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SUNY Canton Announces 3+3 Partnership with University at Buffalo School of Law

Wednesday, November 28th, 2018

SUNY Canton is launching a program that will allow students to earn both a bachelor’s degree and a law degree in just six years.

The new agreement with University at Buffalo School of Law is an accelerated program that requires three years of undergraduate study in either Legal Studies or Applied Psychology at SUNY Canton, and an additional three years at the UB School of Law.

“This partnership allows students to complete both degrees in six years of full-time study instead of seven, saving them an entire year’s worth of tuition,” said SUNY Canton Dean of the School of Business and Liberal Arts Philip T. Neisser. “This is a tremendous opportunity for our graduates to take advantage of one of the most cost-efficient ways to earn a law degree in the nation.”

Earn a Bachelor's and a UB Law Degree in 6 years with SUNY Canton and University of Buffalo School of Law

Candidates must maintain at least a 3.5 GPA, complete the Law School Admission Test (LSAT) with an LSAT score at or above the median LSAT score for the School of Law’s previous year’s enrolled class, and apply to the UB School of Law during their junior year. Upon successful completion of the first-year law school curriculum, students’ credits are transferred back to SUNY Canton to fulfill the bachelor’s degree requirements.

“With a significant number of our Legal Studies students already enrolling in law schools, the accelerated program allows them to become attorneys sooner, and at a substantially reduced cost,” said SUNY Canton Professor and Curriculum Coordinator for the Legal Studies program Jondavid S. DeLong, J.D.

Those who choose the Applied Psychology track will build a strong foundation of psychology applied to human services.

“The combination of these two degrees (Applied Psychology and Law) is an outstanding fit for anyone interested in the law as it pertains to mental health, witness and jury behavior, juveniles and family, and understanding the larger social systems and resources that help people in need,” said SUNY Canton Assistant Professor and Curriculum Coordinator for the Applied Psychology Program Barat Wolfe, Ph.D.

Students may begin the accelerated program as early as Fall 2019. Graduates have a number of career options, including private practice, judicial clerkships, public interest work, or leadership positions in government or business.

“As the State of New York’s law school, we are committed to providing talented students with greater access to legal education,” said UB School of Law Dean Aviva Abramovsky. “We are pleased to partner with another SUNY institution that values that commitment, and that has a reputation for educating future leaders.”

“This partnership was a natural fit, considering SUNY Canton and UB School of Law’s shared emphasis on applied, hands-on learning experiences,” said Neisser. “Our students will be prepared to easily transition to graduate study and pursue successful careers in law and policy.”

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. The college’s 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 16 online degree programs. The college’s 15 athletic teams compete at the NCAA Division III level as part of the North Atlantic Conference.

About the University at Buffalo School of Law

Since its founding in 1887, the University at Buffalo School of Law – the State University of New York system’s only law school – has established an excellent reputation and is widely regarded as a leader in legal education. Its cutting-edge curriculum provides both a strong theoretical foundation and the practical tools graduates need to succeed in a competitive marketplace, wherever they choose to practice. A special emphasis on interdisciplinary studies, public service and opportunities for hands-on clinical education makes UB School of Law unique among the nation’s premier public law schools.

The University at Buffalo is a premier research-intensive public university, a flagship institution in the State University of New York system and its largest and most comprehensive campus. UB’s more than 28,000 students pursue their academic interests through more than 300 undergraduate, graduate and professional degree programs. Founded in 1846, the University at Buffalo is a member of the Association of American Universities. For more information, visit:

Rising Literary Star Nana Kwame Adjei-Brenyah to Speak at SUNY Canton

Tuesday, November 20th, 2018

SUNY Canton will welcome the author of the recently released New York Times bestselling book “Friday Black” to cap off the fall installment of the popular Living Writers Series.

Nana Kwame Adjei-Brenyah will appear at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 28, in the Richard W. Miller Campus Center’s Kingston Theater. The event is free and open to the public, and books will be available for purchase and signing.Nana Kwame Adjei-Brenyah

“Friday Black,” his highly anticipated collection of short stories, was released Oct. 23 and quickly jumped to number 13 on the New York Times bestseller list. Critics have compared his writing to that of literary masters like Isaac Babel, Ralph Ellison and Anton Chekhov.

“Nana Kwame Adjei-Brenyah is a bold new voice in American literature. His work is both timely and timeless, and the wild success of Friday Black speaks to its necessity,” said SUNY Canton Associate Professor Phil K. LaMarche, who created the Living Writers Series. “Please join us to take part in the launch of an exciting new author who we are sure to hear much more from in the future.”

Adjei-Brenyah’s visit to SUNY Canton closely coincides with “Black Friday”—an event that informs the book’s title story. He writes about a retail associate who witnesses a horrifying incident at a department store the day after Thanksgiving. According to the publisher, Adjei-Brenyah’s debut book places ordinary characters in extraordinary situations and “reveals the violence, injustice and painful absurdities that black men and women contend with every day in this country.”

Born in Queens and raised in Rockland County, Adjei-Brenyah received his MFA at Syracuse University and is now a professor of writing at his alma mater. He studied under novelist Lynne Tillman and George Saunders, who also visited the college in 2014 as part of the Living Writers Series.

“This is a person who’s using fiction to ask and answer big, urgent questions,” Saunders said of Adjei-Brenyah’s writing in a recent interview with the New York Times. “That’s why the stories feel new, because they’re compressed tools for moral exploration.”

His work has appeared in numerous publications, and he was recently selected by the National Book Foundation to receive the prestigious “5 Under 35” honor. He has appeared on NPR’s “Morning Edition” and was profiled by the New York Times.

Learn more about the Living Writers Series.

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. The college’s 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 16 online degree programs. The college’s 15 athletic teams compete at the NCAA Division III level as part of the North Atlantic Conference.

Ford Motor Company Focuses on SUNY Canton’s Automotive Program

Tuesday, September 25th, 2018

Ford Motor Company has added more Focus to SUNY Canton’s Automotive Technology program.

Representatives from the prominent American car company, along with staff from Blevins Ford Inc. in Gouverneur, recently presented the college with a late-model Ford Focus. The car will be used exclusively by students to hone their mechanical skills and help them prepare for their chosen careers.

President Szafran, students, and staff surround the new Ford Focus.

“This donation gives our students hands-on access to some of the latest advancements available on the motor vehicle market,” said Assistant Professor Brandon J. Baldwin, curriculum coordinator for the program. “It is imperative for them to have access to modern vehicles to earn their professional certifications. We can’t thank Ford enough for this car.”

The Focus was donated through the Ford Automotive Career Exploration program, which promotes engagement between educational institutions, franchised dealerships and local communities. The intent of the program is to raise awareness and increase interest in career opportunities within the automotive industry.

Brandon Baldwin shows students the Ford Focus engine.

“We have a vested interest in supporting automotive students,” said Christopher Sysock, a Ford Field Service Engineer. “We want to keep quality mechanics in the pipeline to help us continue as we grow and expand our workforce.”

As the car was being delivered to its new home in the college’s Auto Lab, Steve Blevins of Blevins Ford presented a monetary donation to the College Foundation to support the Leland Blevins Family Endowed Scholarship, which is awarded annually to a student entering in the Automotive Technology program.

Steve Blevins presents Beth Gravlin with a check for the Leland Blevins Family Endowed Scholarship.

“These donations mean so very much to the college,” said Anne M. Sibley, VP for Advancement. “It helps us with our mission to introduce students to the newest technology and support students’ financial needs while they are attending college.”

Vice President Anne Sibley stands with President Szafran and Ford Technician Christopher Sysock

SUNY Canton President Zvi Szafran noted that the college has some of the most advanced laboratory classrooms in the state. “Partnering with Ford helps us continue to make our learning environments the very best in the SUNY system,” he said.

Other vehicles in the department include a hybrid-electric SUV, sedans, trucks and a handful of other Ford Vehicles.

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. The college’s 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 16 online degree programs. The college’s 15 athletic teams compete at the NCAA Division III level as part of the North Atlantic Conference.

