Focus on Savings: Optical Training Store Announces Summer Hours





A reminder to all Goodwin students and employees to visit the Optical Training Store on the first floor at 403 Main Street. Summer hours of operation are Mondays and Wednesdays, 1 to 5 p.m., from May 9 to August 10. All that’s required for your visit is an eyeglass prescription, dated within one year. The store is a hands-on learning experience for Goodwin’s third semester Ophthalmic Science students, under the direct supervision of a licensed optician/instructor. Services include eyewear sales and consultations, minor repairs, and cleaning and adjustments of eyewear. For more information, please contact Maryann Santos at 860-727-6976 or msantos@goodwin.edu.

NAVS Basketball Playing UMASS Lowell For New England Conference Championship

On Tuesday night, at the Connecticut River Academy gym, the Goodwin College Basketball team defeated the Assumption College Greyhounds, 77-74 in overtime.
The win puts the Navs in a first-place tie with UMass Lowell, at 14-3 on the season.
On April 2nd, the team travels to UMass Lowell for the regular season finale against the River Hawks. The winner of that contest will be crowned the New England Conference Champions, and gain an automatic birth into the National Tournament in Pittsburgh, PA next month.
Go Navs!!

Scholarship Workshop – Date & Time Change



Please note: The scholarship workshop scheduled for Tuesday, April 5, has been moved to Friday, April 8, 11 a.m. to 12 p.m. in the Student Services Suite, Second Floor, One Riverside Drive. Questions: Greg Jordan at gjordan@goodwin.edu.

Tutor Table Cancellation



Please note: the Chem tutor table scheduled for 5 p.m. on Friday, March 11, has been cancelled for this week only. Students who want tutoring should contact the Academic Success Center at 860-913-2090 to make an individual appointment.

Navs Basketball Captain Mike Hemingway Earns Player of the Week Honors


Congratulations to Captain Mike Hemingway (Sr. New Britain - BS Public Safety and Security) on being named the NCBBA's New England Region Player of the Week.

Navigators Basketball by the Numbers



During the weekend of March 5, the Goodwin Navigators basketball team traveled to Saratoga, NY, and swept Skidmore College in a 3-game series. In February, the Navigators hosted Sacred Heart University and swept that 3-game series as well. Goodwin hosts UMass Lowell on Thursday, March 10, 6 p.m. at the Connecticut River Academy. The River Hawks are a game in front of us in the standings (10-2, we’re 9-2), and ranked 5th in the country. If the Navs win the New England Conference, we will represent the Region in the Nationals, later in the month. To view our standings, visit http://ncbbabasketball.org/league/conference/ and select New England.

Congratulations to These Scholarship Recipients


Scholarship Opportunities



Are you feeling overwhelmed and worried about paying for your classes in the summer? Have you ever earned $2,000 per hour working on an essay? You may qualify for a number of student scholarships this summer through the Goodwin College Foundation and generous friends of the College. Look for a description of the scholarships and an application link at http://www.goodwin.edu/giving/scholarships.asp. The deadline for submissions is Monday, April 11. If you have questions, contact Greg Jordan, Advancement Specialist, at 860-727-6969 or GJordan@goodwin.edu. APPLY TODAY!

New Excel Course Begins This Summer



The Computer Literacy Department would like to announce a new course dedicated to Excel beginning in the summer. This course is designed to develop students’ expertise managing Excel spreadsheets, leading to preparation to take the related Microsoft certification examination upon completion. The class is open to everyone who has passed CAP110 and Foundational Math or by departmental permission. For any questions regarding the course, please contact Annjanette Bennar at (860) 913-2310.

Spring Basket Spectacular

Nursing - Mock Interviews


GPS Resource of the Week: Dating Violence Isn’t Normal



Dating violence is violence or abuse between those in an intimate relationship. The abuse can be physical, sexual, psychological, or emotional. It can occur in person or electronically. If you are experiencing dating violence, there is help. Please contact the Title IX Coordinator at 860-727-6741 or the Therapist at 860-913-2072, or consult these resources: The Department of Justice, Office of Violence Against Women (https://www.justice.gov/ovw/dating-violence); Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Division of Violence Prevention (http://www.cdc.gov/ViolencePrevention/intimatepartnerviolence/teen_dating_violence.html); Love is Respect (http://www.loveisrespect.org/).