Some students may be a little anxious as they prepare to return to campus this fall. Here are some ways to make that transition go smoothly.
The recent withdrawals for mental health reasons by gymnastics great Simone Biles from the Tokyo Olympics and tennis star Naomi Osaka from Wimbledon will go a long way toward reducing the stigma of mental health concerns among student-athletes, according to professionals at Long Island universities.
Adelphi University President Dr. Christine Riordan, the school’s 10th president, took office in July 2015. She talked with the Long Island Press about the past six years, the pandemic and the future.
James Lentini, president of Molloy College, speaks of the people who impacted his early life, his role as president of Molloy College, and what are his secrets to success.
Young people ages 12 to 17 who get vaccinated for Covid-19 between May 27 and July 7 will have a chance to win a full scholarship to a SUNY or CUNY school, Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced on Wednesday.
Colleges and universities across the Long Island region are registering students for the fall semester, and as always, time is of the essence for applicants.
The college application process can affect students’ lives for years to come, so it’s understandable that some teenagers might feel stressed as they apply to college.
Andy Lockwood is a best-selling author and founder of Lockwood College Prep in Glenwood Landing, NY.
For high school students, the coronavirus pandemic threw a wrench into a college admissions cycle that is already a lengthy and stressful one, but four Long Island experts in navigating the process shared their advice at a Schneps Media webinar on Wednesday.
The coronavirus pandemic is teaching college students a lesson in disruption, but four Long Island experts in navigating the college admissions process will lead a crash course in preparing during an upcoming free webinar.