In response to the approaching expiration of the Federal Perkins Loan Program, student leaders at the State University of New York are speaking out in support of this campus-based aid program.
During one of her first visits in the 64 SUNY campus circuit, SUNY Chancellor Kristina M. Johnson spoke with Morrisville State College faculty and staff about energy and environmental goals and the importance … [READ MORE]
To paraphrase an old Lotto motto, do you have $70 and a dream? … Maybe playing the lottery does have better odds.
By Peter Briguglio Campus News The Nassau Community College athletic department has inserted themselves at the forefront of women’s equality in sports once again as the school has officially introduced women’s wrestling as … [READ MORE]
By Darren Johnson Campus News “Six Feet Under” – a show about a family of morticians that aired on HBO from 2001-2005 – didn’t capture my attention back then.
LIU Riverhead’s online Homeland Security Management program has been ranked #10 in the nation by AffordableColleges.com. This website takes into account not only the affordability of the program, but the overall quality offered … [READ MORE]
Campuses of The City University of New York are mobilizing to aid the millions of people devastated by hurricanes Harvey, Irma, Jose and Maria and by the two earthquakes in Mexico. At Bronx … [READ MORE]
Cayuga Community College officials are pleased to announce that the ribbon cutting for the Occupational Therapy Assistants Lab (OTA) on the Fulton campus located at 11 River Glen Drive in Fulton, NY, has … [READ MORE]
Two artists will have their work on display in an exhibit titled “It’s Not Me, It’s You” at SCCC’s Grant Campus in Brentwood through October 26th at Gallery West in Captree Commons. Gallery … [READ MORE]