SUNY Schenectady County Community College

SUNY Schenectady County Community College

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What the heck is going on with the student email and accounts? Classes were supposed to start yesterday and most classes couldn’t because of the tech issues. These people paid their tuition bills on time and about 70% of them can’t get any assistance, can’t do their classes, can’t access their teachers, and NO ONE is fixing this or communicating.
Professor Welz asked me, twice actually - "Why are you here?" And the answer is - something about the fusion of isotopes of hydrogen, namely deuterium and tritium with electrical lasers.
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Professor Welz asked - "Why are you here?" It is about the fusion of isotopes of hydrogen, namely deuterium and tritium that are bomblasted by electrical lasers for helium and heat. Vortex Mathematics, outer space in a near vacuum, ... I was evicted from my apartment near Albany State. Me on keys 70s. I'll be back SCCC. MY condolences for Louise Basa.
Congratulations to the Class of 2020. !! Eagle.
I am Lindsay Feulner, Schenectady Community College has been a wonderful opportunity for me. I have gained such value from my education here due to my professors and the endless supports I receive. I am involved with many organizations the college has helped to develop. I am an EOP (equal opportunity participant) I am the president of the EOP organization club that helps so many students to realize their dreams. I am involved in the SVO ( student volunteer organization) that helps so many organization within Schenectady County. I am also a TRIO student. All of the professors, staff, and students are there to help you earn your goals. I value the college so much and miss the face to face interaction that we all once had before the corona virus. I am still involved as much as I can be remotely and with the technological advancements. The support I receive is still available. I am so happy to have Schenectady Community College not only because of the affordability but because of the value of my education. Make Schenectady Community College your next step toward achieving your goals you will be happy you did.
⚠️ Are you 18 or older? Are you interested in STEM (Science Technology Engineering and Math)? Do you need volunteering hours?
If so then please consider helping us out at the Capital Region Science Olympiad tournament! We are looking for responsible adults to proctor and/or grade events - these events range from written exams to testing devices built by students, and cover 26 different STEM topics. 🔭 🦠 🔬 🧫 ⚗️ 🧪 🧠 🧬
If you are interested please fill out the survey at the link below ⬇️
If you know anyone else who might be interested, go ahead and send them the link!

https://forms.gle/cuQbjJRtystcu1tm6

For more information, here is our page: https://www.facebook.com/NYSCapRegionSciOly
Thank you, we hope you have a great day.
So Blessed to be apart of The Sunyschenectady college Family!! I Absolutely Love being a Chef! They honestly Molded me into the person I needed to be!! Sometimes it felt like Culinary boot camp. Lol! ( Chef Michael Stamets) ..but The Knowledge and encouragement ~ Gave me Confidence. #Dontmesswithmymeat! Lol. Kim Otis, Jay Larkin, Courtney Withey, Ron Ragucci, Patricia Pendergast Novo' Sir Chef Allicando (Miss him) And a shout out to all my fellow Chefs, Co-workers and classmates whom were so Vital in my journey! ♡♡♡. Love you all! Thank you!
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Is the school open tomorrow?
Haunted Trail..... Wind through the dark creepy woods with a flashlight and...a scare!

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SUNY Schenectady County Community College (SUNY Schenectady) is one of 30 community colleges in the Directions and Campus Visit
Visit our website to find out more about our transfer degree, career degree, and certificate programs; diverse student support services; financial aid options; affordable tuition and fees; excellent professors; to fill out a free application for admission, and much more: https://sunysccc.edu/.

Operating as usual

Photos from SUNY Schenectady County Community College's post 23/11/2022

Today, we gave away 150 Thanksgiving meal kits with turkeys & all the fixings to members of our College community.
Thank you SUNY Schenectady Foundation Board, Joan R. Dembinski ’10, Price Chopper, Market 32, & Mr. and Mrs. Walt Hayes.



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Time to bid on these Ray Ban Sunglasses with a case, cleaning solution & cleaning cloth. These glasses are so classic and cool.🕶️
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Photos from SUNY Schenectady County Community College's post 22/11/2022

🎶Can’t wait for the Guitar Ensemble Concert on Monday, Nov. 28, 7:30 PM in the Taylor Aud.🎵
Perfect way to come back from the holiday. They sound great!

Free admission. The public is invited to listen to these talented Performing Arts: Music students from our School of Music.










21/11/2022

Have a great evening.


