Goodwin College Student Nursing Association


A Message from I-91 Charter Oak Bridge Project

I-91 Northbound Exit 28 will close Wednesday night, May 29, and remain closed for the next two years. This will facilitate the first major stage of construction activity (lowering of southbound Routes 5/15 under I-91). Detour signs will direct I-91 northbound motorists seeking Routes 5/15 southbound at Exit 28 to follow the detour route as follows: Follow I-91 northbound to Exit 29 (to Routes 5/15 and cross over the Charter Oak Bridge). Take Exit 90 to Route 2 westbound. Take first Exit to East River Drive. Turn right on East River Drive. Turn right onto ramp for Routes 5/15 southbound.

Congratulations Michael Dority

Commencement Replay

Finish Line Fund Scholarship Recipients

Update the Career Services Team

Public Safety Society Meeting

Memorial Day

Graduation Announcement

Join a Club

A great networking event

No Classes - June 8th

All you can eat

Patriotic Picnic - FREE

Tutoring Help

Donuts and Coffee

Student Veterans Club

Student Veterans Club

Book Signing - Nancy Palker

Boston Bus Trip - Free to Students


Blood Drive

National Public Health Week

No More Paper Statements

Gardening 101

Meeting - Public Safety Society

Making Professional Connections

A must attend! Representatives from Associations representing Nursing – Public Health – Funeral Service – OTA - Human Services - Environmental Science – Early Childhood - Medical Assisting will be present at the event called “Making Professional Connections”.  Date of the event: April 2nd. Time is from 5:00 – 6:00.  Location is the  Community Room, located at One Riverside Drive.

Sign up today and plan on attending! Learn about professional associations in the Hartford area and how they can help you connect with professionals in your desired field - build contacts within your industry - grow as a professional.

RSVP to Deb Krawiec, Academic and Career Advisor or 860-913- 2252

Event sponsored by Academic Advising, in partnership with Career Services

Histology Information Session — April 16

The Goodwin Histology Program will host an information session on Tuesday, April 16, 2:45 p.m. in the Histology Lab at 2 King Court. Questions and RSVPs may be directed to Monica at

Career Fair is Coming

Registration Event

Women's Basketball - Players Wanted

Want to play or help out with the Basketball program? 

Email Coach Liz McKinley for details:

Child Care at Goodwin

Careers in Corrections

Undergrad Scholarship Opportunities

Are you feeling overwhelmed and worried about paying for your classes this summer? You may qualify for one or more scholarships available to undergraduate students through the Goodwin College Foundation and generous friends of the College. Look for a description of the scholarships and a link to the application at Minimum requirements include a 3.0 G.P.A. and proven financial need. The deadline for submissions is Friday, April 5. If you have questions, please refer to the scholarship FAQ section located on our website at If you have any questions, feel free to reach out to Sara Raffia at 860-727-6969 or APPLY TODAY!

Daylight Saving Time

Employee Giving Scholarship Recipients

Relaxation Stations

Sexual Assault Awareness Month

Presidents Day

Seeking Volunteers for CT Trees of Honor Memorial

Your time and generosity are needed to help maintain this beautiful memorial in Veterans Memorial Park, Middletown. A flowering tree and granite monument honors our state’s fallen service men and women who sacrificed their lives. The memorial was built four years ago and relies on dedicated volunteers to help maintain it from April through October. Help is needed to weed under trees and in flower gardens; clip spent rose blossoms; add mulch; sweep walkway and plazas; and water newer trees. No experience needed  — as little or as much time as you can give. Bring: kneeling pad, weeding tools, water bottle, boots, sunscreen, bug spray, bag/box for weeds collection. Restroom facilities in the park. Contact Sue Martucci, 860-841-4287,

Career Services Workshop

Black History Month

Celebrate Black Heritage Month with the Wadsworth Atheneum at a free preview screening of “The Green Book: Guide to Freedom,” a new documentary on Victor Green and his Green Book travel guide. The Negro Motorist Green Book helped African Americans navigate safe passage across America well into the 1960s. Explore some of the segregated nation's safe havens and notorious “sundown towns” and witness stories of struggle and indignity as well as opportunity and triumph. The screening is Tuesday, February 12, 6 to 8 p.m. Info and registration at:

Public Safety Society


Career Services is here for you

Public Safety Society

Comedy Night!

Shared Voices

Campus Closed on Monday, January 21

Blood Drive

First Week of Classes - Activities