Keylla Capote, a 2016 BSN graduate of Excelsior College, discusses her experiences as a first generation college student.
Following a rigorous peer-review process, Excelsior College’s School of Nursing has been designated as a Center of Excellence in Nursing Education by the National League for Nursing for the fourth consecutive time. The designation, which […]
Excelsior College is one of six colleges which have agreed to accept students from Dowling College, a failing Long Island institution which will close after its accreditation is withdrawn on August 31. Under the agreement, […]
Hannah Lynch, a Student Success Coach at Excelsior College, discusses her work with first-generation college students.
As part of the Nyquist Leadership Series, Excelsior College brought together experts from across the country for a panel discussion exploring the reciprocal relationship between health and economic development – the investment of resources into […]
Excelsior College will host its annual Commencement ceremony on July 8 in Albany, New York at the Empire State Plaza. More than 2,400 individuals are expected to attend, including nearly 400 graduates, accompanied by their […]
Longtime chief information officers reflect on how their day-to-day activities have changed and what skills are most important for today’s IT leaders. That increased focus on security is something Wayne Brown has picked up on […]
Sometimes in higher education common sense and doing the right thing for students supersede competition, policies, and politics (SARA may quickly come to mind). An example, the newly-minted Consortium for the Assessment of College Equivalency […]
John F. Ebersole, LPD, president of Excelsior College, will take an extended leave of absence, effective June 15, to concentrate on his health issues. Ebersole was diagnosed with myelodysplastic syndromes (MDS) in February 2016 and […]