Archive for 2019

SUNY Canton Celebrates First Corrections Academy Graduation

Monday, July 15th, 2019

SUNY Canton’s Center for Criminal Justice, Intelligence and Cybersecurity hosted the inaugural graduation ceremony for its new Corrections Academy July 3.

The four-week training is designed for those who are already working in the corrections field, as well as for current SUNY students. All graduates earned a certification from the New York State Division of Criminal Justice Service (DCJS), and SUNY Canton students received an additional four credit hours toward their degree.

Corrections cadets pose in front of the Miller Campus Center
Pictured is the inaugural class of SUNY Canton’s new Corrections Academy. 

“I was most impressed by the dynamic between our relatively new officers and the SUNY Canton students,” said Rodney Votra, academy director and training coordinator for the St. Lawrence County Sheriff’s Office. “The officers brought real-life experience that coincided perfectly with the knowledge students have gained while completing their degrees.”

The curriculum incorporates a combination of traditional lectures and hands-on training. Cadets learned defensive tactics, hostage-survival techniques, first aid, crime scene preservation, effective communication strategies, suicide prevention practices and other safety procedures.

Rodney Voltra shakes Jesse Walley's hand
Rodney Votra presents Jesse T. Walley with a certificate.

“From a student perspective, the academy was a valuable experience because it not only prepares us for a career in corrections, but the concepts we learned are applicable to a variety of different law enforcement professions,” said Jesse T. Walley, a SUNY Canton Law Enforcement Leadership major.

The 2019 graduates are:

  • Sarah L. Duvall, a corrections officer with the St. Lawrence County Sheriff’s Office
  • Dylan M. Gonzales, a Criminal Investigation major from Theresa
  • Ryan Kirgan, a Homeland Security major from Windsor
  • Samuel D. Lawrence, a Law Enforcement Leadership major from Halfmoon
  • William C. Pharoah, a corrections officer with the St. Lawrence County Sheriff’s Office
  • Teressa L. Rutkauskas, a corrections officer with the St. Lawrence County Sheriff’s Office
  • Larry K. Sanchez, a Homeland Security major from the Bronx
  • Jesse T. Walley, a Law Enforcement Leadership major from Cortland

The Corrections Academy, a collaboration between the DCJS and the St. Lawrence Country Sheriff’s Office, is one of the very few programs of its kind linked with a college in New York State and is the only option connecting traditional academic offerings directly to this in-demand employment field. Students can enroll in the corrections academy and also potentially enroll in the David Sullivan St. Lawrence County Law Enforcement Academy as part of their SUNY Canton education, which can lead to a four-year degree with pre-certifications as both a corrections officer and police officer.

Graduates look on as Rodney Votra speaks at the podium

The center is also currently hosting its first two-week corrections supervisor training that offers more than 60 hours of instruction for professionals working throughout the state.

The academy’s next session is scheduled for June 2020. For more information, visit http://www.canton.edu/cacademy/.

About SUNY Canton

SUNY Canton is Northern New York’s premier college for career-driven bachelor’s degrees, associate degrees and professional certificate programs. The college delivers quality hands-on programs in digital design, engineering technology, health, management and public service. Faculty members are noted for their professional real-world experience in addition to outstanding academic credentials. As SUNY’s leader in online education, SUNY Canton OnLine offers hundreds of flexible and convenient courses as well as 18 online degree programs. The college placed first in 14 categories in a SUNY-Wide Student Opinion Survey, most notably in career services, tutoring, library resources, and classroom facilities. The college’s 15 traditional athletic teams compete at the NCAA Division III level as part of the North Atlantic Conference. SUNY Canton also offers varsity esports and cheerleading.

SUNY Canton Media Relations Manager Receives Chancellor’s Award

Monday, July 1st, 2019

A member of the award-winning SUNY Canton Public Relations team has been selected by SUNY Chancellor Kristina M. Johnson to receive the 2019 Chancellor’s Award for Excellence in Professional Service.

Gregory E. Kie, senior media relations manager and college photographer, was nominated by his peers for the system-wide honor. It is bestowed in recognition of consistently superior professional achievement to encourage the ongoing pursuit of excellence. He received a medal denoting his success at the college’s Faculty and Community Awards Dinner held May 9.

Greg Kie stands with his camera outside Payson Hall

“Greg has helped improve the college’s image through his outstanding photography and news writing abilities,” said SUNY Canton President Zvi Szafran. “He’s contributed to every major college publication during his 15-year career and helped develop positive working relationships with the local media. His work has helped tell the ‘SUNY Canton story’ and elevated the college’s profile and prestige.”

Kie began as a temporary part-time writer and photographer in 2004, after a brief career as a correspondent reporter for the Massena-Potsdam Courier Observer. The year following, he was granted a full-time position under the direction of Randy B. Sieminski, who is now the college’s athletic director. He received his current title in 2014 while working for the college’s current Director of Public Relations, Travis G. Smith.

“Greg embodies the spirit of SUNY Canton through his unique skill set, work ethic and welcoming demeanor,” Smith said. “Throughout his tenure, he has juggled his media relations and photography responsibilities with great skill, professionalism and collegiality.”

As an adjunct instructor in the college’s Graphic and Multimedia Design program, Kie has helped several students start careers in photography. He was described as a focal point for mentorships and recognized for helping to foster an entrepreneurial spirit for students by Professor Charles R. Fenner, who teaches in the Management program.

Kie also volunteered as a Riot Games’ “League of Legends” coach in the college’s thriving esports program during the past year. He also supports the SUNY Canton Steel Bridge Team by helping students paint their bridge in preparation for their annual competitions.

SUNY Canton’s entire Public Relations Department received the Excellence in College Service Award in 2017. Kie contributed three of the department’s 12 State University of New York Council for University Advancement (SUNYCUAD) awards during his career, picking up two Excellence in Writing citations and a Judge’s Citation for news releases.

“I’m so very proud that my colleagues chose to nominate me for this career-defining achievement,” Kie said. “I’ve been exceptionally lucky to be a part of a continually innovating and evolving college that has allowed me to grow within my position. I look forward to everything that will happen next.”

Kie is a Plattsburgh native who graduated from SUNY Plattsburgh with a Bachelor of Arts and Sciences in Studio Arts in 1998.

About SUNY Canton

SUNY Canton is Northern New York’s premier college for career-driven bachelor’s degrees, associate degrees and professional certificate programs. The college delivers quality hands-on programs in digital design, engineering technology, health, management and public service. Faculty members are noted for their professional real-world experience in addition to outstanding academic credentials. As SUNY’s leader in online education, SUNY Canton OnLine offers hundreds of flexible and convenient courses as well as 19 online degree programs. The college placed first in 14 categories in a SUNY-Wide Student Opinion Survey, most notably in career services, tutoring, library resources, and classroom facilities. The college’s 15 traditional athletic teams compete at the NCAA Division III level as part of the North Atlantic Conference. SUNY Canton also offers varsity esports and cheerleading.

SUNY Canton Celebrates New North Country Law Enforcement Officers

Monday, July 1st, 2019

In early January, cadets joined the St. Lawrence County-David Sullivan Law Enforcement Academy. After a semester of demanding and often intensive training, those students have now started their careers at area law enforcement agencies.

The Law Enforcement Academy at SUNY Canton recently celebrated its 24thgraduation ceremony, recognizing a class of eight graduates.

2019 Academy graduates pose as a group in front of Miller Campus Center
Pictured is the 2019 graduating class of the St. Lawrence County-David Sullivan Law Enforcement Academy at SUNY Canton.

“From this day forward, you will be addressed as law enforcement officers,” said Nathan Senick-Albanese, who was the class president. “Only a small portion of what you do will be enforcing the law. You will help people change flat tires by the side of the road. You will be heroes by performing those seemingly small acts benefiting the communities you serve.”

Senick-Albanese and his classmates thanked Academy Director Joseph Brown and the more than 70 law enforcement instructors who contributed to their experience. “The expert instruction provided by area agencies allowed us to grow into the professionals we are about to become,” he said.

Sheriff Wells, Senick-Albanese, and Undersheriff Brooks
Newest Deputy – Nathan Senick-Albanese became the St. Lawrence County Sheriff’s Office newest deputy after graduating from the David Sullivan Law Enforcement Academy at SUNY Canton. Pictured (l to r) are St. Lawrence County Sheriff Kevin M. Wells, Senick-Albanese and Undersheriff Brooks J. Bigwarfe.

