Public Invited to Meet Presidential Finalists
After launching a national search earlier this year for its next college president, the SUNY Sullivan Board of Trustees announced today that three finalists have been selected whom will each participate in on-campus activities next week. Friday, May 12


Culinary Students Recognized at Parents Night
Friends and family of this year's crop of culinary students were treated to the fruits of the students' labor at a dinner and awards ceremony on Thursday, May 4th in SUNY Sullivan's Grossinger Dining Hall. Friday, May 5


10th Annual Fisher Film Festival Highlights Student Work
Please join us for the 10th Annual Fisher Film Festival: An Exploration of Storytelling, in the Seelig Theater at SUNY Sullivan on Saturday May 6, 2017 from 12:00 – 4:00 pm. Friday, May 5


Health & Wellness Fair
Community members will have an opportunity to learn more about local healthcare organizations, participate in health screenings, and sample products at SUNY Sullivan’s annual Health & Wellness Fair happening Tuesday, May 2 from 10 – 2 pm in the Kaplan Student Union. Monday, May 1


New Documentary to be Screened at Sullivan
Oscar-nominated director Fidel Moreno will be at SUNY Sullivan on Wednesday, April 19th at 6:30 pm for a screening and discussion of "Gathering Our Hearts at Standing Rock". Thursday, April 13


Sullivan Students Receive SUNY Chancellor’s Award
State University of New York Chancellor Nancy L. Zimpher presented 256 SUNY students from across the state with the 2017 Chancellor’s Award for Excellence, including SUNY Sullivan students Sara Espinosa and Daisy O'Bryan. Thursday, April 6


SUNY Sullivan Receives Permit to Research Industrial Hemp
Governor Cuomo Announces Binghamton University and SUNY Sullivan to Join the Industrial Hemp Pilot Program to Research the Crop as an Agricultural Commodity. Wednesday, March 29


SUNY Sullivan Student Receives Spark Award
Each year, Sullivan Renaissance selects one individual who is seen as 'making a difference' in the community and helping germinate volunteerism to receive their 'Spark Award'. This year, the award went to SUNY Sullivan student Iris Fen Gillingham. Tuesday, March 21


Italian Buffet Dinner
The SUNY Sullivan Culinary & Pastry Arts Banquet & Catering Class presents an Italian Buffet Dinner with proceeds benefiting the Sullivan County Veterans Coalition at the Neversink Fire Hall. Tuesday, February 28


SUNY Sullivan Announces Presidential Search
The ideal candidate should have at least 10 years of progressively responsible experience in higher education leadership and/or administration at the community college level. Wednesday, February 22


Catskills VEXU Robotics Tournament Takes Place at Sullivan
On Saturday, February 18th, Kaplan Student Union was full with coaches and team members, volunteers, staff and many more! Monday, February 20


SUNY Sullivan to Host “The Vagina Monologues” to Benefit RISE
SUNY Sullivan will host two performances of “The Vagina Monologues” to raise funds for RISE (Rape Intervention Services and Education) of Sullivan County, on Thursday, February 23 and Friday, February 24 at 8 pm in the Seelig Theater Monday, February 6


Charles Lewis Memorial Composting & Sustainability Scholarship
The Charles W. Lewis Jr. Memorial Scholarship was established by Carl and Patricia Allison in memory of their dedicated, loyal and talented employee who was known for his willingness to help others. 2 scholarships will be awarded (up to $500 each). Applications are due 2/3/2017! Monday, January 30


9th Annual Sullivan County BCANY vs. Cancer Classic
Since its inception the BCANY vs. Cancer Classic has raised nearly $25,000; with $1920 donated to the American Cancer Society and over $22,000 to CRMC. Taking place February 3-4 at SUNY Sulllivan. Monday, January 30


Sullivan Announces Dean’s List and President’s List
SUNY Sullivan is proud to introduce our President’s and Dean’s List students for Fall 2016. Thursday, January 19


Auditions Being Held for Marshall County Line
The SUNY Sullivan Theater Program is proud to announce auditions for MARSHALL COUNTY LINE by SUNY Sullivan professor Gabe Rikard. A new jam-band musical adaptation of William Shakespeare's MEASURE FOR MEASURE. , Wednesday-Friday, January 25-27, from 6-9PM. Wednesday, January 11


On the Spot Acceptance Days
SUNY Sullivan will host a series of "On the Spot" Acceptance Days on campus throughout the month of January. Friday, January 6


