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Suffolk County Community College has been awarded $90,000 as part of the Johnson Controls Community College Partnership grant. Suffolk is one of 10 community colleges nationally to receive the grant award that may be renewed annually for up to four years.
Seven Suffolk County Community College Radio and Television Production (RTV) interns are helping Suffolk crime fighters after being tapped by Suffolk County District Attorney Tim Sini to help produce training videos for his office's prosecutors.
The stars aligned for Class of 2015 Suffolk County Community College graduates Chris Bursztyn and Alexa Jarrard of Centereach who met at Suffolk during an astronomy class group project. The couple got engaged in the College's Ammerman Campus planetarium last Friday.
Military Times, for the third consecutive year, has named Suffolk County Community College a Best for Vets college. The 2021 rankings are based on the results of Military Times' annual survey - the most comprehensive school-by-school assessment of veteran and military student services and rates of academic achievement - as well as a detailed review of public data collected by federal agencies.
Macmillan Learning has awarded Suffolk County Community College Associate Professor of Biology Pamela Lynch first place in its Bring It Home contest the company recently announced.