SUNY Canton Living Writers Series Hosts Keely Hutton Sept. 25

Thursday, September 20th, 2018

An author who has written a critically acclaimed novel about the Ugandan civil war will visit SUNY Canton this month as part of the popular Living Writers Series.

Keely Hutton will speak at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 25 in the Richard W. Miller Campus Center’s Kingston Theater. The event is free and open to the public.

Keely Hutton

She is the author of the 2017 book “Soldier Boy,” which is based on the life of Ricky Richard Anywar, who at age fourteen was forced to fight in the guerilla army of Ugandan warlord Joseph Kony. Years after escaping, Ricky founded the charity Friends of Orphans and has dedicated his life to assisting in the rehabilitation of other child soldiers.

“Keely Hutton has written a tremendously powerful novel about Ricky’s experience as a child soldier,” said SUNY Canton Associate Professor Phil K. LaMarche, who created the series. “In the midst of a wartime nightmare, we see young men and women struggling to maintain the faintest shreds of kindness, compassion and dignity. The book is simultaneously horrifying and heartwarming as it shows both the best and worst of human behavior. It is also an insightful lesson on how we can help individuals recover from tragedy and trauma.”

Hutton, a Canton native, is a former eighth grade English teacher and recipient of the Highlights Foundation Writers Workshop scholarship at Chautauqua. Since 2012, she has been working closely with Ricky to tell his story. “Soldier Boy” is a 2017 Booklist “Editors’ Choice” and was selected by the International Literacy Association as a “Notable Fiction of 2017.”

Ricky is a recipient of the Harriet Tubman Freedom Award and previously visited SUNY Canton in 2008 to tell his story of childhood slavery and discuss his charity work.

Hutton is the first of three guest speakers who will visit the college this fall. Bestselling author Mary Karr will appear Oct. 30 and writer Nana Kwame Adjei-Brenyah will be the final speaker Nov. 28. For more details, visit


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. The college’s 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 16 online degree programs. The college’s 15 athletic teams compete at the NCAA Division III level as part of the North Atlantic Conference.

SUNY Canton Receives U.S. News Best Colleges and Other Rankings

Tuesday, September 11th, 2018

SUNY Canton has earned a spot in the annual U.S. News & World Report’s Best Colleges publication.

The college was ranked 26thamong its peer institutions in the “Regional Colleges – North” Division for 2019. The ranking was released Monday, Sept. 10 and is based on graduation and retention rates, assessment of academic standing, faculty resources, student selectivity, financial resources, graduation rate, alumni giving, and other statistics.

“We are proud of our continued growth at SUNY Canton,” said SUNY Canton Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs Douglas M. Scheidt. “In addition to our outstanding career driven programs, we’ve been making concerted efforts to increase our retention and graduation rates, and we’re exceeding expectations in those indicators of college success.”

Students sit in and walk through the Roselle Plaza.

Scheidt indicated that faculty engagement with students and additional resources, including the college’s textbook loan program and unique coursework options, have helped students continue their education. The college also boasts an impressive placement rate with nearly 90 percent of graduates continuing their education or starting a career in their chosen field, according to graduate survey results.

Over the past year, the college added several four-year degrees that will allow graduates to enter expanding, high-paying fields, including programs in Cybersecurity, Technological Communications, and Mechatronics Technology. These areas are in perfect alignment with an economy that demands a work force equipped with robust STEM skills. SUNY Canton also unveiled a bachelor’s degree in Early Childhood Care and Management, to help address the need for high-quality early childhood education options in New York.

In addition to adding educational options, the college is also emphasizing cocurricular skills in leadership and cultural competency, which will help students earn distinctions outside of their traditional coursework.

Earlier this year, SUNY Canton received a U.S. News ranking recognizing its online programs. The college was tied for the number 88 position with five other colleges out of more than 350 institutions from across the united states. About 25 percent of the college’s enrollment is entirely online and almost every single student takes an online class over the course of their education. There are currently 16 fully online academic programs available and off-term Summer and Winterterm courses.

In addition to U.S. News and World Report, the college has recently received the following rankings:

The organizations use formulas that evaluate program accreditation status, in-state tuition and fees, financial aid statistics, student-to-teacher ratio and other statistics to determine individual scores.

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. The college’s 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 16 online degree programs. The college’s 15 athletic teams compete at the NCAA Division III level as part of the North Atlantic Conference.

SUNY Canton to Celebrate Constitution Day Sept. 17

Monday, September 10th, 2018

SUNY Canton will commemorate Constitution Day Monday, Sept. 17, with a discussion about the U.S. Supreme Court and a voter registration drive.

Dean of the School of Business and Liberal Arts Philip T. Neisser and Professor Jondavid S. DeLong, who teaches in the Legal Studies program, will lead a conversation about “The Supreme Court in Principle and Practice” at 4 p.m. in the Richard W. Miller Campus Center’s Woodcock Conference Suites. The event is free and open to the public.

Constitution Day 2017

“Professor DeLong and I will explain how the rule of law undergirds the U.S. Constitution, and the role the Supreme Court needs to play to make the rule of law into reality,” said Neisser.

The college will also hold a voter registration drive from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Southworth Library Learning Commons, the Halford Lobby in MacArthur Hall and the Miller Campus Center.

“We are continuing our longstanding practice of honoring Constitution Day by giving students the opportunity to learn about our democracy and encouraging them to become engaged citizens,” said SUNY Canton President Zvi Szafran.

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.The college’s 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 16 online degree programs. The college’s 15 athletic teams compete at the NCAA Division III level as part of the North Atlantic Conference.

Students Give SUNY Canton Number One Rankings in Statewide Satisfaction Survey

Thursday, August 30th, 2018

SUNY Student Opinion SurveyResults from a 2018 SUNY Student Opinion Survey have placed SUNY Canton first in a host of categories related to academics, advising, career services, health services and facilities.

The survey is administered every three years to students at 27 state-operated colleges and university centers. It assesses satisfaction in more than 60 areas, and the college took the top spot in 14 SUNY-wide categories. The survey also compiled results from students in the seven technology-sector institutions, and SUNY Canton placed first in an additional 26 areas.

SUNY Canton’s number one rankings among the 27 state-operated colleges and university centers are:

  • Academic advising in a students’ major
  • Availability of faculty outside class
  • Career services
  • Assistance with finding employment during school
  • Study areas
  • Classroom facilities
  • Course-related laboratories
  • Tutoring services
  • Class size
  • Access to computers and related technology
  • Library resources
  • Library services
  • Health services
  • Counseling services

Students tell the camera that SUNY Canton is number 1!

The college’s additional number-one rankings among its peer tech-sector schools are:

  • General academic advising
  • Non-teaching staff respect for students
  • Faculty/instructor respect for students
  • Residence hall services and programs
  • Campus center/student union
  • General condition of buildings and grounds
  • Athletic and recreational facilities
  • Financial aid services
  • Quality of instruction
  • Availability of general education courses
  • Course registration process
  • Availability of online courses
  • Computing support services
  • College computer network
  • Intercollegiate athletic programs
  • Student government
  • Recreation and intramural programs
  • Guest speakers outside class
  • Educational programs regarding alcohol and substance abuse
  • Health and wellness programs
  • Student input in college policies
  • Your social support network on campus
  • Services to support off-campus and commuter students
  • Services to support transfer students
  • Intra-campus transportation
  • College bookstore services

“This year, SUNY Canton received more number-one rankings than ever before, and I am incredibly proud of the effort our entire campus has put forth to earn these scores,” said President Zvi Szafran. “Student feedback is the most important measure of our success, so it’s gratifying to see we’re continuing to excel in areas that we traditionally have held first-place rankings in, such as library services and tutoring, while also earning top scores in new areas, such as academic advising in a major, availability of faculty outside of class, course-related laboratories, and access to computers and related technology.”

Fred Saburro tutors a student in the Mathematics lab.

Many of the college’s recent initiatives align with the categories in which SUNY Canton received the highest rankings, notably classroom and lab facilities.

