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Current Issue Highlights:

  • A Message from Cynthia Bacheller. Cynthia Bacheller, assistant director of Alumni and Parent Relations, advises parents regarding the Federal Education Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) and Saint Leo University’s Code of Conduct.
  • A Message from Dr. Michael Nastanski on Behalf of the Donald R. Tapia School of Business. Dr. Nastanski, dean of the Donald R. Tapia School of Business, welcomes parents to the new semester, provides insight into the school’s mission and strategic planning, and encourages parents to stay connected.
  • Health and Wellness Center – Resources for Your Health. Terry Dadez, director of the Health and Wellness Center, shares helpful links and information about keeping your student healthy while away at college.
  • Get the Scoop on Philanthropy Attracts More Than 400 Faculty, Staff, and Students. Elizabeth Barr, associate director of the Office of Sustained Giving, discusses this year’s plans to get the Saint Leo community excited about giving back to Saint Leo.
  • Time to Branch Out with the New Academic Building. Everyone in the Saint Leo community has an opportunity to be a part of “building” the New Academic Building.
  • Financial Aid Updates – Is Your Student Borrowing a Federal Loan? Amanda Black, associate director of Communication/Financial Literacy, explains the process for borrowing federal Direct Loans.
  • Words of Wisdom about Students’ Transition to College. Diana Shoemaker, student assistant in the Office of Alumni and Parent Relations, shares her insight for parents on the experience of transitioning to college.
  • Career Corner. Rob Liddell, director of the Office of Career Planning, offers a concrete example of how our students win over employers and provides the date for our next Career Fair.

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