Are you new to the Mentor program and want to meet up with your mentor? Look no further! Come to our Mentor Kickoff event and meet your mentor/mentee, enjoy lunch, and participate in a variety of activities to get to know each other!
Fall Fest is back and better than ever! Check out all of the activities happening on campus that day with food trucks, giveaways, activities, and more! Sponsored by Student Life.
Club Days are back for Fall 2018! These days are provided as an opportunity for clubs to meet and host events on campus! No Student Life events will be hosted on these days, so be sure to plan events for everyone to learn more about your club!
Other club days for the Fall 2018 semester are as follows:
- November 8
- December 6
Cellist/composer Jonathan Golove is a native of Los Angeles, California and a resident of Buffalo, New York, where he serves as Associate Professor in the University at Buffalo’s Department of Music. Mr. Golove’s career is marked by its versatility, sense of adventure, and commitment to the performance of both new and traditional works, as well as of improvised music. He has been featured as soloist with the Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra, Slee Sinfonietta, New York Virtuoso Singers, and, as a baroque cellist, with the USC Early Music Ensemble. He has recorded for the Albany, Centaur, CRI, Albuzerque, and Nine Winds labels, and his performances and interviews have been broadcast by numerous National public radio stations, as well as the West German Radio, Radio Nuevo León, and Radio France. His summer festival appearances include the Sebago-Long Lake and Roycroft Chamber Music Festivals, as well as numerous festivals devoted to new works, including June in Buffalo, the North American New Music Festival, the Aki Festival of New Music, and the Festival del Centro Histórico, Mexico City. A member of the critically acclaimed Baird Trio, Mr. Golove is a former member of the Elisha and June In Buffalo String Quartets, and has performed as a guest with the Cassatt Quartet and the Cleveland Octet.
Recharge and relax during midterm week with Villa Recharge! Stop down to participate in some stress reducing activities, get a massage, and learn more about what our service providers can do to help you during stressful times! Sponsored by Student Life.
Save the date for our annual Portfolio Day! High school students considering studying art in college should plan on attending to have their existing portfolios reviewed by faculty from participating colleges.
Student artists should bring sketch books, paintings, drawings, illustrations, 3-D designs, graphic work, or other art pieces. Portfolios should include at least 5 – 12 pieces of work that represent a breadth of artistic talent, including different mediums if possible. Portfolio pieces can represent classroom assignments as well as independent work.
For more information on registering, for both college representatives and high school students, villa.edu/admissions/portfolio-day.
Music Club hosts Coffee House again this Fall! Be sure to check out this monthly event and even participate! These events are open to all students to perform music, read poetry, do stand-up, spoken word, dance, etc.! Light refreshments will be provided. Sponsored by Music Club and Student Life.
Peter Gonciarz plays piano, harpsichord and organ
Join Student Life in Painting Villa Pink! The entire college community is encouraged to wear pink to show their support for those affected by Breast Cancer! Stop down in the Dining Hall during campus hour for activities and information! Sponsored by Student Life.
Halloween HiJinx is back! Be sure to wear your best costume throughout the day for chances to win multiple themed categories during our costume contest! There will also be giveaways, activities, and live music!