18 Agassiz Circle
Buffalo, NY 14214
1880 S. Winton Rd.
Rochester, NY 14618
Coordinator of Alumni, Student and Parent Relations
The Parent Advisory Council (PAC) is designed to promote meaningful and active parent and guardian involvement in the College. Parents voluntarily work side by side with the college to help make the experiences of our students rewarding and to promote the Medaille College experience.
Sign up to learn more about this initiative by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
The goals of the Parent Advisory Council are:
All parents of Medaille students automatically become members of the Parent Advisory Council (PAC). We encourage you to get involved by volunteering your time! Additionally, the PAC has an executive board of no less than five parent and guardian members who have volunteered to serve in this leadership role.
We urge you to take an active role in your student's Medaille experience by encouraging and sharing participation in activities such as athletic, cultural and social events, guest speakers and more. Students, parents and families are important to Medaille College! Participating in your child's college experience will help build learning and social foundations that will benefit them throughout their lifetime.
The Communication Committee develops and improves ways the College communicates with parents. Projects could include such initiatives newsletters, websites, events, etc.
The Programming Committee assists in developing parent sponsored programming/services such as birthday-grams, exam care packages, speakers, etc.
The Ambassadorship Committee is asked to represent Medaille College in their own community. The college can ask committee members to be involved in a function in their community or at Medaille College events as a representative of the Parent Advisory Council.
Please contact Mary Johnson, Assistant to the Vice President, at (716) 880-2218 or email@example.com.
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