At the graduation ceremony, cadets were sworn in as officers of their sponsoring agency.

Officers who graduated in the 2019 class include:

  • Leah M. Alestra became an officer at Norfolk Police Department. Alestra received the Director’s 110% award. 
  • Dylan M. Johnston became a deputy for the Franklin County Sheriff’s Office.
  • Andrew D. Layng became an officer at the Ogdensburg Police Department.
  • Lindsey M. Landphere became an officer at the Canton Police Department. Landphere received the best overall David Sullivan Award and a fitness award. 
  • Mason M. Maitland became a deputy at the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office. Maitland won the Defensive Tactics Award. 
  • Joshua J. Rose became an officer at the Canton Police Department. Rose received the top shot award and the emergency vehicle operations course award. 
  • Nathan B. Sheen became an officer at Gouverneur Police Department.
  • Nathan Senick-Albanese became a deputy for the St. Lawrence County Sheriff’s Office. Senick-Albanese received the overall academic award. 

SUNY Canton’s law enforcement training includes two phases. The first phase provides pre-employment training that encompasses the skills required to become a police officer. Cadets complete courses in emergency medical services, community policing and defensive tactics. Those cadets who have been hired as a police officer can then complete phase two. Topics covered include police arrest techniques, firearms and counterterrorism training.

It is one of the few academies in New York State to offer comprehensive training specifically designed for North Country agencies. Students in law enforcement related programs can opt to take phase one of the training to meet their academic requirements.

The college recently released a a David Sullivan Police Academy video highlighting some of the hands-on training cadets receive. For more information, please visit the Academy’s website.

SUNY Canton is also home to a summer corrections academy, which is currently in session.

About SUNY Canton

SUNY Canton is Northern New York’s premier college for career-driven bachelor’s degrees, associate degrees and professional certificate programs. The college delivers quality hands-on programs in digital design, engineering technology, health, management and public service. Faculty members are noted for their professional real-world experience in addition to outstanding academic credentials. As SUNY’s leader in online education, SUNY Canton OnLine offers hundreds of flexible and convenient courses as well as 19 online degree programs. The college placed first in 14 categories in a SUNY-Wide Student Opinion Survey, most notably in career services, tutoring, library resources, and classroom facilities. The college’s 15 traditional athletic teams compete at the NCAA Division III level as part of the North Atlantic Conference. SUNY Canton also offers varsity esports and cheerleading.

SUNY Canton Public Relations Wins Four SUNYCUAD Awards for Excellence

Monday, June 24th, 2019

The State University of New York Council for Advancement (SUNYCUAD) presented the SUNY Canton Public Relations Department with four first-place awards for video production, advertising and community relations at the council’s annual conference June 12-14 in Saratoga.

Greg Kie, Travis Smith, and Lorette Murray showcase the College's SUNYCUAD awards.
Pictured (l to r) are SUNY Canton Senior Media Relations Manager Gregory E. Kie, Director of Public Relations Travis G. Smith and Public Relations Manager Lorette Murray holding the department’s four State University of New York Council for Advancement awards.

The department earned the top spot in the “Excellence in Digital Marketing” and “Communications on a Budget” video categories for their 2019 esports promotional video. They also captured a win in the “Excellence in Advertising Campaigns” and “Excellence in Community Relations Campaigns” categories for the“It’s Your Time” and “50 Acts of Kindness” projects, respectively.

“Earning four first-place SUNYCUAD awards in one year is unprecedented for our department, and it’s a reflection of the depth of talent we have on our team,” said Public Relations Director Travis G. Smith. “We’re competing against some of the most creative professionals in higher education, so it’s quite an achievement to be recognized in this way.”

SUNYCUAD is an organization representing public relations, alumni and development, and marketing specialists at every SUNY campus. The annual awards competition recognizes excellence in more than 40 categories.

The winning esports video, created by Videographer Morgan D. Elliott, documents the college’s efforts to become a leader in the field of collegiate competitive video gaming. It features the college’s new state-of-the-art esports arena, which is one of the largest facilities of its kind in the Northeast. It also includes testimonials from SUNY Canton varsity esports team members and incorporates footage from their matches and tournaments.

“Morgan did an outstanding job of capturing the excitement our entire campus feels about esports,” Smith said. “Viewers come away with an understanding of what the college has accomplished in a short period of time, and they get a sense of the program’s potential to grow exponentially.”

SUNY Canton It's Your Time logo

The first-place “It’s Your Time” campaign is a series of video and digital advertisements that promote SUNY Canton’s wide variety of in-demand online degrees. They were seen across several online mediums in 14 cities throughout the East Coast, as well as Southeastern Canada.

“The slogan and visual elements effectively convey the convenience and flexibility of our distance-learning options, particularly for those who may already be working full-time and want to continue their education simultaneously,” Smith said.

50 Acts of Kindness website screenshot

SUNYCUAD judges also gave a top prize to the “50 Acts of Kindness” community relations campaign, which promoted a volunteer challenge in conjunction with SUNY Canton’s “50 Years on the Hill” celebration.

“Our goal was to increase awareness about the positive impact that our students have on the surrounding community,” Smith said. “The project also represents SUNY Canton’s commitment to citizenship and commitment to strengthening our relationships with our North Country neighbors.”

About SUNY Canton

SUNY Canton is Northern New York’s premier college for career-driven bachelor’s degrees, associate degrees and professional certificate programs. The college delivers quality hands-on programs in digital design, engineering technology, health, management and public service. Faculty members are noted for their professional real-world experience in addition to outstanding academic credentials. As SUNY’s leader in online education, SUNY Canton OnLine offers hundreds of flexible and convenient courses as well as 19 online degree programs. The college placed first in 14 categories in a SUNY-Wide Student Opinion Survey, most notably in career services, tutoring, library resources, and classroom facilities. The college’s 15 traditional athletic teams compete at the NCAA Division III level as part of the North Atlantic Conference. SUNY Canton also offers varsity esports and cheerleading.

SUNY Canton Inventor Receives Patent for Slick Chainsaw Device

Thursday, June 20th, 2019

SUNY Canton Instructional Support Associate Neil A. Haney is known for creating innovative solutions to complicated problems.

The Canino School of Engineering Technology staff member was recently notified that his lubricating device designed for commercial chainsaws had been assigned U.S. Patent No. 10,307,931.

Neil Haney holds his prototype.
SUNY Canton Instructional Support Associate Neil A. Haney holds a working prototype of his chainsaw oiling invention used on his large-scale lumber processing machine.

“Neil embodies the college’s spirit of innovation,” said SUNY Canton President Zvi Szafran. “We are a place where students can work toward fully developing a new concept or device. He’s set a great example for our students and alumni alike.”

Haney, who is an alumnus of the Automotive Technology program, came up with the idea to utilize a positive displacement pump to provide oil for a chainsaw bar and chain while building a firewood processing machine. His invention delivers more oil to the surfaces than traditional methods through an automatic mechanical process.

“I was looking at all the other solutions out there, but none of them fit my needs,” Haney said, recalling how he came up with the idea. “Innovation is something that has always interested me, and the students here are always eager to help with new projects.”

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Neil A. Haney, a SUNY Canton alumnus and employee shows the inner-workings of his innovative mechanical chainsaw oiling device, which was recently assigned U.S. Patent No. 10,307,931.

Haney worked through the SUNY Research Foundation and SUNY Canton to file a provisional application through the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office in 2015. Several companies have researched the project and contacted him about incorporating his device into their products.

“Congratulations to Neil on achieving this critical milestone in the technology transfer process,” said Steven Wood, associate director for innovation and entrepreneurship at the SUNY Research Foundation.  “Neil’s applied research and hands-on involvement with students in building his prototype exemplifies how SUNY innovations spark new opportunities. SUNY research produces more than 100 new technologies every year, and we always welcome the chance to assist faculty and staff inventors across the SUNY system to move ideas and inventions to the marketplace.”

In addition to constructing a lumber processing machine, Haney is currently working with Mechanical Engineering Technology and Sustainable Energy Technology students on constructing a biomass refinery system. The device uses burning wood to replace gasoline for electric generation. He estimates that biomass fuels are 33% more efficient than fossil fuels.

“I’ve been afforded many opportunities as a student and as a staff member at SUNY Canton,” he said. “I’ve been able to build machines at the next level. That’s why any of the profits I make off of that pump will be donated back to the college.”

