Commemorating a Historical Legacy

Hofstra University is commemorating the 400th anniversary of the arrival of the first enslaved Africans to North America and the ongoing experience of African Americans with a series of programming titled “The Legacy 1619-2019.” Events include historical reenactments, lectures, poetry readings, and panel discussions on a range of subjects that reflect the journey of African Americans over four centuries and the hopes of a people, past and present.

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PAs Celebrate on NBC’s Today Show

For the third year in a row, students and faculty from Hofstra’s Physician Assistant (PA) Studies Program were on the set of NBC’s Today Show in New...

Nat’l Report Ranks Hofstra High for ROI

Hofstra University is in the top five percent of colleges and universities nationwide for mid-career salary of graduates with a bachelor’s degree...

Nursing a Healthy Future

Hofstra University and North Shore-LIJ Health System are expanding their successful medical school partnership with the new Hofstra North Shore-LIJ...

Graduate Open House July 14

Hofstra will host a Graduate Studies Open House on Tuesday, July 14 from 6:30-9 p.m. Representatives from the School of Health Professions and Human...

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