Winter Slip and Fall Prevention Tips

Winter Slip and Fall Prevention Tips During the long, cold winter months, it’s important to be aware of some easy to remember slip and fall prevention tips. A few simple precautions can help reduce the chance that you will get injured. Avoid slippery surfaces as much as possible. Walk in designated walkways. Only use sidewalks, […]

Posted by: Human Resources

Medaille Launches Podcast Focused on Lifelong Learning

On February 5, Medaille launched Life Well Learned, a podcast hosted and produced by multimedia personality and the College’s Director of Professional Enhancement Elizabeth “Liz” Mantel. The podcast, which is a unique, leading-edge take on education and service to the community, is provided by Medaille alumni, faculty, staff, and friends. It was created to entertain, […]

Posted by: Medaille College Office of Communications

Join the Paranormal Society!

Are you interested in the paranormal? Do you want to make new friends while exploring real haunted locations? Come meet new spooky friends (both alive and undead), and use state-of-the-art equipment. Meetings held weekly on Wednesday at 5:30 p.m. in M215, located on the second floor of the Main Building. Can’t make the meeting but […]

Posted by: The Paranormal Society

Study Abroad Endowment Scholarship Fundraiser Can Drive

We are collecting recycle cans and bottles to raise funds for the Study Abroad Endowment Scholarship. Please drop off your donations in the Student Development Office. Posted By: Michael Stilson

Posted by: Michael Stilson

Blackboard Open Hours

The E-Learning Team is here to help you with your Blackboard (Bb) course needs during open office hours. Please join us! The attached flyer details the dates and times for drop-in assistance with our e-learning team experts. The next upcoming date is November 18.   Posted By: Kim Partyka

Posted by: Kim Partyka

New Tutoring Program on Campus for Students with Disabilities in Grades 1 Through 12

Over at 77 Humboldt, we have a new tutoring program starting up on September 18 that will meet on Mondays and Wednesdays from 4:30 to 5:30 p.m. Master’s students in special education, supervised by a special education professor, will tutor students in grades 1 through 12 who have disabilities and are receiving special education in […]

Posted by: Cornelia Jacob

Our Newest Maverick!

Academic Advisement Counselor Jessica Kozar ’13 and her husband David Kozar ’13, ’14 welcomed Riley Marie on Saturday, August 24. She weighed 6 lbs 15oz! Everyone is doing well! Welcome to the Medaille family, Riley! Posted By: Academic Advisement Center

Posted by: Academic Advisement Center

Medaille Offers BN360 Membership and Events to Its Young Professionals

Medaille College is a member of the Buffalo Niagara Partnership regional chamber of commerce and a member of BN360, a program of the Buffalo Niagara Partnership dedicated to Buffalo Niagara’s young professionals. Full-time or part-time Medaille employees (faculty, staff and adjunct professors) ages 21-40 may attend most BN360 events for free by using the promo […]

Posted by: Medaille College Office of Communications

50/50 Raffle

Support our Spring Fundraiser! We are selling 50/50 raffle tickets. The more tickets that are purchased, the bigger the prize will be! For example, if we make $400 in ticket sales, $200 will go to the winner of the raffle and $200 will go to SGA! Tickets can be purchased in the Student Development Office […]

Posted by: Medaille Student Government Association

Staff Award Nominations

The Employee Engagement Committee is pleased to announce that we are now accepting nominations for the annual Medaille College Employee Staff Award! This award is meant to recognize staff employees who demonstrate excellence in job performance, are positive role models for fellow employees, and support the strategic initiatives of the College. This award, which will […]

Posted by: Employee Engagement