The Globe University-Woodbury campus hosts a quarterly Student Appreciation Day for the students by serving them lunch and dinner. This quarter the campus decided to host a nacho bar in honor of National Nacho Day during Week 5 of classes to show the students how much the staff and faculty really do appreciate them.
Students Share How They Feel About Student Appreciation:
“I love the Student Appreciation days,” Tiffany Maya, massage therapy student. “It genuinely shows how much Globe enjoys and appreciates its students. It’s a small but awesome way to show we matter and the faculty care.
“Free nachos are always a great treat for students in order to replenish our brains,” said Ashley Kelley, veterinary technology student. “Student Appreciation is a great activity! It keeps the students motivated and entertained.”
“I love that Globe University has Student Appreciation! It shows that the faculty and staff acknowledge how important the students are,” said Nikki Bacon, veterinary technology student. She continues by thanking Globe and noting that she loves that the food for Student Appreciation is always free.
“Student Appreciation is awesome! It’s a good feeling to know that when we get out of class we don’t have to run out and get food and then run back to make it to class in time,” said Maria Rosado, veterinary technology student.
“I think Student Appreciation is a great way to show students they’re appreciated and the food Globe serves is awesome,” said Cassandra Perrine, veterinary technology student.
“I really like Student Appreciation because as a college student free food is always welcomed,” said Kassi Kallevang, veterinary technology student. She also comments that it’s nice to feel appreciated as a student.
According to the Globe University-Woodbury campus Dean of Students, Kelley Aliffi, Globe is a family-owned system of career colleges, who strive to continuously support and show our students that we do appreciate them.
“It’s our job to help our students be as successful as they can be from the moment they enroll until after they graduate,” said Aliffi. “That is why our campus will continue to host Student Appreciation and other events to show how much we care for our students.”