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One of the special things about being an undergraduate student at Saint Rose is the opportunity to do undergraduate research. So let’s celebrate it! The 12th annual Undergraduate Research Symposium will take place via Zoom on Tuesday, April 13, from 5 to 6 p.m. The symposium features approximately 25 posters that highlight undergraduate research at the College, presented by our student authors. At the end of the presentation, students receiving the Sister Katherine McPeak Research Scholarship will be announced. Email if you’d like to attend, and you will receive the Zoom link. Take a look at all the amazing projects in advance on the library’s website.

Vaccination clinic information: Please keep an eye on your email this week for information on a potential COVID-19 vaccination clinic.

Please take The Healthy Minds Study: We know you take a lot of surveys, but it’s because we want to be able to serve you better. The Healthy Minds Study (HMS) is a national online survey assessing student mental health and service utilization on college campuses. The confidential information provided from this study reflects students’ day-to-day experiences on campus and provides insight into both your struggles and successes. This knowledge will be used to inform policy, practice, programs, and services on campus, thus bettering student life. All students will be receiving emails with information on how to participate in this study, including access to the link for the survey! The survey will be available to students from today, April 12, through May 7.

But wait! There’s an incentive: Participating in this study will make you eligible for one of four $10 Starbucks gift cards donated by Sodexo. After completing the survey, students also will be entered into a national sweepstakes for one of 10 $100 prizes and one of two $500 prizes.

And speaking of surveys, hey seniors! Seniors should check their Saint Rose email on Thursday, April 15, for a senior survey link. We want to hear about your Saint Rose experience, and you will be entered into raffles to win over $600 worth of prizes and Saint Rose swag.

Online course registration is open! Students are allowed to add/drop classes on their own for each term up until the specific add/drop deadlines for each term. Please see the Academic Calendar on our website for those dates. While you’re planning, don’t forget to think about Summer Session!

Too early to think about finals? Not really. It might be a little early, but planning and preparation lead to success. Take a look at the Spring 2021 Final Exam Schedule posted on our website so you understand what’s coming up when.

Thinking about graduate school? Find out more by attending the many information events being held by Graduate Admissions. They include the Graduate Open House on April 15; The Insider’s Guide to Applying to Graduate School on April 21; The Flex MBA Experience on April 22; or the MBA Open House on May 1.

Student Association elections for the 2021-2022 executive board have begun! If you are interested in running, please contact Student Association at (Subject Line: Elections) for more information. Candidates will be campaigning starting Thursday, April 8 to Sunday, April 18 – so don’t be surprised if you see social media posts and flyers asking for your VOTE for SA! All candidates will talk about their platform and answer questions from you during Open Forums the week of April 12. The first forum is on Wednesday, April 14, at 6 p.m. during SA’s general meeting via Zoom (see details in the calendar below). Join in to hear from the candidates! Voting begins from Monday, April 19, to Wednesday, April 21. All students will receive an email from SA with more details. Show your support and make sure to vote this April. Want to get involved? Want to run? Know someone who should represent the student body? Then contact SA for more information. Best of luck to all our candidates!

Student Association is bringing you a new spin on Rose Rock. Rose Rock is our annual spring weekend concert. Due to new COVID-19 event guidelines, we are able to bring you a week-long series of events from different student clubs and committees! Get ready for performances, music, drag show, bingo, game night, raffles, prizes, food, carnival, and a celebrity music headliner! Rose Rock week will run from Monday, April 19, to Saturday, April 24. Make sure to follow SA’s Rose Rock IG for all the updates @saintrose_roserock

Class of 2021: Don’t forget to sign up for commencement! We’re excited to celebrate the Class of 2021 and the Class of 2020 in three commencement ceremonies at the Times Union Center in May. The ceremonies will take place Friday, May 7, and Saturday, May 8. See the commencement section of the website for all the details. But keep this in mind: You must RSVP to attend the commencement ceremony and that deadline is coming up April 16. After you submit your degree application and are approved, you are able to access the RSVP link. Need a cap and gown even if you’re not planning to attend commencement? You can download that form online and then drop it off or send it to the book store.

Honors Convocation:This year we will celebrate Honors Convocation, which recognizes students who have demonstrated distinguished academic achievement, through live virtual ceremonies for each of our four schools. Please mark your calendars for these dates with more details to follow from Academic Affairs.
Huether School of Business: Friday, April 23, at 5:30 p.m.
School of Mathematics and Sciences: Friday, April 23, at 7 p.m.
School of Arts and Humanities: Friday, April 30, at 5:30 p.m.
Thelma P. Lally School of Education: Friday, April 30, at 7 p.m.

