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Athletic Awesomeness on the Weekend

Our program is called The College Experience because that is exactly what it gives our talented students! The students have the advantage of a residential experience within the proximity of The College of Saint Rose and having access to all the resources on campus. On Saturday, February 17, 2018 many of the students chose to…

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Sweet Treats Café Opened on Valentine’s Day

The College Experience students are gaining valuable insight on business skills thanks to their instructor, Edith “Plummy” Chase in a new class called, “Sweet Treats Café. Their business officially launched on Wednesday, February 14, 2018 (a.k.a. Valentine’s Day). The business is going to be set up in the Living Resources, Inc. cafetorium from now until May 9th, 2018…

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Apple Picking with the Alumni

The alumni of the College Experience in the Transitions and Community Living Programs recently had the chance to embrace one of the most profound harbingers of autumn.  We visited Bowman Orchards in Rexford, NY on a beautiful day on Sunday, September 17, 2017 that boasts farm animals, entertainment, and ice cream in addition to hundreds…

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The Alumni Beachfront Bash at Wildwood, NJ

At the College Experience we enjoy having some of our students continue their adventures and learning experiences with us as alumni. The Awesome Activities Club take interested alumni to many different activities throughout the Albany area and sometimes many miles beyond their neighborhood. Staff is always on hand to help with planning as well as…

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Congrats, Class of 2017!

by Jesse A. Saperstein During the second weekend in May, the College Experience held its annual graduation barbecue, celebrating the class of 2017! The weather was beautiful, and it was a chance to finally say goodbye to any remnants of winter time.  Most important, this was a chance to congratulate the seniors for making it…

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International Cultures Opens New Worlds

Can you read Cyrillic (the Russian alphabet)? Our students in International Cultures can, and have used a Cyrillic key to identify cities all the way from Нью-Йорк and Чикаго, to Санкт-Петербург! (For those of you new to Russian, that’s New York and Chicago, to Saint Petersburg!) In our International Cultures class, students and immersed in…

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