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Andruss Library is open late Sundays through Thursdays until midnight, as well as after-hours study in The Gathering Place and Schweiker Room from midnight to 2 a.m., Sundays through Wednesdays.
Wireless Internet connection is available. However, no computers are provided during after-hours study. 

Did you know?

Andruss Library is open late Sundays through Thursdays until midnight, as well as after-hours study in The Gathering Place and Schweiker Room from midnight to 2 a.m., Sundays through Wednesdays.

Wireless Internet connection is available. However, no computers are provided during after-hours study. 

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Interested in earning your MBA? Join us on October 22, 2014 in Centennial Hall 201 for an informational seminar on Bloomsburg University’s AACSB accredited MBA program.

This AACSB-accredited MBA program is focused on developing leadership skills and provides the theoretical, analytical and operational expertise managers need to meet the challenges of managing human and material resources in dynamic, competitive environments.
Our MBA program offers management education that’s designed to provide theoretical, analytical and operational expertise that leaders need to meet the challenges of managing in dynamic, competitive environments. BU’s program is fully accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business.

bloomsburg-university-mba:

Interested in earning your MBA? Join us on October 22, 2014 in Centennial Hall 201 for an informational seminar on Bloomsburg University’s AACSB accredited MBA program.

This AACSB-accredited MBA program is focused on developing leadership skills and provides the theoretical, analytical and operational expertise managers need to meet the challenges of managing human and material resources in dynamic, competitive environments.

Our MBA program offers management education that’s designed to provide theoretical, analytical and operational expertise that leaders need to meet the challenges of managing in dynamic, competitive environments. BU’s program is fully accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business.

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SLED (Students Linked to the Education of the Deaf) promotes professional development by having guest speakers come to challenge our students. This month’s special speakers were the Walter family.Three of their five children attended Camp HERO (Here Everyone Really is One) in July 2014. Annabelle and Ally were returning campers, whereas Austin was able to go for the first time.

The children, as well as their parents, shared their perspective on the the camp. Mr. and Mrs. Walter also shared with BU students insights into raising their children all with varying degrees of hearing and various language needs.

In attendance at this month’s meeting were students of various majors registered with an area of concentration in Education of the Deaf/HH. Other guests were students currently taking ASL 1. The room was filled to capacity.

SLED also exists to raise funds to provide camperships to deaf or hard-of-hearing children who might not otherwise be able to attend Camp HERO, which takes place at Camp Victory in Millville during the last week in July each year. The campership monies are distributed by the Camp HERO Board of Directors on an as needed basis to families applying for camperships and submitting the required documentation.

During the meeting, SLED presented a $1,100 check to Jodie Ackerman, camp director, which was a highlight to have campers there while we made the presentation.

SLED meets the first Thursday of every month at 7 p.m. in Navy Hall 207. Meetings are open to students of all majors.

SLED Executive Board

  • President - Natalie Roca
  • Vice President - Grace Sipler
  • Treasurer - Schylar Cook
  • Secretary - Valerie Mussey
  • Fundraising - Jenna Diefenbacher and Kelli Grubb 
  • Public Relations - Rachel Barlage and Kaitlin Scudy
  • Historian - Kate Mochnacz and Heidi Stoudt
  • Advisors - Deborah Stryker, Ph.d., and Patricia Stoudt, Ph.D.

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