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PayScale Recognizes Suffolk County Community College Among 2015-16 Highest Post-Graduate Salaries

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“PayScale Recognizes Multiple SUNY Campuses Among 2015-16 Highest Post-Graduate Salaries” By Kay Broughton

PayScale has put together data from millions of U.S. alumni to rank more than 1,000 colleges and universities by the median salaries of their alumni in their annual College Salary Report. They wanted to find out which schools do the best job at preparing their students to have successful careers after college. To come up with these rankings, Payscale collected data from their online compensation survey in which people provide data about their jobs, compensation, employer, demographics and educational background. The 2015 – 2016 College Salary report had a data sample size of 1.4 million college graduates comparing compensation among similar jobs and degree holders.

SUNY schools were very well represented in the latest list, with Maritime College and FIT leading the way.

Acknowledging these rankings, Governor Andrew Cuomo said “New York’s university system has a rich internationally recognized tradition of providing a high-quality affordable education that, as these new rankings show, puts its graduates on the road to success. I commend SUNY Maritime and FIT on this well-deserved recognition and for helping to ensure that this remains a state of opportunity.” The Governor’s office also issued a press release acknowledging the achievement of all schools on the list.

“Today’s news reflects SUNY’s historic commitment to affordability coupled with the highest quality higher education,” said Chancellor Nancy Zimpher. “The return on the investment of a SUNY education is second to none, and we’re proud of our campus partners who do so much to make a SUNY the smartest investment New Yorkers can make in their future.”

In the 4-year school category for 2015-16, SUNY Maritime College came in at the top of the list. According to PayScale, “You might assume that the highest earners in the country come from well-known Ivy League Schools like Harvard or Princeton, but the truth is, the highest median alumni salaries come from students who attended small colleges with strong engineering programs. This year, SUNY Martime, a small public college in New York that focuses on engineering and business degrees, took first place for the median salary of alumni with 10 or more years of experience. Experienced SUNY Maritime alumni typically earn $134,000”

And for 2-year school’s FIT ranked as the number two highest earner. PayScale says, “New York’s Fashion Institute of Technology alumni report the second-highest median mid-career salaries on our list, earning $72,100 after 10 years in the workforce. FIT is a public college that offers both 2- and 4-year programs.”

Many other SUNY schools join both Maritime and FIT on the list. These rankings show the levels of preparedness and the quality of a completed degree earned by SUNY graduates who then go on to become successful professionals. Below you can see a list of all the SUNY schools who rank among the top earning post-graduate salary programs for 2 and 4-year programs.

Written by Kay Broughton

Kay is a student assistant with the SUNY Office of New Media. She is a University at Albany undergraduate working towards a double major in English and East Asian studies with a double minor in communications and film.

Source: Blog of The State University of New York

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Happy Holidays from Suffolk County Community College

Wishing you a Happy Holiday Season from Dr. Shaun L. McKay and the entire Suffolk County Community College family

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Best on Long Island – Vote for Suffolk County Community College!

slide_boliShow your Suffolk spirit! We have been nominated by the L.I. Press for the Best on Long Island recognition in the following categories:

Best College
Best College President – Dr. Shaun L. McKay
Best College Sports Program – Sharks

Vote today at http://bestof.longislandpress.com

Suffolk County Community College Honors Ellen Schuler Mauk for Her Many Years of Dedicated Service

(Left to Right): Dr. Shaun L. McKay, President, Suffolk County Community College; Richard C. Iannuzzi, President NYSUT; Professor Ellen Schuler Mauk, Suffolk County Community College; Kevin Peterman, President, Suffolk County Community College Faculty Association.

(Left to Right): Dr. Shaun L. McKay, President, Suffolk County Community College; Richard C. Iannuzzi, President NYSUT; Professor Ellen Schuler Mauk, Suffolk County Community College; Kevin Peterman, President, Suffolk County Community College Faculty Association.

Selden, NY – On October 3, 2013, The Faculty Association of Suffolk County Community College honored Professor Ellen Schuler Mauk at Land’s End Restaurant in Sayville to mark her retirement. Ms. Schuler Mauk served as President of the College’s Faculty Association for 34 years and is retiring after 43 years of service to the College.

The event was well attended, with over 250 guests coming together to celebrate Ms. Schuler Mauk’s years of success. During the program, Professor Schuler Mauk received numerous proclamations and was recognized by New York State Senators John J. Flanagan and Kenneth P. LaValle and Assemblymen Steven C. Englebright and Al Graf, several members of the Suffolk County Legislature and members of the college community, among many others.

At the end of the evening, the Suffolk County Community College Faculty Association announced that funds raised from the event were being dedicated to the newly created Ellen Schuler Mauk Endowed Scholarship – a gift totaling $55,000. This scholarship will ensure that students wishing to further their education and who aspire to greatness can start that journey at Suffolk County Community College regardless of financial challenges.

Professor Schuler Mauk is among an elite group of individuals who can state that they served during the tenure of all six of Suffolk County Community College’s presidents. Among the major accomplishments during her 43-year career at the College are her efforts to establish the Employee Medical Health Plan (EMHP) of Suffolk County and working closely with College administration to encourage elected officials to provide additional operating funds, along with support for capital projects, in order to advance the College and its educational mission. Her leadership skills eventually brought her to the attention of the New York State United Teachers (NYSUT) and Professor Schuler Mauk began voicing the community college message statewide, advocating for community college issues and legislation. Today, Professor Schuler Mauk sits on the NYSUT board of directors and on its executive committee. In addition, she is also active in the American Federation of Labor (AFT). She serves on AFT’s Higher Education Division’s Program and Policy Council (PPC), where she has been a voice for higher education on the national level, as well.

In commenting upon Ellen’s retirement Dr. Shaun L. McKay, President of Suffolk County Community College, said, “I will certainly miss her and we have all benefited from her foresight and commitment. I am honored to publicly recognize her many efforts and state my appreciation for her willingness to work together with the administration to ensure the College’s growth. I wish Ellen much success in her retirement and with whatever she may choose to pursue following her days at the College. She will leave an indelible mark upon this institution due to her many years of service to the college community.”

Dafny J. Irizarry, Chairwoman of the College’s Board of Trustees, stated, “I want to thank Professor Ellen Schuler Mauk for her career of service to the College and its faculty. Consistently keeping the best interests of the College and its students as a priority has been central to her leadership and we appreciate her many years of commitment to this approach.”

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE October 4, 2013
No. 26/13-14
MEDIA CONTACT: Mary M. Feder, Director of College Relations
Suffolk County Community College
(631) 451-4256 federm@sunysuffolk.edu

 

Ellen Schuler Mauk Retirement Celebration to Benefit Student Scholarships 10/3/13

You are cordially invited to celebrate the retirement of
Ellen Schuler Mauk
Thursday, the third of October two thousand thirteen
at six o’clock in the evening
Land’s End, Sayville

All proceeds to benefit student scholarships

View the sponsorship forms

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RSVP by September 26, 2013  (631) 451-4151

Coordinated by the Faculty Association of Suffolk Community College http://www.fascc.org

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