Check out the upcoming Vickery Lecture: Dr. Naomi Zack, a professor of philosophy at Lehman College, CUNY and author of the newly released “The American Tragedy of COVID-19: Social and Political Crises of 2020,” will discuss marginalization and inequity during the COVID-19 pandemic as she delivers the Vickery Lecture in Ethics and Leadership online on April 23 at 3:30 p.m. The lecture, titled “Inequality and Marginalization During COVID-19: Race, Ethnicity, Gender, and Age” is hosted by The College of Saint Rose and will be delivered via Zoom. The 90-minute event, which will include Q&A with the audience, is free and open to the public. Register online to receive the Zoom link for the lecture.

“COVID-19 has been a tragedy in the United States, in the ordinary meaning of a bad, sad, and unwanted sequences of events,” Zack writes in “The American Tragedy of COVID-19: Social and Political Crises of 2020″ (Rowman & Littlefield, March 2021). “COVID-19 in the United States is also a classic tragedy according to Aristotle’s definition, whereby protagonists are responsible for the bad, sad, and unwanted events that befall them. The strongest lesson learned from COVID-19 is that this pandemic has revealed where we, collectively, were already vulnerable and short of virtue. Preexisting physical debilities are newly revealed, social inequities freshly matter, and good and bad character and values are on full display. Injustice becomes evident to many more besides its victims.”



While we’re talking about graduating … Senior portrait sessions will be available with iSmile Studios on campus from April 21-24 with no booking fee. See this flier for more details.

Ask a Golden Knight Guide: The Golden Knight Guide program is a mentorship program to support first-year students. During “Ask a Golden Knight Guide,” students can jump on a Zoom session from 2 to 3 p.m. on Tuesdays, and the Zoom will be staffed by Student Development mentors who can offer guidance, help students explore College resources, and offer a chance for students to meet other students with the same questions.

Volunteer opportunity: Do you have a few hours to volunteer between now and August? Dr. Julienne Cuccio Slichko, assistant professor of literacy and special education, is looking for volunteers to help promote, organize, and work on The RIDE 4 Autism. Proceeds of this event are going to the Friday Knights program at Saint Rose for kids on the autism spectrum. The motorcycle ride/BBQ fundraiser takes place on Saturday, August 21. You don’t have to ride a motorcycle to participate, and you do not have to attend the event to volunteer. To volunteer, you can sign up online. Email Dr. Slichko at if you have questions. Why help? Last year, the ride raised $4,000 for Friday Knights.

Remembering those we’ve lost: The Office of Spiritual Life recognizes that many people in our community may have lost loved ones this year. A Wall of Remembering has been created in the Interfaith Sanctuary, and students are invited to add the names of those they’ve lost to the wall as a way to honor them.



Course listings are out! Here’s your reminder that course listings are now available on the website. One thing to keep in mind: The goal for Fall 2021 is to have as much in-person instruction as possible, with the exception of courses/programs that were originally designed to be delivered online. Some courses have been listed as hybrid to make sure there is an in-person component given current social-distancing requirements and therefore room-capacity limits. New CDC guidance for P-12 schools suggests 3 feet of social distance is adequate to guard against the spread of COVID. If those same guidelines are recommended for higher education, it would allow more in-person opportunities for those courses currently listed as hybrid. We will keep you posted on how this evolves.

Find a buddy for when you study: Speaking of how incredible the Navigate app is, you can use it to find a study buddy for your courses. The process is simple:
• Go to Study Buddies in the Navigate menu.
• Select the classes where you want to connect with a Study Buddy.
• If another student in the class has indicated they want a Study Buddy, too, their name will appear. If no one shows up, keep checking back.
• You can email whoever has said they’re looking for a Buddy right from the app and arrange a time to meet (either masked and socially distanced in person or online).
• Follow these tips for Study Buddy success: Choose the right platform for your needs (Zoom, etc.), set an agenda, rotate and share responsibilities, and set regular meetings throughout the semester.

Study stops: If you’re commuting to campus and need a place to take a class or study between on-campus classes, we’ve once again designated rooms throughout campus as Study Stops. Just be sure to follow social distancing measures and use headphones if you’re taking a class.



Check out their work! The Esther Massry Gallery will present the Class of 2021 Art & Design Senior Exhibition on Friday, April 9 through Saturday, May 1. The exhibition features work by 18 students in the NASAD-accredited studio art, graphic design, and design media arts programs.

