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Dylan followed a non-traditional path to SUNY Broome. Homeschooled before college, he formed his first connections with SUNY Broome professors while preparing to pass a high-school equivalency test. This semester, he not only pursued his interests, but found a future path in psychology.Read More
Kaitlyn chose SUNY Broome for practical reasons: It allows her to stay close to her family and pay for her education without taking out loans or going into debt. What she found was so much more – a direction for her future, newfound confidence and opportunities such as the Leaders of Promise Scholarship.Read More
Kim needs a bachelor’s degree to move ahead in her career. By working with SUNY Broome’s Bachelor Partnership Center, she was able to find an online degree option that works for her and her busy schedule.Read More
Gregory uses Starfish to keep in contact with his professors and connect with resources he needs. Meet Gregory, and learn more about what Starfish can do for you.Read More
Edward left his home country at the age of 16, not knowing English. He went on to graduate college and become an American citizen, and is always eager to offer a helping hand to his peers. Learn more about this inspiring Hornet!Read More
After an unsuccessful first try at college, Karlie returned to SUNY Broome with a new focus — and graduated. She’s now working on her bachelor’s degree in human development through our Bachelor Partnership Center.Read More
In the four years since he graduated high school, Rodney explored multiple majors and three different colleges before finally finding his place at SUNY Broome: Behind the camera. Read more about this future filmmaker.Read More
Sometimes there is one professor who opens your eyes to new possibilities, or a course that stays with you and sets you on the path to your future career. Faith received the guidance and inspiration she needed to plan a future in criminology.Read More
This past year, the Lunch with the Law program has worked to bridge the divide between young men of color and members of the law enforcement community. As with many large events, the logistics can be complex – but Talik Farmer makes sure it runs seamlessly.Read More
Kaitlynn wasn’t successful at her first college and her dream of transferring to Binghamton University seemed to drift out of reach. Coming to SUNY Broome has made a significant difference and her transfer options are back on the table. “The professors here work with me. The advising here is amazing. Everything is so easy,” she said. “The adults genuinely care and want to see the students succeed.”Read More
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