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State of the Art Library Officially Opens at Suffolk Community College’s Michael J. Grant Campus, Brentwood

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SUNY Chancellor Kristina Johnson, center, and Suffolk County Community College President Dr. Shaun L. McKay, at left,  are joined by Suffolk County Community Board of Trustees members, from left, student trustee Jerome Bost, Shirley Coverdale, Chair Theresa Sanders, and from right to left, Bryan Lilly, SUNY Senior Vice Chancellor for Community Colleges Johanna Duncan-Poitier and board of trustees member Gordon Canary at the gala ribbon cutting for the new library on the Michael J. Grant Campus.

Suffolk County Community College President Dr. Shaun L. McKay was joined by SUNY Chancellor Dr. Kristina M. Johnson, elected officials, college faculty staff, and administration and community members at a gala celebration and ribbon cutting to celebrate the official opening of Suffolk County Community College’s new $30 million, nearly 75,000 square foot Learning Resource Center (LRC) and library on the Michael J. Grant Campus in Brentwood on October 19.

“The new Learning Resource Center will serve as a powerful symbol of the value that the College and its students bring to the vitality of our shared community,” said Suffolk County Community College President Dr. Shaun L. McKay.

The new LRC houses traditional library spaces and also includes:

    • 95 seat lecture hall
    • computer classrooms
    • writing center
    • reading center
    • tutoring rooms
    • testing rooms
    • offices
    • an information commons
    • conference / board of trustees’ room
    • teaching and learning center
    • photo/video studio
    • photo/video labs and offices
    • 12 study rooms
    •  8 glass enclosed group study rooms
    • outdoor roof garden with tables and seating
    • green roof with vegetation

 

Are you interested in providing funding to dedicate a space within the Learning Resource Center? Contact Alumni Relations at (631) 451-4941.


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Suffolk Auto Tech a Top Four Finalist WIX® Filters 2017 School of the Year Competition

Suffolk County Community College’s Automotive Technology Program has been named a top four finalist in the WIX® Filters 2017 School of the Year Competition. The competition is run in conjunction with O’Reilly Auto Parts and Tomorrow’s Technician magazine to recognize excellence in automotive technology education and programs.

The winner will be selected from the four finalists, with a surprise ceremony in October and a formal announcement during the Automotive Aftermarket Products Expo (AAPEX) in Las Vegas on Oct. 30.

The winning school will receive:
· a visit by Tomorrow’s Tech staff and program sponsors
· $2,500 donation
· O’Reilly and WIX Filters gear
· appearance by either the WIX or O’Reilly Auto Parts marketing unit
· travel for the class instructor and a guest to Las Vegas to attend Babcox Media’s recognition dinner at AAPEX

“Our automobiles contain complex computer and electronic systems that require highly trained technicians who are proficient in math, science and computer technology,” said Suffolk County Community College President Dr. Shaun L. McKay. “I congratulate our Auto Technology department, the faculty and staff on this honor. Students in our program are preparing not only for their futures, but the future of the industry,” McKay said.

The top 20 schools submitted a video highlighting their programs. Suffolk’s submission is featured above.

Suffolk County Community College Automotive Technology Alumni can connect online
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Watch Video of John J. and Kevin Foley Family Scholarship

Watch Video of John J. and Kevin Foley Family Scholarship

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Suffolk County Community College has announced a fundraising effort to endow the John J. and Kevin Foley Family Scholarship, recently established to honor Kevin and his father, who have both been dedicated to supporting the College and its students. This endeavor will recognize the numerous contributions made by two gentlemen who have played major roles in the history of the College over the full course of their careers.

Kevin’s father, John J. Foley, was a remarkable Suffolk County legislator who served his constituents for 18 years — advocating for labor, education and health-related causes. He acted forcefully and believed strongly in the importance of education. John Foley dedicated his life to public service, including tenure as a member of the College’s Board of Trustees.

Any contribution to this worthwhile cause will be helpful and appreciated. Thank you.


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NASA Space Shuttle Commander Robert ‘Hoot’ Gibson ’66 from Suffolk County Community College

NASA Space Shuttle Commander Robert ‘Hoot’ Gibson ’66 from Suffolk County Community College

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Suffolk County Community College Automotive Tech Minute – Changing an Automobile Air Filter

Suffolk County Community College Automotive Technology demonstrates how to keep your car running in tip-top shape by checking and changing your automobile’s air filter.

Suffolk County Community College offers an A.A.S. degree in Automotive Technology that is National Automotive Technician’s Education Foundation (NATEF) certified and designed to prepare students for employment as automobile technicians and professionals at automotive service facilities.

