The Fall Semester Student Recognition/Club Day 2015 took place in the Student Center to honor the best students of last Spring. With Esperanza Cruz, Students Affairs Administrative Coordinator, serving as M.C., students were honored for their achievements last term. President & CEO Mary Beth Del Balzo named BBA student Kenique Jacobs and MAM student Brittanny Rosario, as Students of the Semester for the Spring term.
Online students have a lot to keep track of. These apps can help you balance school, work, and life.
Orientation is the best time to familiarize yourself with everything around the building, our faculty, staff, and the many valuable services available to you. CW welcomed our evening students during yesterday’s Adult College Fall I New Student Orientation. During the event students were greeted by our President and CEO, Mary Beth Del Balzo, “The things you learn become yours forever.
From mid-September to mid-October the U.S. National Hispanic Heritage Month celebrates the vibrant culture of Latin American countries. The Hispanic Heritage month is a time for celebrating the culture, art, and achievements of Hispanic people. Organized by the Office of Academics, CW joined the celebrations in the Student Center.
Dr. Judith Johnson, a member of New York State’s Board of Regents serving the 9th District of New York State, of which CW is a part, spent time with administrators, faculty, and, most importantly, students of The College of Westchester. Dr.
In today’s economy, students and their families are increasingly questioning the value of a 4-year degree from a private college when taking the financial burden into account. College is expensive, and students find themselves saddled with hefty loans and disappointing job prospects in a sluggish economy.
If you have been thinking about enhancing your skills in Accounting, Health Management or Computer Networking or are considering a new career, one of these conversations is for you!
What will be discussed:
*Large Versus Small CPA Firms
*Private Industry Accounting
*Government and Not-For-Profit Accounting
Health Information Management
The College of Westchester welcomes our Fall students.
According this this New York Times article (http://www.nytimes.com/2015/08/26/nyregion/online-summer-courses-attracting-college-bound-high-schoolers.html?_r=0 ) an increasing number of high school students are taking online college courses.
For me, the only day rivaling the excitement of Commencement is New Student Orientation. They are bookends indicating a new beginning and going forward into the relative unknown.
In the spirit of the beginning of the fall semester, let’s talk back-to-school snacks. Apples are a classic fall fruit. Here are just a few good reasons to enjoy “an apple a day”:
1. They’re seasonal and local: New York State is the second largest producer of apples in the US, producing over 29 million bushells of apples annually.