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SUNY Canton Advances Three Spots in U.S. News Best College Rankings

Monday, September 9th, 2019

SUNY Canton moved up three spots to tie for 23rdposition in “Regional Colleges North” in the U.S. News & World Report’s Best Colleges rankings. The college was previously listed 26thin 2019.

US News Rankings

SUNY Canton also tied for a 13thplace spot on the 2020 “Top Public Schools” ranking category and was similarly tied for 13thamong “Best Colleges for Veterans.” It also picked up a 14thposition in “Best Value Schools” and was ranked 33rdin “Top Performers on Social Mobility.” All of the rankings were established in comparison to similar colleges within the Regional Colleges North division.

“Our strong U.S. News rankings are a point of pride for the entire college community,” said SUNY Canton President Zvi Szafran. “At the heart of our success are the progressive applied academic programs we offer to prepare students for tomorrow’s careers.”

This year’s rankings were released Monday, Sept. 9, and are based on graduation and retention rates, assessment of academic standing, faculty resources, student selectivity, financial resources, graduation rates, alumni giving, and other statistics.

Students walk outside Kennedy Hall

Supporting the move, the college has maintained enrollment goals in the face of a state-wide decline in high school graduates. Additionally, graduation rates and placement rates have increased in the past year. With increased popularity in programs, the college has significantly improved its selectivity while maintaining its mission as an accessible, affordable institution. Friends and alumni donated more than $2 million in the last year, which represents a 67% increase from the previous year. 

SUNY Canton also was ranked within the top 100 in U.S. News and World Report’s Best Online Programs for 2019. The college has 18 fully online majors and about 31 percent of its student population is completely online. 

Much of the college’s recent success is outlined in the online version of the 2018-19 SUNY Canton Annual Report prepared for SUNY Chancellor Kristina M. Johnson.

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 Announces Faculty and Staff Promotions

Wednesday, September 4th, 2019

SUNY Canton recognizes 30 employees who received promotions over the past year. 

“SUNY Canton achieves its excellent reputation because of its phenomenal faculty and staff,” said SUNY Canton President Zvi Szafran. “I join with all of the college’s administration to recognize all of the talent and drive of the personnel who make this such a great place to learn and work.”

President Szafran, Dean Neisser, Patrick LaPierre, Marela Fiacco, and Melissa Lee
President Szafran, Dean of the School of Business Phil Neisser, Professor Patrick LaPierre, Assistant Professor Marela Fiacco, and Associate Professor Melissa Lee

The following individuals received promotions between Sept. 1, 2018 and Aug. 27, 2019: 