Timeline photos 21/11/2022

Place your bid on this gift certificate for Proctors, the Capital Region’s destination for major Broadway shows, cutting-edge film festivals, exciting special events, and everything in between. Here's your chance to experience it.
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Photos from SUNY Schenectady County Community College's post 18/11/2022

Helping Others & Our Community
This semester, students in Professor Renee Adamany’s Sociology: Interpersonal/Group Dynamics course are thinking about the needs of others in the community by gathering donations, putting gift bags together, distributing food for holiday meals, organizing holiday parties & more through service learning projects.

❄️Pathways Nursing & Rehabilitation Center - Students led residents in a winter arts & craft activity.

🎁Girls Inc. in Schenectady – Students gave out gift bags for children ages 5-8, led a painting activity, and hosted a pizza party.

📷City Mission of Schenectady - Students are hosting a holiday party with refreshments and activities for the women & children of the Family Life Center. Guests will be able to have a special holiday photo taken & students will be giving them all gift bags.

🍽️Boys and Girls Club of Rotterdam - The students will be giving away Thanksgiving baskets with food for a holiday meal & special gifts.

Bravo!






17/11/2022

“I plan to register for next semester soon so that I can get the classes that I want. I have five more classes I need to take next semester. I plan to get my associate degree before I transfer. I want to be a teacher,” Caitlin Buzas, Teacher Education Transfer major

Register now for the Spring 2023 Semester!🌼
1. Choose your courses early in College Scheduler
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https://sunysccc.edu/Academics/Register-for-Classes/College-Scheduler.html

2. Schedule an appointment with your Academic Advisor. (You can meet in person or by phone.)
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https://sunysccc.edu/Current-Students/Academic-Advisement/
Academic Advisement
Elston Hall, Room 222
518-381-1277
[email protected]

3. Enjoy Thanksgiving Break knowing that you are all set for the Spring 2023 Semester!







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Tomorrow, Thurs., Nov. 17: The Film "The Last Shot" by Prince Sprauve will be shown with a discussion afterward.
12:30 PM (Stockade Building, Room 101) and 7 PM (Taylor Auditorium)
Free and open to the public.

"The Last Shot" provides a chilling glimpse into the tragic death of 15-year-old Eddie Stanley Jr., a Schenectady High School Varsity Basketball standout who was murdered as a result of gun violence. The short yet powerful film reveals the activities of this young athlete’s last day of life and what led to his senseless and untimely death.

“The Last Shot” was produced and directed by Prince Sprauve, and funded by Prince Sprauve Visuals LLC D/B/A Quiet on Set, Boys & Girls Club of Schenectady, Schenectady Connects, Schenectady Youth Bureau, and the New York State Gun Prevention Initiative.

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Our Online Winter Auction: Supporting Bright Futures for Our Students, presented by C2 Design Group, is open! https://tinyurl.com/2r55hvke






15/11/2022

Congratulations to Pam McCall, Director of College & High School Partnerships at SUNY Schenectady, selected as a 2023 Hispanic Leadership Institute (HLI) Fellow, SUNY Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion.

Pam was raised in the city of Bayamón on the Island of Puerto Rico. She has worked in higher education for more than 20 years and has built a robust Early College High School program at SUNY Schenectady, being awarded more than $2 million dollars in state and federal grants.

She serves as one of the College’s tri-chairs of the ReaCH Student Success Initiative, and was selected as a 2019 recipient of the Capital District YMCA’s Black and Latino Adult Achievers Award for her work on the Youth Development Board.

More about HLI and Pam’s full bio
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https://www.suny.edu/suny-news/press-releases/11-22/11-14-22/hli-2023.html


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SUNY Schenectady students: Your Voice Matters.
Please take the Student Campus Climate Survey. We want to hear about your campus experience.
Check your SUNY Schenectady email to access the survey and click on the link. (Survey open until December 6.)

When you complete the survey, you have a chance to win a $50 VISA Gift Card and other prizes. Organized by the Office of Diversity and Inclusion.

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The Daycare/Eligibility Unit from Schenectady County Social Services will be on campus this Wed., Nov. 16, 12-2 PM, Stockade Buiding 102 to highlight recent changes to the Schenectady County Child Care Assistance program.

The program expands eligibility for assistance. Parents in job training or educational programs (up to a two-year degree) are eligible, income limits have been increased, and a friend, neighbor or relative could be designated as a provider. This session is open to all students, faculty& staff on campus. Organized by Library Services.




14/11/2022

The Long Night Against Procrastination (LNAP) is coming up later this month (Tues., Nov. 29, 5 - 11 PM), Begley Learning Commons.
One night only…late-night tutoring, prizes, games, snacks, therapy animals & more!
Stay tuned for the full list of activities & times.







