Haley Keister in SUNY Broome's beverage lab

Serving up success: Haley preps for her career in Hospitality

Haley’s SUNY Broome coursework gave her the edge she needed to land a job in the hospitality industry. Plus, the ability to do much of her coursework online allows her to both work and pursue her education. “I can live my life around my classes and still do well,” she said.

Gloryangeliz Lugo-Vazquez in the Crfiminal Justice classroom

Hero in training: Gloryangeliz leaves her comfort zone and changes her trajectory

“When you go out into the work environment, you need to leave that comfort zone and learn new things,” says Gloryangeliz, a Criminal Justice major. This future police officer has taken every opportunity to expand her horizons, including public speaking, leadership roles and more. Read more about how she decided to embrace challenge and change her trajectory.

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Online course: Study the Psychology of Advertising this Winter Term

Ever wonder why those pesky ads that drove you to Netflix and Hulu now populate every social media site? The Psychology of Advertising course answers some of your questions by helping you deconstruct both the ads and the business rationale behind the strategies to control both your mind and your wallet.

A business plan with charts

Get your start: Take Intro to Business this Winter Term

This overview course of business is great for students trying to figure out whether a career in business is right for them, employees looking to build an understanding of their own organizations, and entrepreneurs trying to start businesses.

Brianna Marible

Spread the word: Brianna hones her skills in marketing and leadership

Brianna learned about SUNY Broome from a neighbor. Now the Marketing major and Student Village RA recommends the college to others. “I got to meet different types of people from all different walks of life,” she said. “The professors were amazing, too, and customer service at the Registrar’s Office and Financial Aid was helpful.”