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Suffolk County Community College will celebrate its Class of 2023 - more than 3,000 graduates- -- at two Thursday, May 18, 2023 ceremonies. Students will gather in the Suffolk Federal Credit Union Arena on the College's Michael J. Grant Campus in Brentwood with friends and family watching as the graduates are honored by the College community.
Ten student-athletes - eight men and two women - committed to Suffolk County Community College athletics at a signing ceremony attended by the new Sharks, their family, friends, and coaches. They were joined by college President Dr. Edward Bonahue and athletics officials and administrators. The College's mascot Finn also joined the celebration at the college's Brookhaven Gymnasium on the Ammerman Campus in Selden.
A team of six Suffolk County Community College Cybersecurity Club students finished 71st out of 316 teams in the team round of the National Cyber League Competition, besting teams from four-year colleges and universities.
The United States Navy's Submarine Industrial Base has awarded Suffolk County Community College's Advanced Manufacturing and Workforce Development program $2 million over five years to recruit and train the next generation of welders and Computer Numerical Control (CNC) Machine operators in support of the mission of one Columbia Class and two Virginia Class submarines.
A $1,000 scholarship in the memory of the late New York State Trooper Jose Rosado will again be supported by the New York State Troopers Memorial Fund it was announced by the Suffolk Community College Foundation today.