Tag Archives: Students

  1. Reflections from African Peoples’ Association MLK Jr. Day of Service at Milton L. Olive Middle School

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    January 22, 2018 by SCCC Alumni

    African Peoples’ Association Suffolk County Community College Micheal J. Grant Campus MLK Jr. Day of Service at Milton L. Olive …
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  2. Tonight 6:30PM Celebrate the Seven Principles and Traditions of Kwanzaa

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    December 21, 2017 by SCCC Alumni

    SUFFOLK COUNTY EXECUTIVE STEVE BELLONE Office of Minority Affairs and Suffolk County African-American Advisory Board Celebrate the Seven Principles and …
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  3. ❄❄ Happy Holidays and Thank You from Suffolk County Community College ❄❄

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    December 20, 2017 by SCCC Alumni

    Holiday Wishes Video Suffolk County Community College students and recent graduates share their thanks to our very special donors! “It …
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  4. New Online Career Portal- Purple Briefcase – Launched at the College

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    December 6, 2017 by SCCC Alumni

    To:    The College Community FROM:           Dr. Christopher J. Adams, Vice President for Student Affairs SUBJECT:     New Online Career Portal- …
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  5. Deadline 12/29/17 African Peoples Association Scholarship

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    December 6, 2017 by SCCC Alumni

    African Peoples Association Scholarship Awarded to: Full-time or Part-time students: $150 (1 award) Criteria: 3.0 GPA for 12 credits Must …
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  6. 12/6/17 African American Student Union History Discussion

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    December 5, 2017 by SCCC Alumni

    The African American Student Union, in collaboration with the Ammerman campus library, is hosting a discussion on the history of …
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  7. Spring 2018 Excelsior Scholarship – Another Opportunity at Tuition-free College Deadline 12/4/17

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    November 28, 2017 by SCCC Alumni

    The benefits of a college degree are well known. Those who only carry a high school diploma are falling further …
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