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Excelsior College & Zone 5 Training Academy announce degree pathway for Capital Region law enforcement

Excelsior College and Zone 5 Training Academy today announced an educational agreement that will provide more than 7,500 Capital Region law enforcement... [read more]

Statement on the death of Dr. John Ebersole, second president of Excelsior College

A message from Dr. James N. Baldwin, President of Excelsior College: It is with deep regret and much personal sadness that I... [read more]

Excelsior Cares means helping others throughout the year

Excelsior Life traditionally marks the week of Thanksgiving by reflecting on the past year and campus-wide participation on projects and initiatives focused... [read more]

How a passion for cyber molds a student’s career path

Weylin Leavitt has turned his cybersecurity interest into a lifestyle. His involvement with Excelsior College’s cybersecurity program has led him to become... [read more]

8 Remarkable Military & Veterans Stories to Recognize for Veterans Day

We appreciate you! Here’s a recap of some remarkable veteran-related Excelsior College stories from this past year in recognition of Veterans Day... [read more]

Excelsior College and Trilogy Health Services partner to provide comprehensive educational advancement opportunities to nurses

Excelsior College has announced a new corporate partnership with the healthcare company, Trilogy Health Services. Under the new agreement, employees of Trilogy... [read more]

Passionate Pursuits: Advancing musical art through education and performance

The purpose of Excelsior Life’s Passionate Pursuits is to shine a light on faculty and staff successfully balancing work, home and family... [read more]

Excelsior College a “Best for Vets” institution for the seventh time in a row

Excelsior College has been recognized as a “Best for Vets” College for the seventh consecutive year by Military Times. The eighth annual... [read more]

Life Unboxed: Pizza Hut employee unlocks her potential

Sara Phinney of Los Angeles, California, hadn’t attended college in more than 15 years and was 30 credits away from earning her... [read more]

Passionate Pursuits: Work colleagues share Star Trek sentiment

Val Zeese and Toby Hamlin both work at Excelsior College. Outside of work, they share a similar sentiment and are huge Star... [read more]

Dr. James Baldwin appointed President of Excelsior College

Dr. James N. Baldwin has been named president of Excelsior College, the institution announced today. Baldwin had been serving as the College’s... [read more]

Were You Seen? Healing Moments 2016

On Monday, October 24, Excelsior College partnered up with Albany County Executive Daniel P. McCoy to present the next addition in the... [read more]

Urgent Care: Chris Colter delivers life-saving treatment

Nothing in his 20-year medical career, Chris Colter says, compares to the moment the mobile stroke unit he works on went into... [read more]

Commencement Stories: Earning multiple degrees, graduate now helps others as an intern instructor

Magda Maria Sfeir-Monroe is a 2016 Excelsior College graduate. Originally from Utica, New York and now residing in Albany, New York, she... [read more]

Bachelor-level technology degrees earn new accreditation from ABET

The School of Business and Technology at Excelsior College announced the initial accreditation of its Bachelor of Science in Information Technology program... [read more]

Laurie Carbo-Porter named acting dean, School of Health Sciences at Excelsior College

Laurie Carbo-Porter, PhD, RN has assumed the role of acting dean of the School of Health Sciences at Excelsior College, the private,... [read more]

Excelsior provost Hanner steps aside, Sopczyk named interim

Dr. James Baldwin, acting president of Excelsior College, has issued the following statement: Earlier this month our Provost Dr. Mary Beth Hanner... [read more]

Excelsior College and Black Nurses Rock partner up to promote diversity and student success

Excelsior College has announced a new academic partnership with the non-profit organization, Black Nurses Rock. Black Nurses Rock is the largest black... [read more]

Serving the underserved: Scaling out services to at-risk students

The benefits of a college degree are inarguable — college graduates make more money, have better job prospects, commit less crime, lead... [read more]

Open Educational Resources (OER) save college students money

Open Educational Resources (OER) are a trend in distance learning with a cost savings benefit for students. Kimberly Barss, Interim Lead Instructional... [read more]