About SUNY Canton

SUNY Canton is Northern New York’s premier college for career-driven bachelor’s degrees, associate degrees and professional certificate programs. The college delivers quality hands-on programs in digital design, engineering technology, health, management and public service. Faculty members are noted for their professional real-world experience in addition to outstanding academic credentials. As SUNY’s leader in online education, SUNY Canton OnLine offers hundreds of flexible and convenient courses as well as 18 online degree programs. The college placed first in 14 categories in a SUNY-Wide Student Opinion Survey, most notably in career services, tutoring, library resources, and classroom facilities. The college’s 15 traditional athletic teams compete at the NCAA Division III level as part of the North Atlantic Conference. SUNY Canton also offers varsity esports and cheerleading.

SUNY Canton Recognizes Spring 2019 Graduating Class

Thursday, June 20th, 2019

Congratulations Graduates!

“The sky’s the limit on the possibilities that lie ahead,” said SUNY Canton President Zvi Szafran during this year’s Commencement Ceremony. “Your time here at SUNY Canton has opened many doors. You’ve worked hard and learned much You’ve developed academically and made life-long friends. Now I encourage you to go out there and make the best future for everyone!”

Graduates were emailed a Merit notification of their accomplishment The college uses each student’s college records to prepare a hometown news release. Students who have requested confidentiality are excluded from all public lists. For questions or to request a change, please contact SUNY Canton Public Relations at 315-386-7300 or email pr@cantonedu.

Among those who have graduated from SUNY Canton are: 

