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Attention, Medaille Students: Help Us Tell Your Story!next


Medaille College students have a new tool to share their Medaille journeys with the world. A Merit page hosts your achievements — an academic honor, study abroad, an internship or community service — and serves like a resume to share online with the people who matter most.

The College is working with Merit to chronicle the thousands of opportunities available to our students. Then we proudly share them with students’ hometown newspapers, area legislators and high schools.

“With more than 70 percent of recruiters in the U.S. reporting that they’ve rejected candidates because of information they found online, we wanted to give every one of our students a hub for positive information about themselves,” says Medaille President Dr. Ken Macur. “Plus, because updates to students’ Merit pages also reach friends and family via social media and other channels, the success of our students helps Medaille tell our story in a personalized way. Ultimately, students’ Merit pages become a verified record of success that can shared with potential employers.”

More than 3 million students from more than 300 schools nationwide currently have Merit pages.

Here’s How it Works

Medaille awards Merit badges to students based on a variety of categories. A student’s Merit page is then automatically updated with the badge and a description of the achievement. Once the achievement is released, a student will receive an email with the badge and a link to their Merit page. Pages can be enhanced by adding a photo and bio, as well as any other activities and work experience.

And when Merit pages are connected to social networks, friends and family can also see and share in student successes.

Join us in telling the world your amazing stories here at Medaille! You’ve already received a welcome email to your medaille.edu email account with your Merit username and password. Click the link in that email to sign in to your Merit page and start personalizing it. Remember, your Merit page is created and updated automatically — you don’t have to maintain it.

Visit Merit to find your page and make it your own!

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Medaille's 2017 graduates walked the stage before friends and family at the College’s commencement ceremonies on May 19.
A panel of experts in workforce development discussed Buffalo’s new economy and the demand for a skilled workforce at Medaille College on May 11.
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The Medaille College Athletic Department celebrated a year of team and individual successes at the annual Maverick Awards Night Banquet on May 1.
On Friday, April 28, 2017, Medaille College and the Valley Community Center celebrated another year of learning and mentorship via Science in Bloom.