18 Agassiz Circle
Buffalo, NY 14214
30 Wilson Rd.
Amherst, NY 14221
1880 S. Winton Rd.
Rochester, NY 14618
Coordinator of Alumni, Student and Parent Relations
Whether you're the parent preparing to see your child graduate from high school, or a parent about to watch your senior graduate from Medaille, we want to provide you with the resources and information to learn about our campus and our programs.
The Parent Advisory Council (PAC) is designed to promote meaningful and active parent and guardian involvement in the College. The parents will voluntarily work side by side with the college to help make the experiences of our students rewarding and to promote the Medaille College experience. More
The Communication Committee develops and improves ways the College communicates with parents. Projects could include such initiatives newsletters, websites, events, etc.
The Programming Committee assists in developing parent sponsored programming/services such as birthday-grams, exam care packages, speakers, etc.
The Ambassadorship Committee is asked to represent Medaille College in their own community. The college can ask committee members to be involved in a function in their community or at Medaille College events as a representative of the Parent Advisory Council.
High school students and non-traditional learners generally have their first contact with Medaille through our Admissions Office. They will guide you through the application process, and direct you to the Financial Aid Office for information about financial support.
From accounting to veterinary technology, and everything in between, Medaille has undergraduate programs that appeal to all interests and strengths. Each degree program emphasizes academic excellence, career experience, and a strong liberal arts component.
Resident students have the benefit of living minutes from classrooms, faculty offices, athletic facilities, and club meeting areas. Commuters will find that the events and activities offered throughout the day and into the evening will keep them busy while not in class. Students will experience what Buffalo and the greater Western New York region has to offer.
Parents who live in the Buffalo area should have no problems locating our main campus. If you can find where NY 198 (the Scajaquada) meets Parkside Drive (just west of NY 5/Main Street), you can find our campus. For those parents who reside outside the area, we have campus tours, extensive directions, hotel information, local information and a campus map in our Location section.
Read through our Frequently Asked Questions page to see what other parents are asking. Please contact Summer Handzlik, coordinator of alumni, student & parent relations, at (716) 880-2315 or email@example.com
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