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From the President:

  • Change in Start Time for Sept. 20 Board of Trustees Meeting
    (Carol Murray, President's Office)
    College Community, Please note that, out of respect for the Rosh Hashanah holiday, the Board of Trustees will meet an hour earlier, at 4 p.m. on Wednesday, Sept. 20 at the Newburgh Campus, Tower, 5th floor, Board Room. Carol...

Academic Advising:

  • College Transfer Events: Advisor-in-Residence
    (Anthony Scalia, Academic Advising Office)
    Advisor-In-Residence gives students who plan to transfer from SUNY Orange an opportunity to make an appointment with representatives of various colleges and universities to discuss programs and to plan for transfer. Schools thr...
  • Transfer College Table Visits Set for Both Campuses for Fall 2017
    (Anthony Scalia, Academic Advising Office)
    Throughout the semester, representatives from four-year colleges and universities will be visiting the Middletown and Newburgh campuses to provide students with transfer information and opportunities at their schools. Visits will be from 11 a.m...


  • Apprentice Players to Host "REQUIEM" Sept. 22
    (Terry Sandford, Arts & Communication Department)
    The SUNY Orange Apprentice Players will present the Dykeman/Donovan Theater Lab production of “REQUIEM” for one night only on Sept. 22 at 7:30 p.m. in the William and Helen Richards Theatre at Orange Hall (formerly Orange Hall Theatre) on t...
  • Blueprint for Health Equity Sept. 22
    (Mike Albright, Communications)
    HealthlinkNY Community Network, in cooperation with regional partners including SUNY Orange, is hosting the Blueprint for Health Equity in Orange County from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., Fridfay, Sept. 22 in the Diana Physical Education Center on the Midd...
  • Climate Change in Prehistory Discussion Sept. 21
    (Walter Jahn, Biology)
    SUNY Orange professors Cory Harris, Barry Kass, Larry O’Brien and Walter Jahn will discuss "Climate Change in Prehistory' at 11 a.m., Thursday, Sept. 21 in Room 110 of the Rowley Center for Science and Engineering on the Middletown campus.
  • U.S. Constitution Lectures Planned for Today (Sept. 19) and Sept. 28
    (Dorothy Szefc, Cultural Affairs)
    In continuing with the annual lecture series to celebrate U.S. Constitution Day, scholar Michael B. McCoy, MA, has researched and prepared a new lecture "The Making of a Working People’s Constitution:  An Unfinished Project." He...

General News:

  • Tours of Nursing Simulation Labs Available
    (Jean Halpern, Nursing Department)
    Simulation, the creation of realistic circumstances in order to teach skills and enhance competencies, is rapidly the changing face of education in healthcare. The first ever


  • Student Reps Needed for College Committees
    (Barbara Wortman, Mathematics)
    Student representatives are needed to serve on College committees. Are you interesting in getting more involved on either campus? Student representatives are needed to serve on governance standing committees. These committees meet regularly and...

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