Bachelor's and master's degrees for residents of the greater Glens Falls region. Located on the campus of SUNY Adirondack in Queensbury, New York, SUNY Plattsburgh’s Branch Campus serves approximately 350 full and part-time students in undergraduate and graduate degree programs, as well as graduate students in a certificate of advanced studies program.
Despite the rain, Queensbury Campus students volunteered this past Saturday at the Reindeer Run 5K in support of the W.A.I.T. house. Also pictured are the famous "Grabbe babies," as they are lovingly known, donning their medals.
SUNY Plattsburgh at Queensbury is closed tomorrow through Friday to celebrate the Thanksgiving holiday and will reopen at 8 a.m. on Monday, Nov. 28. We look forward to spending time with our families and we hope you all have a wonderful break!
When life hands you an unexpected snowstorm, you make a Plattsburgh snowman of course! Shout out to Professor Bremser and her kiddos for this masterpiece.
Did you hear our exciting news?! We're adding a B.S. in computer security fall '23! Register to attend the Nov. 16 info session at: http://bit.ly/3fcJuxs and learn more about the details at: https://sunyacc.edu/news/suny-adirondack-suny-plattsburgh-announce-computer-security-program
SUNY Adirondack, SUNY Plattsburgh announce Computer Security program Colleges' latest articulation agreement centers on ever-growing IT sector QUEENSBURY, New York (Nov. 7, 2022) — SUNY Adirondack and SUNY Plattsburgh are proud to announce their latest articulation agreement at the college’s shared Queensbury campus: a bachelor’s degree program in Computer Secu...
FYI for our criminal justice students:
HAPPENING SOON: The Social Dilemma shows us the dark side of social media from the people that created it. Join us at 7 pm to watch + discuss. https://plattsburgh.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJUlcu2vpzMpEtxJZVfsGYJPxPqKpefdkNfG
Registration for our Digital Age of Vulnerability closes at 3 pm today. Join while you still can➡️ sunyacc.edu/socialmedia-mentalhealth-conf
We tweet, we like, we share — but what are the consequences of our dependence on social media? Silicon Valley insiders expose what’s lurking on the other side of your screen. Join us tomorrow at 7 pm to watch The Social Dilemma + discuss. RSVP at https://plattsburgh.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJUlcu2vpzMpEtxJZVfsGYJPxPqKpefdkNfG
Did you know SUNY Plattsburgh at Queensbury offers bachelor's degree completion programs on the campus of SUNY Adirondack? Come learn about our programs during the open house, Saturday, October 29! You don't have to leave to go far...
Where will you be two weeks from now? If your plans don’t include coming to campus for our Fall Open House, you should change that. 😉
Click the link for a full schedule and a (very brief) registration form. We’ll see you there! https://fal.cn/3sLlK
This Friday 10/21, keynote speaker Dr. Anna Lembke will provide a practical, science-informed approach to addressing compulsive overconsumption of everything from food, to s*x, to video games. Q&A to follow.
Conference Brochure: https://bit.ly/3RiYCqg
Help us spread the word: SUNY Adirondack, Council for Prevention, Inc., Warren County, New York, Office of Mental Health, SUNY Plattsburgh
Big Tech’s promise to keep us connected has given rise to unintended consequences like mental health issues, political polarization, and misinformation that is causing real-world harm to our health and our democracy. Join us 10/20 at 7 pm to watch + discuss. RSVP: https://plattsburgh.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJUlcu2vpzMpEtxJZVfsGYJPxPqKpefdkNfG
The skies might be overcast but nothing can put a damper on the vibrant colors of fall. You don't have to leave to go far.
It's that time of year again for hockey ticket help-out, sponsored by PAC! SUNY Plattsburgh at Queensbury students can exchange five pantry items for a Adirondack Thunder hockey flex pass! Items will be donated to SUNY Adirondack's food pantry.
"Your major is not your destiny," explained Dr. Meg Pearson, new Dean of Arts & Sciences, during her visit with students yesterday afternoon. A major in psychology for instance, doesn't make you an automatic psychologist, rather it opens different doors, the "service options are massive." As an English major, Dr. Pearson has had a multi-faceted career, spending time at the Museum of Modern Art, working in marketing, and now serving as Dean of of the largest division of SUNY Plattsburgh, home to more than 250 faculty and 23 academic departments! Her message to students was uplifting, encouraging students not to be fearful of exploring career options that stem from a strong foundation in psychology and criminal justice.
Did you know September is ? As the cool weather sets in, be sure you're set to receive text alerts of SUNY Adirondack closings or delays by updating your cell phone number in the Plattsburgh Portal. Question? Email [email protected].
Congratulations Cardinals on an exciting first week of the Fall semester! Read about what's new at SUNY Plattsburgh at Queensbury at
Hudson Falls native Rya-Marie Stofa has her sights set on a counseling career. “By completing my bachelors on a campus I’m already familiar with, I will focus on the field of psychology to move forward with my master’s degree after graduation.” Choosing to study at SUNY Plattsburgh at Queensbury because it’s “close to home, easy to afford, and I can work while working towards my degree,” Rya-Marie is “looking forward to the different conferences and internships available” when she begins her studies with us this Fall. When asked whom she’d like to thank for helping her along her academic journey, she credits both her and her boyfriend’s family and closest friends for their support. “Everyone around me has truly helped out to help me get to my goals in life. Admission advisor, Mackenzie Dumas was so helpful and answered any question I had, no matter how small or silly.”
