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Published by Saint Leo's Office of University Communications in conjunction with the Office of Alumni and Parent Relations, the Parent Connection e-newsletter is sent six times a year — twice per the fall and spring semesters and twice in the summer.

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Current Issue Highlights:

  • A Message from Cynthia Bacheller. Our assistant director of Alumni and Parent Relations makes 10 recommendations for how your students can use their summer break toward advancing their career goals.
  • A Message from Dr. Ronda Mariani on behalf of the Tapia School of Business. Dr. Ronda Mariani elaborates on her personal experiences with your sons and daughters, provides some highlights from the Tapia School of Business, and shares some exciting wins by Phi Beta Lamda, Saint Leo’s chapter of Future Business Leaders of America.
  • Student Services Feature: Office of Residence Life Honored with Awards at Florida Resident Assistant Symposium. Our associate director of Residence Life shared the exciting news regarding Saint Leo University’s Office of Residence Life receipt of seven awards after competing at the Florida Resident Assistant Symposium (FRAS) in February.
  • Changes toward Excellence: New Online Housing Selection Process. The new online housing selection process is explained by Sean VanGuilder, director of Residence Life.
  • Our Community with Student Assistant Diana Shoemaker. Diana interviewed Samantha Byrd, a junior at Saint Leo University and the vice president of activities for the Student Government Union, regarding her experiences planning the First Annual Breast Cancer 5K Run/Walk.
  • Career Corner with Rob Liddell. Rob Liddell, director of Career Planning, shares his insight on Evergreen State College’s new assessment and how the culture at Saint Leo University, should a student take full advantage, is ideal for providing similar transformations.

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