The artists, who worked especially hard through the pandemic, are Yousef Abdelmagid, Griffin Bengraff, Taylor Bock, Isabella Burnett, Jude Daigneault, Evan Delgado, Allyson DeRusso, Victoria Dillman, Hannah Jackson, Matthew Law, Tien Le, Demi McNulty, Goodness Okoro, Sarah Sampson, Kaylee Sterns, Meghan Tomisman, Rosina Torres, and Christian Wechgelaer.



New support groups: The Counseling and Psychological Services Center is pleased to announce the availability of group counseling this semester. Our center is offering four pandemic support groups and a BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, and people of color) support group via Zoom.

  • Pandemic: Mondays (2 p.m.), Tuesdays (4:30 p.m.), Wednesdays (11 a.m.), Fridays (2 p.m.)
  • BIPOC: Thursdays at 5 p.m.

If you are interested in joining one of the groups or just have questions, please call our center at 518.454.5200 or email us at

Help with substance abuse: The Counseling and Psychological Services Center says that with the pandemic, substance abuse is on the rise. Are you struggling but not sure if you’ve crossed the line when it comes to using substances like drugs or alcohol? Check out this guide from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. This flier from the Counseling and Psychological Services Center also explains signs of substance abuse and how to reach out to them help.

Things that make you go yum


Sushi! Camelot Room has fresh-made sushi in the grab-and-go coolers!

Did you say Asian Fusion and Taco Tuesdays?!? The D-hall is hosting Asian Fusion favorites at Sauce & Savor for lunch and dinner on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays. Tuesdays have also been declared Taco Salad Tuesdays, and you’ll find taco salads at Knights’ Grill and a specialty salad bar at Craft & Greens (guacamole!).

Meal exchanges for Camelot Room and Brubacher Café: Don’t forget that every student on a residential meal plan has up to three meal exchanges per week they can use in either Camelot Room or Brubacher Café by selecting combos off the meal exchange menu. Check out the meal exchange menu for Camelot Room here, and the menu for Brubacher Hall here.

Want to speak to a dietician? You have one at your disposal through Hospitality Services. Email Donna Duffy at with your questions.

Do you have concerns or feedback about the food or dining experience? Contact General Manager Lori Holmes at


Main Dining Room
Monday through Friday: 7 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Saturday and Sunday: 10:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m.

Monday through Thursday: 7 a.m. to 11 p.m.
Friday: 7 a.m. to 7:30 p.m.
Saturday and Sunday: 7 p.m. to 11 p.m.

Starbucks Café
Monday through Thursday: 7 a.m. to 9:30 p.m.
Friday: 7:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m.
Saturday and Sunday: 8 a.m. to noon

Lally Café (Retail)
Closed for Spring Semester

Brubacher Café
Monday through Thursday:
7:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m.
11 a.m. to 6:30 p.m.
7 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.
7:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m.
11 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.

Student life and things to do



Please note that all listed times are Eastern Standard Time (EST).


Commuter Council General Meeting
8 p.m., Zoom Meeting ID: 940 541 8062 Passcode: Commuter

Join Saint Rose’s official group for all commuters! Join each week to hear about upcoming programs, ways to get involved and stay involved as a commuter, and meet potential carpool buddies (wearing masks, of course). Tell a commuter student you know to join the weekly meetings. Follow Commuter Council on Instagram @strosecommutercouncil

Student Association: Rose Rock Committee
Every Monday, 1 p.m., via Zoom (Meeting ID: 806 0320 7530)

Student Association is here to support all students! Have your voice be heard by joining one of the many SA committees. Rose Rock committee works to bring high-level entertainment and large-scale events to campus – from battle of the bands to blood drives to, you guessed it, Rose Rock. Rose Rock is our annual big Spring Weekend concert featuring Saint Rose performers, two big headliners, inflatables on the Quad, and much more. With COVID-19, we are still committed to bring campus a fun experience just in a new way. Have ideas on keeping our tradition going? Want to get involved with selecting the performers? Then stop by Rose Rock’s weekly meetings to get involved and have your say in the biggest events on campus. The committee will talk about ways to have performances. Join the conversation via Zoom. If you have questions, please reach out to SA as (subject line: Rose Rock Committee).

Art Break at the Interfaith Sanctuary
Every Monday, 2 to 3 p.m., downstairs in the Interfaith Sanctuary, sign up required in advance

Want a creative time-out? Each Monday at the Interfaith Sanctuary you can get away for a moment and create art. Don’t forget to sign up in advance.

