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Legal Studies Students,
Join us and your Department Chair, Ms. Seny Taveras for this great workshop!
Learn how to prepare for your classes, midterms and finals, and how to get the most out of your Summer Semester.
When: Friday, 8/13, from 2pm to 3pm, via Zoom.
For more information, please email Ms. Shadeesha Brown at shadeeshabrown@asa.edu
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CampusNexus Update on Friday, July 30

Dear ASA Staff,   Please be advised that the CampusNexus / Portal and FA Regulatory upgrade to new version is scheduled for CampusNexus on Friday, July 30, 2021 at 3:30 AM EST The upgrade will start at 3:30 A.M. and is expected to be over by 7:00 A.M. Friday, July 30, 2021. For the time of upgrade, the CampusNexus application, Faculty and Student Portal, TMS will be unavailable. Please inform all your employees and faculty of the anticipated system downtime for NY and FL. Sorry for...

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Protecting Our Medical Future with a Health IT Degree

Protecting Our Medical Future with a Health IT Degree Health information technology, also called Health IT or HIT, is a vital part of patient medical care. It uses data technology to safely and accurately process, store, and exchange critical patient information in an electronic setting. Properly executed Health IT makes patient health records readily available for medical treatment, billing, legal use, and other purposes while still maintaining privacy and security. The Growing Field of Health Information Technology You could be a...

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Stress Survival Tips from ASA College

Stress Survival Tips College life is the first big step toward independence in a young person’s life. It’s a time of newfound freedom, excitement, and optimism. College is a chance to live away from home for the first time, build friendships that can last a lifetime, and learn the skills necessary to pursue a fulfilling career. Unfortunately, transitioning from childhood to adulthood doesn’t always go smoothly. After all, college is rife with heavy workloads, high financial costs, social adjustments, and...

Online Lecture by Professor Carlos Moreno: Freedom of Speech and Assembly