Workshops and Events
Partnering with Parents offers parents of first-year students a series of free online, interactive workshops to help navigate their students’ first year at Cabrini University.
The workshops address many topics, including first-year challenges, financing, and what to expect when students move back home after their first year away.
Cabrini faculty and staff will offer helpful strategies for parents.
- Parents of first-year students will receive emailed invitations about each online workshop, but please feel free to email email@example.com with any questions.
Moving Up, Moving Out, Moving Home
Wondering how your students should prepare for moving out of the residential space for the summer? Want to hear how you can support your student's independence, self-sufficiency and academic progress as they get ready for sophomore year? Interested in discussing how to welcome them back home for the summer? These three quick videos are just for parents of first-year students. You'll hear from staff on campus who will discuss our students' transition back home from their first year on campus and how they can utilize the summer to energize themselves for their next year.
Moving Out: Residence Hall Closing Information
Moving Up: Preparing for Sophomore Year
Falling in Step with Financial Aid and Spring Course Registration
Join staff from Financial Aid, the Office of the First-Year Experience, and the Center for Student Success in this interactive webinar that will address the financial concerns facing students and discuss the process students will encounter as they prepare to register for spring courses. This webinar will educate families to assist their students in preparing, financially and academically, for the spring semester. Additional topics will include satisfactory academic progress, the winterim semester, and financial holds. Please register for this webinar directly at:
In this interactive webinar, the Director of Financial Aid and the Director of the First-Year Experience addressed the financial concerns connected to spring course registration.Additional topics will include satisfactory academic progress, the winterim semester, and financial holds.
Surviving to Thriving
- Wondering how your first-year student should begin preparing for sophomore year at Cabrini?
In this webinar, you’ll learn about reserving student housing on campus next year, as well as steps your student can take to strengthen his or her marketability for internships and job opportunities during sophomore year and beyond.
In these videos, students, faculty and staff talk about what your first-year student can expect here at Cabrini University.
Academics, with professors Daryl Mace, PhD and Michelle Filling-Brown, PhD.
Getting involved, with students Amber Dietrich ('17) and Samantha Murray ('17).
Homecoming weekend and alumni, with Director, Alumni Relations and Development, Jacqueline Marciano ('10).