  • Isabel Abrams, Associate in Applied Science in Criminal Justice
  • Kwaku Acheampong, Associate in Applied Science in Nursing
  • Richard Ajetomobi, Bachelor of Technology in Health and Fitness Promotion
  • Elvin Alarcon-Cortes, Associate in Applied Science in Nursing
  • Kendra Allen, Associate in Applied Science in Veterinary Science Technology
  • Dulce Amador, Bachelor of Technology in Criminal Investigation
  • Frank Amar, Bachelor of Business Administration in Finance
  • Nathanial Anderson, Bachelor of Technology in Graphic and Multimedia Design
  • Christina Anderson, Bachelor of Science in Veterinary Technology
  • Vondell Antoine, Bachelor of Technology in Funeral Services Administration
  • Dana Arbusto, Associate in Applied Science in Veterinary Science Technology
  • Alec Arno, Certificate in Powersports Perform & Repair
  • Andrea Arquiett, Bachelor of Science in Nursing
  • Kristin Arquitt, Certificate in Practical Nursing
  • Holly Aschenbrenner, Associate in Applied Science in Nursing
  • Autumn Ashley, Bachelor of Technology in Civil and Environmental Engineering Technology
  • Rebecca Ashley, Associate in Applied Science in Business Administration
  • Dion Aumell, Bachelor of Technology in Health and Fitness Promotion
  • Demba Ba, Bachelor of Business Administration in Management
  • Anani Baccus, Associate in Applied Science in Individual Studies – Business
  • Marcus Baird, Bachelor of Business Administration in Management
  • Aylaia Banks, Bachelor of Science in Veterinary Technology
  • James Barksdale, Certificate in Electrical Construction & Maintenance
  • Tyriq Barnes, Associate in Applied Science in Criminal Justice
  • Nicholas Barney, Bachelor of Business Administration in Management
  • Natasha Barnhart, Associate in Applied Science in Veterinary Science Technology
  • Linda Barron, Associate in Applied Science in Veterinary Science Technology
  • Sarah Bartlett, Associate in Applied Science in Veterinary Science Technology
  • Tara Batson, Bachelor of Science in Nursing
  • Theresa Batt, Associate in Applied Science in Veterinary Science Technology
  • Michelle Battles, Bachelor of Science in Nursing
  • Brielle Beadle, Bachelor of Technology in Health and Fitness Promotion
  • Lorraine Beard, Associate in Applied Science in Nursing
  • KayTe Beardsley, Associate in Applied Science degrees in Individual Studies – Business and Dental Hygiene
  • Brianna Beaulieu, Bachelor of Technology in Criminal Investigation
  • Breanna Bedborough, Associate in Applied Science in Business Administration
  • Joshua Belile, Bachelor of Technology in Homeland Security
  • Taylor Bell, Associate in Science in Early Childhood Care and Management
  • Yemayah Benoit, Bachelor of Science in Applied Psychology
  • Kayla Bentz, Associate in Applied Science in Physical Therapist Assistant
  • Iliriana Berisha, Bachelor of Business Administration in Sports Management
  • Whitney Bernier, Bachelor of Science in Nursing
  • John Bernius, Bachelor of Technology in Funeral Services Administration
  • Jennifer Bieksza, Bachelor of Technology in Criminal Investigation
  • Noah Blair, Bachelor of Business Administration in Sports Management
  • Dakota Blake, Associate in Applied Science in Physical Therapist Assistant
  • Amanda Bocko, Associate in Science in Liberal Arts and Sciences: General Studies
  • Nina Boggiano, Associate in Applied Science in Individual Studies – Business
  • Savannah Bohnen, Bachelor of Technology in Health and Fitness Promotion
  • Brandon Boncamper, Bachelor of Technology in Homeland Security
  • Ulysis Bonsu, Associate in Science in Liberal Arts and Sciences: General Studies
  • Beth Borrelli, Certificate in Practical Nursing
  • Alexis Borst, Associate in Applied Science in Veterinary Science Technology
  • Thomas Bortnick, Associate in Applied Science in Business Administration
  • Bryan Boyce, Certificate in Electrical Construction & Maintenance
  • Chase Boyer, Bachelor of Technology in Civil and Environmental Engineering Technology
  • Kyle Boyer, Associate in Applied Science in Construction Technology: Management
  • Hannah Brady, Associate in Applied Science in Individual Studies – Business
  • Amber Braman, Bachelor of Science in Veterinary Technology
  • Kayla Bresett, Bachelor of Science in Health Care Management
  • Forrest Brockway, Bachelor of Technology in Homeland Security
  • Aaliyah Brooks, Bachelor of Science in Applied Psychology
  • Matthew Brown, Bachelor of Science in Veterinary Technology
  • Lydia Brown, Bachelor of Science in Health Care Management
  • Karisa Bryant, Bachelor of Science in Nursing
  • Michael Bucholtz, Associate in Science in Engineering Science
  • Yariadna Buckley, Associate in Applied Science in Dental Hygiene
  • Brennan Bueno, Associate in Applied Science in Mechanical Engineering Technology
  • John Burgan, Associate in Science in Liberal Arts and Sciences: General Studies
  • Nicholas Burnett, Associate in Applied Science in Electrical Engineering Technology
  • Tonnaja Byrd, Associate in Applied Science in Criminal Justice
  • Celia Cabral, Bachelor of Science in Legal Studies
  • Jessica Cabreja, Associate in Applied Science degrees in Dental Hygiene and Individual Studies – Business
  • Joseph Campbell, Bachelor of Technology in Mechanical Engineering Technology
  • James Canevari, Bachelor of Technology in Criminal Justice: Law Enforcement Leadership
  • Jolene Carotenuto, Bachelor of Science in Nursing
  • Tyler Carrow, Associate in Applied Science in Nursing
  • Kelsey Caruso-Sharpe, Associate in Applied Science in Veterinary Science Technology
  • Jacequelynn Caskinett, Associate in Applied Science in Criminal Justice
  • Erica Castrina, Bachelor of Business Administration in Finance
  • Carla Caswell, Bachelor of Technology in Legal Studies
  • Zachery Chambers, Bachelor of Technology in Information Technology
  • Da Juan Chandler, Bachelor of Business Administration in Sports Management
  • Kenric Chao, Bachelor of Technology in Criminal Investigation
  • Andrew Chapin, Bachelor of Technology in Civil and Environmental Engineering Technology
  • Beoncia Chaplin, Associate in Applied Science in Veterinary Science Technology
  • Paige Chase, Associate in Applied Science in Nursing
  • Randyl Chase, Bachelor of Science in Applied Psychology
  • Charissa Chavarria, Bachelor of Science in Health Care Management
  • Siu Ting Cheung, Bachelor of Technology in Civil and Environmental Engineering Technology
  • Tyler Chmielewski, Bachelor of Business Administration in Finance
  • Courtney Chudzinski, Certificate in Practical Nursing
  • Steven Clark, Associate in Applied Science in Criminal Justice
  • Riley Clark, Associate in Applied Science in Business Administration
  • Rosalind Clay, Bachelor of Science in Health Care Management
  • Breanna Clement, Associate in Applied Science in Physical Therapist Assistant
  • Kelsey Cleveland, Bachelor of Business Administration in Veterinary Service Admin
  • Kirk Colbert, Bachelor of Business Administration in Management
  • McKayla Coller, Associate in Applied Science in Criminal Justice
  • Joseph Colon, Bachelor of Business Administration in Sports Management
  • Matthew Colon, Associate in Applied Science in Business Administration
  • Mario Colucci, Bachelor of Technology in Funeral Services Administration
  • Kelly Conlon, Bachelor of Technology in Legal Studies
  • Cassandra Conrad, Bachelor of Science in Veterinary Technology
  • Shania Cook, Bachelor of Business Administration in Management
  • Tyler Cook, Associate in Applied Science in Criminal Justice
  • Courtney Cooper, Associate in Applied Science in Veterinary Science Technology
  • Samantha Coriano, Bachelor of Technology and an Associate in Applied Science in Criminal Investigation and Criminal Justice
  • Jessica Cornwell, Bachelor of Business Administration in Management
  • Alexandra Corradi, Bachelor of Science in Legal Studies
  • Colin Cota, Associate in Science in Liberal Arts and Sciences: General Studies
  • Kelly Cougler, Associate in Science in Liberal Arts and Sciences: General Studies
  • Michael Cougler, Bachelor of Business Administration in Sports Management
  • Martin Countryman, Associate in Applied Science in Construction Technology: Management
  • McCartney Countryman, Bachelor of Technology in Criminal Justice: Law Enforcement Leadership
  • Amy Cousins, Bachelor of Science in Applied Psychology
  • Robyn Cox, Associate in Applied Science in Individual Studies – Business
  • Elaja Cray, Associate in Applied Science in Criminal Justice
  • Giselle Croteau, Associate in Applied Science in Nursing
  • Caleb Cunningham, Associate in Applied Science in Criminal Justice
  • Ross Curley, Certificate in Practical Nursing
  • Amanda Dahl, Bachelor of Science in Veterinary Technology
  • Aaron Daniels, Associate in Applied Science in Civil Engineering Technology
  • Erica Daniels, Associate in Applied Science in Nursing
  • Charles Dann, Bachelor of Technology in Graphic and Multimedia Design
  • Brittany Davidson, Associate in Applied Science in Nursing
  • Nicole Davidson, Associate in Applied Science in Dental Hygiene
  • Dylan Davis, Bachelor of Business Administration in Sports Management
  • Jessica Dean, Certificate in Practical Nursing
  • Nicole Dececchis, Associate in Applied Science in Nursing
  • Jalisa Degrace, Bachelor of Technology and an Associate in Applied Science in Funeral Services Administration and Business Administration
  • Angelica Delosh-Niles, Certificate in Practical Nursing