“We debuted a state of the art Digital Studio/Game Design Lab last fall, which is an environment unlike any other on campus. It’s a high-tech space where students from diverse programs—Game Design and Development, Graphic and Multimedia Design, and Technological Communications—can come together to learn, innovate, and bring their ideas to life.”

Other facility enhancements include a “flex classroom” where lectures are broadcast live and recorded for later viewing. Students have the option of attending class in person or online, which is particularly important for non-traditional and commuter students who may have family and career obligations.

Students studying in Southworth Library

Study Time at Southworth – Students study on the top floor of SUNY Canton’s Southworth Library Learning Commons during finals week.

“The Student Opinion Survey results reflect the college’s mission to help students achieve their full potential both personally and professionally,” said Associate Provost and Dean of Academic Support Services Molly A. Mott. “These scores show our strong commitment to their success.”

In the wellness area, the Davis Health Center and the Counseling Center both received SUNY-wide first-place rankings.

“Our counseling and health services departments provide exceptional care to students without them having to step foot off campus,” said Vice President for Student Affairs and Dean of Students Courtney B. Bish. “Both areas are staffed with professionals poised to meet the needs of our students during their most trying times.”

A first-place tech-sector ranking (and second-place ranking SUNY-wide) in the off-campus and commuter support services category intersects with an effort to provide new opportunities for students to participate in activities virtually. More than 60 campus events were live-streamed last year for those unable to attend in person, and a new varsity esports team allows online students to compete remotely. The Office of Career Services, which placed first SUNY-wide, held online professional clothing and job fairs.

“We have found that enhancing offerings for online students actually benefits all students,” said Bish. “From streaming and capturing events to hosting interactive programming, we have provided opportunities for everyone to engage with campus life at times that are convenient for them.”

A first-place tech-sector ranking in financial aid services coincides with the college’s successful implementation of the Excelsior Scholarship program, which benefitted more than 150 students last year.

SUNY Canton Preps for Fall Semester with a New Academic Calendar

Monday, August 6th, 2018

SUNY CantonThe 2018-2019 academic year will have an earlier start at SUNY Canton.

Classes for the fall 2018 semester will start Thursday, Aug. 23 to allow for two extended breaks for students. As a result, opening week classes will follow a Monday-Tuesday schedule: Thursday, Aug. 23 will follow a Monday schedule; and Friday, Aug. 24 will follow a Tuesday schedule. Students will then resume a traditional schedule Monday, Aug. 27.

This change will allow students to have a two-day fall break for Columbus Weekend (Monday, Oct. 8 and Tuesday, Oct. 9) and a week-long break for Thanksgiving.

Other changes for the fall 2018 semester include:

  • Chaney Dining Center will be offline for the fall semester. The college will be serving meals from the newly-renovated Dana Hall. Upgrades to Chaney include the addition of pizza ovens, a new coffee and breakfast location and a completely redesigned dining space for sit-down meals. Chaney is scheduled to reopen during the spring 2019 semester.
  • The Air Conditioning Engineering Technology associate degree program has been renamed and is now Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC) Engineering Technology. Many of the college’s most successful alumni got their start in the historic career-driven program.
  • The Alternative and Renewable Energy Systems bachelor’s degree has been renamed Sustainable Energy Technology to mirror the latest trends in the field. The program is designed to meet the ever-growing demand for global sustainable energy solutions.
  • New additions include an arena for the college’s eSports programs. The $500,000 competitive gaming space is scheduled to go online at the beginning of the fall semester, with a grand opening celebration to follow.

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 engineering technology, health, management and public service and recently received number one rankings in library resources, library services and tutoring services in the SUNY Student Opinion Survey. The college’s faculty members are noted for their professional real-world experience in addition to outstanding academic credentials. SUNY Canton OnLine offers hundreds of flexible and convenient courses as well as 13 online degree programs. The college’s 15 athletic teams compete at the NCAA Division III level and are joining the North Atlantic Conference beginning in the 2018-19 academic year.

SUNY Canton Announces Four-Year Mechatronics Degree

Monday, July 23rd, 2018

The new program is designed to lead students directly into an advanced degree and respond to the growing need for qualified employees with automated manufacturing experience.

SUNY Canton’s newest Bachelor of Science degree integrates mechanical engineering, computer science and electronics into one program.

The college has received approval from the State University of New York and the New York State Education Department to offer Mechatronics Technology alongside its career-driven engineering technology programs in the Canino School of Engineering Technology.

“I’m very excited to announce that we have received approval for this new degree,” said President Zvi Szafran. “Mechatronics is a contemporary integrated form of engineering, incorporating elements of mechanical, electrical, computer/telecommunication and systems engineering areas. Lots of modern devices use mechatronic systems, including smart phones and thermostats, robot vacuum cleaners and robotic cars.”

Two students work on the functionality of a robot.

Szafran added that mechatronics is also important to the dairy industry, where modern milking parlors, cow barns and the packaging of dairy products make use of many mechatronic systems.

“Our new degree will be an important component in the economic growth of the North Country and the State of New York,” he said.

“Instead of learning just one aspect of engineering technology, Mechatronics students will be well-versed in numerous aspects of the field,” said Michael J. Newtown, dean of the Canino School of Engineering Technology. “This program sets students up for graduate degrees in addition to preparing them for careers in a variety of sectors, including the agriculture, aerospace, automotive, consumer products, defense, and biomedical industries.”

Mechatronics can also lead to future jobs for technologists responsible for designing, programming and maintaining precision manufacturing robots, according to Newtown. SUNY Canton’s new program supports the development of automated systems.

A student works on a computer motherboard.

Assistant Professor Joel M. “Miles” Canino will be serving as the program’s lead faculty member. Canino is a SUNY Canton Mechanical Engineering Technology graduate who earned his Ph.D. in Biomedical Engineering from Clarkson University, Potsdam, and specializes in rehabilitation robotics.

“The diversity of this program is invaluable,” Canino said. “It will be a rigorous curriculum, but very rewarding for our most inventive students. With the recent growth in advanced manufacturing and the demand for high-tech goods, there are currently more jobs available in this field than there are qualified employees.”

New and transfer students can apply for entrance into the Mechatronics program immediately, with new courses starting at the onset of the fall semester. Classes begin Thursday, Aug. 23 at SUNY Canton.

Mechatronics is the sixth new bachelor’s degree program announced in the past three years. Other new programs include Agribusiness Management, Cybersecurity, Game Design and Development, Early Childhood Care and Management and Technological Communications.

Congratulations 2018 Graduates!

Monday, July 9th, 2018

Congratulations 2018 Graduates!

SUNY Canton is celebrating nearly 900 graduates in the class of 2018.

“I’m tremendously proud of this year’s graduating class,” said SUNY Canton President Zvi Szafran. “Many of our graduates will go directly into careers corresponding with their field of study, while others will seek to continue their education. Regardless of their decision, I’m confident that they will be well prepared for their next adventure.”

This year’s class was comprised of nearly 900 graduates who range in age from 18 to 62 years old and represent 17 different states and 7 foreign countries, including Angola, Australia, The Bahamas, Cameroon, Finland, Sweden and Canada.

In addition to this listing, a Merit Achievement was emailed to each graduate and a news release was sent to their hometown newspapers. Area students were previously included in a list published by local newspapers corresponding with commencement. Students who have requested confidentiality are excluded from all lists.