Sullivan Students Unveil Short Animated Film
Students in Dr. Cynthia Marcello's Multimedia Graphics class collaborated on this final project; an animated short film. Thursday, December 15


Kyla Given Named NJCAA Player of the Month
A member of SUNY Sullivan's women's basketball team has just been named an NJCAA Region XV Player of the Month! Kyla Givens, a Newburgh Free Academy graduate, is in her second year at Sullivan. Friday, December 9


SUNY Sullivan Student Receives NYS Sheriffs’ Association Scholarship
Sullivan County Sheriff Michael Schiff has announced the recipient of the 2016 New York State Sheriffs’ Association Institute Criminal Justice Scholarship. This year’s scholarship was presented to Arianna Fassetta of Neversink. Thursday, December 1


New Course at Hurleyville’s New Makers’ Lab
SUNY Sullivan announces a sustainability course taking place in the new Hurleyville Makers' Lab, where students will explore special topics in Green Technologies in a hands-on environment. Tuesday, November 8


SUNY Sullivan To Offer Free Financial Aid Workshop November 12
Learn about the types of aid available as well as the financial aid award process at the Statewide SUNY Financial Aid Day being held on campuses across New York! Thursday, October 27


Assassins, Topdog/Underdog
SUNY Sullivan students, faculty, staff and community members will present repertory productions of Assassins by Stephen Sondheim and John Weidman, and Topdog/Underdog by Suzan-Lori Parks, Thursdays through Sundays from November 10-20. Thursday, October 20


SUNY Sullivan Brings Back The Met: Live In HD For 16-17 Season
SUNY Sullivan is pleased to announce the schedule for the new season of The Met: Live in HD series, which kicks off in the Seelig Theater on Saturday, December 10. The Met: Live in HD, is the Metropolitan Opera’s award-winning series of live simulcasts. Wednesday, October 12


SUNY Sullivan Celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month with “Los Valientes”
SUNY Sullivan is celebrating National Hispanic Heritage Month with a performance of "Los Valientes" on Tuesday, October 25 at 7 pm. The event will be held in the college’s Seelig Theater and is free and open to the public. Wednesday, October 5


Recovery Month Recognized at SUNY Sullivan
A number of officials and community leaders gathered at SUNY Sullivan Monday to recognize September as National Recovery Month, seeking to raise awareness about the effects of addiction and the local programs and services available to help individuals battling the disease, as well as their families. Tuesday, September 20


SUNY Appoints John “Jay” Quaintance Interim President of SUNY Sullivan
The SUNY Board of Trustees has approved John "Jay" Quaintance as Interim President of Sullivan County Community College (SUNY Sullivan). Quaintance has been serving as the college’s Officer in Charge since July 28. His appointment is effective for one year or until a permanent president is appointed. Thursday, September 15


Solarize Sullivan
On Wednesday, September​ 14th, SUNY Sullivan is hosting a Solarize Sullivan Workshop in the Student Union, which includes a campus tour of renewable energy systems ranging from solar, to wind, and Geothermal. Following the tour, an information session will take place in the Student Union. Thursday, September 8


Raising the Roof on a “High Tunnel”
On Thursday, September 1st, students in SUNY Sullivan's Green Building Management program joined faculty and staff in completing the construction of a new "High Tunnel". Thursday, September 1


Auditions for Assassins and Topdog/Underdog
The SUNY Sullivan Theater Program is proud to announce auditions for ASSASSINS and TOPDOG/UNDERDOG by Stephen Sondheim/John Weidman and Suzan-Lori Parks, respectively. Thursday, August 25


SUNY Sullivan named Top 10 Best Community College in New York State
SUNY Sullivan has been named one of the top 10 best community colleges in New York State. EDsmart.org, a nationally recognized publisher of college resources and rankings, has named SUNY Sullivan #8 of the 121 two-year colleges in New York. Wednesday, August 24


John Quaintance Appointed Officer in Charge
The SUNY Sullivan Board of Trustees voted on leadership changes affecting both the college’s administration and governance. John “Jay” Quaintance was appointed Officer in Charge, effective July 28. Thursday, July 21


2016 Women Who Make a Difference
The SUNY Sullivan Foundation is proud to announce its 2016 "Women Who Make a Difference" honorees. We hope you will consider attending this wonderful event or supporting it through a sponsorship or ad in the journal! Tuesday, July 5