  • Alyssa Depalma, Bachelor of Technology in Funeral Services Administration
  • Kortni Derouin, Associate in Applied Science in Veterinary Science Technology
  • Marissa Devine, Bachelor of Science in Health Care Management
  • Marcan Dickey, Bachelor of Technology in Electrical Engineering Technology
  • Emily Dishaw, Bachelor of Technology in Homeland Security
  • Jeffrey Dollinger, Associate in Applied Science in Business: Accounting
  • Chelsea Donovan, Bachelor of Science in Health Care Management
  • Chelsea Doolittle, Bachelor of Technology in Funeral Services Administration
  • Cole Douglas, Associate in Applied Science degrees in Individual Studies – Business and Dental Hygiene
  • Kyle Drake, Associate in Applied Science in Construction Technology: Management
  • Elise Dufresne, Bachelor of Science in Applied Psychology
  • Melissa Dumas, Certificate in Practical Nursing
  • Derrek DuPont, Bachelor of Technology in Criminal Investigation
  • Sara Durham, Associate in Applied Science in Nursing
  • Kathryn Dykes, Associate in Applied Science in Nursing
  • Cheyenne Earlywine, Associate in Applied Science in Individual Studies – Business
  • Logan Eddy, Bachelor of Technology in Homeland Security
  • Raigen Ehly, Associate in Applied Science in Veterinary Science Technology
  • Taylor Ellis, Certificate in Practical Nursing
  • Stephanie Evans, Bachelor of Technology in Homeland Security
  • Beth Farley, Bachelor of Science in Health Care Management
  • Tammy Farr, Bachelor of Science in Nursing
  • Emily Farrell, Associate in Science in Liberal Arts and Sciences: General Studies
  • Vanessa Favorito, Bachelor of Technology in Legal Studies
  • Heather Federow, Associate in Applied Science and a Bachelor of Science in Veterinary Science Technology and Veterinary Technology
  • Kylesha Ferguson, Associate in Applied Science in Veterinary Science Technology
  • Marquis Fernandez, Associate in Applied Science and a Bachelor of Science in Veterinary Science Technology and Veterinary Technology
  • Taylor Fisher, Bachelor of Science in Nursing
  • Omar Fisiru, Bachelor of Business Administration in Management
  • Andrew Fitch, Associate in Applied Science in Mechanical Engineering Technology
  • Samantha Fletcher, Certificate in Practical Nursing
  • Nicole Flores, Associate in Applied Science in Criminal Justice
  • Alex Folts, Bachelor of Business Administration in Management
  • Rebecca Foote, Bachelor of Technology in Criminal Justice: Law Enforcement Leadership
  • Allison Ford, Bachelor of Science in Veterinary Technology
  • Eric Fortner, Associate in Science in Engineering Science
  • Ashlee Fowler, Bachelor of Science in Applied Psychology
  • Emma-Lee Frary, Associate in Applied Science in Nursing
  • Megan Frasier, Bachelor of Technology in Criminal Investigation
  • Jacob Frego, Associate in Applied Science in Nursing
  • Jenna French, Associate in Applied Science in Veterinary Science Technology
  • Osvellyn Frika, Bachelor of Technology in Criminal Investigation
  • Megan Fullerton, Certificate in Practical Nursing
  • Ashley Furgison, Bachelor of Technology in Criminal Investigation
  • Holly Gagnon, Associate in Applied Science in Nursing
  • Daniel Gagnon, Bachelor of Technology in Mechanical Engineering Technology
  • Tricia Garceau, Associate in Science in Liberal Arts and Sciences: General Studies
  • Jose Garcia, Associate in Applied Science in Nursing
  • Dileidy Garcia Fernandez, Associate in Applied Science in Dental Hygiene
  • Nancy Gbekley, Associate in Applied Science in Business Administration
  • Andrew Gehrig, Bachelor of Business Administration in Finance
  • Katherine Giannetti, Bachelor of Technology in Health and Fitness Promotion
  • Paola Gil, Bachelor of Technology in Criminal Investigation
  • Ellen Gill, Associate in Applied Science in Dental Hygiene
  • Ashley Gillies, Associate in Applied Science in Nursing
  • Tristan Gilmour, Associate in Applied Science in Mechanical Engineering Technology
  • Corey Gold, Associate in Applied Science in Construction Technology: Management
  • Grace Goldie, Associate in Applied Science in Dental Hygiene
  • Mariah Gonyea, Associate in Applied Science in Veterinary Science Technology
  • Nikol Gonzalez, Bachelor of Technology in Criminal Investigation
  • Jamie Gonzalez, Bachelor of Technology in Criminal Investigation
  • Jennifer Gordon, Bachelor of Science in Nursing
  • Samantha Gosch, Bachelor of Business Administration in Management
  • Jordon Graban, Associate in Applied Science in Nursing
  • Deven Grant, Bachelor of Technology in Information Technology
  • Abiola Grant-Levine, Bachelor of Science in Health Care Management
  • Alyssa Gratien, Bachelor of Science in Nursing
  • Hunter Gray, Certificate in Electrical Construction & Maintenance
  • Alexander Green, Associate in Applied Science in General Technology
  • Mariah Greenman, Bachelor of Technology in Criminal Investigation
  • Marissa Grey-Schaber, Associate in Applied Science in Veterinary Science Technology
  • Teah Griffith, Associate in Applied Science in Dental Hygiene
  • Cathryn Griffith, Bachelor of Science in Health Care Management
  • Matthew Guarasce, Associate in Applied Science in Construction Technology: Management
  • Thomas Guilfoil, Associate in Applied Science in HVAC Engineering Technology
  • Logan Gushea, Associate in Applied Science in Criminal Justice
  • Kaylee Gydesen, Associate in Applied Science in Dental Hygiene
  • Kadie Haines, Associate in Applied Science in Criminal Justice
  • Stacie Hale, Associate in Science in Liberal Arts and Sciences: General Studies
  • Kelli Hall, Associate in Applied Science in Veterinary Science Technology
  • Elizabeth Hall, Bachelor of Science in Nursing
  • Sydney Hamilton, Associate in Science in Early Childhood Care and Management
  • ElizaJane Hamilton, Associate in Applied Science in Nursing
  • Matthew Hamilton, Associate in Applied Science in Automotive Technology
  • Emily Hankins, Associate in Applied Science in Nursing
  • Janie Hansel, Bachelor of Science in Health Care Management
  • Logan Harrington, Associate in Applied Science in Dental Hygiene
  • Mariah Harris, Associate in Applied Science in Nursing
  • Jordan Hatch, Bachelor of Technology in Homeland Security
  • Rebecca Hathaway, Associate in Applied Science degrees in Individual Studies – Business and Nursing
  • Mikayla Hayden, Associate in Applied Science in Veterinary Science Technology
  • Kierian Heagle, Bachelor of Technology in Homeland Security
  • Thomas Heath, Bachelor of Science in Graphic and Multimedia Design
  • Daniel Hegarty, Bachelor of Science in Health Care Management
  • Acadia Heider, Associate in Applied Science in Nursing
  • Kristen Heinmiller, Bachelor of Business Administration in Veterinary Service Admin
  • Natalie Herrera-Rivera, Associate in Applied Science in Criminal Justice
  • Leilonnie Herrington, Associate in Applied Science in Nursing
  • Madeline Hewitt, Bachelor of Science in Legal Studies
  • Joi Higgs, Bachelor of Science in Applied Psychology
  • Hunter Hilton, Bachelor of Technology in Homeland Security
  • Brett Hoberman, Bachelor of Business Administration in Sports Management
  • Christian Hojenski, Bachelor of Technology in Homeland Security
  • Daniel Holcomb, Bachelor of Technology in Criminal Justice: Law Enforcement Leadership
  • Pamela Hollington, Bachelor of Science in Nursing
  • Bridget Honore, Bachelor of Business Administration in Management
  • Melissa Huddleston, Associate in Applied Science in Nursing
  • Kiernan Hughes, Associate in Applied Science in Nursing
  • Ryan Hurlbert, Associate in Applied Science and Certificate in Individual Studies – Business and Air Conditioning Maintenance & Repair
  • Taylor Hutton, Associate in Applied Science in Nursing
  • Verner Ingram, Associate in Applied Science in Nursing
  • Marissa Ixtlahuac, Associate in Applied Science in Veterinary Science Technology
  • Ruth Jabaut, Associate in Applied Science in Criminal Justice
  • Dajona Jackson, Certificate in Practical Nursing
  • Daniel Jacobs, Bachelor of Business Administration in Finance
  • Erin Jacobs, Bachelor of Science in Applied Psychology
  • Christian James, Certificate in Electrical Construction & Maintenance
  • Tyron Jamison, Bachelor of Science in Graphic and Multimedia Design
  • Brendan Jerkowski, Certificate and Associate in Applied Science in Heating & Plumbing Service and HVAC Engineering Technology
  • Mia Jermano, Associate in Applied Science in Nursing
  • Carina Jett, Associate in Science in Liberal Arts and Sciences: General Studies
  • Karl Johansen, Bachelor of Technology in Criminal Investigation
  • Dominique Johnson, Associate in Applied Science in Business Administration
  • Jenese Johnson, Associate in Applied Science in Criminal Justice
  • Daniel Johnson, Associate in Applied Science in Physical Therapist Assistant
  • Janay Johnson, Associate in Science in Liberal Arts and Sciences: General Studies
  • Sara Jordan, Associate in Applied Science in Dental Hygiene
  • Joseph Kasinge, Bachelor of Technology in Information Technology
  • Victoria Kenny, Associate in Applied Science in Nursing
  • Amanda Kenyon, Bachelor of Science in Nursing
  • Taylor Kiechle, Bachelor of Science in Health Care Management
  • Melyssa Kimbell, Bachelor of Technology in Funeral Services Administration
  • Hope Kingston, Certificate in Practical Nursing
  • Maricel Kitts, Associate in Applied Science in Nursing
  • Rachel Klock, Associate in Applied Science in Nursing