Among the 2018 graduates are:

  • Gerald Abillar, Homeland Security
  • Anahi Abreu, Homeland Security
  • Tess Adams, Physical Therapist Assistant
  • Marcy Adams, Liberal Arts-General Studies
  • Kristoff Adderley, Electrical Engineering Technology
  • Karen Albano, Veterinary Service Administration
  • Joseph Alicea, Criminal Justice
  • Zachary Allen, Information Technology
  • Nora Alvarez, Health Care Management
  • Clarissa Alvarez, Legal Studies
  • Dulce Amador, Criminal Justice
  • Benjamin Amatucci, Mechanical Engineering Technology
  • Connor Amo, Civil Engineering Technology
  • Julie Anderson, Dental Hygiene
  • Elena Andi, Individual Studies
  • Catherine Andrews, Veterinary Science Technology
  • Thomas Andrews, Mechanical Engineering Technology
  • Nishimwe Ange, Practical Nursing
  • Alyssa Anson, Individual Studies
  • David Antinelli, Funeral Services Administration
  • Brent Archer, Information Technology
  • Sha-Dae Atkinson, Practical Nursing
  • Calvin Atkinson, Construction Technology: Management
  • Bryan Aubrey, Electrical Engineering Technology
  • Allison Auger, Veterinary Science Technology
  • Brianna Augustus, Criminal Justice
  • Kristen Avellino, Veterinary Technology
  • Samir Bacchus, Automotive Technology
  • Jeremy Baez, Sports Management
  • Arryn Baker, Accounting
  • Shelbie Baldwin, Liberal Arts-General Studies
  • Adeyandjou Bankole, Health Care Management
  • Ricky Banks, Legal Studies
  • Aylaia Banks, Veterinary Science Technology
  • Tevin Barajona, Management
  • Andrew Barber, Automotive Technology
  • Kathryn Barrett, Veterinary Technology
  • Robert Barrigar, Graphic and Multimedia Design
  • Mackenzie Barse, Criminal Investigation
  • Hannah Barton, Veterinary Science Technology
  • Thomas Barton, Electrical Construction & Maintenance and Construction Technology Management
  • Michelle Barton-Cox, Legal Studies
  • Erin Basford, Liberal Arts-General Studies
  • Cheyenne Bates, Funeral Services Administration
  • Sabrina Baxter, Individual Studies
  • Zachary Baxter, Civil & Environmental Engineering Technology
  • Jayshawn Bazemore, Individual Studies
  • Victoria Bean, Physical Therapist Assistant
  • Benjamin Beasley, Accounting & Finance
  • Ryan Beattie, Homeland Security
  • Brianna Beaulieu, Criminal Justice
  • Kayla Beckstead, Nursing
  • Dylan Bedard, Automotive Technology
  • Kareen Bedford, Health Care Management
  • Joshua Belile, Criminal Justice
  • Robert Bello, Individual Studies
  • Samuel Benzing, Health & Fitness Promotion
  • Hunter Bergeron, Electrical Construction & Maintenance
  • Erin-Brooke Bermudez, Practical Nursing
  • Whitney Bernier, Nursing
  • Jacob Bero, Engineering Science
  • Katelyn Bertrand, Nursing
  • Nicole Best, Bachelor of Science in Nursing
  • Justine Beutel, Liberal Arts-General Studies
  • Jennifer Bieksza, Criminal Justice
  • Jordan Bigness, Air Conditioning Maintenance & Repair
  • Tiffany Bisbikos, Finance
  • Christine Bizzaro, Health Care Management
  • Connor Bjork, Electrical Construction & Maintenance
  • Kirsha Black, Individual Studies
  • Rene Blanding, Dental Hygiene
  • Corinne Blase, Veterinary Technology
  • Catherine Blasi, Management
  • Jesse Bleuer, Homeland Security
  • Kari Bonaparte, Physical Therapist Assistant
  • Jeffery Bonbrake, Health Care Management
  • Vincent Bondinello-Reyes, Finance
  • Ethan Bonewell, Nursing
  • Erica Bongiardina, Management
  • Taylor Bonno, Practical Nursing
  • Andrea Bonno, Nursing
  • Paige Bortnick, Veterinary Technology
  • Alithea Boulette, Legal Studies
  • Brianya Bowden, Physical Therapist Assistant
  • William Bowen, Electrical Engineering Technology
  • Tyler Bowman, Criminal Justice
  • Bryan Boyce, Air Conditioning Maintenance & Repair and Individual Studies
  • Dylan Boyce, Powersports Performance & Repair
  • Kevin Boyle, Engineering Science
  • Kimberly Bradley, Bachelor of Science in Nursing
  • Miranda Bradley, Legal Studies
  • Joshua Branham, Computer Information Systems
  • Austin Brault, Individual Studies
  • Sharon Braun, Veterinary Service Administration
  • Emily Breckenridge, Bachelor of Science in Nursing
  • Erica Briggs, Business Administration
  • Christian Briggs, Criminal Justice
  • Brooke Bronner, Nursing
  • Alysha Brothers, Nursing
  • Matthew Brown, Veterinary Science Technology
  • Alexandra Brown, Management
  • Patrice Brown, Health Care Management
  • Sadie Brown, Liberal Arts-General Studies
  • Shaun Brownell, Criminal Investigation
  • Lindsay Bryer, Dental Hygiene
  • Tyler Bullard, Liberal Arts-General Studies
  • Joshua Burke, Criminal Justice
  • Katherine Burnham, Criminal Investigation
  • Mary Burns, Practical Nursing
  • Austin Cadrette, Electrical Construction & Maintenance
  • Kerrie Campbell, Health Care Management
  • Brandon Cardinal, Individual Studies
  • Brittaney Carey, Applied Psychology
  • Oscar Carino, Criminal Investigation
  • Angelina Carmichael, Health Care Management
  • Robyn Carr, Automotive Technology
  • Cameron Carter, Emergency Management
  • Adrian Carter, Mechanical Engineering Technology
  • Joshua Cartmill, Nursing
  • Austin Cassell, Law Enforcement Leadership
  • Brittani Caster, Bachelor of Science in Nursing
  • Kimberly Castillo Garzon, Graphic and Multimedia Design
  • Michael Cerasuolo, Business Administration
  • Ivan Chan, Industrial Technology Management
  • Eve Chartier, Bachelor of Science in Nursing
  • Jessica Cheatom, Criminal Justice
  • Caleb Christman, Construction Technology: Management
  • Dawson Christman, Electrical Construction & Maintenance
  • Nathan Christy, Mechanical Engineering Technology
  • Courtney Chudzinski, Individual Studies
  • Andrew Churchman, Emergency Management
  • Jillian Cipullo, Dental Hygiene
  • Jace Clapper, Veterinary Science Technology
  • Valerie Clark, Criminal Justice
  • Johnny Clark, Practical Nursing
  • Victoria Clark, Veterinary Science Technology
  • Joshua Clark, Veterinary Technology
  • Gabrielle Clark, Dental Hygiene
  • Alexandria Clarke, Veterinary Technology
  • Hannah Cline, Veterinary Technology
  • Dornel Cobourne, Automotive Technology
  • Dante Coco, Mechanical Engineering Technology
  • Gage Coffey, Funeral Services Administration
  • Gianna Colicino, Funeral Services Administration
  • Sarah Collins, Health Care Management
  • Kimberly Collins, Engineering Science
  • Andrew Collins, Nursing
  • Victoria Collins, Dental Hygiene
  • Maria Colon, Liberal Arts-General Studies
  • Adam Commella, Electrical Construction & Maintenance
  • Melinda Conant, Bachelor of Science in Nursing
  • Richard Conklin, Veterinary Technology
  • Kimberley Connelly, Health Care Management
  • Cassandra Conrad, Veterinary Science Technology
  • Emmalee Conway, Veterinary Science Technology
  • Randi Conway, Veterinary Science Technology
  • Tyler Cook, Electrical Construction & Maintenance
  • Meghan Cook, Business Administration
