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First-time freshmen and transfer students looking for the full on-campus college experience.

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Undergraduate Programs

High school students and transfer students who want to enroll in day classes at the Buffalo campus.


Adult and Graduate Programs

Adult learners applying to our undergraduate or graduate degree programs at either our Buffalo or Rochester campuses.


Online Programs

Adult learners applying to our online undergraduate or graduate degree programs.

Office of Multicultural and Community-Based Learningnext

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The Office of Multicultural and Community-Based Learning serves a dual role on the Medaille College campus by supporting the international student population and outreaching to our greater Buffalo community. Located in Huber Hall with the Career Planning Suite, the office coordinates all international student programing and advisement for incoming and current foreign students. The office aims to create a comfortable and welcoming environment by educating our staff, faculty, and students on the importance of cultural collaboration in and out of the classroom. The Office of Multicultural and Community-Based Learning establishes partnerships with numerous local organizations where students are connected with community engagement opportunities. While working with faculty, community-based learning initiatives foster internal student growth by applying what they learn in the classroom to their community. Through the Office of Multicultural and Community-Based Learning, students can become advocates for social justice and appreciate the importance of becoming respectful global citizens.”