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Medaille College Commencement Program from the May 18, 2012 ceremonies held at Kleinhans Music Hall in Buffalo for graduate and undergraduate students.

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  • Friday, the eighteenth day of May Two thousand and twelve

    Kleinhans Music Hall Buffalo, New York

    for theGraduate andUndergraduateClasses of

    2012

    C O M M E N C E M E N T

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  • 20122012 CCOOMMMMEENNCCEEMMEENNTT

    BUFFALO, N EW YORK2

    BOARD OF TRUSTEES

    Charles E. Moran, Jr.Chair, Board of Trustees

    Richard T. Jurasek, Ph.D.President of the College

    Stuart H. AngertBoard Vice Chair

    Stephen L. Cicchinelli 98

    Lawrence Costa

    David Elias

    Peter J. Freyburger, D.V.M.

    Horace A. Gioia, Esq.

    Robert S. Graber 96

    Ellen E. Grant, Ph.D., LCSW-R

    Juanita K. Hunter, Ed.D.Board Secretary

    Margaret Kafka 90

    James K. Morrell

    William H. Pearce, Jr.

    Darius G. Pridgen 07

    Heidi A. Raphael 85

    Dale Stephens 99, 06President of the AlumniAssociation Board

    Robert L. Stevenson

    Robby Takac 86

    Rocco Termini

    Donald R. Tomasulo 79

    Kenneth D. Trbovich 99

    Michael K. WalshBoard Treasurer

    Joseph E. Wolfson

    Medaille College Mission StatementMedaille College concentrates on excellence in teaching, with an emphasis on personal attention to itsdiverse student body. Its curriculum provides a solid liberal arts and sciences foundation with early accessto career-oriented education. The faculty and all of those involved in the mission of education challengestudents and themselves to the highest possible standards of achievement, but that challenge is balancedby support for every individual student and a concern that each one succeeds.

    Historical OverviewWith locations in Buffalo, Amherst, and Rochester, New York, Medaille College is a private, four-yearcollege committed to serving the higher education needs of Western and Central New York, and SouthernOntario. Known for its flexible delivery systems, the College offers masters, bachelors, and associatedegrees through day, evening, weekend, and online programs, and has introduced its first doctoraldegree in clinical psychology.

    As of October 2009, Medaille College has partnered with Dalian Maritime University in a cross-borderinitiative providing international students the opportunity to study in the United States.

    Medaille College traces its roots to 1875, when it was founded by the Sisters of St. Joseph as an institute toprepare teachers. In 1937, the Sisters received an absolute charter from New York State and their institutionwas named Mount St. Joseph Teachers College, chartered to grant baccalaureate degrees in education.

    In 1968, the Sisters of St. Joseph, led by Alice Huber, SSJ, Ph.D., initiated a change in the charter, which wouldcreate a new, co-educational college. New York State granted this charter andMedaille College was born.

    In the 1970s, Medaille experienced rapid expansion. Student enrollment grew, and new facilities, likethe Downey Science Building, were built to meet the demands of new degrees and program options.

    In 1991, the College implemented a resident student program, attracting students from throughout NewYork State and Southern Ontario. Three years later, the Kevin I. Sullivan Campus Center opened, offeringstudents a setting for athletic, dining, recreational, and co-curricular activities. The Sullivan CampusCenter, with its Trbovich Alumni Tower, serves as home to the Colleges National Collegiate AthleticAssociation Division III sports program, which has seen tremendous success in its short history.

    In fall 2001, Medaille opened its first residence hall, followed two years later by a second residence hall,bringing the total number of resident students to nearly 350 and creating an even greater need for campusfacilities for recreation and for learning. Medaille met that need by expanding the Sullivan Campus Center,renovating the Huber Hall Library, and installing new parking areas and a quadrangle green space.

    Expansion has also continued at Medailles branch campuses, which deliver adult and graduate programs.With a need for more space and upgraded facilities, the Amherst Campus moved to its new locationat 30 Wilson Road, Williamsville, N.Y., in May 2007. In June 2009, the Rochester Campus relocatedto 1880 South Winton Road in Rochester, N.Y., with classrooms, study space, and an expanded libraryin a dedicated facility.

    In June 2007, Medaille welcomed its sixth president, Richard T. Jurasek, Ph.D. Under his leadership, theCollege has committed to develop partnerships with local organizations, to contribute to the educational,civic and economic development of the region, and to focus on strategic planning and assessment. Inaddition, the College completed a construction project that doubled the size of Huber Hall with a newStudent Success Center. The new building brings academic and student support services under one roof.

    Soon after the Student Success Center opened in fall 2011, expansion of the Sullivan Campus Centerbegan in a project that will create a new 3,000-square-foot fitness center, an event center with a 600-personcapacity, new locker rooms, a late-night snack shop, and dedicated student group and meeting spaces.

    Medailles annual budget is now $59.9 million and the annual economic impact of Medaille on ourcommunity exceeds $147 million. The College has 90 full-time faculty and over 200 part-time faculty.The Colleges total enrollment has increased to 2700 students, making Medaille the fifth largest privatecollege in Western New York.

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