  • Heather Copperwheat, Graphic and Multimedia Design
  • Vivienne Corbett, Individual Studies
  • Samantha Cortes, Criminal Investigation
  • Jocelyn Cortes Gonzalez, Criminal Justice
  • Bailey Cortese, Business Administration
  • Joelle Cosores, Nursing
  • Brett Costello, Business Administration
  • Nicole Cougler, Nursing
  • Thomas Crabtree, Finance
  • Robert Croes, Nursing
  • Damian Cuellar, Graphic and Multimedia Design
  • Kali Cuellar, Health Care Management
  • Kazre Cummings, Management
  • Jonathan Currier, Computer Information Systems
  • Cindy D’Introno-Fitch, Dental Hygiene
  • Amanda DaCosta, Criminal Investigation
  • Amanda Dahl, Veterinary Science Technology
  • Kamie Dana, Management
  • Erica Daniels, Practical Nursing
  • Belinda Darkwah, Nursing
  • Sherry Dasno, Nursing
  • Vanessa Davis, Individual Studies
  • Cassandra Davison, Practical Nursing
  • Emily Dawley, Nursing
  • Avery Day, Management
  • Demeishia Day, Practical Nursing
  • Lucas DeGaetano, Mechanical Engineering Technology
  • Karrigan Deon, Practical Nursing
  • Michelle DePietro, Legal Studies
  • Jackalyn Despaw, Bachelor of Science in Nursing
  • Mitchelle Desroses, Nursing
  • Joseph Deveny, Business Administration
  • Kayla Devine, Bachelor of Science in Nursing
  • Abbey Diabo, Funeral Services Administration
  • Kristin Diamond, Mechanical Engineering Technology
  • Ashley Diamond, Veterinary Service Administration
  • Meghan Dickson, Legal Studies
  • Theresa DiMartin, Criminal Investigation
  • Kristina Dinardo, Applied Psychology
  • Rebecca DiNardo, Practical Nursing
  • Tammi Dindl, Health Care Management
  • Dillon DiOrio, Health & Fitness Promotion
  • Emily Dishaw, Criminal Justice
  • Kimberly Distasio, Nursing
  • Courtney DiTullio, Nursing
  • Jordan Doctor, Criminal Justice & Individual Studies
  • Cimone Doelger, Criminal Justice
  • Meghan Donnelly, Individual Studies
  • Carol Donner, Nursing
  • Kyle Dora, Sports Management
  • Jordan Dormady, Veterinary Science Technology
  • Timothy Doud, Business Administration and Management
  • Seth Douglas, Business Administration
  • Kayli Downie, Early Childhood
  • Jessica Doyle, Dental Hygiene
  • Luke Ducharme, Veterinary Technology
  • Mc Kayla Duffy, Nursing
  • Joseph Dullea, Mechanical Engineering Technology
  • Brandy Dumas, Nursing
  • Jonathan Dunham, Construction Technology: Management
  • Teresa Dunne, Nursing
  • Derrek DuPont, Criminal Justice
  • Tayla Durant, Bachelor of Science in Nursing
  • Joseph Durham, Applied Psychology
  • Brianna Durham, Law Enforcement Leadership
  • Ashley Durham, Applied Psychology
  • Uchechukwu Duru, Physical Therapist Assistant
  • Casey Dwyer, Health Care Management
  • Paul Dyer, Management
  • Reuben Dylewski, Sports Management
  • Danielle Eberhardt, Emergency Management
  • Erika Eddy, Nursing
  • Otis Edwards, Electrical Construction & Maintenance
  • Kyle Edwin, Liberal Arts-General Studies
  • Jordan Eggleston, Liberal Arts-General Studies
  • Krista Eggleston, Veterinary Science Technology
  • Chinaemerem Ekeigwe, Health Care Management
  • Jelani Ellington, Physical Therapist Assistant
  • Chelsea Ellis, Individual Studies
  • Taylor Ellison, Health Care Management
  • Summer Ewing, Veterinary Science Technology
  • Alexis Ezidore, Liberal Arts-General Studies
  • Johanna Falkenham, Physical Therapist Assistant
  • Beth Farley, Individual Studies
  • Anthony Fazio, Automotive Technology
  • Xandra Feisthamel, Individual Studies
  • Adam Felt, Liberal Arts-General Studies
  • Courtney Fenderson, General Technology
  • Amie Ferguson, Dental Hygiene
  • Ninaly Fernandez, Criminal Investigation
  • Angelo Fiacco, Electrical Engineering Technology
  • Garrett Fields, Air Conditioning Engineering Technology
  • Stuart Fierheller, Business Administration
  • Allison Fink, Criminal Justice
  • Megan Finnerty, Individual Studies
  • Jessica Fischer, Mechanical Engineering Technology
  • Wyatt Fisher, Homeland Security
  • Allen Fisher, Nursing
  • Omar Fisiru, Business Administration
  • Heather Fitzgerald, Veterinary Science Technology
  • Brooke Fitzgerald, Law Enforcement Leadership
  • Zackary Flanagan, Air Conditioning Engineering Technology
  • Rhonda Fleming, Criminal Justice
  • Cassandra Foley, Bachelor of Science in Nursing
  • Michael Fontana, Emergency Management
  • Paul Ford, Electrical Engineering Technology
  • Allison Ford, Veterinary Science Technology
  • Gian Fountain, Information Technology
  • Kiri Fox, Bachelor of Science in Nursing
  • Melissa Francis, Finance
  • Megan Frasier, Criminal Justice
  • Darien Frederick, Funeral Services Administration
  • Kyle Frederick, Law Enforcement Leadership
  • Sade Freeman, Health Care Management
  • Leanne French, Practical Nursing
  • Leslie-Anne French, Veterinary Science Technology
  • Sabrina French, Bachelor of Science in Nursing
  • Elizabeth Froats, Nursing
  • Shania Fuller, Individual Studies
  • Cody Fuller, Civil Engineering Technology
  • Rachael Funk, Veterinary Science Technology
  • Samantha Furman, Bachelor of Science in Nursing
  • Thomas Galloway, Electrical Construction & Maintenance
  • Stephanie Gammon, Bachelor of Science in Nursing
  • Arlene Garcia, Criminal Justice
  • Paula Garcia, Veterinary Science Technology
  • Emily Gardner, Nursing
  • Allicia George, Criminal Investigation
  • Ashley Gessner, Veterinary Technology
  • Natasha Ghize, Individual Studies
  • Paola Gil, Criminal Justice
  • Kelsi Gilbert, Liberal Arts-General Studies
  • Kendra Gilbert, Physical Therapist Assistant
  • Megan Gisel, Management
  • Richard Glasby, Physical Therapist Assistant
  • Sofia Gold, Management
  • Nikol Gonzalez, Criminal Justice
  • Dylan Gonzalez, Criminal Justice
  • Brittany Goodchild, Business Administration
  • Chelsea Goodwin, Veterinary Science Technology
  • Tina Goodwin, Legal Studies
  • Delano Gordon, Liberal Arts-General Studies
  • Janel Gordon, Early Childhood
  • Kyle Gotham, Construction Technology: Management
  • Tapanga Gotham, Criminal Justice
  • Lindsay Gotham, Bachelor of Science in Nursing
  • Bailey Grace, Criminal Investigation
  • Georgette Grandison, Bachelor of Science in Nursing
  • Mackenzie Granger, Finance
  • Craig Grant, Management
  • Paloma-Ashanti Grate, Liberal Arts-General Studies
  • Torin Gravlin, Electrical Construction & Maintenance
  • Hunter Gray, Heating & Plumbing Service
  • Taylor Gray, Funeral Services Administration
  • Ellen Green, Practical Nursing and Individual Studies
  • Alison Greene, Physical Therapist Assistant
  • Kyli Grevelding, Dental Hygiene
  • Marissa Grey-Schaber, Criminal Justice
  • Jordan Grimsley, Health & Fitness Promotion
  • Aubrey Grudowski, Law Enforcement Leadership
  • Lisnanlly Guaba, Criminal Investigation
  • Cecelia Guerrero, Nursing
  • Geeta Gupta, Management
  • Emily Hall, Practical Nursing
  • Erik Hallin, Graphic and Multimedia Design