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⭐You're invited to Open House at SUNY Schenectady on Saturday, December 10, 10 AM – 2 PM!
Learn about our:
✔️60 degrees, certificates & microcredentials
✔️financial aid, admissions & student services
✔️online and in-person classes
✔️affordable tuition
✔️housing, athletics, college life, internships and more!
🎓Meet professors and students, and get your questions answered.
🏫See you on campus!
➡️Walk-ins are welcome, but registration is appreciated.
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https://sunysccc.edu/Admissions/open-house.html/?utm_campaign=FY22-23OH&utm_source=ACQ_SOCO&utm_medium=POST&utm_content=OH_11122022

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With gratitude to all Veterans for their service.

Photos from SUNY Schenectady County Community College's post 10/11/2022

The demonstration by Guest Chef Felice Santodonato just started!
Van Curler Room

Photos from Duanesburg Central School District's post 10/11/2022

Welcome Duanesburg Central School District Class of 2023! All 53 members of the Duanesburg senior class now have the opportunity to attend SUNY Schenectady!

We held an Instant Admit program at Duanesburg Jr.-Sr. High School this week. It was terrific meeting Duanesburg seniors & welcoming them to the SUNY Schenectady community!





Timeline photos 08/11/2022

Blood Drive on campus tomorrow (Wed., Nov. 9), 9:30 AM-2 PM, Lally Mohawk Room.
Open to the public.
The American Red Cross is offering a scholarship to a SUNY Schenectady student.
There are still a few open appointments left.
To schedule an appointment
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https://sunysccc.edu/Events/11-9-22_blood-drive.html

08/11/2022

Loving these Notes from First-Gen Students!
First-Generation Day Celebration is going on now until 3 PM, Begley Learning Commons Lobby.










08/11/2022

First-Generation Day Celebration TODAY!
11 a.m. to 3 p.m., Begley Learning Commons Lobby.
Visit the celebration stations to enjoy snacks, express yourself, share your experience, connect with campus resources, participate in raffles, and meet other members of the College community.
SUNY Schenectady proudly supports the experiences of first-generation students. Today, we join colleges and universities throughout the nation to participate in the National First-Generation College Celebration.

Celebrating the success and presence of first-generation college students, faculty, staff, and alumni at SUNY Schenectady and on campuses across the country!





07/11/2022

This Week: Italian Cooking Demonstration with Chef Felice Santodonato, Thurs., November 10, 4 PM, Van Curler Room, Elston Hall.

Chef Felice Santodonato instructs our students during the Marco Polo Program Abroad in Italy. Chef Santodonato has more than 20 years in the catering and hospitality industries. He has creatively performed his profession in Italy and abroad including at starred restaurants and five-star quality hotels.

His demo at SUNY Schenectady is sponsored by the James G. Westervelt Guest Chef Series.












Peg Delaney Big Band will wrap up A Place for Jazz series at SUNY Schenectady - The Daily Gazette 04/11/2022

Peg Delaney Big Band will wrap up A Place for Jazz series at SUNY Schenectady - The Daily Gazette

🎵Tonight - The Peg Delaney Big Band performs at 7:30 PM in the Taylor Auditorium.
The School of Music and A Place For Jazz host this special evening featuring Peg Delaney, Schenectady-born jazz pianist, educator, arranger and composer, and 18-piece Big Band.
Tickets are $20 per person, available through A Place For Jazz.
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https://sunysccc.edu/Events/11-4-22_peg-delaney-big-band.html







Peg Delaney Big Band will wrap up A Place for Jazz series at SUNY Schenectady - The Daily Gazette SCHENECTADY - At last, the Peg Delaney 18-piece Big Band will get to perform Friday in the A Place for Jazz series at the SUNY Schenectady County Community College. Booked twice before — once as a fundraiser for the series in 2020 and again in 2021 — the gigs were canceled because of the pandemi...

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⭐The Scholarship Application for the 2023-2024 Academic Year is now open!
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https://sunysccc.edu/Alumni-Give/Scholarships/index.html
SUNY Schenectady Foundation Scholarships are a big help toward your tuition and fees.
ALL SUNY Schenectady students are eligible to apply!
If you have any questions, just ask:
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Academic Advisor Leanna Liuzzi, [email protected], 518.381.1200, extension 1181.

Application Deadlines:
Current Students: May 21, 2023
New Students: July 15, 2023




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“I’m registering for the Spring Semester because I want to finish my prerequisites so I can go to nursing school soon,” Racheal Kisakye, Health Studies major.

