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Liberty Partnerships Program (LPP)

LLP

The Liberty Partnerships Program (LPP) at Suffolk County Community College represents a cooperative effort between the College, the Longwood Central School District, governmental agencies and business and industry to provide a unique, comprehensive and supportive environment for students who may be at risk of dropping out of school. Its purpose is to serve those students who may not be reaching their academic potential by providing academic services that will improve their ability to complete high school and successfully enter postsecondary education or the workforce. LPP is funded by a grant from the New York State Education Department.

Target Audience

The Liberty Partnerships Program serves those students in grades 7-12 who may not be reaching their academic potential by providing academic services that will improve their ability to complete high school and successfully enter postsecondary education or the workforce.

LPP students who are juniors and seniors are also eligible to enroll in a two-semester program that leads successful students to one college credit upon completion. This offering contains a one-semester non-credit course that focuses on reading, writing, study skills, critical thinking and computer skills. The second semester course exposes students to topics of interest to college students and enhances their basic research skills. Additional credit-bearing courses are offered to students who successfully complete this sequence.

Liberty Partnerships Program Services

  • College preparatory coursework
  • Suffolk County Community College - College Seminar (leads to 1.0 college credit)
  • LPP club and newsletter
  • Team building experiences
  • Cultural enrichment activities and field trips
  • Counseling
  • Tutoring and college placement test
  • ACT/SAT preparation classes
  • Regents review sessions
  • Student and parent leadership sessions
  • Workforce preparation which includes visits to and internships with business, industry and local colleges

Apply to LLP

Download LPP Application

For further information, contact Elizabeth Altman at (631) 451-4109 or Hagar Ali at (631) 451-4042.

XH60 - Semester One XH61 - Semester Two
  • Advanced router configurations
  • LAN switching theory and VLANs
  • Advanced LAN and LAN switched design
  • OSI model and industry standards
  • Network topologies
  • IP addressing, including subnet masks
  • Networking components
  • Basic network design
  • Beginning router configurations
  • Routed and routing protocols
XH62 - Semester Three XH63 - Semester Four
  • Novell IPX
  • Threaded case studies
  • WAN theory and Design
  • WAN technology, PPP, Frame Relay, ISDN
  • Network troubleshooting
  • National SCANS Skills
  • Threaded case studies