When people think of work study, they often imagine boring, mindless work that students do to earn money. A quick Google search reveals that colleges and universities most commonly offer students positions in tutoring, library, computer lab, and fitness center. Often these positions lend few.
Due to COVID restrictions, I boarded alone this past semester for the first time since coming to Sattler. While occupying my own room limited distractions, it also made me realize the richness of Sattler dorm life and how much I miss having roommates. I began to appreciate in a new way the.
We as a Sattler community look forward to the coming year and what it will bring. We took a poll among students and staff to learn what our mutual hopes and desires are for 2021. As a body, here’s what we’re hoping.
When new Sattler students arrive on campus, their first assignment for their Expository Writing class is to compose a short essay describing an especially effective educational experience they have had. As we anticipate the arrival of our largest class of freshmen this week, we feature here the.
Internships take learning beyond the classroom giving real perspective on gained knowledge. When preparing for careers, your experience outside the classroom are an integral part of your academic experience at Sattler College. Hear how 3 Sattler Student internships put theory into practice.
Sattler Talks: Lecture Series Number One On February 28, Dennis P. Hollinger, president of Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary, presented “Head, Heart, and Hands: A Theological Paradigm for Christian Education” to an evening gathering of Sattler students, along with interested local visitors and.
Bustling cobblestone streets, numerous shops, and the North End’s large, open-air markets are only a few attractions that add to the character of Boston. It is one of the oldest cities in America and offers many opportunities to see a snapshot of colonial America. Sattler College students.
Imagine yourself walking down a narrow, mauve-carpeted stairway and stepping into a noisy basement room. Students from many ethnicities sit shoulder-to-shoulder around circular tables, and Spanish and Mandarin blend with English in the dinner conversations. Colorful dishes of food line the.
Not every class at Sattler has a professor somersaulting across the classroom floor, or students waving their arms above their heads as they pretend to be trees, or a couple of guys dueling with plastic swords—but in the context of Hebrew class, anything can happen.
“Journey groups...have really pushed me to seek God more.” -Matthew Baugher Every week, students at Sattler College meet in small discipleship groups composed of several students and a supportive staff leader. Journey groups are an integral part of Christian discipleship here at Sattler.