Mount Saint Mary’s College students volunteer to help incoming freshmen

Fifty students from the school’s Knight Summer Connections Program volunteered at four locations serving their local community. The program assists incoming students transition smoothly from high school to college.

Rob Taub

Aug 19, 2023, 8:24 PM

Updated 248 days ago

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A group of students from Mount Saint Mary’s College on Saturday came together to help the incoming freshmen class for the fall semester.
Fifty students from the school’s Knight Summer Connections Program volunteered at four locations serving their local community. The program assists incoming students transition smoothly from high school to college.
The locations for the program’s event included Habitat for Humanity of Greater Newburgh, Sanctuary Healing Gardens, Newburgh Armory Unity Center and the Deacon Jack Seymour Food Pantry.


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