Two USJ students, Sandra “Sandy” Vicuna ‘18 and Lizaida “Liz” Collazo ’18, were recognized for receiving the Town & County Club Scholarship through the Hartford Foundation for Public Giving on May 18, 2017.
Whether you are an undergraduate, graduate, or adult learner, our two summer sessions will provide you with the opportunity to move ahead in your academic goals.
Battle, founding director of the Master of Social Work program and professor of Social Work at USJ, gave the keynote address, "Stand Up Social Workers," at the 32nd annual Social Workers Stand Up Conference.
Whether undergraduate students attend the University as a traditional four-year student, a transfer student, or an adult learner, their time at USJ often proves transformational
"I feel confident entering into the field of Behavior Analysis not only because of a sound education from USJ - though the program should certainly be commended for its comprehensiveness - but also because of the knowledge that my professors will continue to support my future endeavors."
Janay's contribution to campus life, combined with her academic achievements and tradition of exceeding expectations held by her superiors, earned Janay the Region I NASPA Catch a Rising Star award at the region's conference in November.
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