  • Anthony A. Ange was promoted to Janitor for the college’s Physical Plant.
  • Christopher T. Bradford was promoted to campus safety specialist in the Environmental, Health and Safety Office. 
  • Elizabeth A. Brown, Ph.D., was promoted to professor in the School of Science, Health and Criminal Justice. Brown oversees the new Center for Criminal Justice, Intelligence and Cybersecurity and won the President’s Meritorious Service Award in 2016. 
  • Matthew J. Burnett was promoted to professor in the Canino School of Engineering Technology. Burnett teaches in the Graphic and Multimedia Design program. 
  • Taylor N. Charles was promoted to Educational Opportunity Program (EOP) Counselor and Advisor. Charles previously worked in the college’s Student Activities, Involvement and Leadership office. 
  • Lucas Craig, Ph.D., was promoted to associate professor in the Canino School of Engineering Technology. Craig teaches Mechanical Engineering Technology. 
  • Michelle Currier, Ph.D., was promoted to instructor in the School of Science Health and Criminal Justice. Currier teaches in the college’s Criminal Justice and Criminal Investigation programs. She was recently recognized by the Open SUNY Center for Online Teaching Excellence for her contributions to distance learning. 
  • Ryan Dean was promoted to janitor for the college’s Physical Plant
  • Amanda L. Deckert was promoted to personnel associate in the college’s Human Resources Office. Deckert is also the Title IX Coordinator. 
Melissa Evans, Molly Mott, Chad Delosh, and President Szafran
Director of Admissions Melissa Evans, Associate Provost/Dean of Academic Support Services and Instructional Technologies Molly Mott, Assistant Director of Admissions Chad Delosh, and President Szafran
  • Chad M. Delosh was promoted to assistant director in the Admissions Office. 
  • Marela M. Fiacco, Ph.D. was promoted to assistant professor in the School of Business and Liberal Arts. Fiacco is curriculum coordinator for the Healthcare Management program and director of the Business Department. She was also recognized by the Open SUNY Center for Online Teaching Excellence for her contributions to distance learning. 
  • Alicia Flynn was promoted to senior staff assistant in the college’s One Hop Shop Student Service Center. 
  • Clifford Harvey was promoted to janitor for the Physical Plant. 
  • John J. Jodice was promoted to full time help desk technician in the Information Services Department. 
  • Kathryn Kennedy was promoted to assistant director of Career Services, part of the team housed in the Ready Center. 
  • Tatsuhito Koya, Ph.D., was promoted to associate professor in the Canino School of Engineering Technology. Koya teaches in the Information Technology program. 
  • Nicholas E. Ladd was promoted to lecturer in the School of Science Health and Criminal Justice. Ladd teaches in the Veterinary Science Technology program.
  • Patrick K. LaPierre, Ph.D., was promoted to professor in the School of Business and Liberal Arts. LaPierre teaches History.  
  • Melissa E. Lee, Ph.D., was promoted to associate professor in the School of Business and Liberal Arts. Lee teaches English courses. 
  • Christina Lesyk was promoted to assistant professor in the School of Business and Liberal Arts. Lesyk teaches in the Applied Psychology program and was recently elected as secretary to the board of directors of the New York State Chapter of the National Association of Social Workers.
  • Jiayuan Lin, Ph.D., was promoted to professor in the Canino School of Engineering Technology. Lin teaches Mathematics. 
  • Kevin M. McAdoo was promoted to lecturer in the Canino School of Engineering Technology. McAdoo teaches Mathematics and has been involved with the Solar Ready Vets program.
Janet Parcell-Mitchell, Elizabeth Brown, and President Szafran
Associate Professor Janet Parcell-Mitchell, Professor Elizabeth Brown, and President Szafran
  • Janet Parcell-Mitchell, D.P.T., was promoted to associate professor in the School of Science, Health and Criminal Justice. Parcell-Mitchell teaches in the Health and Fitness Promotion program. She is the medical provider, specializing in sports medicine and performance, for the U.S. Rhythmic Gymnastics Team and recently traveled to Russia with competitive athletes.
  • Jennifer L. Polniak was promoted to associate counselor in the Personal Counseling Center.
  • Frederick W. Saburro was promoted to lecturer in the Canino School of Engineering Technology. Saburro teaches Mathematics and received the SUNY Chancellor’s Award for Adjunct Teaching in 2016.
  • Paul E. Todd was promoted to lecturer in the Canino School of Engineering Technology. Todd teaches in the HVAC program.
  • Jennifer Whittaker was promoted to senior assistant librarian in the Southworth Library Learning Commons.
  • Cori Wilhelm was promoted to library director in the Southworth Library Learning Commons.
  • Ali S. Zaidi, Ph.D., was promoted to professor in the School of Business and Liberal Arts. Zaidi teaches French and Spanish.

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. 

A New Academic Year Begins at SUNY Canton

Monday, August 26th, 2019

Approximately 1,100 new students began their SUNY Canton education on Thursday, August 22. The college opened with newly renovated buildings and expanded academic offerings for the Fall 2019 semester. 

The college’s new student enrollment is consistent with the previous year, according to the Office of Admissions. Overall enrollment is currently up about 100 students from 2018, with a total of 3,370 students taking classes. Officials indicated there was a slight uptick in the number of returning students. 

Students walking between classes
Students walk between classes at SUNY Canton. The college welcomed approximately 1,100 new students for the Fall 2019 semester.

“We are in the ideal position to provide our students with our high-tech high demand degree programs, all of which lead to great jobs,” said SUNY Canton President Zvi Szafran. “Our residence halls are nearing at capacity, the classrooms are full, and we are ready for another tremendous year. It’s great to see so many new faces and be a part of the tremendous energy surrounding a new semester.”  

