Monday, October 12th, the College will be closed

Wednesday, October 14th the College will follow a Monday schedule

Attached you will find multiple flyers from your Student Government Association. Here is all the information: 

The Student Government Association is responsible for advocating for the student’s wants/needs and voicing their concerns at different levels. Today there is an opportunity for you to be a part of that. In order for you to apply to be a senator, you must have a GPA of 2.5 or above, be in good standing with the college, be a full-time student (except for those applying to be a senator of part-time students), Must apply for the senator role of your respective academic school if applicable. The link for the application is below, please do keep in mind that part of this application requires that you record a video to answer questions. By completing that section, you’re consenting to your video being subjected to viewing by the Student Government Body to aid in the recruitment process. The Application will close on October 13, 2020, at 11:59 PM. 


NYPIRG’s Breaking Barriers: Navigating the Ballot event, this coming Monday, October 5th at 5PM. Join NYPIRG and our Keynote Speaker CUNY Law Professor and Voting Rights, Constitutional Law Expert Frank Deale for a deep dive into how to make the most out of your vote in the upcoming 2020 General Elections! Space is limited, so RSVP now to be a part of the discussion.

Here is the link for the RSVP:

Having a virtual semester can be difficult, but no says you have to do it alone. Student Government Association presents a Mental Health Check-in. Come join your SGA Officers and The Counseling Center to talk about what concerns you have this semester and learn about the various resources that are provided for you. 

Take a break for yourself and join us! We can’t wait to see you.

October 8th, 12:45- 2:00 PM

Please Feel Free to contact our VP of Activities & Events with any questions or concerns.

Below you will find information for another interesting event this week .

Do you want to learn how to be more engaged in difficult conversations?

Partnering with LeaderShape, we are hosting a workshop on courageous dialogue to teach students how to be more present and engaging in difficult conversations. Join us on Tuesday, October 6th at 12:30PM via zoom with the information below.

Join Zoom Meeting

Meeting ID: 819 0179 9767

Passcode: 196871