  • Kody Kocsis, Bachelor of Technology in Electrical Engineering Technology
  • Taylor Kocsis, Associate in Applied Science in Veterinary Science Technology
  • Kristen Kroniser, Associate in Applied Science in Nursing
  • David Ladwig, Bachelor of Science in Legal Studies
  • Ashley LaFay, Bachelor of Science in Nursing
  • Megan LaFlesh, Associate in Applied Science in Veterinary Science Technology
  • Lindsey LaMarche, Bachelor of Science in Veterinary Technology
  • Brittany Landoll, Certificate in Practical Nursing
  • Tanner Lapiene, Associate in Applied Science in Nursing
  • Shawn LaPointe, Bachelor of Technology in Mechanical Engineering Technology
  • Bobbie Jo Lapradd, Certificate in Practical Nursing
  • Jacqueline Larocque, Bachelor of Science and Associate in Applied Science in Veterinary Technology and Veterinary Science Technology
  • Alicia LaRose, Bachelor of Science in Nursing
  • Elizabeth LaSalle, Associate in Applied Science degrees in Individual Studies – Business and Dental Hygiene
  • Tyler Law, Bachelor of Technology in Criminal Justice: Law Enforcement Leadership
  • Zachary Lawler, Associate in Applied Science in Electrical Engineering Technology
  • Alyssa Lawrence, Bachelor of Science in Emergency Management
  • India Leddy, Associate in Applied Science in Veterinary Science Technology
  • Eileen Lee, Bachelor of Science in Health Care Management
  • Malka Leidner, Bachelor of Technology in Homeland Security
  • Barandyk Leo, Bachelor of Technology in Civil and Environmental Engineering Technology
  • Kyle Leroux, Bachelor of Technology in Electrical Engineering Technology
  • Jesse Levine, Bachelor of Technology in Criminal Investigation
  • Jeremy Lewis, Bachelor of Technology in Funeral Services Administration
  • Derek Lewis, Bachelor of Science in Health Care Management
  • Kyle Ling, Associate in Applied Science in Criminal Justice
  • Ashley Livingston, Bachelor of Technology in Civil and Environmental Engineering Technology
  • Stephanie Loftus, Associate in Applied Science in Nursing
  • Jonathan Luse, Associate in Applied Science in Mechanical Engineering Technology
  • Collin Lynk, Bachelor of Technology in Criminal Investigation
  • Lisa Lytle, Associate in Applied Science in Veterinary Science Technology
  • Erica Madura, Associate in Applied Science in Nursing
  • Edward Malinoski, Bachelor of Business Administration in Sports Management
  • Erica Mallette, Associate in Applied Science in Nursing
  • Shyane Manley, Associate in Science in Liberal Arts and Sciences: General Studies
  • Trisha Mannarino, Associate in Applied Science in Individual Studies – Business
  • Annalisa Mariani, Bachelor of Business Administration in Finance
  • Caitlin Marks, Associate in Applied Science in Nursing
  • Danielle Marshall, Bachelor of Business Administration in Veterinary Service Admin
  • Shawn Martin, Associate in Applied Science in Physical Therapist Assistant
  • Ian Martin, Certificate in Electrical Construction & Maintenance
  • Destiny Mason, Bachelor of Business Administration in Management
  • Ayanna Mason, Associate in Applied Science in Nursing
  • Joshua May, Bachelor of Technology in Homeland Security
  • Anthony Mcclary, Bachelor of Science in Applied Psychology
  • Kiera McConnell, Associate in Applied Science in Nursing
  • Sean Mcfaddin, Associate in Applied Science and two certificatesin Individual Studies – Business, Heating & Plumbing Service, and Air Conditioning Maintenance & Repair
  • Damion McFarlane, Bachelor of Technology in Criminal Investigation
  • Reily McIntosh, Associate in Applied Science in Business Administration
  • Ariel Mclean, Associate in Applied Science in Individual Studies – Business
  • Brandon McPherson, Associate in Applied Science in Computer Information Systems
  • Bryan Mehaffy, Bachelor of Technology in Industrial Technology Managemt
  • Melissa Mello, Associate in Applied Science in Veterinary Science Technology
  • Kaylah Menchaca, Bachelor of Technology in Health and Fitness Promotion
  • David Mendez, Certificate in Practical Nursing
  • Devon Meunier, Bachelor of Technology in Mechanical Engineering Technology
  • James Middlemiss, Associate in Applied Science in Business Administration
  • Cortney Miller, Associate in Applied Science in Electrical Engineering Technology
  • Stefanie Miller, Bachelor of Technology in Health and Fitness Promotion
  • Brittany Miner, Bachelor of Technology in Criminal Investigation
  • Danielle Mitchell, Associate in Applied Science in Nursing
  • James Mitchell, Bachelor of Science in Emergency Management
  • Paige Monacelli, Associate in Science in Early Childhood Care and Management
  • Joshua Monplaisir, Associate in Applied Science in Individual Studies – Business
  • Brian Moore, Associate in Applied Science in Veterinary Science Technology
  • Jacob Moore, Certificate in Air Conditioning Maintenance & Repair
  • Tyler Moraski, Associate in Applied Science in Mechanical Engineering Technology
  • Frank Moraucik, Associate in Science in Liberal Arts and Sciences: General Studies
  • Jenifer Morgan, Bachelor of Business Administration in Sports Management
  • Kayla Morley, Associate in Applied Science and Bachelor of Science in Veterinary Science Technology and Veterinary Technology
  • Coby Munson, Bachelor of Technology in Electrical Engineering Technology
  • Emily Murdock, Associate in Applied Science in Nursing
  • Devin Murtagh, Bachelor of Business Administration in Management
  • Kayla Myers, Bachelor of Science in Nursing
  • Amanda Nahar, Associate in Applied Science in Veterinary Science Technology
  • Kattie Nanticoke, Certificate in Practical Nursing
  • Lane Netto, Bachelor of Technology in Information Technology
  • Alexys Newborn, Bachelor of Science in Veterinary Technology
  • Hughes Martial Ntwari, Bachelor of Business Administrationistrationin Management
  • Michaela O’Riley, Bachelor of Science in Veterinary Technology
  • Samuel Ogunnowo, Bachelor of Technology in Electrical Engineering Technology
  • Daniel Olin, Bachelor of Technology in Civil and Environmental Engineering Technology
  • Jessica Oliver, Bachelor of Technology in Health and Fitness Promotion
  • Melinda Orologio, Associate in Applied Science in Criminal Justice
  • Delaney Orsorio, Associate in Applied Science in Individual Studies – Business
  • Brandon Osborne, Bachelor of Technology in Homeland Security
  • Mavis Osei, Bachelor of Science in Health Care Management
  • Brooke Oshier, Certificate in Practical Nursing
  • Jaedyn Ossont, Bachelor of Business Administration in Sports Management
  • Kayla Ostasz, Associate in Applied Science in Dental Hygiene
  • Sean Owney, Bachelor of Technology in Criminal Investigation
  • Jessica Pacific, Bachelor of Business Administration in Finance
  • Ashley Paez, Bachelor of Science and Associate in Applied Science in Veterinary Technology and Veterinary Science Technology
  • Grace Page, Bachelor of Business Administration in Sports Management
  • Brandon Palmer, Certificate in Electrical Construction & Maintenance
  • Kasey Palmer, Associate in Applied Science in Veterinary Science Technology
  • Leanne Paradis, Bachelor of Business Administration in Management
  • Chelsea Parmeter, Certificate in Practical Nursing
  • Czyril Patacxil, Associate in Applied Science in Physical Therapist Assistant
  • Rachel Paugh, Associate in Applied Science in Veterinary Science Technology
  • Apryl Paul, Associate in Applied Science in Nursing
  • Zach Pease, Bachelor of Science in Applied Psychology
  • Cody Peets, Associate in Applied Science in Business: Accounting
  • Jessica Pele, Bachelor of Technology in Health and Fitness Promotion
  • Kerri Pellam, Associate in Applied Science in Nursing
  • Lesley Perez, Associate in Applied Science in Criminal Justice
  • Erik Perry, Bachelor of Business Administration and an Associate in Science in Management and Business Administration
  • Brianna Perryman, Associate in Applied Science in Criminal Justice
  • Alexandra Pesold, Associate in Applied Science in Nursing
  • Casey Petell, Bachelor of Technology in Criminal Justice: Law Enforcement Leadership
  • Sean Phelan, Bachelor of Technology in Health and Fitness Promotion
  • Sentara Phillips, Associate in Science in Liberal Arts and Sciences: General Studies
  • Charmaine Phillips, Bachelor of Science in Health Care Management
  • Anita Piazza, Bachelor of Technology in Legal Studies
  • Kelly Piedrahita, Associate in Applied Science in Veterinary Science Technology
  • Cole Piercey, Certificate in Air Conditioning Maintenance & Repair
  • Gokul Pisharody, Associate in Applied Science in Physical Therapist Assistant
  • Ashleigh Pitts, Associate in Applied Science in Veterinary Science Technology
  • Tosha Plichta, Bachelor of Business Administration in Finance
  • David Pontore, Bachelor of Technology in Mechanical Engineering Technology
  • Olivia Post, Bachelor of Science in Applied Psychology
  • Quentin Powers, Bachelor of Technology in Homeland Security
  • Chanel Pozo, Bachelor of Science in Applied Psychology
  • Marsha Prashaw, Associate in Applied Science in Nursing
  • Kara Primer, Associate in Applied Science in Criminal Justice
  • Haley Purdy, Associate in Applied Science in Veterinary Science Technology
  • Kellyann Quintana, Bachelor of Science in Health Care Management
  • Jocelyn Racette, Bachelor of Technology in Civil and Environmental Engineering Technology
  • Brittany Rafferty, Bachelor of Science in Nursing
  • Samantha Ramsey, Bachelor of Technology in Criminal Investigation
