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Research like a pro with the Excelsior College Library

                Whether you’re a new Excelsior student or a returning one, we know that your first research project of the year can seem like a daunting task. Luckily, the fully-online Excelsior College Library has everything...  [Read More]

New Courses in Leadership

“If I cannot do great things, I can do small things in a great way.” This statement, made by Martin Luther King Jr., reflects the personal humility and social responsibility that is sometimes needed to be a transformative leader. Who are transformative...  [Read More]

Two New CPNE Resources

December 2016 We are pleased to offer two new resources to assist CPNE eligible students who are preparing for the CPNE 1. Free CPNE Webinars: Conversations with Kim Once a month Assistant Dean Kim Hedley will give a presentation to help you...  [Read More]

Interview with Paul Kelly, HR Executive: What I Look for in an Interview

FREE Career Services Webinar! Executive Insight Series: Interview with Paul Kelly, HR Executive What I Look for in an Interview Wednesday, December 7th, 2016 1:30 – 2:30pm EST REGISTER TODAY! Going beyond your traditional interviewing information. Gain a different perspective on the...  [Read More]

New Course Premiering October 2016 – PSY 364: Industrial Organizational Psychology

PSY 364: I/O Psychology           Who should take this class?  Anyone who has a job. What the heck is it? Industrial/Organizational Psychology (I/O Psychology) is the study of psychology in the workplace.   What do you learn? How to: Recruit and keep the right...  [Read More]

Step into the Past with a New Game-Based History Course: HIS350: World War I

“Europe today is a powder keg and the leaders are like men smoking in an arsenal … A single spark will set off an explosion that will consume us all … I cannot tell you when that explosion will occur, but I...  [Read More]

Worried About Citing? The Library can help!

If you’re new to Excelsior College or if you’re returning for the 2016-2017 school year, your instructor may have mentioned something about citing your sources for your next research paper. You may have also read the Excelsior College Academic Honesty Policy and...  [Read More]

History Course Revised to Eliminate Textbook Costs: HIS325: African American History

Beginning in the Summer I 2016 term, a popular upper-level history course, HIS325: African American History, no longer includes any required textbook costs for students. Instead, students have access to the two volume textbook, To Make Our World Anew by Robin D.G....  [Read More]

Quick Guide: Getting registered for the Fall Trimester

It’s already that time again, huh?  If you’re planning on taking courses for the Fall Trimester, this quick guide to getting your ducks in a row will help you stay up to date on deadlines and reminders.  Please see the checklist below:...  [Read More]

New look for the Library’s Research Guides!

The library’s Research Guides have a fresh new look and some great new features! Unfamiliar with our Research Guides?  Research Guides are a starting point for your research. The librarians select the best databases (“First Picks”), eBooks, websites and other resources that...  [Read More]