The College of St. Rose in Albany, New York, doesn't only offer exceptional research-oriented academics. St. Rose also fosters progressive educational opportunities and progressive thinking on spiritual, environmental and other issues.
The College of St. Rose offers over 50 undergraduate and graduate programs. Bachelor's degrees are granted in such varied fields as Accounting, Art Education, Biotechnology, Business, Earth Science, Forensic Psychology, Law, Religious Studies and Special Education.
Graduate programs are offered through the departments of math and sciences, arts and humanities, business, and education.
Integral to the St. Rose experience is progressive research at the graduate and undergraduate levels. Centers and institutes such as the Center for Citizenship, Race and Ethnicity Studies and the Institute for New Era Educational Leadership conduct some of St. Rose's groundbreaking research.
St. Rose's media center also offers a progressive learning environment. Home to a television studio and radio station, this center uses the most current media to teach students about television and radio production and broadcasting.
Progressive in its attitude toward the environment, the College of St. Rose is committed to preventing or reducing pollution and minimizing the school's carbon footprint. One of its structures is, in fact, one of the most energy-efficient in the area and is regarded as a model for "green" construction.
As a Catholic school St. Rose promotes spiritual worship in student life, but this, too, is done in an innovative manner. An interfaith sanctuary allows students of all religious backgrounds to worship as they see fit, and also sponsors students to serve within the community.
Career services at St. Rose help students by providing internships as well as job-placement assistance.
Financial aid offerings at St. Rose include loans, grants, scholarships and fellowships.
Quick Facts about The College of Saint Rose
Large Town Setting
Medium (2,000 to 5,000 Undergrad)
On-Campus Housing Available
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