In order to meet the directive from New York Governor Andrew Cuomo to reduce workforce density, all campuses of Suffolk County Community College remain closed to all students and to the public. Please note that entry onto all campuses is restricted.

Most College employees have been advised to self-isolate at their home through Saturday, June 13th. Some employees may be called to come in periodically to ensure delivery of service when absolutely necessary.

Governor Cuomo has indicated that he plans to cautiously reopen the state using a four-phased approach that is linked to regional attainment of a set of seven metrics. Currently, Long Island and New York City have not yet met all seven benchmarks that have been stipulated. Education as a category, is a Phase 4 re-opening business classification. As a result, the remainder of spring 2020 semester classes will be delivered via remote instruction and the College has determined that all summer session 2020 classes will continue to be delivered remotely. There will be no face-to-face summer session classes this year.  

If you have any concerns or need additional support the College is here to help. 

Please review the links on this site to learn the various ways that we are supporting the college community during this crisis. Also note that the College libraries continue to stand as a resource helping you from a distance. 

Please keep in touch with your supervisors, your Chairs, and our Deans. You are also encouraged to continue to monitor this website for frequent updates.

Stay home, stay healthy, and know that we care about you very much.