Health and Counseling Wants Your Feedback


We want to hear from you regarding the services offered at Nazareth's Health and Counseling. Fill out our survey and at the end you will be provided with instructions to enter drawings for a $25 Amazon gift card!

Health and Counseling Team

Share Your #NazGrad19 Story!


We are so proud of this year's graduating class and want to hear what you're doing after graduation! Either submit your photo and story to Samantha Peebles, or post on your personal account (viewable by public so we can find it) using #NazGrad19!

— Samantha Peebles, Marketing & Communications

Interdisciplinary Speciality Program in Autism (Grad Students)


The Interdisciplinary Specialty Program in Autism at Nazareth (I-SPAN) is seeking graduate students interested in autism! (I-SPAN) is a three-course sequence that examines contemporary topics related to best practices in person-centered support of individuals on the autism spectrum in multiple settings. There are a few ways graduate students can participate!

1) Scholars Program for tuition reimbursement

2) I-SPAN sequence without committing to the Scholars Program

3) Course elective option— AUT 660 and/or AUT 661

Shanna Jamanis, School of Education

Nazareth Earns National Award For Spark Grant Innovation


Nazareth College's SPARK grant is earning national honors for innovation as the winner of the 2019 National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE) Chevron Award. It recognizes outstanding achievement for innovative programs in the college career services field. Past winners include Carnegie Mellon and Stanford universities.

Julie Long, Marketing & Communications

Alum Jack Allocco Inducted In Music Hall Of Fame


The Nazareth Orchestra joins Naz alum Jack Allocco to perform as he's inducted into the Rochester Music Hall of Fame on Sunday, April 28. Tickets are available for the event.

Julie Long, Marketing & Communications

Commencement Ceremony Will Be Livestreamed


Family and friends who can't attend Nazareth's downtown Rochester Commencement ceremony for undergrad and graduate students can watch online starting at 9:40 a.m. Sunday, May 12, 2019.

Chris Farnum, Marketing & Communications

Fulbright Winner: Jessica Meyers


Congratulations to Fulbright Winner Jessica Meyers '19, a public health and sociology major, whom the international Fulbright program has selected to teach English in Germany. She joins Katie Box '18 as a 2019 Fulbright scholar and is the 31st Nazareth student selected in 10 years.

Mark Madigan, English and Communication Department

Board Game Drive


We are collecting games to bring to Monroe Correctional Facility for the inmates to use in the jail. Preferred games include chess, checkers, playing cards, word search, sudoku puzzles, and dominos.

Drop games off by April 29 in boxes around campus labeled Board Game Drive.

Ed Wiltse, English and Communication Department

President Braveman Plans to Retire in June 2020


President Braveman plans to retire after 15 years of guiding the College to significant expansion of top-notch facilities, enrollment and academic program growth, expanded student opportunities and establishing personal career coaches.

Moodle Site Downtime on April 18


Moodle will be down for maintenance on Thursday, April 18 from 12:30 a.m. - 2:30 a.m. The site will be inaccessible to all users during this time.

Chris Zimber, Teaching & Learning Technologies

Naz Dining Spring Survey


Take the spring survey for Naz Dining and be entered to win an Apple Watch! Your feedback will help us enhance your dining experience.

Tyler Williams, Nazareth Dining

Nazareth Bookstore 2019 Grad Fair


Upcoming grads! It is time to pick up or purchase your regalia at the Grad Fair April 17th, from 9 a.m - 7 p.m. Stop by the Grad Fair at the Bookstore to purchase your regalia and decorate your cap for the big day! If you prepaid for your regalia online, this will also be the day you can start picking them up. Keep in mind this is one of the only times the Bookstore will have extended hours, so plan accordingly to take advantage. There will also be info booths ready to answer any of your questions regarding the big day or your next steps. See you there!

 — Cela Catus, Bookstore

Congratulations to Fulbright Recipient Katie Box!


Katie Box, a Spanish major who graduated in December 2018, has received a Fulbright award to teach English in Spain. Also, Jessica Meyers is an alternate to teach English in Germany.