  • Jeanine Hamlin, Management
  • Johanna Hanchar, Physical Therapist Assistant
  • Kelsea Hanzel-Burke, Veterinary Technology
  • Autumn Harden, Funeral Services Administration
  • Loretta Harris, Business Administration
  • Daesha Harris, Applied Psychology
  • Thomas Harter, Legal Studies
  • Andrew Harvey, Mechanical Engineering Technology
  • Rebecca Harvey, Veterinary Technology
  • Irene Haverstock, Business Administration
  • Brooklyn Haverstock, Nursing
  • Mary Hazelton, Nursing
  • Vanessa Hebert, Veterinary Service Administration
  • Maya Hector, Veterinary Technology
  • Alyssa Hein, Nursing
  • Aracelis Hernandez, Health Care Management
  • Rony Hernandez, Automotive Technology
  • Jamie Heroux, Health Care Management
  • Tabitha Herrmann, Veterinary Science Technology
  • Emma Heydens, Nursing
  • Tashauna Hinton, Health Care Management
  • Yanna Hiotis, Practical Nursing
  • Mary Holden, Criminal Investigation
  • Adrienne Hollenbeck, Legal Studies
  • Jenna Holmes, Liberal Arts-General Studies
  • Dalton Homer, Criminal Justice
  • Alysa Honeywell, Funeral Services Administration
  • Alex Honyak, Physical Therapist Assistant
  • Geniveve Hopkins-Betters, Business Administration
  • Gregory Horta, Individual Studies
  • Joshua Horton, Criminal Justice
  • Jesse Howe, Nursing
  • Paige Howe, Practical Nursing
  • Tyler Hudson, Bachelor of Science in Nursing
  • Trevor Hughes, Sports Management
  • Nicholas Hughes, Homeland Security
  • Ryan Hurlbert, Heating & Plumbing Service
  • Bailey Hurlbut, Criminal Investigation
  • Macy Hutchins, Early Childhood
  • Billy Hyde II, Powersports Performance & Repair
  • Courtney Hyland, Veterinary Science Technology
  • Max Hyppolite Joseph, Law Enforcement Leadership
  • Lexus Iglesias, Sports Management
  • Allyson Ingalls, Information Technology
  • Alyssa Ingargiola, Law Enforcement Leadership
  • Danika Ingram, Criminal Justice
  • Paige Isbell, Sports Management
  • Chelsea Isuma, Health Care Management
  • Andrea Jackson, Legal Studies
  • Vincent Jacobellis, Emergency Management
  • Kiera Jacobs, Liberal Arts-General Studies
  • Benjamin Jacobs, Electrical Engineering Technology
  • Jaminatou Jallow, Liberal Arts-General Studies
  • Da’Shane James, Information Technology
  • Tori James, Early Childhood
  • Tyler Jandreau, Electrical Construction & Maintenance
  • Angelina Jandrew, Nursing
  • Amery Jarrett, Construction Technology: Management
  • Justin Jarvis, Information Technology
  • Tabitha Jaycox, Management
  • Jordan Jeanette, Powersports Performance & Repair
  • Jacqueline Jeffalone-Andrews, Bachelor of Science in Nursing
  • Faleshia Jenkins, Health Care Management
  • Samuel Jensen, Construction Technology: Management
  • Mia Jermano, Individual Studies
  • Ana Jimenez, Health & Fitness Promotion
  • Ederly Jimenez Dominguez, Health & Fitness Promotion
  • Chris Jn Baptiste, Finance
  • Theresa Jocko, Health Care Management
  • Emily Johnson, Nursing
  • Isaiah Johnson, Electrical Engineering Technology
  • Gabrielle Johnson, Nursing
  • Wayne Johnson, Health Care Management
  • Brandon Johnston, Business Administration
  • Logan Jones, Management
  • Desmon Jones, Sports Management
  • Rashawn Jones, Sports Management
  • Shannon Jones, Criminal Investigation
  • Alicia Jones, Bachelor of Science in Nursing
  • Avery Jones, Dental Hygiene
  • Jacob Jones, Homeland Security
  • Nsundidi Domingos Jorge, Information Technology
  • Fatima Kamara, Early Childhood
  • Zackary Kanaly, Construction Technology: Management
  • Nicole Karabats, Legal Studies
  • Jessilyn Karr, Health Care Management
  • Joseph Kasinge, Individual Studies
  • Michael Kavanagh, Sports Management
  • Trevor Keleher, Criminal Investigation
  • Sabrina Kelleher, Nursing
  • Kristen Kelly, Bachelor of Science in Nursing
  • Allison Kendall, Bachelor of Science in Nursing
  • Jill Kennedy, Bachelor of Science in Nursing
  • Leanne Keogh, Health Care Management
  • Aubrey Kerr, Nursing
  • Chelsea Keyes, Graphic and Multimedia Design
  • Taylor Keyes, Liberal Arts-General Studies
  • Taylor Kiechle, Individual Studies
  • Alexander King, Air Conditioning Maintenance & Repair
  • Chad King, Air Conditioning Maintenance & Repair
  • Kevin Kingsbury, Management
  • Kaileigh Kingsley, Nursing
  • Jessica Kirk, Applied Psychology
  • Andrew Kirsch, Engineering Science
  • Jenna Kiskiel, Criminal Investigation
  • Melissa Klein, Criminal Justice
  • Theresa Knapp, Bachelor of Science in Nursing
  • Vili-Jesper Koivula, Business Administration
  • Brooke Krassowski, Information Technology
  • Justin Kuhlman, Health Care Management
  • Kasey Kulczycki, Management
  • Kimberly Kurdziel, Veterinary Technology
  • Crystal Kurpick, Bachelor of Science in Nursing
  • Steven LaClair, Electrical Engineering Technology
  • Caprice LaDue, Liberal Arts-General Studies
  • Joseph Laffin, Dental Hygiene
  • Megan LaFlesh, Individual Studies
  • Joseph Lalonde, Criminal Justice
  • Lindsey LaMarche, Veterinary Science Technology
  • Austin Lamay, Sports Management
  • Alex Lambiaso, Criminal Investigation
  • Katie Lamica, Criminal Investigation
  • Rachel Lamora, Veterinary Technology
  • Catherine Lancaster, Business Administration
  • Jean-Philippe Langlois, Management
  • Ekaterina Langlois, Physical Therapist Assistant
  • Austin Lanning, Engineering Science
  • Scott Lantz, Emergency Management
  • Marcus Laramay, Industrial Technology Management
  • Zachary LaShomb, Criminal Justice
  • Alexander LaShomb, Funeral Services Administration
  • Diana Latchman, Individual Studies
  • Kaitlyn Lauzon, Practical Nursing
  • Aaron Lavoie, Electrical Engineering Technology
  • Rajae Lawrence, Automotive Technology
  • Cuc Le, Nursing
  • Darren Leblanc, Civil Engineering Technology
  • Morgan Lecuyer, Business Administration
  • Brody LeCuyer, Criminal Justice
  • Kevin LeGare, Sports Management
  • Hailie Lehman, Law Enforcement Leadership
  • Angela Leroy, Liberal Arts-General Studies
  • Samantha Levitz, Legal Studies
  • Brandon Lewis, General Technology
  • Cameran Lince, Veterinary Science Technology
  • Wes Lincoln, Industrial Technology Management
  • Brad Lincoln, Industrial Technology Management
  • Kayla Lipanovich, Dental Hygiene
  • Kiona Loran, Nursing
  • Amanda Lorenzo, Health Care Management
  • Kyle Lorey, Mechanical Engineering Technology
  • Mackenzie Lovely, Practical Nursing
  • Ariel Lussier, Nursing
  • Elizabeth Lynch, Criminal Investigation
  • Amanda Lyndaker, Nursing
  • Shane MacArthur, Mechanical Engineering Technology
  • Jordan Macaulay, Criminal Justice
  • Chelsey MacKay, Criminal Justice
  • Erica Madura, Practical Nursing
  • Brianna Maguet, Criminal Investigation
  • Laura Maguire, Dental Hygiene
  • Alex Magyar II, Computer Information Systems
  • Mason Maitland, Management
  • Joseph Mangione, Management
  • Olivia Manor, Practical Nursing
