Meg Griswold ’12 found a real “home away from home” in SUNY Plattsburgh. Then she found another one.
“Often, students ask how they could possibly know how to choose the right university at only 18 years old. My answer to that? You will just know. The day I drove five hours to tour SUNY Plattsburgh’s campus was cold and windy, but after my tour, I just knew.” Read more.
For SUNY Plattsburgh student Donald Clermont, the $5,000 The Development Corporation scholarship he received allowed him to stay on track for pre-med studies.
The Albany native, who majors in French with a Quebec studies minor, will graduate in May and hopes to study medicine at McGill University in Montreal. Read more.
The SUNY Plattsburgh Center for Student Involvement facilitates student volunteerism and community service throughout the year. Project HELP, Adopt-a-Friend, National Make-a-Difference Day and the Presidents Gala are just some of the vehicles used to create a positive change on campus and in the community.Read more.
SUNY Plattsburgh lauded 33 faculty and staff members for their service of 20 years or more (in five-year increments) to the college at its annual Longevity Luncheon Dec. 1 in the Cardinal Lounge, Angell College Center. Honorees were feted to lunch with a gift from the college to thank them for their years of dedication to the college. Read more.