Farmingdale State College Students' Earnings Exceed Federal Loan Debt
Data just released by the federal government is good news for Farmingdale State College students about to enter the job market. The Wall Street Journal surveyed the data, and reported on academic institutions whose graduates' first-year earnings exceed the amount of federal student-loan debt they carry. The Journal looked at 16 Farmingdale degree programs, each of which showed dollars earned exceeded dollars owed.
Farmingdale State College Named a Top "Green" School
The Princeton Review has released its 10th annual Guide to Green Colleges: 2019 Edition, and Farmingdale State College is one of the colleges named in this exclusive survey.
10/21/19 SUNY Introduces Graduate Wages Dashboard
Farmingdale State College graduates are earning excellent salaries 10 years after graduation, according to the new SUNY gradwages dashboard. Gradwages ( https://www.suny.edu/gradwages/) combines academic data from SUNY with wage data from the NYS Department of Labor, to show median wages in specific degree programs. The dashboard shows wages one, two, three, five, and 10 years post-graduation, and allows students to research by field of study and campus.
Farmingdale State College Receives $1 Million Grant from National Science Foundation
The $1 million S-STEM grant is the largest NSF grant ever awarded to the College. It will provide scholarships for academically talented, low-income students in STEM fields. The students must major in either Applied Mathematics or Biology.
Amityville Resident Named to Farmingdale College Foundation
Amityville resident Dr. Veronica Henry has been named to the board of directors of the Farmingdale College Foundation. Dr. Henry recently retired from the College, where she was most recently Chief Diversity Officer and Executive Assistant to the President.
7/17/2019 Farmingdale State and Suffolk County Community College Sign Joint Agreement
This important agreement provides a convenient and affordable upward mobility path for nursing students graduating with an Associate in Science (AS) degree in nursing from Suffolk County Community College. Students admitted to Suffolk's AS in nursing program are guaranteed admission into the FSC Online RN to BS Completion Program, provided they have completed their AS degree at Suffolk and pass their boards to become licensed Registered Nurses.
7/17/2019 Forbes Ranks Farmingdale State College a "Best Value College"
A new Forbes poll of "Best Value Colleges" places Farmingdale State College in the top 24% of the nearly 700 colleges and universities reviewed for the poll. Only 300 schools were actually ranked.
6/26/19 Howard Beach Resident Named #1 Dental Hygiene Educator in the U.S.
Howard Beach resident Dr. Cristina Casa-Levine, associate professor in the Dental Hygiene Department at Farmingdale State College, has been named American Dental Hygienists Educator of the Year.
6/24/19 Smithtown Resident Wins Excellence in Adjunct Teaching Award from SUNY
The best way to describe Professor Kim Wild is through the eyes of one of her students.
6/24/2019 Seaford Resident Wins Excellence in Faculty Service Award from SUNY
Dr. Maureen Tsokris began her FSC career in 1986 as a part-time clinical supervisor, and in 2013 became chair of the department.
6/24/2019 Merrick Resident Wins Excellence in Teaching Award from SUNY
Dr. Lori Goodstone joined the College faculty in 2008.
6/24/2019 Massapequa Resident Wins Excellence in Professional Service Award from SUNY
Ms. Lauren Romer began her Farmingdale career in 2013 as assistant registrar.
6/24/2019 Levittown Resident Wins Excellence in Adjunct Teaching Award from SUNY
Professor Kathleen Hecht joined the College in 1979 and is the longest-serving adjunct in the Biology Department.
6/24/2019 Huntington Resident Wins Excellence in Classified Service Award from SUNY
Officer Luis Llano, University Police, Farmingdale State College Officer Luis Llano may be best known as the face of University Police on campus.
6/24/2019 Freeport Resident Wins Excellence in Professional Service Award from SUNY
The College welcomed Darlene Mayers in 1991, and since that time she has served LIEOC in many roles.
6/24/2019 East Meadow Resident Wins Excellence in Teaching Award from SUNY
Dr. O'Sullivan joined the full-time faculty in 2007, and teaches courses in computer systems and business management.
6/4/2019 Deer Park Resident Wins SUNY Award for Student Excellence
Deer Park resident Messiah Gaymon, a senior Science, Technology and Society major at Farmingdale State College, has won SUNY's coveted Chancellor's Award for Student Excellence.
6/4/2019 Levittown Resident Wins SUNY Award for Student Excellence
Levittown resident Jennifer Newins, a Fall 2018 graduate at Farmingdale State College, has won SUNY's coveted Chancellor's Award for Student Excellence.
6/4/2019 Sayville Resident Wins SUNY Award for Student Excellence
Sayville resident Luke Rossi, a Fall 2018 graduate at Farmingdale State College, has won SUNY's coveted Chancellor's Award for Student Excellence.
6/4/2019 Miller Place Resident Wins SUNY Award for Student Excellence
Miller Place resident Lily Moldan, a senior Criminal Justice: Law Enforcement Technology major at Farmingdale State College, has won SUNY's coveted Chancellor's Award for Student Excellence.
5/31/2019 Farmingdale State College Student Places First in State-Wide Business Competition
Massapequa resident Orville Davis, a senior at Farmingdale State College, has won a $10,000 first prize in the Energy and Environment category at the New York Business Plan Competition. The prize was awarded for an environmentally friendly app Davis designed, called Scrap-it!
5/24/2019 SUNY Adult-Learner College Fair at Farmingdale State College May 29
That's why Farmingdale State College is hosting a SUNY Adult-Learner College Fair on Wednesday, May 29, 6 - 8 p.m., in the Campus Center Ballroom. This community outreach event is geared for returning students as well as adults considering college for the first time. Registration is required at farmingdale.edu/adult-learner. Additional information is available at 631-420-2733.
5/14/2019 Farmingdale State College and Nassau Community College Announce Expansive Joint Admissions Program
Farmingdale State College and Nassau Community College have announced a major joint admissions program that will significantly ease the pathway to a baccalaureate degree for Nassau Community College students. It is the largest-ever agreement between the two schools.
4/2/19 Reversing Long Island's Brain Drain: Vast Majority of Farmingdale State College Alumni Employed Within Six Months of GraduationArticle Title
Farmingdale State College's most recent survey of alumni - 2017-2018 - reveals that 94% of baccalaureate degree recipients are employed and/or continuing their education within six months of graduation.
2/14/19 Farmingdale State College Gets $300K Grant from National Science Foundation
A National Science Foundation (NSF) grant in the amount of $300,000 has been awarded to Farmingdale State College for a program that will bring minority PhD students in the STEM fields (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) to the College, where faculty will mentor them as teaching assistants, with the goal of hiring them as full-time faculty.
2/11/19 Farmingdale State College Hosts "Give Kids A Smile" on 2/22
The Dental Hygiene Department at Farmingdale State College will host its 12th Annual Give Kids a Smile event on Friday, February 22, from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
1/30/19 New York Islanders' Infamous 90's Rebranding the Subject of a Feb. 12 Lecture at Farmingdale State College
The mid-1990's rebranding of the New York Islanders hockey team - which elicited merciless derision from fans and media over a new logo that was likened to the Gorton's sea food fisherman - is the subject of a lecture February 12 at Farmingdale State College, by Nick Hirshon, author of We Want Fish Sticks: The Bizarre and Infamous Rebranding of the New York Islanders.
2/13/19 Corwin Family Donates $25K to Farmingdale College Foundation
Three members of the Corwin family - all of whom graduated from Farmingdale State College and have deep roots in the community - have given a $25,000 scholarship to the Farmingdale College Foundation, to be distributed to Farmingdale students in need of financial aid.