Recruiting representatives from E.W. Howell, GEICO, Michael Kors, MTA-Long Island Railroad, and Endeavor Air will be there, along with recruiters from more than 50 other companies and organizations. The question is: will you be there?
Well, if you’re a student or alumnus looking for a full-time or part-time job, or internship opportunity, then the Spring Job Fair is the place to be. It’s taking place Tuesday, 3/27, from 11 a.m. – 2 p.m.,Continue reading →
Monday, 4/16 – Meatless Monday for Earth Week 2018
How might the world change if everyone were to
consume 14% less meat? That’s the idea behind Meatless Monday. Not only is going meatless one day a week helpful in reducing your risk of chronic preventable diseases, it also helps reduce your global footprint.
The meat industry uses a vast amounts of precious resources, like fossil fuels and water.Continue reading →
FSCNow – the first-ever magazine published by Farmingdale State
College – has been circulating for just a week, and rave reviews are pouring in. If you haven’t seen it yet, then read it now.
Conceived by President Nader and designed and written by the staff of the Office for Institutional Advancement, FSCNow celebrates the outstanding faculty, students, alumni, senior administrators and programs that have made FSC “SUNY’s Hottest Campus.”Continue reading →
Adults – otherwise known as non-traditional students – are flocking to colleges to complete their degrees or enroll for the first time. If you know someone in those categories, invite him or her to the Adult-Learner College Fair.
Held Wednesday, 3/21, 6-8 p.m., in the Campus Center Ballroom, this community outreach is geared to helping both returning students, and adults considering college for the first time. Workshops will include information and advice on:
- Financial Aid
- Admissions primer for prospective students
- Transfer credits
- Career information
- Online learning
- Veterans’ services
In addition,Continue reading →
Celebrating international languages spoken around campus is one thing, but reciting the new FSC mission statement in languages such as Bangla, Chinese, Italian, Arabic, Spanish and Farsi is quite a novel idea.
It was the brainchild of International Mother Language Day organizers Dr. Nazrul Islam, chair of the Department of Security Systems and Law Enforcement Technology, and Dr. Chiara De Santi, assistant professor of Italian Studies.
“The objective of the event was to promote linguistic diversity in the campus community and respect each cultural heritage,”Continue reading →
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 transitionedContinue reading →
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,
It’s been a long time coming, and you’ve probably
already heard about it.
It’s the new Nexus Center for Applied Learning
and Career Development, officially opening for
business off the lobby of Greenley Hall on Tuesday, 2/27 at 11 a.m.
Rena Varghese, Executive Director of the Nexus Center, describes it this way: connecting employers and other organizations to students and graduates for opportunities,Continue reading →
On TV station websites from Memphis to San Diego, and Cleveland to Honolulu, little did FSC Professor Bentley Whitfield know that when he began writing articles about small American museums that he would have his work published from coast to coast – and on Guam.
It’s not a stretch that a member of the English/Humanities faculty would have a fascination with small museums, but what’s surprising is that big- and small-market affiliates of TV networks including Fox,Continue reading →