Mildred Elley Blog
The Massage Therapy programs on each campus recently published and distributed to all enrolled program students a Massage Therapy Student Handbook. The Massage Therapy student handbook outlines the mission, philosophy, and goals of the program as well as the program’s conceptual framework and expected instructional outcomes.
The faculty of Mildred Elley have begun a cross-campus academic review of ENG 102, English Composition. Similar to the academic reviews that were conducted for the Freshman Seminar and Anatomy and Physiology courses, each campus will convene a group of interested faculty members to review the course syllabus, textbook, grading rubrics, assignments, rigor, and student learning outcomes of ENG 102, English Composition.
In response to student demand and increased academic rigor, Mildred Elley has augmented the number of scheduled tutoring sessions offered at each campus.
Students enrolled at Mildred Elley are succeeding because they are taking advantage of the various scheduled tutoring sessions offered on campus.
These scheduled tutoring sessions focus on subject areas such as anatomy and physiology, science, writing, mathematics, nursing, business management, paralegal studies, and massage therapy.
A complete listing of the scheduled tutoring sessions on each campus is available at www.mildred-elley.edu/student-portal.
Administrative Professionals’ Day, formerly known as Secretaries’ Day, is observed annually in the United States on Wednesday of the last full week of April. Long before this holiday was first established in 1952, Mildred Elley has been on the cutting edge of training students for administrative careers in the Albany, New York area. Since Mrs. Elley began to train students in shorthand and typing skills in her Quail Street home in 1917, thousands of students have graduated from the school with the skill sets necessary to provide administrative support in a great variety of settings.
Being a student is stressful on your schedule, yes, but it can also be stressful on your bank account. The more time you spend in classes and studying means less time working. Which means less money. This temporary sacrifice is just that, however. Temporary. With your career training you will be more prepared to enter the workplace and earn a living wage to support yourself and your family.