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Program of the Month Q&A: English Student Arria Copeland

English was always senior Arria Copeland’s favorite subject. That passion led the Buffalo native to the English program at Medaille. Her mother recommended the College, and Copeland found the small size and personal feel to be appealing. Here, she discusses what she loves about the program, and the Medaille experience.


Describe your experience in the English program. What stands out? 

Buffalo Business First Highlights Medaille Partnership With BestSelf Behavioral Health

An article in Buffalo Business First on October 13 highlighted the two-year-old partnership between Medaille College and BestSelf Behavioral Health, Inc. (formerly Lake Shore Behavioral Health).

Medaille Receives Upward Bound Grant, Partners With MST Prep

Medaille College has been awarded its first Upward Bound Grant from the U.S. Department of Education. The highly competitive grant, which is distributed over a five-year period, totals nearly $1.3 million. Medaille, the first Upward Bound participant to partner with the Math, Science and Technology Preparatory School (MST), PS 197, will provide college preparation to approximately 60 students.


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