This is the 17th consecutive year we have had a U.S. Student Fulbright award recipient.

Profound gratitude to the members of the Fulbright Campus Committee (Scott Campbell, Ph.D.; Nevan Fisher, Ph.D.; Timothy Glander, Ph.D.; and Heather Lewis, Ph.D.), for their efforts on behalf of our student candidates. As always, Nazareth's extraordinary Fulbright record is a team effort by students, faculty, staff, and administrators.

Mark Madigan, English and Communication Department

Call For Take Back The Night Speakers


On Wednesday, April 10 from 7-9 p.m. the campus community will join together against sexual assault in an evening of expression through dance and spoken word for "Take Back the Night." If you have been impacted by sexual assault and would like to "Shatter the Silence" and speak at the event, contact Karen Vicks.

Gather together with others in the Nazareth Community for this evening to support survivors and show your solidarity. You can either sign up to share your story ahead of time or you may be inspired by others and "Shatter the Silence" while at the event. Either way, I welcome you to join us for this inspirational night. Active participation is not required to attend.

This event is an on campus program for those who may have experienced any kind of sexual violence or those wanting to show support for anyone who has. ALL are welcome to join.

Karen Vicks, Title IX

Biology Courses Offered in Summer B


BIO.Q 111/111L, Contemporary Biology, will be offered entirely online. BIO 318/318L, Clinical Microbiology, will be offered in Summer B in 2019! The course will be online with the lab on campus. Registration is now open.

Stephanie Zamule, Biology

Recognize Your Advisor For Their Great Work


Is your academic advisor outstanding? Would you like to show your appreciation for his/her good work? We have developed a system that allows you to acknowledge your advisor. It's easy. Simply complete the brief form on our website at the following link explaining why you appreciate him/her.

Your advisor will receive a certificate of appreciation, and his/her department chairperson and dean will be notified. There is no deadline for this. You can submit a form through out website at any time of the year.

Thank you for helping us to recognize the good work of our advisors!

 — Linda Searing, Academic Advisement

#NazBound Monday, April 8


The whole community has worked very hard to bring in the most talented, diverse and enthusiastic class as possible for fall 2019.

We anticipate more than 200 students and their families #NazBound event on April 8. As for parking, Arts Center Lot A will be for visiting families only until 10 a.m. Individuals who normally parking in Lot A should proceed to Lot P (Stadium). The shuttle will run on its normal schedule if you require a ride. Parking at St. Bernard's will also be permitted on Monday.

We are planning for a productive day with lots of great energy. We are aware that days for which we share our community can create small inconveniences, but the sense of Naz pride on these days is overwhelming and appreciated (so thank you). The Admissions team is grateful for your contributions, assistance, and patience - our momentum, as a college, is one of our most important and unique assets.

Now Offering Produce


Each Friday the Oak Tree Pantry will receive fresh produce from the Headwater Food Hub! We are located inside Colie's Cafe on the lower level of George Hall.

Matthew Brunale, Student Activities

Last Day to Request a Tutor: April 12


This is a reminder that the last day to request a tutor is April 12th. Please fill out the tutor request form, if needed. If you have any questions, please contact Bailey McBride. 

Bailey McBride, Center For Student Success

Changes to Undergraduate Association Elections


UA Elections are delayed! The Undergraduate Association has decided to push back elections to April 16th, 2019, 8 a.m. -8 p.m. There is still time to reach out, get involved, and help change campus for the better!

We're looking for people to run for the following positions ...

UA President
VP of Finance
RHC Officers
2 Class of 2020 Senators
1 Student Athlete Senator
2 Diversity Senators

Carey Backman, Undergraduate Association

Advisement and Registration Appointments


Sign up for an appointment with your advisor if you haven't already! UG Registration runs from April 3rd-11th. Your registration date/time are posted in the blue bar on the "Schedule" tab in Student Planning. Make sure your major advisor approves you for registration. (INCH students must be approved by both major advisors).

