The location for the October 19, 2017 meeting of the College’s Board of Trustees has been changed to the new Learning Resource Center on the Michael J. Grant Campus and is scheduled to begin at 4 p.m.

Ten Reasons to Choose Suffolk

  • Suffolk County Community College is a unit of the State University of New York
  • Ease of transfer to four-year colleges or universities
  • Quality education equal to or exceeding the first two years at a four-year baccalaureate institution
  • Lowest tuition in Suffolk County
  • As little as one-fifth the cost of a private institution
  • Students may save as much as $10,000 - $20,000 annually by completing an associate's degree before transferring to a four-year institution
  • Average class size of 20 - 30
  • No large "lecture hall" classes with hundreds of students
  • Accessible, caring faculty who are expert in their fields
  • Teaching excellence is the rule, not the exception
  • Faculty who are distinguished by a love of teaching
  • Approximately 100 programs of study
  • Career programs
  • Transfer programs
  • Ammerman Campus in SELDEN
  • Eastern Campus in RIVERHEAD
  • Grant Campus in BRENTWOOD
  • Culinary Arts Center in RIVERHEAD
  • Sayville Center in SAYVILLE
Whether you're planning to attend full-time or part-time, day or evening, Suffolk has a program for you
  • Over $250,000 in merit-based scholarships is awarded annually
  • Over 100 scholarship programs for current students
  • New student scholarships range from several hundred dollars to over a dozen "full-tuition", "four-semester" scholarships
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* Available to both part-time and full-time students
* Parallels the first two years of a competitive liberal arts education
* Personalized academic advising
* Challenging interdisciplinary study for academically talented students
  • Over 90 clubs and organizations on three campuses
  • Activities taking place each semester including lectures, trips, musical performances, theatre productions, films, holiday celebrations, art exhibitions, intramural and intercollegiate sports, student newspapers and literary magazines