Suffolk offers four separate automotive programs that includes academic classes and automotive classes that fulfill the requirements to obtain an A.A.S. degree.

The programs offered are the Honda PACT program, the Toyota T-TEN program, the General Motors ASEP program, and the General Automotive ATAC I & ATAC II programs. Suffolk recently announced a partnership with Subaru and Fiat Chrysler Automobiles.

“Our auto technology group is recognized regionally as the premier program,” said Suffolk County Community College President Dr. Shaun L. McKay. Our students are in high demand and recruited to work in dealerships throughout the region,” McKay said.

Automotive Technology Alumni Online


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New Academic Year, New Season of Suffolk Hacked Videos! Watch Online

Watch Suffolk Hacked with host Joe Panzarino #SUNYSFLK Future #SCCCAlumni

 

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Christina Simons ’10 featured on Business Insider

LANSDOWNE, Va., Aug. 24, 2017 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — Today, the Cooke Foundation announced the opening of the application period for the largest private scholarship in the United States for community college transfer students. Exceptional community college students with financial need and plans to transfer to a four-year college or university have until noon ET on October 24 to apply for a prestigious Cooke Foundation Undergraduate Transfer Scholarship, which is worth up to $40,000 per year.

“Community college students are more likely than students at four-year schools to come from families with low and moderate incomes. Yet they are just as likely to possess the capacity and drive to succeed at our most elite colleges and universities,” said Cooke Foundation Executive Director Harold O. Levy. “If a high-achieving community college student wants to transfer to a four-year institution, we want to remove financial need as a barrier to their success.”

Since 2002, 860 Cooke Undergraduate Transfer Scholars have received over $36 million in scholarship assistance. A 2015 Cooke Foundation study found that the Cooke Undergraduate Transfer Scholars routinely do better at elite four-year institutions than many students who started as freshmen.

One former recipient of the scholarship, Christina Simons, began her studies at Suffolk County Community College in New York. After receiving a Cooke Undergraduate Transfer Scholarship, she transferred to the California Institute of the Arts, where she earned a bachelor’s degree in photography and media in 2012. She now plans to attend the University of Oxford to study for a master of fine arts degree and a Ph.D. in contemporary art practice.

A total of 45 Cooke Undergraduate Transfer Scholarships will be awarded in the spring. A review panel of university admissions professionals and faculty will judge scholarship applicants based on their achievements and academic ability, financial need, persistence, leadership and service to others.

To be eligible for the scholarship, a student must: 1) currently attend an accredited community college or have graduated from a community college since 2013, 2) have a cumulative grade-point average of 3.5 or better, 3) demonstrate significant unmet financial need, and 4) plan to enroll in a full-time baccalaureate program at an accredited college or university in fall 2018.

Cooke Scholarships fund the costs of attending college not covered by other financial aid, plus academic advising, stipends for internships, study abroad, and opportunities to network with other Cooke Scholars and alumni. In addition, after earning a bachelor’s degree, Cooke Scholars may be eligible to apply for the Cooke Graduate Scholarship.

To find out more about the Cooke Undergraduate Transfer Scholarship, and to start your application, please visit our site.

The Cooke Foundation is dedicated to advancing the education of exceptionally promising students who have financial need. Since 2000, the foundation has awarded $175 million in scholarships to more than 2,300 students from 8th grade through graduate school, along with comprehensive counseling and other support services. The foundation has also provided over $97 million in grants to organizations that serve such students. www.jkcf.org

Media Contact: Amber Styles
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media@jkcf.org

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Alumni Spotlight: Kevin O’Connor ’82

Watch Video of Alumni Spotlight: Kevin O’Connor ’82

President and Chief Executive Officer of Bridgehampton National Bank

Class of 1982

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Stay on Long Island Initiative (SoLII) Alumni video

Watch The Stay on Long Island Initiative (SoLII) Alumni video with
Christopher Chiusa ’17 & Nicole Riccio ’17

 

Reconnect with Suffolk County Community College Stay on Long Island Initiative (SoLII) Alumni https://sunysuffolk.thankyou4caring.org/solii


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Suffolk Program Encourages Women Pursue Technology Related Careers

Eleven students – all female – worked on a real-life architectural project that provided them with work experience and hands-on architectural experience.

The four-day program at Suffolk County Community College, funded by a grant to encourage women to pursue technology-related careers, enabled students to prepare preliminary designs for a new, moderate-sized home in Mattituck.

The project demonstrated to the students the process architects typically go through in analyzing the site, researching local and state codes, and designing a building in multiple phases. The group also reviewed New York State’s education and work experience requirements related to obtaining an architectural professional license.

Source: Suffolk County Community College


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