I’m a student in the HCOP program at D’Youville. What is HCOP? It stands for Health Careers Opportunity Program and it’s a federally-funded outreach and academic support program for high school and current D’Youville college students interested in careers in healthcare.
One of D’Youville College’s (unintentionally) best-kept secrets is the Women’s Rowing team. Rowing, or Crew as it is also called, is a relatively popular collegiate-level sport, although much of the college community doesn’t realize what a great activity it is to not only do, but watch.
Whether you are a freshman or a transfer student at D’Youville, if this is your first time living on your own, there will be plenty of things that you are unfamiliar with. One dimension that most of us really struggle with is: food. How can I cook three meals a day and still have time for class and homework? Well, read on for Amy’s tips and tricks to surviving on your own.
After finally getting to Sydney, Australia, I’ve realized that all of the preparations for study abroad and the hours of working were worth it. Chicago was experiencing some trouble the day I was supposed to fly out, so my flight was delayed a day. When I arrived, I walked into the CAPA family. The student group gets along well, and the support staff is very attentive to our interests and goals while we are here. This includes both our academic goals as well as what we’d like to see and do while we’re here.