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Students and Parents

A comprehensive Teach-Out Plan includes teach-out agreements with accredited colleges and universities that provide program-specific pathways for all students at institutions that are closing to complete their degrees without interruption, so students don’t lose time or credits. Learn more about the teach-out plan here.

Teach-Out Plan

Records Retention

We are pleased to share that The College of Saint Rose and the University at Albany have reached an agreement regarding the retention of Saint Rose transcripts. Under this agreement, Saint Rose transcripts will be transferred to the University over the course of the next 7 months. As required, the University at Albany will maintain Saint Rose transcripts in perpetuity and provide continued access to Saint Rose students and alumni. Click below for more information.

Records Retention

Frequently Asked Questions for Students and Parents

Should you have a question after reading the FAQs, email questions@strose.edu. This page will continue to be updated, as appropriate, so please check back.

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End dates for the following campus services:

  • May 31: Camelot Room and CDTA Free Ride program close.
  • May 31: Usherwood Print Center closes. The mailroom will continue normal operations.
  • June 14: Final day for online bookstore sales
  • June 18: Final day for all bookstore sales.

Community

The College of Saint Rose’s commitment to delivering distinctive and comprehensive liberal arts and professional programs will live on through the contributions of each member of the Saint Rose community, past and present.

What will happen to the College campus and other real estate owned by the College?

This is one of the matters that the Board is working to address. The College will partner with city, county and state economic development agencies as well as the Pine Hills Neighborhood Association to make a determination.

If you have thoughts or ideas on the future of the Saint Rose campus, submit them to campusideas@strose.edu. Your email will be shared with those involved in the campus planning process.

Important news about your @strose.edu accounts

The College is working diligently to take the steps needed to close the College in an orderly manner that meets all regulatory requirements. One of those requirements is the termination of all vendor contracts, including the @strose.edu email accounts. With this contract termination, students and alumni will no longer be able to use their  email accounts. We understand that many users have a large amount of data stored in their accounts. We suggest migrating this data to a new email account as soon as possible to ensure you do not lose important information.

This must be completed by August 31, 2024.

These instructions will ensure a smooth transition:

  • Go to .
  • Select the data you want to export, including “Gmail.”
  • Choose the file format and delivery method.
  • Click “Create export.”
  • You will receive a download link once the export is complete.
  • You can then import your emails into your personal email client or convert them to a different format using a third-party tool. For detailed, step-by-step instructions on how to perform this task, .

Additional information about how to .
If you run into any issues, please call Google Takeout directly using their toll-free number: 1-855-548-2777.