Sage Parents Program
Parent volunteers attend college fairs, conduct off-campus interviews, host admissions receptions, spread the word about The Sage College’s tradition of excellence and help us recruit talented applicants. For further information on how you can participate, contact George Tiggle at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 518-244-2450
Getting to know The Sage Colleges
The Sage Colleges is a vibrant institution of higher education enrolling more than 3,000 students in bachelor’s, master’s, and doctoral programs at the undergraduate Russell Sage College for women in Troy, N.Y., the co-educational undergraduate Sage College of Albany in Albany, N.Y., and the graduate-level School of Education, School of Health Sciences and School of Management.
Today, The Sage Colleges consists of:
Russell Sage College founded in 1916 - a comprehensive four-year college for women offering bachelor's degrees in the liberal arts and sciences as well as selected professional fields. Russell Sage bachelor's degrees typically lead to further study and more than 50% of graduates each year pursue advanced degrees. This College is integrally connected to the Sage Graduate School through accelerated bachelor's/master's programs.
Sage College of Albany founded 2002, a coeducational college of applied studies, offering bachelor's degrees. This College prepares students for direct entry into the professional workplace with the future option of graduate study.
Through its School of Professional & Continuing Education program, the Sage College of Albany offers bachelor's degree completion programs designed specifically for an audience of part-time, working adults.
Sage Graduate School is a coeducational environment offering advanced study for professional practice and leadership through master's degrees and post-master's certification in a wide variety of applied disciplines. SGS serves both recent college graduates, including Russell Sage students in accelerated bachelor's/master's programs, and individuals already at work in their professions.
Sage is a community of scholars committed to empowering students:
To Be: To provide the individual student with the opportunity and means to develop and advance personally and professionally, and thus to be successful in achieving life goals;
To Know: To contribute to the larger society a group of diverse, thoughtful and competent citizen-leaders who continue to be engaged in the pursuit of lifelong learning; and
To Do: To translate learning into action and application, recognizing the obligation of educated persons to lead and to serve their communities.