Names Left to right: London Booker, Agustin Rodriguez, Eric Read, Lindsay Canon, Andrew Benedict, Krystal Herrick, Ben Conception- Junious, President Martin, Allison Smith.
ROCHESTER, N.Y. —Eight Roberts Wesleyan College Students joined President John Martin and Associate Vice President of Government, Corporate and Foundation Relations Kelly Smith for Student Advocacy Day in Albany, NY this Tuesday.
New York Student Aid Alliance Advocacy Day is an opportunity for New York State students, faculty, financial aid and opportunity program administrators and other staff, as well as legislators, higher education policymakers and staff to come together to show support for student aid funding and higher education.
Last year, more than 800 high school and college students, faculty and staff from across New York State visited Albany to share their stories about the value of state student aid programs.
About Roberts Wesleyan College
With an enrollment of nearly 1,800 students and a tradition of excellence since 1866, Roberts Wesleyan College is a leader among liberal arts and professional studies colleges with a Christian worldview. Striving for higher learning with a higher purpose, the college offers more than 50 undergraduate programs taught by high-quality, caring faculty, and graduate programs in business, education, health administration, healthcare informatics administration, marketing, nursing, school counseling and school psychology, and social work. Innovative undergraduate degree-completion programs are also available for working adults in health administration, nursing, organizational management and teacher education.