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20 November 2019

How is SUNY Schenectady empowering you?

SUNY Schenectady is an inclusive, collaborative community—built on a foundation of excellence in teaching and student-support services—which empowers our students and strengthens our communities. We asked some of our students, "What are you empowered to do at SUNY Schenectady?" 

Student Fatimah Brown in front of a TRIO sign in hallway holding

Fatimah Brown, Liberal Arts: Psychology
“I am empowered to further my education so that I can pursue my dream of becoming a Child Psychologist.”

Student James De La Fuente in front of doors in Elston Hall holding

James De La Fuente, Liberal Arts: Communication
“I am empowered to be the best that I can be. Through the help of SUNY Schenectady, I had a summer internship that turned into a job at News Channel 13.”

Photo of student Towan Hamlin in basketball uniform in hallway holding

Towan Hamlin, Business Administration
“I am empowered to succeed in the classroom and on the basketball court.”

Photo of students Kirk Hill, Lauri DeLara, and Aaron Armour sitting classroom holding

Kirk Hill, Liberal Arts: Psychology
“I am empowered to make everyone in my life happy.”

 Lauri DeLara, Liberal Arts: History
“As President of the PRIDE Alliance, I am empowered to be a student leader on campus.”

 Aaron Armour, Criminal Justice
“I am empowered to get my associate’s degree and then my bachelor’s.”


 

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