Student Association: Community Service Committee
Every Monday, 1:30 p.m., via Zoom (Meeting ID: Contact SA for meeting information at email below)

Student Association is here to support all students! Have your voice be heard by joining one of the many SA committees. The community Service committee works on connecting our Golden Knights to the surrounding community through service events. Have concerns? Want to make an impact on campus and beyond? Then stop by the Community Service’s weekly meetings to get involved and make a difference. The committee will talk about ways to serve on and off campus and be a positive force in the area. Join the conversation via Zoom. If you have questions, please reach out to SA as (subject line: Community Service Committee).


Crate of Apes Improv Comedy Club Weekly Meetings
Each Tuesday, 5 p.m., via Zoom (Meeting ID: 987 4524 0864, Passcode: 841393)

Like to laugh? Want to build your comedy and improv skills? Think you can be the next Jimmy Fallon? Then Join Crates of Apes Comedy club, improv club, for their weekly meetings via Zoom. Contact Crate of Apes improv comedy club for information on how to join the club and for updates on upcoming improv shows. Contact Crate of Apes to be added to their email for updates on future shows and meetings. Contact President Brandon Mason at or follow Crate of Apes Comedy Club on Instagram @crateofapes

Peace Action Group Presents: Anti-Nuclear Activism Webinar
7 to 8 p.m., Zoom Meeting ID: 869 9877 1444 Passcode: 781081

Saint Rose Peace Action Group is holding a webinar to learn about anti-nuclear activism and what you can do on campus. Hear from speakers Yasmeen Silva of Beyond the Bomb and Michaela Czerkies of the Peace Council for this informative webinar. Want to learn more about Peace Action Group and other events? Follow them on IG @strosepeaceaction

NSSLHA (National Student Speech Language Hearing Association) Weekly Meeting
7:30 p.m. Contact President Shannon Linquist or follow them on Instagram @strosensslha

Join National Student Speech Language Hearing Association (NSSLHA) as they discuss upcoming events. Participate in events and upcoming workshops. NSSLHA is open to all majors and students and especially for CSD majors. for more information and for how to join their Zoom meeting.

CEC (Council for Exceptional Children) Weekly Meeting
8 p.m., Zoom via Meeting ID: 976 2350 8519, Passcode: 043011

Join CEC as they discuss upcoming events. Participate in weekly professional development workshops. CEC is open to all majors and students and especially for education and special education majors to join. Contact President Anthony Terribile at or follow them on Instagram @cecsaintrose for more information.


SAAC and Office of Community Service Present: Adirondack Mountain Club Info Session
Noon, in the Interfaith Sanctuary or via Zoom; spots are limited in person in the Sanctuary, so sign up!

Join Student Athlete Advisory Council and the Office of Community Service as they talk about the Adirondack Mountain Club.

Late Knight Programming Weekly Meetings
Each Wednesday, 4 p.m., via Zoom (Meeting ID: 920 6620 7632, Passcode: 671368)

Late Knight programming committee is back this semester with new events! Want to be a part of the planning team? Then make sure to join us for fun and creative weekly meetings via Zoom. Virtual and in-person event ideas will be discussed. You get to be part of bingo, trivia, carnival and casino nights, and more. Want to join but cannot attend each week? No worries! Contact Late Knight co-advisors Theresa Belfance and Cherèva McClellan at to be added to the contact list. Make sure you like and follow or reach out to Late Knight on Facebook @lateknightevents and on Instagram @lateknightstrose

Student Association Weekly Meetings
Each Wednesday, 6 p.m., via Zoom using this link

All students and members of the campus community are invited to join weekly Student Association meetings for College information, club and organization updates, and the place to voice your opinion to student body government representatives. Each week will feature a different Special Order – offices, staff, students, and community partners – specially invited to talk with you about issues that impact your experience. Join us each week this semester via Zoom. This week’s Special Order is all about you – the students! Come with your questions, ideas, concerns, and what you want to see from your campus. Have a say! Join SA! For more information, reach out to SA at or follow on Facebook @College of Saint Rose Student Association and on Instagram @saintrose_sa


Late Knight Presents: Spring Decorating Competition
1 to 3 p.m., Campus Quad (Rain Location: Main Lounge)

