Monthly Archives: February 2018

basketball in net

It’s that time of year, when the great female and male athletes at FSC spring into their playoff runs. This week’s games – all played at Nold Athletic Complex – are as follows:

  • Tuesday, 2/20, 7 p.m. – Women’s Quarterfinals, hosting either Mt. St. Vincent’s or
    St. Joe’s, Brooklyn
  • Thursday, 2/22, 7 p.m. – Men’s Semifinals, hosting Yeshiva
  • Saturday, 2/24, Time TBA 
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consumer rights

The Higher Education Opportunity Act of 2008 requires institutions to annually notify students of their right to receive certain consumer information.

FSC has made this information available on the Consumer Information web page. It describes various services, information and statistics on different aspects of the College’s operation.

If you have questions or would like a paper copy of the information being disclosed, email Dorothy Hughes or call 631-420-2166.

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illustration pioneer climber on a mountain top

As part of FSC’s celebration of Black History Month, the Office of Diversity, Equity & Inclusion wants to share this information about three African-American ground-breakers in higher education. Each has earned a prominent place in academia for their extraordinary achievements.

Read African-American Pioneers in Higher Education from the January/February issue of INSIGHT into Diversity magazine.

 

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Wooden Blocks with the text Payroll

Thank you to the employees who enrolled in the NYS Payroll Online Self Serve, and opted out of receiving paper pay stubs.

Special thanks to Barnes & Noble, Aramark, and Coca-Cola for donations that helped to make the raffle a success.

Employees who have not enrolled may do so at any time. The process is simple:

  1. Sign on to SUNY HR Portal. Write down your nine-digit NYS ID number found at the top right-hand corner of the screen.
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man receiving vaccination

In a recent report by the SUNY Vaccination Task Force on best practices at SUNY campuses, FSC was singled out for its forward-thinking vaccination policy.

For the Fall 2017 semester, the College transitioned
into a pre-matriculation vaccination policy. The new policy requires incoming students to present proof of mumps/measles/rubella vaccinations prior to registering for courses – rather than within 30 days of enrolling, as is the policy practiced by many institutions. The transition proved successful,

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image of people networking

Thursday, 2/22, 11 a.m. – noon     School of Business Room 124

Dan Ritchie from Dale Carnegie, the company whose leadership training has helped professionals sharpen skills and improve performance, will speak at the semester’s first Professional Development Series workshop. The topic is “Demystifying Business Networking for College Students.”

Reserve a seat. For more information, email Paulette Nadel, or call 631-794-6226.

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RAM radio logo

This Thursday, 2/22, Erica Chase-Gregory, regional director the Small Business Development Center (SBDC) at FSC, will be the interview guest on RAM Nation Radio’s “Around the Dale” show.

“Around the Dale” – which also features news about campus happenings – airs every Thursday morning, beginning at 11:10 a.m.

Prior to coming to Farmingdale in 2011, Chase-Gregory owned and operated a consulting business. Her experience working with government agencies is a valuable asset to clients who pursue government contracts.

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