SUNY Delhi Exercises Empathy to Support Military Veterans
Nov25

SUNY Delhi Exercises Empathy to Support Military Veterans

There is good reason why SUNY Delhi has earned “military-friendly” status for a second consecutive year. The college continues to expand its initiatives to support student veterans. “The G.I Bill is better than it’s ever been, so many veterans are taking advantage of it and going to college,” says Matt LaLonde, Coordinator of Veterans Affairs. “And we have many student veterans on the Delhi campus who receive VA educational...

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Alumni Profile: Daniel Solomon
Nov12

Alumni Profile: Daniel Solomon

Daniel Solomon served in the United States Army for 6 years. Daniel climbed up the ranks during his time of service and reached the rank of Staff Sergeant. Daniel graduated from Binghamton University in 2007 with a B.S in economics. After graduation, Daniel enlisted in the Army Reserves. Daniel’s path in the U.S Army Reserves was an exceptional one. After boot camp, he went through a plethora of training–eventually...

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SUNY Shows Support for Military Veterans
Nov07

SUNY Shows Support for Military Veterans

Veteran’s Day is a holiday given to honor people who have served time in the armed services. Thousands of veterans are enrolled as students across the SUNY system and a variety of benefits, including financial assistance, encourage college enrollment for veterans to make it easier to pursue higher education. In September, 36 SUNY Campuses were recognized as “military-friendly” by top-rated national military...

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U.S. Labor Secretary Visits MCC
Oct04

U.S. Labor Secretary Visits MCC

U.S. Secretary of Labor Hilda L. Solis visited Monroe Community College’s Applied Technologies Center on Sept. 24 to highlight a $14.6 million grant from the U.S. Department of Labor to a consortium of State University of New York community colleges, led by MCC. The grant, issued as part of the federal Trade Adjustment Assistance Community College and Career Training (TAACCCT) program, will allow a consortium of SUNY community...

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