Midwest Veterinary Conference Summary

I am extremely appreciative for the Faculty Development funds I recently received to attend the Midwest Veterinary Conference (MVC). MVC is an annual veterinary continuing education event hosted by the Ohio Veterinary Medical Association in mid-February. In order to provide needed education safely, this year’s conference was entirely virtual. Live, real-time sessions were offered where […]

Posted by: Jenna Symons

Summer Session Science Math and Technology Courses!

The Department of Science, Mathematics & Technology (SMAT) at Medaille College will offer traditional in-person undergraduate classes for the Summer 2021 semester. This new initiative is designed to help students get a head-start in their entry-level and general education curriculum and entry-level science courses and make progress toward graduation. This program will be especially helpful […]

Posted by: M. Ryan Woodcock

March Is Alcohol Awareness Month

The pandemic has caused so many unexpected and overwhelming situations that can lead to stress, which everyone deals with differently. Sometimes, people use alcohol as a way to relax or decrease stress, but the lines between casual drinking and problematic use of alcohol can be blurred. Know the difference … Posted By: Wellness Center

Posted by: Wellness Center

March: Alcohol Awareness Month

The Medaille Wellness Center Counseling Services is sponsoring Alcohol Awareness Month. If you or a student you know is struggling with problems with alcohol, complete an intake form and we will contact you. Free online addiction/mental health screening is also provided by Mental Health America: https://screening.mhanational.org. Student Counseling Services: (716)-880-2339 Posted By: Wellness Center, Margaret […]

Posted by: Wellness Center, Margaret Stanford

February 17 Is Random Acts of Kindness Day

“Carry out a random act of kindness, with no expectation of reward, safe in the knowledge that someone might do the same for you.”- Princess Diana Posted By: Wellness Center-Student Counseling Services

Posted by: Wellness Center-Student Counseling Services

Preparing for a SUCCESSful Exam Week

Try some of these tips to assist with having a SUCCESSful exam week! Good luck, students! Posted By: Academic Success Center and Retention Council

Posted by: Academic Success Center and Retention Council

Stay on Top of Stress

Self-care is an important way to stay well emotionally. Try some of these steps to help reduce stress and take good care of you. Posted By: Wellness Center: Student Counseling Services

Posted by: Wellness Center: Student Counseling Services

This Is Red Ribbon Week

Have you seen the red ribbons around campus? Red Ribbon Week is a national campaign to raise awareness regarding drug use. The Wellness Center has hung these to raise awareness around the issue of substance use, to encourage drug free choices and to alert everyone to the fact that help is available. If you or […]

Posted by: Wellness Center, Student Counseling Services

Stress During COVID-19

Sometimes our focus is on being reactive instead of proactive, and that can increase stress levels. Try some of the helpful hints listed in the flyer to reduce stress and be proactive! Posted By: Wellness Center

Posted by: Wellness Center

October Is Depression Awareness Month

Stressful situations like recent national events and the COVID-19 pandemic can increase depression symptoms. If you or someone you know is feeling depressed, there is help. Posted By: Wellness Center-Student Counseling Services

Posted by: Wellness Center-Student Counseling Services