Correction Officers Can Now Earn College Credit at No Cost

When they complete their state-required training, officers can earn 14 credits with the college, thanks to a new partnership.

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2014 Chancellor's Award for Student Excellence

Sandra Barkevich ‘13, Elizabeth Hughes, Danny Ferreyra ‘12, Lori Mould, Mark Rider and Ashley Caldwell are among the most accomplished of SUNY’s nearly 463,000 students.

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“Re-emergence,” Highlights Nontraditional Students

The inauguration theme also serves to emphasize the college’s re-emergence as the exemplar of open, public and innovative education.

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Correction Officers in County Facilities Can Earn 14 College Credits at No Cost

Apr 11, 2014

Correction officers serving county facilities will be awarded 14 college credits upon completion of the MPTC basic course for correction officers and enrollment at the college. ... MORE

First-ever, One-day Fundraising Challenge Surpasses Donor Goal by 225 Percent

Apr 10, 2014

The goal and purpose of the challenge was to bring the college community together for one day, increase participation in giving to the college and reconnect with many of the college’s 70,000 alumni in order to expand the college’s mission of education and degree completion for nontraditional students. ... MORE

Critically Acclaimed Author and Alumnus Walter Dean Myers ’84 to Speak at Hartsdale

Apr 14, 2014

Urban teenagers, and young, economically disadvantaged African-Americans, in particular, are frequent subjects of Walter Dean Myers '84, a New York Times best-selling writer of more than 100 books for children and young people. ... MORE

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