One of the greatest perks of going to D’Youville is the abundance of opportunities to volunteer in the communities of Buffalo, and even those of distant cities. Since attending D’Youville I have been offered countless opportunities to build a resume full of community service activities (Those DL Manager e-mails are worth reading sometimes!). Campus Ministries is a great place to start looking for a way to give back if its something that interests you.
During your last year of high school, you’ll be surrounded by teachers, parents, older siblings, and just about everyone, who will all ask you the same question. What are you doing after you graduate?
One of the biggest stresses in college is having a lack of money. Starting as a freshman this year I’ve already watched my hard earned bank account start to dwindle, and I have 4 years left in college. By making many money mistakes my first semester I have learned how to properly budget and spend my money. Continue reading
Being that I am from Ohio and I don’t have a car I had no choice but to dorm. I live several stories up in D’Youville’s Marguerite Hall which, you guessed it, was named after Sister Marguerite D’Youville. I live with my roommate Abby. I love living in the dorms for several reasons.