PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that the meeting of the Board of Trustees of Suffolk County Community College, scheduled for February 18, 2016, has been CANCELLED. PLEASE TAKE FURTHER NOTICE that this meeting has been RESCHEDULED for Monday, February 29, 2016 at 4:00 p.m. in the Alumni Room of the Brookhaven Gymnasium, Ammerman Campus, 533 College Road, Selden, New York.

FAQ

Q: How do I get to the college?

A: Please visit our Directions and Maps link.

 

Q: How do I cater food for my event?

A: Aramark is the exclusive food provider of the Brentwood (Grant) and Selden (Ammerman) Campuses.

 

Ammerman Campus Contact - Robert Prokopiak. (516) 410-2721

prokopiak-robert@aramark.com

 

Grant Campus Contact- Michelle Robb. (631) 273-4374

robb-michelle@aramark.com

For all your catering service needs at the Riverhead (Eastern) Campus, including the Culinary Arts Facility, please contact (631) 548-2535.

 

Q: Where can I park?

A: Between any of the white lines on campus. Red lines are strictly for faculty and administrators while the blue lines are for handicapped parking.

 

Q: Does your building have wireless capability?

A: Yes, WiFi is available throughout the building but access must be given by the Special Events Office.

specialevents@sunysuffolk.edu

 

Q: How big is the Field House?

A: The Field House is 57,800 square feet (183’ X 315’) and can be portioned for multiple events. The total capacity is 4,800 spectators for Exhibits and Conventions. For sporting events, our bleachers can hold 2,700 spectators.

 

Q: How many seats can the lecture hall accommodate?

A: The lecture hall as 154 seats.

 

Q: Do you have an indoor track?

A: Yes, we host a six-lane, 200-meter, indoor track with a long jump facility.

 

Q: What is the college’s insurance policy?

A: A certificate of insurance naming both Suffolk County and Suffolk Community College as additional insured will be required. Such certificate is to certify that a policy of insurance issued to the insured organization contains comprehensive general liability coverage in the amount of $2 million (per occurrence) for the period of the proposed event.