Students Chosen as Recipients of Prestigious SUNY Chancellor's Awards for Student Excellence
"We are very proud of Joe Clark, Amber Dorvee, and Melissa Deal, and we applaud them for their commitment to academic excellence and their service to the College/community." - Dr. Steady Moono, College President
Alumna Helps Lead Effort to Chronicle History of the Pandemic through Individual Stories
Michelle Isopo '09 shares importance of "Leaving Our Fingerprints on History," encourages you to share your story.
ReaCH Champions for Student Success
These faculty and staff members go above and beyond for our students.
SUNY Schenectady Partners with Brown School on Early College Program
Students can earn college credits, associate degrees while still in high school.
New Credential Program Offers Students Avenue to Advance in Early Childhood Education Field
SUNY Schenectady and New York Early Childhood Professional Development Institute at CUNY partner on Infant-Toddler Child Development Associate (CDA) Credential initiative.
December Graduate Spotlight: Business Administration Major Brenda Beauregard
Brenda is among those students who have balanced raising a family with working and going to college. Internships and supportive faculty contribute to this recent graduate's confidence.
Music Ensembles Featured During New York State Band Directors Association Symposium
Students recorded at home last semester.
A Conversation With GRAMMY Award Winner and SUNY Schenectady Alumnus Charlie Post '93
VIDEO: Henry Zelenak interviews the accomplished Music/Business alumnus as he discusses his work with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra.
Culinary Arts, Hospitality Students and Faculty Collaborate with Feed Albany and Help Tackle Food Insecurity
Student chefs, hospitality students, and professors prepare meals for those who are food insecure through transformative new partnership with Capital Region non-profit organization.
Student Veteran To Share Insight About PTSD During Virtual Program Hosted by Student Veterans Organization
College recognized as Military Friendly School for ninth consecutive year.