Linda Searing, Academic Advisement

Deadline For Withdrawing From UG Courses


The deadline for withdrawing from undergraduate courses without an "F" grade is Monday, April 1, 2019. More details. 

Linda Searing, Academic Advisement


Student Support Services Evaluations Survey


Your help is needed! This is an independent research study investigating student evaluation of undergraduate campus support services after their first semester. This is an opportunity to vocalize your thoughts on Naz's support services (or lack thereof) by taking this 10-minute questionnaire!

Allison Kurthy, Psychology

Is your Info Getting Exposed? 


Are you signing out of computer lab or classroom devices upon departure? Failing to do so leaves email, Moodle, or other Google Drive files exposed. Ensure you are taking all the right measures for signing in and signing out of classroom devices.

IT Service Desk

NazBound Monday, March 25


The whole community has worked very hard to bring in the most talented, diverse and enthusiastic class as possible for fall 2019.

We anticipate more than 200 students and their families for each NazBound event (3/25 and 4/8). As for parking, Lot A will be for visiting families only until 10 a.m. Individuals who normally parking in Lot A should proceed to Lot P (Stadium). The shuttle will run on its normal schedule if you require a ride. Parking at St. Bernard's will also be permitted on Monday.

We are planning for a productive day with lots of great energy. We are aware that days for which we share our community can create small inconveniences, but the sense of Naz pride on these days is overwhelming and appreciated (so thank you). The Admissions team is grateful for your contributions, assistance, and patience - our momentum, as a college, is one of our most important and unique assets.

— John Mordaci, Admissions


Your Community of Belonging


Each of us has a story. We are a campus made up of individuals of different backgrounds, identities, and life experiences. I would like to hear from you! How have you experienced community at Nazareth and what role do you see yourself having in building our shared sense of belonging? Watch these stories of other students on creating a community of belonging at Nazareth and submit your story. Share in whatever medium you're most comfortable — including words, photography, video, audio (spoken, or a musical composition), or an image of a piece of artwork. If you share your experience, you will get a "Be Here. Be You. Belong" t-shirt (while supplies last).

Diane Ariza, Vice President for Diversity and Inclusion

Veterans Club T-Shirt Sale For Local Charity 


The Veterans Club will be running a continuous sale on t-shirts out of our Veteran Resource Room in Smyth 20 from March 18-May 3. The proceeds will go to a local veteran charity in the Rochester area. T-shirts are $10 each. We accept cash, check and Venmo.

John Nadig, Veterans Club

Organic Chemistry at Naz Summer 2019


Organic Chemistry I and II will be offered at Nazareth College summer A & B.

Summer A - CHM 251/253L - Organic Chemistry I with lab. CHM 251 meets MTWTH 8:45 am to 10:40 am and CHM 253L meets TTH 10:40 am until 2:10 pm.

Summer B - CHM 252/254L - Organic Chemistry II with lab. CHM 252 meets MTWTH 8:45 am to 10:30 am and CHM 254L meets TTH 10:40 am until 2:10 pm.

Registration is now open.

Fern Cardella, Chemistry 

Naz Got Talent Video Submission


For the first time at Nazareth, we are having a Naz Got Talent show!  Submit a video of your talent, 30-60 seconds long, by April 1st. Full instructions below.

1) Make a video of your talent anywhere from 30-60 seconds
2) Send it by email to
3) The deadline to send in your video is April 1st
4) We will repost your video and the top 16 videos with the most likes will be in the FINAL SHOW on April 13th in the Arts Center - Peace theater
5) If you don't have the chance to do the video you can send an email about your talent and will be informed if you are in the final.
5) The winner will receive a $200 prize!

Giovanni Minicucci, International Club

Spring Break Dining Hours


Still on campus for Spring Break? Check out the full list of hours for Naz Dining locations:

March 9 & 10 - All units are closed

March 11-15 - The Cab Grill & Deli is open 9 a.m.-2 p.m.

March 16 - The Cab Grill & Deli is open 9 a.m.-2 p.m.

