version of the April 29 edition of the Perspective student newspaper.
Medaille alum Eileen Buckley of WBFO-FM receives Pinnacle Award at Buffalo Excellence in Media Awards.
Medaille College has announced its Dean's List for non-traditional fall 2012 term that ended in April at the Amherst and Rochester Campuses.
Here is the spring edition of the student magazine, INcite.
On Friday, April 5, Academic Affairs held the eighth annual Faculty Recognition Reception in the Commons Café on the Buffalo Campus.
Adjunct professor Judy Bradbury recently delivered the keynote address at the New York State Association for the Education of Young Children's conference.
The Medaille Perspective student newspaper was featured in the April 22 higher education column in Business First.
Here are photos from the April 18 Write Thing Reading Series presentation by author Rachel B. Glaser.
Medaille College hosted the Students Advancing Global Entrepreneurship competition with Riverside High School in the Sullivan Campus Center on Wednesday, April 17.
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