It's hard to do your best when you're not feeling your best. Students now have access to Hudson Headwaters Health Network and Health Foundations' new mobile unit on SUNY Adirondack's campus twice each month.
SUNY Plattsburgh Earns Middle States Commission on Higher Education Re-Accreditation The action followed a campus self-study process that is a critical component of the important designation and a peer-review team virtual visit in April.
Teacher ed, social work programs offer online degree options Aspiring teachers and social workers who wish to earn their degrees from SUNY Plattsburgh without ever stepping foot on campus will soon be able to do just that.
Please pardon our appearance. A great big cardinal refresh is coming soon!
Globally, life has been overwhelming for a few years now, and when your own individual stressors start to pile up, it can be challenging to manage seemingly small tasks. To assist with this, SUNY has implemented a Crisis Text Line.
This free service is available 24/7 and connects you with trained counselors who will help work with you through a crisis or processing day-to-day situations. Please visit the link below to learn more.
New psychology student Amy Czadzeck divulged “my kids are my number one fans about going back to school.” Transferring from Fulton-Montgomery Community College, Amy looks forward to the fall semester ahead: “I hope to feel confident in the direction of career I'm entering and have a strong foundation before moving onto a master's program.” When asked who she would like to thank for helping her on her academic journey, Amy cites “Shawn Czadzeck, my husband and Erica Gauer-Gonzales, my professor at FMCC.”
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Hot off the press! The latest issue of SUNY Plattsburgh's Magazine, highlights compelling cardinal stories, including features on our beloved Queensbury Campus Dean Danna and our upcoming computer security program!
THE LATEST ISSUE OF PLATTSBURGH MAGAZINE IS HERE!
A cardiothoracic surgeon, a Holocaust survivor, a former oceanographer and a broadcast journalism major with wanderlust. Those are among the Cardinals whose compelling stories you'll find in the Spring/Summer '22 Issue of Plattsburgh Magazine, now live on the web.
In this issue, you'll also have an opportunity to:
• Learn about the incredible impact of Dr. Tom Moran '69 G'73 on the campus community.
• Explore several new academic offerings.
• Join Plattsburgh Alumni Board President Joe Tolliver '72 as he reflects on his 50th class anniversary.
• Read about the new state-of-the-art nursing lab.
• Get to know the Athletic Hall of Fame Class of 2021.
Discover these stories and more: bit.ly/PLMSummer22
This just in! We couldn't be more proud to announce our Spring 2022 Dean's List students. Congratulations on your hard work and accomplishment.
Recently the Classroom Academy was awarded the Champions of Change Award. Pictured here Front L-R: Dr. Stephen Danna (SUNY Plattsburgh Branch Campus Dean), Colleen McDonald (Classroom Academy Program Coordinator), Katie Cole (2nd Year Resident), John Rieger (WSWHE BOCES BOE President), Al Marlin (NYSSBA, Deputy Director of Communications). Back L-R
Travis Reynolds (1st year Resident), Emily Hilker (Attending Teacher)
Congratulations to Samantha Palumbo, winner of our cap decorating contest! After graduation, Samantha will remain local and make an impact on future college students by offering tutoring and proctoring services in SUNY Adirondack's Office of Accessibility Services. Samantha
Alright cardinals, it's that time of year again for one of our favorite traditions! Comment below the number of your favorite decorated cap. The graduate with the most number of unique votes will win a diploma cover courtesy of the Plattsburgh Activities Committee, valued at over $150.
Are you or a family member in need of a free COVID-19 test kit? The government is now offering 8 free test kits per household. See link below to get them shipped to your home.
The federal government is now offering an additional 8 free COVID-19 test kits per US household. You can order your free at-home COVID tests here: https://www.covid.gov/tests and they will be shipped to you.
In addition, we continue to have free home tests available at Warren County Municipal Center's DMV and Human Services Building entrances, which can be picked up Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
WEATHER ALERT⚠️: Due to inclement weather SUNY Adirondack will be closing at 4 p.m. today. All SUNY Plattsburgh at Queensbury classes that meet at 4 p.m. and later today are cancelled.
Saturday was an extraordinary day to reunite with SUNY Adirondack in a joint commencement ceremony in celebration of our graduates. https://fb.watch/d2g-Dk8MZv/
Curious to deepen your understanding or add supply chain management to your skillset? Look no further than our summer Turbo Course! Join our upcoming no-cost zoom info session May 16. Pre-register at bit.ly/3yhN28q. Learn more at bit.ly/3DCXsQJ.
We cannot wait to celebrate the accomplishments of our Queensbury Campus graduates in just four days time!
Thanks to all that joined last week's info session! Looking to deepen your understanding or add supply chain management to your skillset? Look no further than our summer Turbo Course! Join our next no-cost zoom info session May 10. Pre-register at bit.ly/3yhN28q. Learn more at bit.ly/3DCXsQJ.
Congratulations to our very own Michael Casey, elected this past Saturday to serve as the new SUNY SA - The State University of New York Student Assembly Vice President. We can't wait to see your capable leadership in action. https://www.sunysa.org/suny-sa-elects-new-officers
SUNY SA Elects Officers | SUNYSA Ally Chun, a sophomore at Binghamton University studying Politics, Philosophy and Law was elected as the President of the State University of New York (SUNY) Student Assembly on Saturday, April 30th at an in-person Conference in Albany of elected student delegates from SUNY's 64 campuses across New....
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