  • Sean Marciano, Civil & Environmental Engineering Technology
  • Logan Marolf, Sports Management
  • Michelle Marston, Nursing
  • Galeal Martin, Accounting
  • Ashley Martin, Management
  • Ian Martin, Air Conditioning Maintenance & Repair
  • Reanna Martin, Individual Studies
  • Destiny Mason, Business Administration
  • Skyasia Mathews, Management
  • Logan Mathews, Air Conditioning Maintenance & Repair
  • Christine Matias, Criminal Investigation
  • Wilson Matos-Ramos, Business Administration
  • Kyle Matsumoto, Civil & Environmental Engineering Technology
  • Alyssa Matthews, Information Technology
  • Emilee McAdoo, Business Administration
  • Taylor McAdoo, Accounting
  • Mackenzie McBride, Nursing
  • Matthew McCaffrey, Construction Technology: Management
  • Kimberly McCarthy, Criminal Investigation
  • Christina McCarthy, Nursing
  • Nicole McCarthy, Applied Psychology
  • Ryan McDevitt, Electrical Engineering Technology
  • Jacob McDonald, Construction Technology: Management
  • Tammy McDonald, Practical Nursing
  • Rhea McDonald, Health Care Management
  • Jonathan McElroy, Criminal Investigation
  • Damion McFarlane, Criminal Justice
  • Michael McGinn, Homeland Security
  • Josiah McGrath, Heating & Plumbing Service and Individual Studies
  • Tyasia McKeithan, Criminal Justice
  • Mitchell Mclean, Sports Management
  • Melissa McMaster, Physical Therapist Assistant
  • Aine McMorrow, Early Childhood
  • Nicholas Mcneill, Criminal Justice
  • Allison McPherson, Dental Hygiene
  • Shelby Measheaw, Applied Psychology
  • Meghan Meek, Health Care Management
  • Chelsea Meldrum, Liberal Arts-General Studies
  • Maria Melendez, Applied Psychology
  • Nicholas Mellet, Graphic and Multimedia Design
  • Cristian Mendoza, Finance
  • Jesse Merkley, Management
  • Anthony Merrill, Automotive Technology
  • Cheyenne Merry, Criminal Justice
  • Andrea Messon, Criminal Justice
  • Meagan Metott, Individual Studies and Practical Nursing
  • Jasmine Michitsch, Veterinary Service Administration
  • Brianna Mielnicki, Dental Hygiene
  • Jenna Mierisch, Criminal Investigation
  • Joshua Mileham, Business Administration
  • Whitney Miller, Health Care Management
  • Stefanie Miller, Physical Therapist Assistant
  • Allison Miller, Nursing
  • Danielle Miller, Nursing
  • Logan Miller, Criminal Investigation
  • Desteen Millington, Law Enforcement Leadership
  • Chelsea Mock, Practical Nursing
  • Sheniah Mono, Nursing
  • Anfernie Monsanto, Sports Management
  • JoyAnna Montgomery, Nursing
  • Breanna Moore, Criminal Investigation
  • Angelica Moore, Law Enforcement Leadership
  • Jessica Moore, Bachelor of Science in Nursing
  • Yvanne Korine Mopewou, Individual Studies
  • Lindsey Morgan, Physical Therapist Assistant
  • Vincent Moriarty, Individual Studies
  • Andrew Moskal, Individual Studies
  • Natasha Mossow, Business Administration
  • Marieli Mota, Criminal Justice
  • Kathryn Moth, Bachelor of Science in Nursing
  • Hannah Mowry, Veterinary Science Technology
  • Luna Mullen, Funeral Services Administration
  • Amanda Murray, Legal Studies
  • Kasey Murray, Early Childhood
  • Jennifer Murray, Early Childhood
  • Devin Murtagh, Business Administration
  • Devin Myers, Electrical Construction & Maintenance
  • Nicole Neadom, Physical Therapist Assistant
  • Matthew Niles, Electrical Construction & Maintenance
  • Shea Norton, Criminal Justice
  • Shaniqua Norville, Legal Studies
  • Shaynah Novak, Veterinary Technology
  • Aimy Nunez, Veterinary Science Technology
  • Zhamal Nurdin kyzy, Health Care Management
  • Katelynn Nutter, Veterinary Technology
  • Tucker O’Brien, Physical Therapist Assistant
  • Conner O’Brien, Criminal Investigation
  • Bernadette O’Connell, Liberal Arts-General Studies
  • Michaela O’Riley, Veterinary Science Technology
  • Jennifer Ofosu, Bachelor of Science in Nursing
  • Christopher Oley, Automotive Technology
  • Jessica Oliver, Physical Therapist Assistant
  • Bimenyimana Onesime, Information Technology
  • Ashleigh Ormanian, Liberal Arts-General Studies
  • Courtney Orologio, Health Care Management
  • Candace Ouellette, Applied Psychology
  • Kingsley Owusu, Computer Information Systems
  • Jacob Pagnotta, Automotive Technology
  • Matthew Palmer, Health Care Management
  • Xavier Palombo, Automotive Technology
  • Francesco Palumbo, Sports Management
  • Maurizio Paniconi Pagan, Homeland Security
  • Cody Parah, Construction Technology: Management
  • Tianna Parkes, Applied Psychology
  • Kyle Patterson, Automotive Technology
  • Justin Peebles, General Technology
  • Allison Peer, Veterinary Science Technology
  • Tara Perkins, Finance
  • Jaclyn Pernice, Nursing
  • Taylor Perry, Individual Studies
  • Heather Perry, Law Enforcement Leadership
  • Ryan Perry, Mechanical Engineering Technology
  • Adam Peters, Business Administration
  • Robert Peterson, Veterinary Technology
  • Allison Pharoah, Electrical Engineering Technology
  • Sean Phelan, Physical Therapist Assistant
  • Abby Philbrick, Dental Hygiene
  • Travis Phillips, Sports Management
  • Alexis Phillips, Bachelor of Science in Nursing
  • Kayla Phillips, Criminal Justice
  • Allison Phillips, Funeral Services Administration
  • Casey Pickering, Air Conditioning Engineering Technology
  • Nicole Pierce, Dental Hygiene
  • Jonathan Pinckney, Management
  • Leslyann Pinder, Criminal Justice
  • Rianne Pinke, Veterinary Science Technology
  • April Pirie, Bachelor of Science in Nursing
  • Joseph Plant, Homeland Security
  • Logan Pond, Electrical Construction & Maintenance
  • Nicole Pond, Dental Hygiene
  • Nastassia Potter, Liberal Arts-General Studies
  • Thomas Pratt, Homeland Security
  • Lauren Premo, Nursing
  • Austin Proper, Graphic and Multimedia Design
  • Keanna Proulx, Dental Hygiene
  • Desiree Pryce, Graphic and Multimedia Design
  • Jimmi Putman, Sports Management
  • Jessica Quashie, Criminal Investigation
  • Jason Quinones, Mechanical Engineering Technology
  • Carol Raines, Early Childhood
  • Tyler Ralph, Civil & Environmental Engineering Technology
  • Aiisha Ramsay, Health Care Management
  • Bailey Ramsdell, Electrical Construction & Maintenance
  • Hunter Ramsdell, Nursing
  • Andrea Raschig, Legal Studies
  • Jamie Reed, Applied Psychology
  • Virginia Reneau, Health Care Management
  • Lindsey Reynolds, Bachelor of Science in Nursing
  • Lee Anne Rhynders, Bachelor of Science in Nursing
  • Cheryl Richardson, Health Care Management
  • Rashad Richardson, Sports Management
  • Haley Riley, Applied Psychology
  • Chrystian Rincon Gonzalez, Criminal Justice
  • Angela Rios, Veterinary Science Technology
  • Marguerite Ristoff, Bachelor of Science in Nursing
  • Ramon Rivera, Criminal Justice
  • Joseph Robert, Criminal Investigation
  • Peyton Robinson, Criminal Justice
  • Laquan Robinson, Information Technology
  • Tyanna Robinson, Practical Nursing