Register now for the Spring 2023 Semester!
You can choose your courses early in College Scheduler and schedule an appointment with your Academic Advisor:
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https://sunysccc.edu/Current-Students/Academic-Advisement/

Academic Advisement
⬇️
Elston Hall, Room 222
518-381-1277
[email protected]







01/11/2022

November is Native American Heritage Month, a time to celebrate Indigenous peoples past and present.
Please visit this collaborative website for exhibits and collections, media resources, resources for teachers & more: https://nativeamericanheritagemonth.gov/


Photos from SUNY Schenectady County Community College's post 31/10/2022

Games, prizes, costume contests, face painting, food & more in the Student Commons! Going on now until 3 PM. Have fun!

Chefs for Success, October 25, 2022 28/10/2022

Chefs for Success, October 25, 2022

📸 Pics from Chefs for Success! Thank you to everyone who attended this terrific event hosted by our Guest Chefs, students, faculty, and staff in the School of Hotel, Culinary Arts and Tourism.

All of the proceeds from the evening will go toward: student scholarships; the James G. Westervelt Guest Chef Series; and the Leadership Education Action Program (LEAP) for graduates to gain leadership skills as teaching assistants while they are pursuing their bachelor’s degree on campus through SUNY Delhi.

“The 13th Annual Chefs for Success event was a huge success and a magical evening, as we have not had the opportunity to host this event since Fall 2019 due to the pandemic. This event gives our students the opportunity to work with successful local chefs and realize that with some hard work and perseverance, they can indeed accomplish their dreams, and they can be just as successful our guest chefs someday.”- Dr. David Brough, Dean of the School of Hotel, Culinary Arts and Tourism
















Chefs for Success, October 25, 2022 Explore this photo album by SUNY Schenectady on Flickr!

27/10/2022

⭐️Thank you for voting for SUNY Schenectady! SUNY Schenectady was named Best Local College for the third year in a row in The Daily Gazette of Schenectady Official 2022 People’s Choice Awards!⭐️

We are driven to empower every student in their pursuit of lifelong success. We are proud to serve our students and our community. We will continue to inspire every student’s success through equitable practices, innovative education, and community engagement.
Thank you for your support!






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Take a break during lunchtime today to return to The Gilded Age. (12 PM, Taylor Auditorium)
Presented by Dr. Christopher Brellochs, Dean of the School of Music, who portrayed composer/conductor John Knowles Paine in episode 4 of Julian Fellowes’ HBO series The Gilded Age & assisted the production team with the historic accuracy of the scene.

A preeminent scholar on music of the Gilded Age, Dr. Brellochs has lectured & performed internationally & in historic mansions including Rosecliff, Lyndhurst, Olana, Montgomery Place, Crawford House & Boscobel. He created a related documentary series with excerpts available on his YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/cbrellochs.






Chefs for Success returns to SUNY Schenectady 25/10/2022

Chefs for Success returns to SUNY Schenectady

We can't wait for Chefs for Success tonight (6-9 PM, Van Curler Room)!
Celebrity chefs, students in our School of Hotel, Culinary Arts and Tourism, and faculty members are getting ready for a fabulous evening, all to raise funds for scholarships, guest chefs, and leadership programs.
YES - there is still time to purchase your tickets today!

















Chefs for Success returns to SUNY Schenectady For the first time since the pandemic-- SUNY Schenectady is now welcoming back Chefs for Success!SEE ALSO:Years after funding was secured, Abele Park upgrades

Photos from SUNY Schenectady County Community College's post 24/10/2022

Enjoy photos from today's Diwali celebration.

24/10/2022

At the Diwali event going on now in the Commons, Elston Hall. Music, dancing, food. Enjoy!

Photos from SUNY Schenectady County Community College's post 21/10/2022

Right now Music students in our Jazz Combos are in a Master Class with Jazz Legend Bobby Watson! An amazing opportunity to learn from the multi-GRAMMY®-nominated saxophonist, composer, bandleader, educator and producer!

The Bobby Watson Quartet performs tonight at 7:30 PM in the Taylor Auditorium. Presented by the SUNY Schenectady School of Music and A Place For Jazz.

Tickets: $20 per person.
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https://sunysccc.edu/Events/10-21-22_bobby-watson-quartet.html






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“I already registered for the Spring Semester to make sure I get the classes that I need. I enjoy taking the in-person classes so I wanted to register before they fill up. I’m graduating next semester too so I wanted to make sure I had my last three classes,” Randall Collins, Business Administration major.