  • Tyler Redziniak, Bachelor of Business Administration in Finance
  • Brandon Rexford, Bachelor of Science in Nursing
  • Markie Richard, Associate in Science in Liberal Arts and Sciences: General Studies
  • Cameron Rider, Associate in Science in Engineering Science
  • Michelle Riordan, Bachelor of Science in Legal Studies
  • Susannah Ripley, Bachelor of Science in Health Care Management
  • Libby Ritchie, Associate in Applied Science in Nursing
  • Jewelia Ritter, Associate in Applied Science in Dental Hygiene
  • Edward Ritz, Associate in Applied Science and Bachelor of Science in Business: Accounting and Health Care Management
  • Amaya Rivera, Associate in Science in Early Childhood Care and Management
  • Christopher Robbins, Bachelor of Technology in Criminal Justice: Law Enforcement Leadership
  • Taylor Robert, Associate in Science in Early Childhood Care and Management
  • Peyton Robinson, Bachelor of Technology in Criminal Investigation
  • Jessica Rode, Associate in Applied Science in Individual Studies – Business
  • Jorge Rodriguez Lomeli, Bachelor of Business Administration in Veterinary Service Admin
  • Sade Rogers, Bachelor of Science in Health Care Management
  • Leanne Rogers, Associate in Applied Science in Nursing
  • Lauren Roth, Associate in Applied Science in Veterinary Science Technology
  • Conner Roy, Bachelor of Technology in Electrical Engineering Technology
  • Shelly Rubas, Associate in Applied Science in Dental Hygiene
  • Joshua Rubin, Bachelor of Technology in Funeral Services Administration
  • Alibria Ryan, Bachelor of Science in Health Care Management
  • Allyssa Sabre, Associate in Applied Science in Nursing
  • Steven Sanchez, Associate in Applied Science in Physical Therapist Assistant
  • Bradley Sandroni, Associate in Applied Science in Construction Technology: Management
  • Gabriel Santana, Bachelor of Science in Emergency Management
  • Brittany Santana, Bachelor of Science in Health Care Management
  • Sawyer Santimaw, Associate in Science in Liberal Arts and Sciences: General Studies
  • Christina Saraiva, Associate in Applied Science in Nursing
  • Joseph Sauve, Bachelor of Technology in Health and Fitness Promotion
  • Griffin Savard, Associate in Applied Science in Automotive Technology
  • Michael Scaramuzzino, Bachelor of Science in Nursing
  • Chelsea Scheuerman, Bachelor of Science in Health Care Management
  • Ryan Schubert, Bachelor of Technology in Criminal Investigation
  • Raquel Screnci, Associate in Applied Science in Physical Therapist Assistant
  • Kimberly Serrano, Bachelor of Science in Health Care Management
  • Tara Shea, Associate in Applied Science in Nursing
  • Taryn Sheldon, Associate in Applied Science in Nursing
  • Emily Shepherd, Associate in Science in Liberal Arts and Sciences: General Studies
  • Sarah Shirley, Associate in Applied Science in Business: Accounting
  • Crystal Shorette, Associate in Applied Science and a Bachelor of Business Administration in Individual Studies – Business and Finance
  • Kristen Siegel, Associate in Applied Science in Veterinary Science Technology
  • Nancy Silva, Associate in Applied Science in Individual Studies – Business
  • Allen Simancas, Associate in Applied Science in Criminal Justice
  • Grace Smith, Associate in Applied Science in Nursing
  • Miranda Smith, Associate in Applied Science in Veterinary Science Technology
  • Samantha Smith, Bachelor of Technology in Health and Fitness Promotion
  • Siani Smith, Associate in Applied Science in Criminal Justice
  • Kyle Smith, Bachelor of Technology in Homeland Security
  • Lorraina Smith-Mosley, Associate in Science in Liberal Arts and Sciences: General Studies
  • Riley Smutz, Certificate in Air Conditioning Maintenance & Repair
  • Ann Snell, Bachelor of Science in Nursing
  • Nicholas Snyder, Certificate in Air Conditioning Maintenance & Repair
  • Mitchell Spany, Bachelor of Technology in Health and Fitness Promotion
  • Ashleen Speen, Associate in Applied Science in Business Administration
  • Zachary Stash, Bachelor of Technology in Industrial Technology Managemt
  • Bromlen Steinburg, Bachelor of Technology in Civil and Environmental Engineering Technology
  • Kendra Stelick, Associate in Applied Science in Dental Hygiene
  • John Stevenson, Bachelor of Technology in Graphic and Multimedia Design
  • Jordan Stewart, Bachelor of Business Administration in Sports Management
  • Bailey Stickney, Associate in Applied Science in Nursing
  • Nathan Stickney, Bachelor of Technology in Electrical Engineering Technology
  • Samantha Stone, Bachelor of Technology in Criminal Investigation
  • Christopher Strack, Associate in Applied Science in Computer Information Systems
  • Zoe Strong, Bachelor of Technology in Criminal Justice: Law Enforcement Leadership
  • Paige Sunderland, Associate in Applied Science in Nursing
  • Evan Swamp, Associate in Applied Science in Automotive Technology
  • Chase Sweeney, Associate in Applied Science in Criminal Justice
  • Cole Sweeney, Associate in Applied Science in Criminal Justice
  • Kaylin Switzer, Associate in Applied Science in Nursing
  • Rebecca Sykes, Associate in Applied Science in Nursing
  • Andrew Tapia, Bachelor of Business Administration in Management
  • Tia Tassava, Bachelor of Business Administration in Management
  • Riley Taylor, Bachelor of Technology in Mechanical Engineering Technology
  • Yvan Vladimir Tchounga, Bachelor of Business Administrationistrationin Management
  • Austin Tellez, Bachelor of Technology in Criminal Investigation
  • William Tennant, Bachelor of Technology in Mechanical Engineering Technology
  • Karolina Terebey, Associate in Applied Science in Dental Hygiene
  • Christopher Theophile, Bachelor of Technology in Criminal Investigation
  • Melissa Thomas, Associate in Applied Science in Nursing
  • Josephine Thompson, Associate in Applied Science in Veterinary Science Technology
  • Rachel Thornhill, Associate in Applied Science in Physical Therapist Assistant
  • Shane Tiernan, Certificate in Electrical Construction & Maintenance
  • Bryan Tirado Robles, Bachelor of Science in Health Care Management
  • Alexandra Tornatore, Associate in Applied Science in Veterinary Science Technology
  • Naphateria Torrence, Associate in Applied Science in Veterinary Science Technology
  • Collin Trathen, Associate in Science in Engineering Science
  • Cory Trombino, Certificate in Air Conditioning Maintenance & Repair
  • Brooke Trombly, Certificate in Practical Nursing
  • Brittney Umana, Associate in Applied Science and a Bachelor of Science in Veterinary Science Technology and Veterinary Technology
  • Mary Vaisey, Bachelor of Science in Applied Psychology
  • Wendy Van Der Water, Associate in Applied Science in Business Administration
  • Joseph Vandewege, Bachelor of Technology in Criminal Investigation
  • John Vasquez, Associate in Applied Science in Nursing
  • Jacob Vierno, Bachelor of Technology in Homeland Security
  • Jenna Walker, Associate in Applied Science in Dental Hygiene
  • Joseph Walker, Associate in Science in Engineering Science
  • Mariah Wallace, Bachelor of Science in Nursing
  • Robert Wallace, Bachelor of Business Administration in Finance
  • Lenysia Walters, Bachelor of Science in Health Care Management
  • Clifton Warter, Certificate in Powersports Perform & Repair
  • Kayla Warycha, Bachelor of Science in Health Care Management
  • Kayla Weakley, Associate in Applied Science in Veterinary Science Technology
  • Chris Wentzel, Bachelor of Technology in Information Technology
  • Diamond West, Bachelor of Business Administration in Management
  • Alex West, Bachelor of Technology in Criminal Investigation
  • Samantha White, Associate in Applied Science in Nursing
  • Dontae Whitehead, Bachelor of Business Administration in Sports Management
  • Adriana Whitmarsh, Certificate in Practical Nursing
  • Daniel Whitton, Associate in Science in Engineering Science
  • Kursten Wiegandt, Associate in Applied Science in Nursing
  • Robyn Wilk, Associate in Applied Science in Veterinary Science Technology
  • Shalica Williams, Bachelor of Business Administration in Sports Management
  • Tasheye Williams, Associate in Applied Science in Nursing
  • Zachary Williams, Associate in Applied Science in Physical Therapist Assistant
  • Courtney Williams, Associate in Applied Science in Dental Hygiene
  • Teara Williams, Bachelor of Technology in Criminal Investigation
  • Carol Wilson, Bachelor of Business Administration in Management
  • Emily Witkop, Associate in Applied Science in Nursing
  • Sydney Wood, Associate in Applied Science in Individual Studies – Business
  • Emily Wood, Bachelor of Technology in Funeral Services Administration
  • Erik Wood, Certificate in Electrical Construction & Maintenance
  • Bristol Woods, Associate in Applied Science in Veterinary Science Technology
  • Jahara Wright Walker, Associate in Applied Science in Criminal Justice
  • Andrea Wrobel, Associate in Applied Science in Business Administration
  • Ashley Yarter, Bachelor of Science in Graphic and Multimedia Design
  • Joshua Yelvington, Bachelor of Business Administration in Finance
  • Nicole Yeomans, Associate in Applied Science in Dental Hygiene
  • Cassidy Yetter, Bachelor of Science in Veterinary Technology
  • Raechel Yost, Bachelor of Science in Veterinary Technology
  • Bailie Young, Bachelor of Technology in Criminal Investigation
  • Kyle Yuckel, Bachelor of Science in Veterinary Technology
  • Kaleigh Zappia, Bachelor of Technology in Civil and Environmental Engineering Technology

