Hello Nazareth Parents,
In an effort to keep you informed and provide you with as much information as possible regarding things that are happening on campus, I am excited to deliver this 2012-2013 newsletter. We hope to gather information and resources you may find beneficial to you and your respective daughters and sons.
We had an eventful fall semester and your students have been hard at work learning and living in the Nazareth community. We enjoyed lovely weather this fall with the exception of late October, when we felt the impact of Hurricane Sandy. In anticipation of the storm and the potential impact on campus, our emergency preparedness plan was triggered and we planned accordingly. Fortunately, the local impact was less severe than we anticipated and we did not experience any injuries or significant property damage. Our thoughts go out to all of those affected by the storm’s impact.
Family Weekend brought glorious weather, and the opportunity for families to enjoy quality time with their students. We have received rave reviews on the weekend, which included outstanding performances on Friday night from our very own a capella group, Call4Backup, and the internationally recognized The Exchange. In addition, students and parents alike had fun being hypnotized or watching others placed under the hypnotic spell of Saturday night’s entertainer. For those who were unable to attend, we hope you are able to join us next year.
Best wishes for 2013!
At Nazareth, learning happens in many places and spaces. We know that students learn more, perform better, and are more satisfied at colleges that are committed to their success both in and outside of the classroom. Click here to read more!
Students both learn and live on Nazareth's campus. The office of campus life continues to expand the residential student's experience. Click here to read more!
In the fall of 2012, we established a centralized office that provides a network of services for all undergraduate students. Click here to read more!
In the fall of 2012, health services and counseling services moved into a shared space, creating a one-stop-shop for students' physical and psychological needs. Click here to read more!
Nazareth joined more than 1,000 colleges and universities in celebrating NCAAW, encouraging healthy lifestyles, and promoting sober activities. Click here to read more!