Try your hand at recreating some Spring Baking Designs! First 25 attendees will receive a decorating kit, featuring one cookie and one cupcake, frosting, candy, and lots more delicious decorating items to create your own Spring designs or recreate our featured designs. Present your creations to our surprise guest judges and compete for fan favorite from the campus to receive prizes! Love cookies but not sure about decorating? No worries! Stop by for free cookies and cheer on our Golden Knights as they put their decorating skill to the test. Sign-up to participate in the decorating at Find out more information from LK at or on IG @lateknightstrose

Student Events Board Weekly Meetings
Each Thursday, 5:15 p.m. via Zoom (Meeting ID: 929 9342 4488, Passcode: 132178)

SEB, your programming board, has a full schedule of events for this spring semester. Want to know about the events and prizes before anyone else? Then join SEB! Attend weekly meetings, join one of the five committees, and get to know new friends. All students are welcome and encouraged to join to voice your ideas on upcoming programs. Contact SEB at or like, follow, and reach out @stroseSEB on Instagram or @The College of Saint Rose Events Board on Facebook.

Student Events Board Presents: Matthew Schuler from “The Voice”
7:30 p.m., in person at Saint Joseph Hall Auditorium (must preregister: or via Zoom (Meeting ID: 943 7997 5581 Passcode: 333333)

Matthew Schuler was a semi-finalist on “The Voice” and holds the record for the fastest four-chair turn around in the show’s history! Attend in person for the viewing party or watch on Zoom for this wonderful night of music. Free snacks for those who attend in person. Chance to win a raffle prize for all attendees – either in person or on Zoom. Don’t miss this performance! Contact SEB at or on IG @stroseseb for more information.


Crate of Apes Improv Comedy Club Weekly Meetings
Each Friday, 5 p.m., via Zoom (Meeting ID: 923 9804 7947 Passcode: 611542)

Like to laugh? Want to build your comedy and improv skills? Think you can be the next Jimmy Fallon? Then Join Crates of Apes Comedy club, improv club, for their weekly meetings via Zoom. Contact Crate of Apes improv comedy club for information on how to join the club and for updates on upcoming improv shows. Contact Crate of Apes to be added to their email for updates on future shows and meetings. Contact President Brandon Mason at or follow Crate of Apes Comedy Club on Instagram @crateofapes

Student Events Board Presents: Fairy Garden Spring Semi-Formal
Two sessions that require pre-registration – attend just one!
6 to 7 p.m. (Sign up at:
8 to 9 p.m. (Sign up at:
Held in Saint Joseph Hall Auditorium

Come out for a night of live music from student artists, free food, and a photo booth! Get dressed up, listen to live music, take some great pictures, and make some memories at SEB’s Spring Semi-Formal. Free event! There will be two sessions and pre-registration is required, so make sure you get your spot now. Both sessions will feature student performers, food, and photo booth. For more information, contact SEB at or on IG @stroseseb

Performance of “How to Live on Earth” written by MJ Kaufman, directed by Vicki L. Hoskins and presented by the Saint Rose English Department
Streaming from Friday, April 16, at 8 p.m. to Sunday, April 18, at 11:55 p.m.
Tickets are $5, head to the website for more information

Watch an amazing performance of “How to Live on Earth,” streaming online. Visit the link above or follow the English Department on IG @saint_rose_english for additional info.


Best Buddies Presents: Virtual Visit with Emery-K (Therapy Puppy in Training)
1 p.m., complete this Google form to get the Zoom information
Join Best Buddies chapter with a virtual meet and greet with Emery-K, a fabulous therapy dog in-training! He is working on some fun tricks that he wants to show off, even on Zoom. Event open to all students. All you have to do is complete the Google form at the link above to register and receive the Zoom meeting information.


Sign up for StRose Got Talent sponsored by Student Events Board! Open to all musicians, singers, dancers, rappers, comedians, magicians, spoken word artists, actors, one of a kinds acts, and more! It’s your turn to rise and shine and participate in SEB’s StRose Got Talent on Tuesday, April 20. Sign up for the live performance or to enter a video submission. You have until Friday, April 16 by 11:59pm (EST) to sign up at: If you have any questions, contact SEB at or on IG @stroseseb

Student Art League (SAL) and American Institute of Graphic Arts (AIGA) are selling t-shirts in commemoration of the Art Department. To honor and celebrate the education and community of the Center for Art and Design, SAL and AIGA will be screen printing t-shirts! The design is based on an illustration created by Hannah Jackson ’21. Shirts are only $10, and you can pick it up or have it mailed to you (for additional cost). Complete your order form and get your shirt today! Submit your order by Friday, April 16 at 11:59 p.m. (EST). Questions? Contact Ally DeRusso at or follow SAL on IG for the order form and to see the shirt design @studentartleague.

