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Suffolk Awarded Federal TRIO Grant to Aid Students

08/06/2020

Suffolk County Community College has been awarded a $335,000 federal TRIO Student Support Services Grant that helps support 324 low income, first-generation and disabled students at the College - New York State's largest community college. The grant's funding runs through August 2025.

Michael J Grant Campus to Stage Utility Trucks and Equipment for Coming Storm

08/03/2020

As Long Islanders prepare for the arrival of Tropical Storm Isaias, Suffolk County Community College is lending a helping hand by opening it's Michael J. Grant Campus in Brentwood to PSEG Long Island for the staging of equipment and vehicles for storm relief without charge as a public service to the county's residents from August 3-7.

Suffolk's Harris Accepted Into Prestigious SUNY Leadership Program

07/22/2020

Suffolk County Community College's Vice President of Financial Affairs Mark Harris has been accepted into the State University Of New York (SUNY) SAIL Institute's prestigious 2020 Business Officers' Leadership Academy. Harris was also offered a full scholarship to participate in the academy.

Suffolk Community College Students Discuss Tough Topics in Weekly Forums, Race and Police Reforms with Suffolk Commissioner

07/17/2020

Suffolk County Police Commissioner Geraldine Hart and police department representatives joined 60 Suffolk County Community College students and staff, recently, in a powerful virtual conversation about policing in the aftermath of the death of George Floyd. The forum was part of Suffolk's The Center for Social Justice and Human Understanding weekly forums for students.

Fall 2020 Reopening Plan Approved by SUNY

07/02/2020

Suffolk County Community College's reopening plan for the fall 2020 semester has been approved by the State University of New York (SUNY), Interim College President Louis Petrizzo said in a message to the College on Thursday. Petrizzo said classes for the fall semester will occur in four modes of instruction with a host of safety protections instituted college wide.

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