Admissions Office offers Student Athlete Day on Nov. 11
The College will offer a Student Athlete Day on Thursday, Nov. 11, for high school seniors interested in playing a sport on campus. Students will have a presentation on the admissions and financial aid process, get a tour of the Sebago Lake campus, and be able to meet with coaches. The pro...
Admissions Office offers Nursing Focus Day on Nov. 5
The College will offer a Nursing Focus Day on Friday, Nov. 5, for high school seniors interested in pursuing a bachelor's degree in nursing. The day will include a campus tour, admission and financial aid sessions, a faculty perspective, and a student panel. S...
Education majors offer Bedtime Stories program for young children
Elementary education majors are again offering their Bedtime Stories program to children in grades K-3 this fall and are introducing a Family Night program as well. Both events, sponsored by the Student Educators Association of Maine (SEAM) chapter, feature education majors reading...
World Affairs Council of Lakes Region presents “Global Warming: Paths to a Solution” on November 1
The newly established World Affairs Council of the Lakes Region, sponsored by the college, will present a program on climate change called "Global Warming: Paths to a Solution" on Monday, Nov. 1 at 6:30 p.m.  The program will show a short documentary about Arctic climate chan...
Cans for a Cure
Students and staff raised $1,292 for Q 97.9 Cans for a Cure by selling T-shirts, and by collecting bottles, can...
Continuing education workshop for CPAs on November 18
The CPA Series at Saint Joseph's College will hold a one-day workshop for certified public accountants on Thursday, Nov. 18, providing eight hours of Continuing Professional Education credits toward licensing requirements, including one hour of ethics. Topics include current accounting issues, ...
American Red Cross-certified courses now offered
The college is an authorized provider of the American Red Cross. Classes offered include CPR (adult/infant/child, health care professional and professional rescuers), lifeguard training, babysitter's training, and wilderness and remote first aid training, with recertification available for all ...
Professor Mark Green on MPBN show: Maine Things Considered
Environmental Science professor Mark Green speaks on Maine Public Radio about his ocean acidification research and his discovery that the clams' own shells can boost the bivalves' survival. Listen
Online courses receive Quality Matters status
Two online graduate courses have recently been awarded the Quality Matters status, a national standard for quality in course design. "Educational Leadership" and "Holistic Nursing" were found to meet all 17 review standards. ...
Faculty member publishes cookbook called “Old World Organics”
Brenda Bechtel of Cape Elizabeth recently published a 120-page cookbook titled, Old World Organics, featuring recipes from her mother's Sicilian and American heritage, all based on simple, pure and organic ingredients. Old World Organics, subtitled "From the old t...
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