The college’s most popular four-year programs this year were the online Healthcare Management program, the signature Criminal Investigation program, the dual degree Nursing program, Veterinary Science Technology, and Management.  Game Design and Development is also a rapidly growing new program, with more than 100 new students. 

Library Learning Commons Expands

The Southworth Library Learning Commons underwent extensive ground-floor renovations over the summer. It reopened with a brand-new combined circulation, reference and tutoring services desk to better serve its patrons. 

“We’ve created a combined single service point which allows students to access nearly everything we offer in one location,” said Library Director Cori Wilhelm. “We’ve revamped the library classroom, and the tutoring center received a complete makeover.” 

Newly renovated Southworth Library services desk
SUNY Canton’s Southworth Library Learning Commons underwent extensive renovations over the summer. Pictured are staff helping patrons at the new circulation, reference and tutoring services desk.

Additional upgrades include energy efficient LED lighting, new furniture and an open floorplan. 

The Library Learning Commons serves as the student-focused center of campus and houses the Information Services department and the Cyber Café. It also has a thriving textbook loan program offering Open Educational Resources. 

Center for Criminal Justice, Intelligence and Cybersecurity

Fall 2019 is the first semester for the college’s new Center for Criminal Justice, Intelligence and Cybersecurity, which combines six degrees into one overall academic organization. The center includes the college’s computer-focused Cybersecurity program and the fully online Emergency Management program to expand its educational scope. Exciting new programs and expanded collaborations with other colleges are also on the horizon.

Several brand-new facilities, including a Criminal Investigation Laboratory, a crime-scene staging room and a $500,000 state-of-the-art Cybersecurity-specific computer classroom in Nevaldine Hall will be completed over the next year. The official home for the center will be in Dana Hall, which is currently under renovation. These enhancements will increase the applied learning opportunities for students by creating real-world laboratories found in professional settings and industry.

By aligning related degree offerings, the center will also be better positioned to expand relationships with state-wide law enforcement and corrections agencies. SUNY Canton is currently home to the St. Lawrence County-David Sullivan Law Enforcement Academy and the brand-new SUNY Canton Corrections Academy, offering students a continuous path from education to career.

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 Names New Vice President for Advancement

Monday, August 19th, 2019

Tracey L. Thompson has been selected to serve as SUNY Canton’s new vice president for advancement.

Tracey Thompson

She will be responsible for leading advancement and alumni affairs activities and personnel, as well as developing fundraising strategies to support the college’s mission. Her appointment began August 12, 2019.

Thompson comes to SUNY Canton from Centenary University in Hackettstown, New Jersey, where she led a fundraising effort in 2018 that nearly doubled the previous year’s total. Prior to that, she served as executive director of Kutztown University’s Foundation and Alumni Relations Office raising $14.4 million over four years.

“Tracey has extensive leadership and fundraising experience in higher education, as well as an excellent record of forming robust business partnerships and building a culture of philanthropy,” said President Zvi Szafran. “We look forward to working with her to further the college’s mission to provide an accessible, affordable, hands-on education.”

Thompson also has extensive experience in nonprofit development and has held senior-level positions with the National Kidney Foundation, Easter Seals, the American Diabetes Association, and the Massachusetts Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children. In addition to her professional experience, she earned a bachelor’s degree in Journalism and Performing Arts from the University of Maine and a master’s degree in Management from Cambridge College.

“I am very excited to be joining the Advancement team at SUNY Canton and working with our students, faculty, staff and volunteers to fulfill the University’s mission and goals,” Thompson said. “I look forward to meeting the amazing alumni, donors and friends whose efforts and generous philanthropy have made such a difference here at SUNY Canton. We will continue to partner on new initiatives that will benefit today’s students as well as future generations.”

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 Dining Services Team Receives College Council Award

Monday, August 5th, 2019

The SUNY Canton College Council has selected the entire staff of the campus’ newly renovated Chaney Dining Center to receive a prestigious award.

Council Chair Ronald M. O’Neill presented the Employee Recognition Award to several   representatives at the annual Recognition Day luncheon in May.

