First time freshmen, transfer students and students who wish to apply for associate or bachelor’s degree programs.
Students who wish to apply for master’s degree programs or advanced certifications.
Students who wish to apply for our online-only degree programs.
High school students and transfer students who want to enroll in day classes at the Buffalo campus.
Adult learners applying to our undergraduate or graduate degree programs at either our Buffalo or Rochester campuses.
Adult learners applying to our online undergraduate or graduate degree programs.
Medaille to Sponsor Upcoming Ballin for a Cause Basketball Tournamentnext
Medaille College is proud to sponsor Ballin for a Cause, a five-on-five charity basketball tournament scheduled for May 19 to 21 at Buffalo RiverWorks. Medaille is a diamond presenting sponsor. The partnership will include an exclusive “Big 4” initiative highlighting education, sports, community, and health and wellness. Also included is scholarship funding for students. In addition, Medaille will initiate a new seven-week program (the Gentleman’s Institute Program) that will teach life skills to students in ninth through twelfth grade. The teachings will concentrate on career development.
“Medaille is proud to partner with Ballin for a Cause and to be part of all the fine work they do in the community,” says Medaille’s Vice President for College Relations John Crawford. “It will be a great tournament, and we know that the Gentleman’s Institute will enhance the lives of all the participants and help prepare them for fulfilling, productive roles in our community.”
During a March 29 press conference announcing the annual tournament, Buffalo Mayor Byron Brown declared May 19 to 21 “Ballin for a Cause Weekend.”
Students from Medaille's student-run campus radio station, WMCB The Fuze, were recently interviewed on WBFO radio.
Enjoy highlights from Medaille’s Program of the Month focus on students, faculty and alumni from the College's English program.
English program alumna Sarah Kinne ’14 currently works as a teaching assistant at the Northeastern University School of Law, in addition to being a staff assistant specialist for the Office for Scholarly Communication at Harvard University Libraries.
Medaille senior Rodshaleek Pino discusses why she chose English as her major, and how it has prepared her for the future.
Medaille senior Arria Copeland discusses what she loves about the English program, and the Medaille experience.