March 17 - Dining Hall opens at 4:30 p.m. The Cab Grill & Deli opens at 12 p.m. Millie's opens at 1 p.m.

Nolan Moore; Nazareth Dining

"Match" With A Major Group For Undecided Students


Undecided? Changing your major? Stop by our informal major and career exploration group! We meet every Thursday at 12:15 PM in GAC 115. Come to one, two, or all -- no 'commitment' required!

March 21: Breaking up with your Major
March 28: Think Globally
April 4: Imagining your 'Dream Job'
April 11: Makin' it Official

Contact Cara Capparelli in Academic Advisement or Victoria Pardee in Center for Life's Work for more info!

Cara Capparelli, Academic Advisement

Nazareth Men's Golf - An Opportunity Awaits!


The Nazareth College Men's Golf program is interested in student-athletes that can WIN THE MOMENT each and every day! The person that thrives with Nazareth Golf is hard-working, competitive academically and athletically, committed to improving, a selfless teammate, and community service oriented, and epitomized by Benjamin Franklin's quote, "well done is better than well said."

The Men's Golf Team has an exceptional opportunity for growth for the right individual. If you are interested in winning the moment, contact Sean Lalley to learn more about the opportunity that awaits.

Sean Lalley, Head Golf Coach

SOM Name Change


Nazareth is pleased to announce the School of Management is changing its name to the School of Business and Leadership (SBL). This name change communicates our move toward programs more tailored to the current business environment driven by rapid change and increased transience. It also highlights our developing focus on producing effective and transformational leaders. As we tailor our curriculum to reinforce key areas of focus, this name will more accurately reflect our commitment to serving the entirety of the business discipline, not just the subfield of management, as well as giving our students the skills to succeed in the greater Rochester business community and beyond. Along with SBL Dean Ken Rhee, I am delighted to announce this change and the momentum it creates for business at Nazareth.

Andrea Talentino, Vice President For Academic Affairs

Music PEQs In Summer A and B (Online)


Two Music PEQ summer courses are being offered online. Summer A-MUS.Q 101: Intro to Western Classical Music and Summer B-MUS.Q104: Intro to World Music. Email for more info.

Zbigniew Granat, Music

BIO 318 Clinical Microbiology in Summer B


BIO 318/318L will be offered in Summer B in 2019! The course will be online with the lab on campus. Registration is now open!

Stephanie Zamule, Biology

Study Abroad Opportunities


Nazareth offers 55+ study-abroad programs in 30+ countries on 6 continents. You can learn details and next steps at, at info sessions for specific programs, and at new general study abroad info sessions every Tuesday in GAC 127 from 12:10pm-1:10pm.

— Nevan Fisher, Center For International Education

 Berlin Program Director Visiting Nazareth


The Berlin Program director, Dr. Hanns-Dieter Jacobsen, is at Nazareth February 26 - March 1. To learn more about Nazareth's signature fall semester program in Berlin, make an appointment to meet with Dr. Jacobsen by contacting the CIE.

Nevan Fisher, Center For International Education

MusicLink Chipotle Fundraiser, 2/25


Come to Chipotle on 2/25 from 5- 9 p.m. to help AMTAS raise money for the MusicLink foundation.

Noelle Hensler


Bookstore Clearance Sale


Come in Friday, March 1st or March 8th for an EXTRA 50% off the clearance section! In store, two days only! (9 a.m-4 p.m).

Cela Catus, Bookstore


Apply To Become An ACS Peer Mentor


The ACS 101 and ACS 090 courses are now accepting applications for Peer Mentor positions for Fall 2019. Apply now!