  • Cory Rolince, Criminal Justice
  • Christina Romanoski, Veterinary Technology
  • Xyna Ronquillo, Veterinary Technology
  • Kayla Rosa, Applied Psychology
  • Dylan Rosen, Finance
  • Megan Royce, Business Administration
  • Brittany Ruff, Veterinary Technology
  • Amanda Rumble, Legal Studies
  • Brandon Rush, Management
  • David Russell, Graphic and Multimedia Design
  • Jason Ryder, Funeral Services Administration
  • Inder Saini, Mechanical Engineering Technology
  • Taylor Saltus, Applied Psychology
  • Nathaniel Sanaker, Automotive Technology
  • Cheryl Sanchez, Legal Studies
  • Steven Sands, Business Administration
  • Aimee Sangiorgi, Veterinary Technology
  • Jordyn Santana, Practical Nursing
  • Gabriel Santana, Liberal Arts-General Studies
  • Randy Santos, Veterinary Science Technology
  • Gennevive Sarfoah, Bachelor of Science in Nursing
  • Sydney Sargent, Nursing
  • Hanna Sauve, Nursing
  • Jeremy Sauve, Powersports Performance & Repair
  • Shawn Savard, Air Conditioning Maintenance & Repair
  • Renee Scaramuzzino, Bachelor of Science in Nursing
  • Travis Schindler, Criminal Investigation
  • Kate Schofield, Health Care Management
  • Samantha Schramp, Civil & Environmental Engineering Technology
  • Ryan Schubert, Criminal Justice
  • Orly Schwartz, Criminal Investigation
  • Grace Schwatz, Dental Hygiene
  • Matthew Scovil, Electrical Construction & Maintenance
  • Kevin Segit, Electrical Engineering Technology
  • Dominique Sermon, Liberal Arts-General Studies
  • John-Hayden Shafer, Automotive Technology
  • Blake Sharlow, Criminal Justice
  • Annie Sharlow, Criminal Investigation
  • Alicia Sharpe, Nursing
  • Chelsea Sharrow, Criminal Justice
  • Emily Shepherd, Individual Studies
  • Joshua Sherman, Applied Psychology
  • John Sherwood, Management
  • Jenea Shoemaker, Sports Management
  • Kelsey Shoen, Individual Studies
  • Allison Shrewsberry, Nursing
  • Kayla Sieburg, Dental Hygiene
  • Alexsandra Silmi, Bachelor of Science in Nursing
  • Sheridan Simmons, Business Administration
  • Troy Simmons, Individual Studies and Air Conditioning Maintenance & Repair
  • Willow Simmons-Nackley, Civil & Environmental Engineering Technology
  • Sherry Simon, Nursing
  • Michael Siptrott, Nursing
  • Renae Sitterly, Finance
  • Brianna Slater, Physical Therapist Assistant
  • Alisha Small, Funeral Services Administration and Business Administration
  • Emily Smith, Bachelor of Science in Nursing
  • Imani Smith, Funeral Services Administration
  • Marcus Smith, Graphic and Multimedia Design
  • Matthew Smith, Graphic and Multimedia Design
  • Ibu Smith, Individual Studies
  • Rebecca Smith, Criminal Investigation
  • Kevin Smith, Engineering Science
  • Chantel Smith, Individual Studies
  • Whitney Smith, Veterinary Technology
  • Matthew Snodgrass, Nursing
  • Sierra Snow, Applied Psychology
  • James Snyder, Electrical Engineering Technology
  • Lindsey Sorrento, Nursing
  • Kelsey Souza, Practical Nursing
  • Joshua Sova, Industrial Technology Management
  • Julianne Sovie, Bachelor of Science in Nursing
  • Hannah Spooner, Early Childhood
  • Shania Sprott, Criminal Investigation
  • Madelyn Staffanson, Veterinary Science Technology
  • Brittany Staltare, Criminal Justice
  • Dana Stapleton, Dental Hygiene
  • Travis Stephenson, Applied Psychology
  • Keanu Sterling, Finance
  • Olivia Stitzer, Bachelor of Science in Nursing
  • Wayne Stokes, Liberal Arts-General Studies
  • Jordan Storrs, Mechanical Engineering Technology
  • Kyleigh Storrs, Criminal Justice
  • Elizabeth Stowe, Health Care Management
  • Kurstin Stowell, Early Childhood
  • Sarah Strakosch, Criminal Investigation
  • Tyler Studer, Mechanical Engineering Technology
  • Steven Suarez, Criminal Investigation
  • Christopher Sullivan, Automotive Technology and Electrical Construction & Maintenance
  • Connor Sullivan, Electrical Engineering Technology
  • Brooke Susac, Nursing
  • Jaime Swart, Veterinary Service Administration
  • Aubree Swart, Air Conditioning Maintenance & Repair
  • Paige Sweet, Veterinary Science Technology
  • Chanelle Sylvester, Applied Psychology
  • Kristen Synakowski, Finance
  • Agnes Tafanika, Practical Nursing
  • Lok Ian Tai, Criminal Justice
  • Makenzie Talbot, Veterinary Science Technology
  • Ashley Tanuis, Health & Fitness Promotion
  • Andrew Tapia, Accounting
  • Shane Tarbell, Engineering Science
  • Cameron Tarbell, Business Administration
  • Jon Tayler, Nursing
  • Christopher Taylor, Emergency Management
  • Kayla Taylor, Criminal Justice
  • Amanda Teal, Criminal Investigation
  • Austin Tellez, Criminal Justice
  • Emily Testo, Dental Hygiene
  • Mouhammed Thiam, Business Administration
  • Ramsey Thomas, Nursing
  • Brian Thomas, Electrical Construction & Maintenance
  • Kahlil Thorpe, Sports Management
  • Kaitlyn Tibbetts, Criminal Investigation
  • Cameron Todd, Computer Information Systems
  • Lindsey Toms, Practical Nursing
  • Caitlin Tracy, Nursing
  • Mackenzie Tresidder, Early Childhood
  • Dominic Triano, Computer Information Systems
  • Margret Troiano, Criminal Investigation
  • Allie Troischt, Criminal Justice
  • Vanessa Trotter, Management
  • Michael Tuper, Mechanical Engineering Technology and Alternative and Renewable Energy Systems
  • Shafaq Usman, Business Administration
  • Taylor VanBrocklin, Criminal Justice
  • Karen VanBrocklin, Applied Psychology
  • Breanna VanValkenburgh, Veterinary Technology
  • Michelle Verplanke, Dental Hygiene
  • Sarah Violette, Veterinary Science Technology
  • Joseph Vocino, Applied Psychology
  • Jamie Vogt, Criminal Justice
  • Ryan Vollmer, Mechanical Engineering Technology
  • Michael Volpe, Criminal Justice
  • Brittany Wadsworth, Veterinary Technology
  • Sharon Wager, Individual Studies
  • Morgan Walker, Business Administration
  • Samuel Walker, Electrical Engineering Technology
  • Robert Wallace, Individual Studies
  • Tyberia Wallace, Criminal Justice
  • Ashley Ward, Bachelor of Science in Nursing
  • Justin Watson, Information Technology
  • Matthew Waugh, Sports Management
  • Hannah Weaver, Dental Hygiene
  • Amanda Welcome, Nursing
  • Kathleen Werner, Physical Therapist Assistant
  • Dejon Wesh, Criminal Justice
  • Dontae Whitehead, Individual Studies
  • Adriana Whitmarsh, Individual Studies
  • Sonia Whitmarsh, Individual Studies
  • Anthoney Whyte, Law Enforcement Leadership
  • Amanda Wilkinson, Information Technology
  • Julia Wilkinson, Bachelor of Science in Nursing
  • Adrian Williams, Sports Management
  • Holly Williams, Early Childhood
  • Amber Williams, Nursing
  • Tara Williams, Funeral Services Administration
  • Madeleine Williams, Dental Hygiene
  • Justine Williamson, Veterinary Science Technology
  • Emily Wilson, Management
  • Frank Wilson, Individual Studies
  • Josiann Wood, Practical Nursing
  • Amanda Woods, Veterinary Technology
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