John J. Bonacic Scholarship for Public Service
The John J. Bonacic Scholarship for Public Service will be awarded to a June 2016 graduate from Sullivan, Orange, Ulster or Delaware counties who demonstrates good character and integrity, and who is planning to attend SUNY Sullivan full time for the 2016-17 academic year. Monday, June 6


Two New TV Spots Released
You may have already seen one or both of these great commercials which recently started airing. Featuring students and alums, they highlight much of what makes SUNY Sullivan great. Thursday, June 2


2016 Commencement Photo Gallery
Check out the dozens of great photographs from the 51st Commencement Ceremony! Tuesday, May 31


Professor Tom Lambert Granted Emeritus Status
During the Thursday, May 19th, meeting of the SUNY Sullivan Board of Trustees, a resolution passed unanimously to grant Professor Tom Lambert Emeritus status. Thursday, May 19


Progress Continues on Hope Farm at SUNY Sullivan
Work on the farm (which will provide local, sustainably-produced food for both SUNY Sullivan's culinary department as well as New Hope Community) has begun with the raising of dozens of 12-foot hemlock posts, which will support the farm's fence. Thursday, May 19


SUNY Sullivan in Federal Project to Expand College Access
Participating students will register as a full-time college student, taking a minimum of 12 credits per semester. Each student’s tuition and fees will be paid through Federal Pell Grants, plus State, local, and institutional aid to assure that students hold no financial responsibility. Wednesday, May 18


Summer Classes Begin July 5
Catch up on credits. Get a jump on the fall semester. Fulfill Gen Ed requirements. Take a 3-credit course for $390 - at $130 per credit that's 33% off in-state tuition! Wednesday, May 11


Students Tout Sullivan County in New Video
Students in Professor Riegal's Entrepreneurship class didn't have to go far to find inspiration for their final project as they put a new face on the "Proud to Be Sullivan" video that their predecessors created. Thursday, May 5


Sullivan to be Represented at NJCAA All-Star Game in Las Vegas this Weekend
Included on the combined Division two and three team playing in the All-Star Game this weekend is SUNY Sullivan's own Naim Thomas, a sophomore from White Plains, New York. Wednesday, April 27


Earth Day Celebrated at SUNY Sullivan
Local 5th graders came to SUNY Sullivan to celebrate Earth Day with campus tours, presentations on sustainability, vendors, animal shows, and more! Wednesday, April 27


President of SUNY Sullivan Resigns
In executive session at the April 21st board meeting, the SUNY Sullivan Board of Trustees accepted Dr. Karin Hilgersom’s letter of resignation as president, effective May 31, 2016. Friday, April 22


Sullivan Athletes Named All-American
Naim Thomas and Kyla Given earned the honor of taking spots on NJCAA's 2015-16 All-American Teams! Monday, April 11


$1000 Scholarship for 2016 Graduates Pursuing Four-Year Degree
Applications are due April 7 for the Eileen Haworth Weil Memorial Scholarship, given annually in memory of a former professor at SUNY Sullivan, a tireless worker for peace and justice. Tuesday, April 5


Sullivan Students Receive 2016 Chancellor’s Award
The award acknowledges students who have best demonstrated the integration of academic excellence with leadership, campus involvement, athletics, community service, creative arts or career achievement. Wednesday, March 16


2015 SHAWC Award-Winning Essay on Heroin Addiction
Derrick Clarke, a student at SUNY Sullivan, wrote the essay, “The True Story of a Liar,” in his Creative Nonfiction class during the spring, 2014 semester. The assignment was to write about an obsession, and Derrick wrote about his struggle with addiction. His essay won the SHAWC (Sullivan Honors Annual Writers’ Competition) award. Thursday, March 10


Political Forum Scheduled for March 16
On Wednesday, March 16, the Division of Social Sciences & Sustainability Studies at SUNY Sullivan will host a panel discussion to examine the issues and candidates involved in the upcoming presidential primaries. Wednesday, March 9


SUNY, CUNY Community College Students Receive 2016 Phi Theta Kappa Awards
Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society CEO Dr. Lynn Tincher-Ladner today presented 77 State University of New York and City University of New York students with the 2016 PTK All-New York Academic Awards at the New York State Museum in Albany. Tuesday, March 8


Student Ambassador Program
Are you a current student in need of volunteer or service hours? Are you looking to build your resume? Are you interested in helping the college’s recruitment process? Come join our Student Ambassador Program! You will gain valuable work experience, and have fun doing it! Monday, March 7


