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Suffolk County Community College 2018 Engineering graduate and Robert Frey Scholar Alex Dzieman graduated from Cornell University this spring and is headed to Stanford University this fall to pursue a Master of Science in Geomechanics.
National Grid, Long Island's natural gas provider, has made a generous $10,000 gift to Suffolk County Community College's COVID-19 Emergency Fund. The fund provides critical financial assistance to students at Suffolk County Community College whose lives have been impacted by the Coronavirus pandemic and has supported more than 550 students to date.
Despite the loss of $2.7 million in State aid, there will be no tuition increase at Suffolk County Community College according to the budget adopted by the College's Board of Trustees on Thursday.
Ten Suffolk County Community College students have been awarded the State University of New York's (SUNY) highest honor, The Chancellor's Award for Student Excellence.
Suffolk County Community College students shifted to online learning in March. A few students shared their experiences, including one who suffered the loss of three jobs because of the pandemic, and inspired to start her own business using skills acquired in her classes.