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The 99th edition of Perspectives, Suffolk County Community College's literary magazine featuring students' art and written works, will be released in June.
The Student Fine Arts exhibit is a lively display of work created by students studying Drawing, 2D Design, and 3D Design. Students have been creating art remotely due to the pandemic. The Eastern Campus' Lyceum Gallery is celebrating the students' accomplishments in an on-line exhibit. Prospective students are encouraged to view the exhibit to see the high proficiency attained by students in Suffolk's Eastern Campus Art Department.
State University of New York Board of Trustees today appointed Dr. Edward Bonahue as president for Suffolk County Community College. The appointment was announced by the SUNY Board of Trustees and SUNY Chancellor Jim Malatras.
When the COVID-19 pandemic struck, Suffolk County Community College's Emergency Medical Care and Fire Programs Coordinator and Professor and Assistant Academic Chair Matt Zukosky knew a creative solution was needed in order to train and keep current the next generation of first responders in Southampton Village. "Ours is an ever-changing body of knowledge and skills and training," Zukosky said.
For the second consecutive year, Suffolk County Community College's Board of Trustees voted unanimously to freeze tuition at the State University of New York's largest community college, citing the ongoing effects of the COVID-19 pandemic and strain it has put on students, their families, and finances.