Hilbert College has historically extended email account privileges as a courtesy to qualified Hilbert alumni. Effective June 1, 2022, the College has a new policy and process for the use of these email resources going forward.
1. Upon termination of enrollment status, Hilbert College network email will be suspended one year (12 months) after disenrollment. As an example, for the Class of 2022, email services will be suspended on June 1, 2023.
2. Disenrollment is defined as a change from activated academic status to either completed (graduated), withdrawn, dismissal or discontinued. If a student graduates, their academic status changes to “completed” and their account will be transferred to Alumni status for one year (as noted above).
3. Notification for deactivation of the account will be provided by Hilbert IT on a quarterly basis, providing ample time to transition to an alternative non-Hilbert email account.
4. If enrolled in a Hilbert College graduate program, the primary relationship with the College will return to student status and the Hilbert email will not be disabled. If employed by Hilbert College, the primary relationship will become an employee and the Hilbert email account will remain active. These are the only two exceptions for the email account to remain active after disenrollment.
This Hilbert College policy is administered by Hilbert College Chief Information Officer, Jeremy Trumble (firstname.lastname@example.org) and the Director of Annual Fund and Alumni Engagement, LeeAnn Petronsky (email@example.com).
All inquiries or requests should be directed to the Alumni Office as the primary point of contact. Additional contact information: firstname.lastname@example.org or 716.926.8963.
Track & Field Complex Capital Campaign
Hilbert has announced plans for a $6 million capital campaign that will provide funding for a NCAA Division III-compliant track and field complex with an artificial turf field.
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Advisory Committees for Three Vital Initiatives
These newly created advisory committees will provide College leadership and staff with support and expertise in the planning and execution of each of the three projects and initiatives. We extended invitations to current and past members of the Hilbert Board of Trustees, the Hilbert 2025 Advisory Council, the Hilbert Alumni Association Board and all Hilbert alumni who wish to serve.
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Grant will fund innovative associate degree program in partnership with BestSelf Behavioral Health
Thursday, November 10, 2022 - The Peter & Elizabeth C. Tower Foundation has awarded Hilbert College a $100,000 capacity building grant, to support the first year of a Certified Alcohol and Substance Abuse Counselors (CASAC) partnership project between Hilbert College and BestSelf Behavioral Health. The funding will be used to support educational, technological, and programming needs during this unique initiative's first year within the Hilbert College Global online division.
“Hilbert College is thrilled to be able to establish this partnership with BestSelf, and grateful for the outstanding investment from the Peter and Elizabeth C. Tower Foundation to support this important partnership,” Hilbert President Dr. Michael Brophy said. “Our tremendous and talented faculty in the human services department are excited to be collaborating with the dedicated personnel at BestSelf, the foremost behavioral health organization in WNY.”
BestSelf is Western New York's largest provider of innovative, accessible, and culturally responsive care for children, young adults, adults, and families. The organization's multiple locations focus on mental health and substance use disorder treatment with a wide array of programs and services to meet the community's needs.
“The rapid growth of individuals seeking treatment for mental health and substance use disorders has created an even greater need for unique partnerships and strategies to train next generation experts to work with clients in this population,” stated Elizabeth Woike-Ganga, President & CEO, BestSelf Behavioral Health.
Due to workforce shortages and BestSelf's commitment to providing professional development and advancement opportunities to their staff, particularly those from historically underserved communities, this partnership is of mutual benefit to BestSelf, Hilbert and the community.
The goal of the Hilbert/BestSelf CASAC partnership is to provide BestSelf team members with the training and skills they need to improve their service performance, serve more individuals in need, and ultimately strengthen the organization.
According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, “Employment of substance abuse, behavioral disorder, and mental health counselors is projected to grow 25 percent from 2019 to 2029, much faster than the average for all occupations. Employment growth is expected as people continue to seek addiction and mental health counseling services.” More information on Hilbert’s alcohol and substance abuse counseling program is available here.
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Read about our successful alum and how a Hilbert education prepared them to set amplified, positive changes that echo through their communities. Our stories highlight our new Board of Trustee members and alumni who have embodied the Hilbert values and have distinguished themselves through their accomplishments.
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