Amy Fisher, Center For Student Success


UA Grants $150,000 For Student Projects


In 2018-19, the Undergraduate Association has granted funds to more than 30+ student clubs, trips, and community service projects — totaling about $22,000 more than previous years. Requests for 2019-20 can be submitted in the fall. The $150,000+ awarded this year has gone to new clubs Naz Recordz, Fiddle Club, Dungeons and Dragons, Creative Writing Club, and Musica Mundana; to the restarted Jazz Club; and to Ethiopian Service Learning Trip, Class of 2021 Thanksgiving Baskets, Club Italianissimo/Musica Mundana Opera Trip, Hunger Banquet, Environmental Sustainability Club, Golden Flyer Investment Fund, Chamber Singers, Poland Trip, and Ukraine Defending Democracy Trip. Funding also went towards conferences – Parliament of World's Religions, New York State Art Teachers Association, Student Management Investment Fund, National American Music Therapy Association Students, Mid-Atlantic LGBTQA, American Chemical Society, Geological Society of America, American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, Creating Change, Jubilee, Eastern Psychological Association, American College Dance Association, Occupational Therapy Advocacy Day, and United States Institute for Theatre Technology.

The 30+ activities sponsored are on top of providing $42,000 to Center For Civic Engagement for Naz Alternative Breaks and $24,500 to Office of Diversity and Inclusive Excellence Education/Center For Spirituality for social justice trips. Together, it's a total of 45+ activities and more than 700 students impacted.

Carey Backman, Student Activities & Leadership


2019-2020 FAFSA Deadline March 1


Returning undergrads and grads, remember to file your 2019-2020 FAFSA renewal by 3/1/19. Visit Naz Tuition and Aid for more information.

Sue Lanphere, Financial Aid

Prestigious Fulbright Grants For Research/Teaching


If you have a strong record of academic achievement, you are invited to apply for a U.S. Student Fulbright award. Fulbright information sessions will be held on Thursday February 28th (12:30-1 p.m.) in GAC 51 and Friday, March 1st (12:30-1 p.m.) in GAC 325. Applicants for a Research Grant undertake a specific project in their own field of study and work in conjunction with a university in the country to which they apply. There are also English Teaching awards for many countries. Some of these awards require knowledge of the local language, but there are many for which knowledge of the language is not required.

Mark Madigan, Fulbright Program 

Parking To Be Impacted On Monday, Feb. 18


Due to Presidents Day on Monday, 2/18, the Arts Center Parking (Parking Lot A) lot will fill up quickly with prospective students visiting campus.

John Mordaci, Admissions

It's New! QU.I.N: The Queer Interfaith Network


QU.I.N is short for the Queer Interfaith Network. This is a group for students to learn about and explore the intersection of spiritual and LGBTQ+ identities. We will meet weekly on Mondays at 5 p.m!

Join us for snacks and conversation at our first meeting this coming Monday, Feb 18.


Sarah Jackson, Center For Spirituality


Apply To Be An Orientation Leader


Orientation Leaders play an integral role in welcoming new students to campus and supporting the College's mission to help students "develop the understanding, commitment, and confidence to lead fully informed and actively engaged lives." Working collaboratively with professional staff, they help new students become part of the Nazareth College community.

Carey Backman, Student Activities & Leadership

Chipotle Fundraiser For Partners For Learning


Vans will pick up students from Shults outside of Campus Safety and bring them to Chipotle. The vans will then bring the students back to Naz. Vans will run every 15 or so minutes starting at 4 p.m. and going to 8 p.m. Proceeds will go towards Discover Naz Day which is an annual event that brings RCSD students to Naz for the day. The students engage in games and activities with various programs and groups at Naz.

 — Matt Kreig, Partners For Learning

BIO.Q 111/111L Contemporary Bio ONLINE in summer B


BIO.Q 111/111L will be online in Summer B! This non-majors course fulfills the PEQ natural science requirement. Registration is now open!

Stephanie Zamule, Biology

Islamic Awareness Week: 2/11-2/16


Sponsored by the Naz Muslim Student Association. Discover a rich and beautiful tradition in this week-long series of events - one event per day!

Monday, 1/11: Fast-A-Thon
Tuesday, 1/12: Qur'an Teaching 
Wednesday, 1/13: Interfaith Cafe: Being Muslim on Campus
Thursday, 1/14: Toiletry Drive to benefit Barakah Muslim Charity of Rochester. Toiletry donations can be delivered to GAC 151. 
Friday, 1/15: Hijab for a Day & Jum'ah Salah Prayer
Please see the Nazareth App for details for each of these events! 
All are welcome!