Golden Knights Dance Team is doing an awesome giveaway to promote their upcoming virtual showcase! Like and tag three people to enter at a chance to win t-shirts and other prizes. You must follow GK’s IG to participate. The giveaway ends on Sunday, April 25 – so starting liking and tagging GK on IG @gkdanceteam

Esports club and team tournaments and games for anyone to join
The gaming arena is located in MidKnight Eats, connected to Centennial Hall

Monday’s game: Smash Ultimate at 8 p.m.
Wednesday’s game: Overwatch 8 p.m.
Saturday’s game: League of Legends 2 and 3 p.m.
Games with teams: Ultimate Valorant Street Fighter V
You can also play Call of Duty, FIFA, and more! You can request time to play in the arena.
Arena hours are Monday through Sunday 9 a.m. to 11 p.m.

College Mass: College Mass is held every Sunday at 6:30 p.m. at St. Vincent De Paul, 900 Madison Avenue, Albany (corner of Madison and Partridge). All are welcome. Contact Joan Horgan at for more information.


Vickery Lecture in Ethics and Leadership “Inequality and Marginalization During COVID-19: Race, Ethnicity, Gender, and Age” with Dr. Naomi Zack, professor of philosophy at Lehman College, CUNY
April 23, 3:30 to 5 p.m., via Zoom (Register online to receive the Zoom link.)

The lecture, hosted by Saint Rose, is free and open to the public.

Take Back the Night 2021 sponsored by Albany County Crime Victim and Sexual Violence Center (CVSVC)
Thursday, April 22, 6 p.m., Zoom link will be sent upon registration

April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month! Join Albany CVSVC for this year’s virtual Take Back the Night. To register for the event, visit CVSVC IG @albanycvsvc for more information. For more information and more resources, make sure you contact our Violence Prevention and Education and Title IX office on IG @saintroselovebetter.



Health Services
Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
For any non-urgent medical issue, students can call 518.454.5244 or email for assistance, and their cases will be triaged by the LPN or nurse practitioners. Based on the presenting concerns, the triage outcome may lead to a telehealth or in-person appointment with the nurse practitioner.

Counseling and Psychological Services
Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., and Tuesday and Thursday, 9 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Please call the center at 518.454.5200 or email them at to speak with a counselor over the phone or through a Zoom session.

Neil Hellman Library
Walk-in access for those with a valid Saint Rose ID from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday through Friday. The library has raised its capacity from 15 to 20, and visitors will still be limited to the first floor. Safety protocols and capacity limits remain in place.

Visitors on Monday through Thursday from 4 to 6 p.m. are required to sign-up in advance for a slot. Check out the library website for details.

The Writing Center
Schedule an appointment through Navigate! Learn about the Writing Center’s services on its webpage
Monday: 9 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Tuesday: 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Wednesday: 8:30 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Thursday: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Friday: 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Sunday: 3 p.m. to 7 p.m.
*Please note that all appointments scheduled for Sundays or after 4 p.m. will be held online.

Tutoring Center
Schedule an appointment for tutoring through Navigate.
Find hours on the Tutoring Center’s webpage.

Fitness Center
Slots are available in 45-minute increments by advance sign-up online. Masks are required.
Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 10 p.m.;
Saturday, 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Sunday, 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Career Services
Career Services meets with undergraduate and graduate students via individual appointments. Make an appointment using the Navigate app.

Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Saturday, 9 a.m. to noon

Package Pickup
Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. to noon and 2 p.m. to 4 p.m.
Saturday, 9 a.m. to noon

The USPS outgoing mail deadline is 9:30 a.m. USPS Mail received after 9:30 a.m. will be posted the next business day.

Reach the Mailroom at mail_room@strose.eduor 518.458.5443

Print Center
Monday through Thursday, 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Friday, 7 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Closed Saturday and Sunday

Reach them at printing@strose.eduor 518.337.4820

Check out their services on the Print Center and Mailroom webpage.

Points of contact


If you have a question about the residence halls, contact:
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If you have questions about academics, contact
If you have questions about your path to graduation or course scheduling, contact
If you have questions about student life, contact
If you have questions about cleaning protocol or facilities, contact
If you’re having computer trouble, contact
If you have a concern about your bill, contact
If you want to talk about financial aid concerns, contact
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