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A Non-Traditional Student Trustee is Making A College Education More Accessible For All

With over 1.4 million students across SUNY System, each campus has its own diverse community of individuals it serves, and by extension, different needs and goals for growth and improvement. The leadership that helps steer these goals is localized at the community college level. Community colleges each have their own Board of Trustees, and each […]


Developing Solutions to Growing Environmental Health Care Problems

As Margaret Mead once said, “We won’t have a society if we destroy the environment.” The growing environmental health field is concerned with what effects an increasingly-altered environment has on human health, including possible influences and toxins and how to control exposure to these hazardous physical, chemical, and biological agents in air, water, soil, and […]


An Education is Helping Her Form the Transition From Service to Country to Support of Others

According to American playwright Neil LaBute, “everyone has a story.” That sentiment rings true for the nearly three million SUNY alumni worldwide, and especially those who can call themselves military veterans. The life stories they bring with them to school are ones that grab the hearts and minds of all who have an opportunity to […]


Applying for Financial Aid? Get Help Through the Process at Financial Aid Days

An investment in higher education is a major life decision to nearly all students. Going to college is a decision that blends the importance of what you wish to study along with how to afford and pay for it. For the majority of students enrolled at America’s colleges and universities, financial aid is critically important. […]