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Suffolk alumnus Bryan Kimmelman talks about directing The Play That Goes Wrong and everything that is right about working with Suffolk students.Learn More
Click here at 7 p.m. on Friday, Dec. 1, to view the Ammerman Campus Winter Concert featuring Contemporary Music Ensemble, Jazz ensemble, and Symphonic Band.Learn More
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Suffolk County Community College donors, students, alumni, faculty, staff and elected officials - nearly 200 in all - helped kick off the college foundation's Education Without Limits campaign that will support students by raising critical financial support for those who need a helping hand to cover higher education related costs and help them achieve their academic and career goals.
United States defense and intelligence leaders agree that climate change is a threat to U.S. national security and is affecting global stability, military readiness, humanitarian crises, and the risk of war. Nationally recognized climate change authority and twice featured National Geographic documentary expert, Suffolk County Community College Professor of Physical Sciences Scott Mandia speaks about Climate Change & National Security Implications on Monday September 18, 2023 at 11:15 am, Suffolk County Community College, Kreiling Hall Room 203, 533 College Rd, Selden, NY.
Jamie Weinberg got her start at Suffolk.
Two Suffolk County Community College Board of Trustees members will be recognized with prestigious New York Community College Trustees (NYCCT) awards for their service, leadership and dedication to improving access to education, providing opportunities for students and helping the college achieve its mission, it was announced by the NYCCT, a voluntary nonprofit community college trustee's consortium established to strengthen trustee's effectiveness in the development and implementation of public policy impacting community colleges. NYCCT represents the appointed board members who govern the 30 community colleges in the State University of New York (SUNY) system.
Deploying safe, reliable solar energy systems requires a skilled workforce that is trained to design and install these new systems. Students in Suffolk County Community College's four-week Solar Technology Program garner classroom, hands-on, and in-the-field training to provide participants with the training and knowledge of grid connected and off-grid solar power systems, and home-based installations.