It takes persistence, fortitude and hard work. But you are not alone during this journey. We are here for you and we want to see you succeed. The Finish Strong week is our way of celebrating you and providing resources that will help you successfully complete your educational goals. Throughout the week of March 20, 2017, you will find unexpected ways in which faculty, staff and administrators will be demonstrating their appreciation for Suffolk students. Events will take place at each campus and College employees will be wearing Finish Strong buttons as a sign of their support.
College representatives will be at tables located in the Health, Sports and Education building at the Michael J. Grant Campus, the Babylon Student Center at the Ammerman Campus and the Peconic building at the Eastern Campus to answer your questions and provide information. Stop by between the hours of 11:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m. or 5:30 p.m. - 7:00 p.m., Monday through Thursday.
Thank you again for being a Suffolk student. To help you do your best, we urge you to take advantage of the following resources and to be mindful of important upcoming events listed below.
Now is the time to check in with your professors to see how you are doing in class.
Check your academic progress in your current classes
Not sure how to reach your professor? Access the online directory for assistance
Are you on track to graduate? Check your progress towards degree completion.
Access your SAIN
Are you thinking about applying to transfer? Did you select appropriate courses? You can speak with a counselor to discuss academic planning and transfer or career goals.
Make an appointment today.
Would you prefer to speak with a professor about your academic plan?
You can also go to the Academic Advising and Mentoring Centers.
Suffolk County Community College offers FREE tutoring to all enrolled students, if you are having trouble with your classes, seek help now!
The suggested deadline to file your FAFSA for next academic year is April 15, 2017. Remember you must file a new FAFSA for each academic year!
Answers regarding "How to Apply" or any general financial aid questions can be found here.
Remember, your campus financial aid offices are here to help you with this important process and any concerns you may have in regard to your financial aid.
The library provides space to study, support for research papers, and opportunities to discuss research ideas with librarians
Learn more about library services here: Library Homepage
If you have completed at least 48 credits at Suffolk County Community College, and expect to complete the requirements for an associate degree or a one-year certification this May/August…now is the time to apply for graduation!
Taking action now will ensure that you receive your diploma on time. Apply online at MySCCC by selecting Apply for Graduation from the Quick Links for Students menu.
Please read the information and instructions for applying for graduation here; and keep the following items in mind:
Once your application for graduation is received, the College's Central Records Office will review your records and evaluate your graduation status.
Why is receiving your degree important? That's easy to answer.
Congratulations on your academic progress as you approach graduation.
Ready to transfer? Don't forget to request your official transcript
Planning on attending the graduation ceremony? Review all of the information regarding graduation, rehearsal, caps, gowns and tickets.