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1. Sit where you can be seen so you can really be a part of the class and engage in discussions.

2. Take notes confidently. It’s easy to forget the information your instructor is giving you about class expectations or rules. Taking down the details will give you a road map to success.

3. Reach out to at least one other student. This will make the day easier for both of you and you’ll have a partner to work thru assignments with.

4. Take some after-class initiative. School activities, clubs and sports are great ways to meet people and become part of the entire school experience.

5. Breathe and be confident! No one does this alone. Introduce yourself to instructors, set your goals and get to work. You can do this!

The faculty and staff of ASA College welcome you to Spring Semester 2016!

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We stand together 

We stand together Laws and regulations that single out vulnerable members of our community are divisive and unjust. We stand together. International students representing over 125 countries are enrolled at ASA College. Over 30% percent of our student body is international. With the firmest conviction we believe that international students are crucial to ASA’s stated mission of educating a diverse and qualified student population. No institution of higher learning educates truly qualified students without the diversity of thought, perspectives, and...

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NYC Health and Hospitals opens antibody testing to all New Yorkers

NYC Health and Hospitals open antibody testing to all New Yorkers Covid-19 antibody testing previously only offered to health care workforce will now be offered by walk-in at NYC Health + Hospitals 11 acute facilities. All New Yorkers should get a Covid-19 swab test and an antibody test.  (New York, NY – June 26, 2020) — NYC Health + Hospitals today announced expanded, walk-in antibody testing for all New Yorkers. The health system will begin offering free Covid -19 antibody tests...

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Welcome to the 2020 Summer Semester!

Welcome to the 2020 Summer Semester! All of you are probably a bit apprehensive, concerned, or even scared.  You are not alone.  We all are.  We are indeed living in extraordinarily challenging times.  I sincerely hope that you and your loved ones are continuing to successfully navigate and adapt to the new norms. The good news is that the pandemic appears to have eased in NY and the situation will soon be back to normal.  However, it will not be soon enough to open our on-ground NY campuses for...