SUNY Sullivan Presents Ragtime, the Musical
SUNY Sullivan’s 'epic' theatre season continues with the presentation of the Tony-Award-winning musical, Ragtime. The show will run Thursdays through Sundays, April 14 through April 24 at the college's Seelig Theater. Thursday, March 3


Women’s Basketball Team Wins Region XV Championship
SUNY Sullivan's Women's Basketball Team is heading to the National Championship for the second time in three years, following a series of dominating performances in this past weekend's Region XV Championship. Monday, February 29


Sullivan Players honored at NJCAA All-Region XV Voting and Seed Meeting
Several players from the men's and women's basketball teams earned high honors, including Men's Player of the Year, awarded to Naim Thomas. Monday, February 22


Sullivan Wrestlers Qualify for Nationals
Following big wins at Rowan College at Gloucester County on Saturday, a pair of Sullivan Wrestlers will soon head to the NJCAA National Wrestling Championships in Iowa, with a third competitor poised to enter as a wild card. Thursday, February 18


Phi Theta Kappa Academic Team Nominees Announced
Miranda Yoli and Sean Cruz have been selected to represent SUNY Sullivan as nominees for the Phi Theta Kappa All-USA Community College Academic Team. Wednesday, February 10


Sullivan Player Named Athlete of the Week
Foday Sankary, a 6-2, Sophomore guard on the SUNY Sullivan Men's Basketball team has been named the Mid-Hudson Conference Athlete of the Week. Sankary, a graduate of Wing’s Academy, led the Generals to three wins last week. Tuesday, February 9


Weekend of High School and College Basketball BCANY Coaches vs. Cancer games
Since its inception the BCANY vs. Cancer Classic has raised over $20,000; with $1920 donated to the American Cancer Society and over $18,000 to CRMC. All proceeds from admission into the game and other donations will be given to the Catskill Regional Medical Center Oncology Unit. Friday, February 5


Charles Lewis Memorial Composting Scholarship
The Charles W. Lewis Jr. Memorial Scholarship was established by Carl and Patricia Allison in memory of their dedicated, loyal and talented employee who was known for his willingness to help others Monday, February 1


SUNY Sullivan Theater Program Announces Auditions
Auditions for the musical based on E.L. Doctorow's novel RAGTIME will be Tuesday-Wednesday, January 26-27, from 6-9PM, at Seelig Theatre. Sunday, January 24


Residential Students from NYC Urged Not to Travel Saturday, January 23rd
For our residential students in the New York City metro area, please do NOT attempt to travel in the inclement weather tomorrow. The Residence Hall will be open on Sunday to receive you once the bad weather has moved out of our region. Friday, January 22


Spring Semester Information
We look forward to welcoming you back to campus. With only a few days left before the start of the semester, you may have some items to put in order... Wednesday, January 20


First Info Session and Campus Tour of 2016
Once a month throughout 2016, the college will host an information session and campus tour, allowing potential students the opportunity to see everything SUNY Sullivan has to offer first hand! Friday, January 8


Art History class offered in Narrowsburg
SUNY Sullivan has entered into an agreement that will bring college-level classes to The Narrowsburg Union (the former Narrowsburg Central School) beginning with the upcoming spring semester. Wednesday, January 6


Sullivan Hits the Airwaves
Time Warner Cable, Direct TV and FIOS customers across the state and throughout the region are seeing a television commercial that showcases students talking about their programs of study and SUNY Sullivan as their college of choice. Sunday, January 3


Cleanthony Early Reported Shot in Overnight Heist
The New York Daily News has reported that Knicks' Forward and SUNY Sullivan alum Cleanthony Early was shot overnight in Queens. Wednesday, December 30


Get a jump on spring this winter
Take a 3-credit course for only $420 – at $130 per credit, that’s 33% off in-state tuition and includes all fees! Discounts for out-of-state students too. Catch up on credits, get a jumpstart on the spring semester, or fulfill Gen Ed requirements. Monday, December 21


Sustainability at Sullivan
Sustainability is at the heart of what we do at SUNY Sullivan. Our commitment to environmental and social responsibility informs everything from our campus operations to our curriculum. Tuesday, December 15


SUNY’s Landmark Policy Helps Ensure Students Graduate On Time with Less Debt
State University of New York Chancellor Nancy L. Zimpher today announced that the university system has achieved the most comprehensive seamless transfer policy in the country. Wednesday, August 26