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The College is working with the Town of Babylon to reconfigure the intersection and entrance to the campus at Melville Road. The Town’s portion of this construction project has started. The campus portion of the project is expected to begin later this summer.

Access to the campus from the existing entrance on Melville Road will be limited or prohibited at times for the duration of the project. At present, we anticipate this will be through the end of August.

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Police officers Thomas Austin and Joseph Tucker have joined the University Police at FSC. Both officers are recent graduates of the Suffolk County Police Academy.

Officers Austin and Tucker completed 29 weeks of academy training and received more than 1,000 hours of instruction in areas such as emergency medical training, defensive tactics, domestic violence, mental illness, cultural diversity, emergency driving, firearms, and terrorism.

Officer Austin holds a criminology degree from SUNY Old Westbury.

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The Moxxie Mentoring Foundation supports and fosters career
advancement and leadership development for young women through generational mentoring. Since 2010, Moxxie has mentored more than 350 young women, and offers monthly workshops and field trips to companies such as Google, LinkedIn and Canon.

Moxxie is looking for college students and young professionals interested in being mentored and advancing their careers. To apply to become a mentee, complete the online Jr Moxxie application at MoxxieMentoring.org.

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Child Protection training is an important component to ensuring the well-being of the young people who visit FSC. Those who work with minors ages seventeen and under are required to participate in a mandatory review of the Farmingdale State College Child Protection Policies.

In addition, if you have not received comprehensive Child Protection training, you are encouraged to participate in an extended training, “Darkness to Light.” This training uses evidence-based research to inform about child sexual abuse.

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