Plant Engineer Receives SUNY Chancellor’s Award

Tuesday, June 18th, 2019

A SUNY Canton employee and alumnus has been selected by SUNY Chancellor Kristina M. Johnson to receive the 2019 Chancellor’s Award for Excellence in Classified Service.

Plant Utility Engineer Brett M. Furnia was presented with the honor at the college’s annual Recognition Day event.

Szafran and Furnia
Pictured (l to r) are SUNY Canton President Zvi Szafran and Plant Utility Engineer Brett M. Furnia. Furnia is a 2012 graduate of SUNY Canton who won the 2019 Chancellor’s Award for Excellence in Classified Service.

Furnia started his career at SUNY Canton in 2002 as a University Police Officer, obtaining the rank of lieutenant. He then began working for the Physical Plant as a utility assistant while taking courses to earn an associate degree in General Technology. After passing the Civil Service examination, he was promoted to plant utility engineer in 2009 and graduated from SUNY Canton in 2012.

Colleagues credit his willingness to proactively seek out professional development opportunities that benefit the college. Most recently, Furnia completed the rigorous requirements to become a New York State-certified code enforcement official (CEO). In this role, he will assist other campus CEOs with keeping staff, students and visitors safe.

He also gives back by serving as vice president of the SUNY Canton Civil Service Employees Association (CSEA) chapter and as a member of the association’s Central New York Safety and Health Committee.

In addition to his exemplary job performance, Furnia has distinguished himself by being a positive role model for student workers and junior staff.

“Brett’s contributions to the campus and his commitment to lifelong learning make him the ideal candidate to receive this award,” said SUNY Canton President Zvi Szafran. “His outstanding work ethic, skill in mentoring students and staff, and efforts to promote a safe, welcoming campus environment have created a positive ripple effect that will be felt far beyond our community.”

About SUNY Canton

SUNY Canton is Northern New York’s premier college for career-driven bachelor’s degrees, associate degrees and professional certificate programs. The college delivers quality hands-on programs in digital design, engineering technology, health, management and public service. Faculty members are noted for their professional real-world experience in addition to outstanding academic credentials. As SUNY’s leader in online education, SUNY Canton OnLine offers hundreds of flexible and convenient courses as well as 18 online degree programs. The college placed first in 14 categories in a SUNY-Wide Student Opinion Survey, most notably in career services, tutoring, library resources, and classroom facilities. The college’s 15 traditional athletic teams compete at the NCAA Division III level as part of the North Atlantic Conference. SUNY Canton also offers varsity esports and cheerleading.

SUNY Canton Steel Bridge Team Lands Top Ten Finish in National Championships

Tuesday, June 11th, 2019

The SUNY Canton Steel Bridge team locked in a ninth-place finish at the 2019 American Institute of Steel Construction (AISC) National Competition. 

Students from the college’s Canino School of Engineering Technology traveled with faculty members to compete Friday, May 1, at Southern Illinois University, Carbondale.

The steel bridge team stands with their bridge in front of Saluki Stadium.

“We competed against the best teams in the United States and performed near flawlessly,” said Paul D. Hitchman, an instructional support associate and faculty adviser for the student-run team. “I’m proud of our students’ genuine ingenuity with this year’s bridge.”

A student uses a drill to bolt a portion of the steel bridge.

The team placed 3rd in Construction Speed, 3rd in Stiffness, 6th in Economy, 12th in Efficiency, 22nd in Aesthetics, and 29th in Lightness out of 41 competitors. “We are counting this as a solid victory,” Hitchman said. 

Student competitors included: 

  • Chase D. Boyer, a Civil and Environmental Engineering Technology major from Alex Bay.
  • Josh Glosenger, a Civil and Environmental Engineering Technology major from Endicott.
  • Dale R. Harris, a Civil and Environmental Engineering Technology major from Dundee.
  • Daniel Olin, a Civil and Environmental Engineering Technology major from Canton.
  • Stephen J. Schermerhorn, a Civil and Environmental Engineering Technology major from Cicero.
  • Bromlen E. Steinburg, a Civil and Environmental Engineering Technology major from Madrid.
  • Benjamin York, a Mechanical Engineering Technology major from Auburn

SUNY Canton is scheduled to host the 2020 AISC Upstate New York Regional Student Steel Bridge Competition next spring. 

SUNY Canton Lowers Prices on Esports Camps

Monday, June 10th, 2019

Roster spots for SUNY Canton’s first ever eSports camps are beginning to fill up. Just two weeks after the initial announcement, the college has filled nearly half of its offerings in the summer day camps for middle and high school students.

“We made some adjustments to the pricing and schedule, and people are responding well to the opportunities,” said Charles W. Murray, esports coordinator. “All levels of gamers, from casual to varsity hopefuls, are welcome.”

Cost per week is now $250 per student, with a $25 rate reduction for groups of two or more. 

Overwatch players compete in the new eSports Arena.

Camps run from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Thursday, and 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Fridays beginning July 8 in the college’s state-of-the-art esports arena. Gameplay in this facility is typically reserved for varsity collegiate matches and has been opened exclusively during the summer for the camp sessions.

“We’re hoping to reach as many younger gamers as we can through our summer outreach,” said Charles W. Murray, esports coordinator. “In addition to our 24 high-end competition Alienware computers, we have a slew of Xbox One X, PlayStation Pro, and Nintendo Switch consoles for everyone to try out. Students will be amazed with the equipment and the experience.”

Murray will be providing coaching in Blizzard’s “Overwatch” and Epic Games’ “Fortnite.” Other members of the college’s teams will also be on hand to facilitate quality game play. Other SUNY Canton teams include Riot’s “League of Legends,” EA Games’ “FIFA,” and Nintendo’s “Super Smash Bros. Ultimate,” among others. Campers will be able to play all of these titles, and even participate in competitive quests in Mojang’s “Minecraft.”

SUNY Canton esports camps are designed for gamers entering grade six and up. Lunch will be provided daily. Each session concludes with an awards ceremony. To sign up and for payment details, please visit www.canton.edu/esports/registration.html. For more information, email Murray at murrayc@canton.edu.

About SUNY Canton

SUNY Canton is Northern New York’s premier college for career-driven bachelor’s degrees, associate degrees and professional certificate programs. The college delivers quality hands-on programs in digital design, engineering technology, health, management and public service. Faculty members are noted for their professional real-world experience in addition to outstanding academic credentials. As SUNY’s leader in online education, SUNY Canton OnLine offers hundreds of flexible and convenient courses as well as 19 online degree programs. The college placed first in 14 categories in a SUNY-Wide Student Opinion Survey, most notably in career services, tutoring, library resources, and classroom facilities. The college’s 15 traditional athletic teams compete at the NCAA Division III level as part of the North Atlantic Conference. SUNY Canton also offers varsity esports and cheerleading.

SUNY Canton Retail Dining Associate Receives Northstar Award

Thursday, June 6th, 2019

The SUNY Canton student body has selected a College Association retail dining associate to receive the 2019 Northstar Award.

Vicki J. Lavoie, who has worked at the college for 20 years, was presented with the honor by student representatives from the College Activities Board and the Student Government Association.

Courtney Bish, Kaitlyn Trusty, Sidei Clouden, Vicki Lavoie, and President Szafran
Pictured (l to r) are SUNY Canton Vice President for Student Affairs Courtney B. Bish, Student Government Association Vice President Kaitlyn Trusty, College Activities Board President Sidei Clouden, College Association Retail Dining Associate Vicki J. Lavoie, and SUNY Canton President Zvi Szafran.

The annual Northstar Award is given to one faculty or staff member who has made outstanding contributions to the college. Lavoie has worked as the lead dining associate at one of the most popular eateries on campus, Cyber Café, since 2004. Prior to that, she was a supervisor at Chaney Dining Center. Students praised her dedication to customer service and efforts to create a welcoming environment throughout her entire career.

“Vicki is a beloved member of the campus community because of her warm and caring personality,” said College Activities Board President Sidei Clouden, a Veterinary Services Administration major from Brooklyn. “She has made significant contributions to the overall student experience, and we believe she is one of the many people who make SUNY Canton an outstanding place.”

Lavoie said she enjoys seeing students succeed in and out of the classroom, and it’s the relationships she forms with them that make her job worthwhile.

Vicki Lavoie gives an acceptance speech behind a podium.
College Association Retail Dining Associate Vicki J. Lavoie addresses a group of college students upon winning the Northstar Award. The accolade is bestowed upon a faculty or staff member who has made outstanding contributions to the college.

“It has always been my pleasure to be a part of their journey here,” she said. “I’m very grateful to the students for selecting me to receive this prestigious award.”

Lavoie’s dedication was previously recognized by the SUNY Canton College Council, who presented her with the annual Employee Recognition Award in 2010.

About SUNY Canton

SUNY Canton is Northern New York’s premier college for career-driven bachelor’s degrees, associate degrees and professional certificate programs. The college delivers quality hands-on programs in digital design, engineering technology, health, management and public service. Faculty members are noted for their professional real-world experience in addition to outstanding academic credentials. As SUNY’s leader in online education, SUNY Canton OnLine offers hundreds of flexible and convenient courses as well as 18 online degree programs. The college placed first in 14 categories in a SUNY-Wide Student Opinion Survey, most notably in career services, tutoring, library resources, and classroom facilities. The college’s 15 traditional athletic teams compete at the NCAA Division III level as part of the North Atlantic Conference. SUNY Canton also offers varsity esports and cheerleading.