Jamie Fazio, Center For Spirituality

CAB Chair Openings


Campus Activities Board is looking for dedicated students to fill two open chair positions-- Off Campus Chair and Co-Chair of Major Events. If you are interested and wish to inquire about the position or apply, email Please include which position you are interested in and why. Applications will be accepted until February 13th at 7 p.m.

Allison Kurthy, Campus Activities Board

Planning On Buying A Diploma Frame?


Check out the bookstore website today, February 11th for $25 off. Online only, this sale only runs twice a year!

Cela Catus, Bookstore

 Moodle Site Downtime on Feb. 14


Moodle will be down for maintenance on Thursday, Feb. 14 from 12:30 a.m.-2:30 a.m. The site will be inaccessible to all users during this time.

Chris Zimber, Teaching & Learning Technologies


Student Support Services Evaluation Survey


This is a research study investigating college student evaluation of undergraduate campus support services after their 1st semester looking for participants to complete a 10-minute questionnaire. Any Nazareth College undergrad student who is at least 18 years old and is NOT in their 1st semester can participate. This is an opportunity to vocalize your thoughts on Naz's support services (or lack thereof)! The more students respond, the more effective this will be. As an incentive, there will be a $25 Amazon gift card raffle! Those in an eligible psychology course can receive extra credit.

Allison Kurthy, Psychology

UA Finance Committee Out of Conference Funding


The UA Finance Committee has exhausted its 2018-2019 funding and cannot accept any new proposals. All upcoming meetings have been canceled.

Carey Backman, Student Activities


Where Will You Go?


Nazareth offers 55+ study-abroad programs in 30+ countries on 6 continents. You can learn details and next steps at, at info sessions for specific programs, and at new general study abroad info sessions every Tuesday in GAC 127 from 12:10pm-1:10pm.

Nevan Fisher, Center For International Education

Tobacco Product Use On Campus


We are conducting a survey to assess students' tobacco product use and opinions on tobacco product policies on our campus and would like your input.

We invite you to participate in the survey. Your participation in the survey is completely voluntary and your responses will be anonymous. The survey will take approximately 10 minutes of your time

Brigid Noonan, Health and Human Services

Bookstore Swag To Get Your Hands On


The bookstore has plenty of Golden Flyers basketball swag you can rep to the Battle of the Beaks this Friday! This week only, take 25% off all Nike and Under Armour apparel.

Cela Catus, Bookstore

Group Counseling Services Available


Four peer support group counseling services are available for the spring semester - Mindfulness, The "Focus" group, Empowerment group for Women, Empowerment group for LGBTQQIA2+.

Kathryn DeVinney, Health and Counseling

 2019-2020 FAFSA Deadline March 1


Returning Undergrads and Grads remember to file your renewal 2019-2020 FAFSA by 3/1. Students planning to be in at least 6 credits for Summer A/B 2019 need to submit a renewal 2019-2020 FAFSA. If FAFSA already completed, check MyFinancialAid@Naz for any outstanding Financial Aid Documents requested. SPARK recipients need to file 2019-2020 renewal FAFSA and complete outstanding Financial Aid documents by 3/1.

Sue Lanphere, Financial Aid 

Indoor and Outdoor Fitness Opportunities 


Check out the Athletic & Fitness Facilities in Shults for free opportunities to snow shoe, ski, swim, work out, use the gym, and learn and play racquetball.  You can also sign up for personal training.

Megan Currie, Student

 Bookstore Clearance Flash Sale


Stop by the bookstore this Thursday, Jan. 31st, for an extra 50% off clearance! One day only, 9 am-5 pm.

Cela Catus, Bookstore

 Free Fitness & Self-Defense Classes


You can take free Body Combat, Yoga, Zumba, and Body Pump fitness classes through Naz Intramurals — and even get health and wellness credit for a new Self-Defense class.