Chairman O'Neill presents the award to Chaney staff
SUNY Canton College Council Chair Ronald M. O’Neill presented the 2019 Employee Recognition Award to representatives of College Association’s Chaney Dining Center staff. Pictured (l to r) are: SUNY Canton President Zvi Szafran, Dining Associate Kira L. Locy, Facilities Associate Robert M. Horton, Catering Associate Nichole M. Fullerton, and O’Neill.

More than 60 full-time College Association employees and several part-time student workers were recognized for their ability to provide outstanding customer service during Chaney Dining Center’s renovation last year.

During the fall 2018 semester, while construction was ongoing, the team operated out of a temporary kitchen and dining room in Dana Hall. During winter recess, they orchestrated a seamless transition back to Chaney to minimize service disruption.

In his nomination letter to the council, College Association Board President and Dean of the Canino School of Engineering Technology Michael J. Newtown said, “I cannot be more grateful for what the entire staff has accomplished in just a few short months. Everyone—from the executive chef to the student workers—went above and beyond what was required to serve our students.”

Chaney staff
Chaney Dining Center staff pose at the 2019 Recognition Day Ceremony.

Other supporters commended the team’s ability to quickly adapt to a new kitchen facility and serving stations. Culinary staff also learned how to operate new equipment, including two brick pizza ovens. Enhanced menu options, including vegan and vegetarian dishes, required the development and refinement of recipes.

According to College Association Director of Dining Services Susan D. Law, the team’s innovative  spirit was an important component during the transition. 

“They created a smoothie bar and waffle station while operating in the temporary space, which were very popular with students,” she said. “It’s those special touches that are most recognized and appreciated.”

The Employee Recognition Award is given annually to members of SUNY Canton’s classified staff, which includes College Association employees. Award winners receive a plaque and gift from the College Council.

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 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
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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 College Foundation Secures Midtown Plaza Purchase Option

Wednesday, June 5th, 2019

A joint venture will allow SUNY Canton to move forward with plans to create an Entrepreneurship Center at the former Jubilee grocery store location in downtown Canton.

Roo Riverwoods, LLC, an affiliate of the Canton College Foundation, has secured a purchase option on the vacant midtown plaza properties currently owned by Garry L. Cohen. The agreement allows the foundation to conduct studies to determine if the properties are suitable for development. During the term of the option, Roo Riverwoods has the exclusive right to purchase Mr. Cohen’s properties or to assign them to a third party.

Midway Plaza aerial map view - 19 Miner Street

The facility would house the college’s Small Business Development Center and would include co-working spaces, private offices for rent, state-of-the-art conference facilities and event space. The Entrepreneurship Center would also include a makerspace with 3D printers and other high-tech tools available for public use. 

Project partners are exploring further funding opportunities that will enable the development of a mixed-use development at the site, which will include both commercial spaces and housing units.

“The Canton College Foundation is thrilled to be able to facilitate this project, and the board was solidly in support of this opportunity,” said Anne M. Sibley, SUNY Canton vice president for advancement, who signed the agreement with Cohen last Friday. “The potential benefits for the Canton community and SUNY Canton are tremendous. We look forward to further collaboration with other partners.”

This process was a collaborative effort between the Foundation, SUNY Canton President Zvi Szafran, Village of Canton Mayor Michael Dalton and Town of Canton Supervisor Mary Ann Ashley. Also involved were representatives from Laker Development NY, LLC, which previously worked with St. Lawrence University to purchase one of its Main Street houses and develop the new Walgreens, and its partner, DEW Ventures, LLC.

“This project will bring new economic vitality and entrepreneurial activity to the heart of downtown,” said Szafran. “We all worked hard to make this a winning situation for everyone in Canton. We look forward to working with the developers and their teams to make this vision a reality.”

The redevelopment venture was included as a potential anchor project in the Village of Canton’s application for the $10 million New York State Downtown Revitalization Initiative. If the Village is selected, a portion of the funding may be devoted to the undertaking. Other funding opportunities will also be pursued. 

“This has been a long-term process and a very cooperative effort,” said Dalton. “The collaboration is going to yield great things for Canton. I thank everyone involved for their creative energy and hard work.”

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.