General Archives - New Saint Andrews College

Graduation Rescheduled for Fall and Other Events

To give the class of 2020 the ceremony they had hoped for, graduation has been rescheduled, along with the President's Dinner. These events will be happening the same week as the opening of the fall school year. While not what we expected, combining these events...

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Cello Recital with Dr. Cole Tutino

Unable to play publicly, Dr. Cole Tutino has decided to live stream a cello recital. He'll be performing the Suite No. 3 in C Major for Solo Cello by J.S. Bach. Dr. Tutino shared his motivations for holding this recital: Shortly after New Saint Andrews began the...

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A Word from Conservatory Sponsor Kestrel

New Saint Andrews College Conservatory of Music is grateful to have Kestrel Realty Group as a faithful sponsor. As they continue to support music initiatives at the college and serve the community, we wanted to share their encouraging words: Kestrel Realty Group is proud to be...

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Virtual Visit Week | April 13-18

We are having a new and improved Virtual Visit Week as the COVID-19 situation continues to bar our normal visiting opportunities. The week will start with a welcome from President Ben Merkle. For the week, participants can join one of four academic tracks: Music Theology and Humanities Language Philosophy and...

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COVID-19 Update (March 15, 2020)

COVID-19 Update (March 15, 2020) In response to the COVID-19 situation, the administration of New Saint Andrews College has determined to temporarily move all class instruction to an online format. This change will take effect for the first two weeks of Westminster Term (March 16-27). In...

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COVID-19 Update (March 12, 2020)

COVID-19 Update (March 12, 2020) The administration of New Saint Andrews College continues to monitor the spread of COVID-19 and assess its impact upon college operations and related activities. For future updates on the college’s response to this evolving situation, go to www.nsa.edu/connect/#news-events. College officials met yesterday...

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COVID-19 Preparedness and Information

Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) This is not intended to be comprehensive and should not be considered to be providing medical or legal advice. In all instances, you should consult with your doctor for guidance specific to your circumstances. The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) is responding to...

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COVID-19 and Spring Break

For all students: with the outbreak of COVID-19, Professor Tim Griffith has given some practical advice for anyone traveling during Spring Break. Please read his guiding remarks carefully. The faculty and administration are praying your break is safe and fun....

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President’s Day and the Order of Time

From Dr. Chris Schlect: Idaho is one of eight states that will recognize “President’s Day” next Monday. The origins of the holiday trace back to the time following the Civil War when Congress closed federal offices for a day to mark the anniversary of George Washington’s...

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