Registration is OPEN for the Spring 2023 Semester!
You can choose your courses early in College Scheduler and schedule an appointment with your Academic Advisor:
⬇️
https://sunysccc.edu/Current-Students/Academic-Advisement/

Academic Advisement
⬇️
Elston Hall, Room 222
518-381-1277
[email protected]







Photos from SUNY Schenectady County Community College's post 19/10/2022

Beautiful fall colors on campus today.




Photos from SUNY Schenectady County Community College's post 18/10/2022

Are you interested in transferring on for your bachelor's degree? Reps from colleges & universities are in the lobby outside the Learning Commons today until 1 PM.



17/10/2022

Chefs for Success is back!
We need your help to give Culinary Arts students the best education in the Capital Region.
Tuesday, October 25, 6-9 PM, Van Curler Room
Join celebrity guest chefs from around the Capital Region for an evening of food stations, cocktails & a silent auction to raise funds for student scholarships!

Guest chefs:
Adam Foti, PDT Market
Cody Nguyen, JO Restaurant Group
Sue Hatalsky and Vanessa Traver, SUNY Schenectady
Justin Tran, Ziemann Hospitality
Aneesa Waheed, Tara Kitchen
David Zuckerman, Mazzone Hospitality

Reservations: $75/person
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https://sunysccc.edu/Academics/School-of-Hotel-Culinary-Arts-and-Tourism/Chefs-for-Success.html
















Our Story

Directions and Campus Visit
Schedule a tour with a student guide, or come and see SUNY Schenectady during one of our fall/spring Open Houses or Information Nights. Admissions interviews may be arranged Monday through Friday. Details are available by calling the Admissions Office at (518) 381-1366.

SUNY Schenectady County Community College is centrally located in downtown Schenectady at the corner of State Street (Route 5) and Washington Avenue. SCCC is easily accessible from all points in the Northeast. Bus and Amtrak train terminals are within easy walking distance, and Albany International Airport is 25 minutes by car or taxi. The College is also served by CDTA local bus service. Ample parking is available in spacious campus lots.





DIRECTIONS TO SCCC

•From the east via Route 5, State Street, turn left at Washington Avenue in front of the College. Turn right into main parking lot.
•From the west (Scotia/Glenville), via Route 5, turn right at the "Schenectady County Community College" exit ramp off the Western Gateway Bridge. Turn left at stop sign into main parking lot.
•From the west, via New York State Thruway Exit 26, take I-890 East to Exit 4B- "Erie Boulevard." Stay to the left and follow ramp "To Route 5, Scotia." At the traffic light, turn left on to State Street, Route 5 West (Western Gateway Bridge) for 1/10 mile. Take the "Schenectady County Community College" exit ramp on right. At stop sign (Columbus Drive), turn right; at the next stop sign, turn left into main parking lot.
•From south and east: (If you are driving on the New York State Thruway, stay to the left as you approach Exit 24 and stay on the Thruway. The Thruway changes from I-87 to I-90 at this exit). Take I-90, New York Thruway, to Exit 25, "Schenectady." Take I-890 West to Exit 4C- "To Route 5, Scotia." At the traffic light, turn left on to State Street, Route 5 West (Western Gateway Bridge) for 1/10 mile. Take the "Schenectady County Community College" exit ramp on the right. At stop sign (Columbus Drive), turn right; at the next stop sign, turn left into main parking lot.
•From the north (via the Northway, I-87): Take I-87 South to the New York State Thruway, I-90 West. Take Thruway to Exit 25, “Schenectady.” Take I-890 West to Exit 4C – “To Route 5, Scotia.” At the traffic light at end of ramp, turn left on to State Street, Route 5 West (Western Gateway Bridge) for 1/10 mile. Take the “Schenectady County Community College/Gateway Landing” exit ramp on the right. At stop sign (Columbus Drive), turn right; at the next stop sign, turn left into main parking lot.
•From the north (via Route 50): Take Route 50 South to Route 5 East. Turn right at the “Schenectady County Community College” exit ramp off the Western Gateway Bridge. Turn left at stop sign into main parking lot.
•From the north (via Route 146): Take Route 146/Balltown Road to Route 7, West. Take Route 7 two miles to I-890 West, Schenectady. Take I-890 to Exit 4C – “To Route 5, Scotia.” At the traffic light at the end of ramp, turn left on to State Street, Route 5 West (Western Gateway Bridge) for 1/10 mile. Take the “Schenectady County Community College” exit ramp on right. At the stop sign (Columbus Drive), turn right; at the next stop sign, turn left into main parking lot.
Prospective students and their families may park in "Faculty/Staff" rows and register with the security guard in Elston Hall.


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