Self-Defense is taught by Taekwondo Master and certified self-defense instructor Matt Krieg. Matt has over 15 years of training and created this curriculum with input from a member of the Albany Police Department and his own Master. This class counts for health and wellness credit if you attend 6 of the 8 sessions. All Intramurals and Recreation details.

International Students Seek Conversation Partners


We are seeking volunteers to spend an hour a week conversing with international students from around the world. While sharing information about Nazareth College, Rochester, life in the U.S and other interests, you can provide our international students with the invaluable experience of real-life practice outside of the classroom as well as a greater depth of knowledge of and appreciation for American culture. Learn more about the program and sign up for one of our interest meetings on January 29th or 30th.

Linda Grossman, English Language Institute


NazDining - Spring Enhancements!


You spoke, we listened. Nazareth Dining has incorporated what we have learned through our engagement with students and the Nazareth community. We've enhanced:

  • NazBowls
  • Breakfast Table
  • Compost Bins
  • Berry Bar
  • Farm to Table
  • MyZone has been remodeled
  • Immediate family members can now swipe in for FREE!

— Tyler Williams, Naz Dining

Introducing Oak Tree Food Pantry 


Introducing our newest campus resource! Housed in Colie's Cafe, Oak Tree Food Pantry will be available to the full Naz community! Want to be involved?

  • Volunteer interest meetings start Jan. 20. (All events are in the Naz app and on
  • Donate non-perishable food January 28 - February 1 at three locations: Peckham Hall lobby, Shults Center near info desk, or Golisano Academic Center first floor. 

Anything you can give helps! 

Want to get more involved? Email for more info!

Matthew Brunale, student

Free Tickets Available For Naz-Fisher Basketball Games


100 free tickets will be available beginning at 7 a.m. Monday at the Shults Info Desk on a first-come, first-served basis for the women's (5:30 pm) and men's (7:30 pm) Tuesday games at St. John Fisher.

Pete Bothner, Athletics Director

Parking To Be Impacted Monday, 1/21


Due to auditions and portfolio reviews for prospective students, parking in the Arts Center Parking Lot A will be impacted on Monday, Jan. 21.

John Mordaci, Admissions

Summer Course: Folios and Frescoes in Ukraine


Nazareth is offering a new, three-credit summer course to image rare folios and frescoes in Ukraine from May 15 through June 6, 2019. In this course, you will:

  • Digitize rare manuscripts and frescoes 
  • Use professional art history and imaging techniques
  • Collaborate with experts in Uzhhorod, Ukraine
  • Sample the art and architecture of Budapest, Hungary

This program builds imaging and teamwork skills, cultural competence, and global citizenship. Undergraduates in ALL majors are welcome. Students eligible for a SPARK Grant can receive a 3-credit waiver and a $1,500 grant. Other students can apply for a 2-credit scholarship and will be responsible for paying for only 1 credit. Knowledge of the Ukrainian language is not required.

Kathleen Hansen, International Education

Avoid Planning Events on Religious Holidays


Hickey Center for Interfaith Center and Dialogue's 2019 interfaith calendar can help you avoid scheduling events on holy days.
Prof. Muhammad Shafiq, Hickey Center executive director

Registration for Summer Classes Open


Summer A and Summer B courses for 2019 are now posted in Student Planning (click on the "show all terms" tab to see these terms). Summer can be a great time to catch up or jump ahead.

To identify online or hybrid courses, when searching in Student Planning scroll down to the Course Levels filter. Each term is identified on the list as its own course level (e.g., Online - Summer A 2019 or Hybrid Summer B 2019).

Please remember that students can enroll in no more than two summer classes per summer session - plus a lab if applicable.

Advisor "sign off" is not required, but recommended.

 — Alison Teeter, Registrar 

U.S. Postal Service Postage increase


Effective January 27, 2019, 1st class, 1-ounce letters will cost 55 cents to mail. Priority, Express, and International rates will also go up. Postal rate increase details.
— Joanne Fitzgerald, Campus Central Services